Dr. Val Thang’s Message To Matu Cako

dr valthangDear Matucako,

Matu cako tanoe kangham Matu hlang rhoek na ram na lungna u muei ka hmuh vaengah ka omngaih tangkik. Boeih na thuem uh, na poek thai uh. Continue reading

The 2012 Nobel Peace Prize Award To European Union

EU leadersOslo: European Union president Herman Van Rompuy, Manuel Barroso, the EC president and Martin Schulz, head of the European Parliament, Continue reading

Europe’s Economic Depressinly Dark Ahead Beyond 2012

A new survey reveals that more than 40 percent of the Europeans are pessimistic about the future outlook of the European Union (EU).

Continue reading

Cover-Up Democracy of Burma

Rangoon, Burma: Myanmar announced on Monday that it is releasing 514 prisoners under a new amnesty that reportedly includes more than 80 political detainees and some foreigners.

Continue reading

Two Years Marriage Contract

Mexico city lawmakers want to help newlyweds avoid the hassle of divorce by giving them an easy exit strategy: temporary marriage licenses.

Continue reading

World’s first “Fat Tax” imposed in Denmark

According to Danish official news, Denmark on Saturday became the first country in the world to impose a fat tax after a week in which consumers hoarded butter, pizza, meat and milk to avoid the immediate effects. “We have had to stock up with tonnes of butter and margarine in order to be able to supply outlets,” Soeren Joergensen of Arla Distribution said.

Continue reading

Exceptional Courage in pursuit of Human Rights

 

 

SYDNEY: According to AFP reports,  WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was Wednesday awarded the SydneyPeace Foundation’s top honour for “exceptional courage in pursuit of human rights”, joining the likes of Nelson Mandela and the Dalai Lama.

Continue reading