Flood affects 8000 people in Kalaymyo

Kalay flood

 

A report said that there are about 8000 people affected by the flood in Kalaymyo, Sagaing region, Myanmar because of heavy rain from last month.  As per the record of Kalaymyo Relief group, the most affected areas are Nyainepinta, Aungmingala, Mingalayin, Aungmiman and Aungthisa villages, and 7708 people in other 30 villages were also displaced to safety area.

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Zomi Democracy party selects candidates for 2015 polls

ZCD

 

The Zomi Democracy Party (ZCD) selected its candidates for the ensuing 2015 general election in Myanmar on November 8. The selection was made in the third week of July at Tidim town, Chin state. “It is the final selection to nominate candidates as Member of Parliament. It is the stage of township level nomination list and then the election wining committee will select them within this month,” said Anthony Kap Khan Khual, a spokesperson of ZCD.

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