People disappointed with Thantlang-Lunglei road construction

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Local people in Thantlang township are disappointed with the construction of the road between Thantlang and Lunglei by Alpha-Omeca company as the road is not 24 feet wide and it cannot be completed in time.

The Hakha post said that although the Union of Myanmar government had announced that the road has to be 24 feet wide and 34 feet wide on the corners and is to be completed by March 2014, the road is only 20 feet wide, 24 feet in the corners.

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First meeting of Chin Women’s Network in Hakha

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The Chin Women’s Network held its first meeting between 15 and 17 April in Hakha, capital of Chin state relating to issues of women and poverty, women and peace, rights, and environment protection.

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