Myanmar Alin Burmese Newspaper

Burmese Newspaper Myanmar Alin

Burma Alin is a state-run Burmese daily and the longest running newspaper in Myanmar. Burma Alin is a state-run Burmese daily newspaper and the longest running newspaper in Myanmar. Burmese national daily newspaper based in Yangon. Transcarpathia m??

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* History

Burmese Alin (Burmese: ????????????; also known as Myanma Alinn) is a state-run Burmese newspaper and the longest run newspaper in Myanmar. It is the Burmese embassy's main voice in Myanmar. Burmese Myanmar Alin was established in 1914 during the UK colonisation in Yangon as a journal by U Shwe Kyu (Burmese: ??????????).

It was nationalized in 1969 by General Ne Win's army administration and the Myanmar dailies were state-run. All Burmese journals have a front and back cover that is almost all of Burma's newscasts. The majority of local messages come from the Myanmar Revenue Agency (MNA), which reads journals not for the messages, but for advertising and announcement like wedding and obituary.

Burmese free-to-air land-based TV station Myanma Alia: Burma TV.

Political interference and law - Paul Behrens

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This is the first report to concentrate on the vexatious issue of embroiled diplomatically in the internal politics of the host country.

Burma Library > Reading Room > News - Daily papers of the Government of Burma/Myanmar (Archive of June 2003)

At the beginning of 2015, publishing houses put dramatically cut GNLM editions on line, in which many of the color prints were so blurry that they were barely visible. Since some of the initial "Myanmar Alin" data is quite large (more than 10 MB), we have used OCR (Optical Character Recognition) on it.

Since those flattened data may contain fonts or other mistakes, we have also included the initial (and authoritative) data upload. You have three ways to read this newspaper. The OCR'd release, which is generally the main one and ends with at the end of the thread, is a scaled down release, NOT in genuine format, but legible and lasts about 30 seconds to 1min.

Blinks: (2) The Alternate, original-quality Burma Library shortcut is slow to load, but the fonts are crisp. The alternative, pristine release, which does not have a suffixed prefix, includes an extra step because it does not open the file but prompts the user to select the appropriate application. Since some of the initial "The Mirror" ("Kyemon") data is quite large (more than 10MB), we have been reducing it until about 2 years ago with the help of OCRoftware ("Optical Character Recognition").

Since those flattened data may contain fonts or other mistakes, we have also included the initial (and authoritative) data upload. You have three ways to read this newspaper. The OCR'd release, which is generally the main one and ends with at the end of the thread, is a scaled down release, NOT in genuine format, but legible and lasts about 30 seconds to 1min.

Blinks: (2) The Alternate, original-quality Burma Library shortcut is slow to load, but the fonts are crisp. The alternative, pristine release, which does not have a suffixed prefix, includes an extra step because it does not open the file but prompts the user to select the appropriate application. At the moment we just load the originals.

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