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After the nation sees a new government elected by the people in line with the new constitution, all national people have to participate harmoniously in building a new nation with already-built foundations

NAY PYI TAW, 4 Jan-The following is the translation of the message sent by Chairman of the State Peace and Development Council Senior General Than Shwe on the occasion of the 63rd Anniversary Independence Day (2011).

Esteemed national people,

Today is the 63rd Anniversary Independence Day, a day of historical significance for Myanmar. On this auspicious occasion, I would like to extend my warmest greetings, wishing the entire people every prosperity.

Myanmar people of us are, by nature, not aggressive to others, and willing to lead a peaceful life. However, in late Konbaung Period, our country fell prey to the colonial rule, due to lack of a strong army, and failure to complete the building of a strong army due to various reasons.

It was very inhumane of colonialists that annexed Myanmar through three aggressive wars from 1824 to 1885. In the wars, the people of all national races tried their utmost with the strongest sense of nationalistic vigour to repulse the attacks launched by the colonialists. However, the nation was reduced to a colony, stemming from the great gap of armed power. After occupying Myanmar, colonialists not only oppressed the people to the highest degree, but also implemented varieties of well-prepared schemes to exploit the people. In consequence, the people went through the hell of untold miseries. Doubts and hatred were running high among national races owing to the wedge driven by the colonialists who feared that the people, if they became united, would revolt against them.

Esteemed national people,

In colonial days, the people were in grinding poverty. The colonial education system brought about a class of people who were in favour of living under the colonial rule. However, brilliant, patriotic young people became knowledgeable about political affairs. Peasants and workers staged uprisings against the colonial government to help the nation free itself from the colonial rule, thus inculcating the people with a sense of revolutionary spirit. Becoming convinced that armed revolt was the only way to regain independence, educated, young people established a national army, risking life and limb. In the time of independence struggles, the people had to fall under Fascism which became intolerable. So, the Tatmadaw fought Fascists, in cooperation with the entire people.

After they had driven the Fascists out of the Myanmar soil, colonialists reentered the country. Leaders of Myanmar had to get involved in political campaigns for independence. On the ground of the enmity sowed between national races, national leaders had to hold heart-to-heart discussions with some leaders of national races for all regions of the nation to regain independence simultaneously.

Esteemed national people,

The Union of Myanmar again became an independent, sovereign land on 4 January 1948. So, Independence Day is in its 63rd anniversary this year. It cost greatly for the nation to regain independence and sovereignty. The value of independence and sovereignty is most notice-able only when they are lost. Naturally, the people take independence and sovereignty for granted. It is not strange certain covetous, aggressive countries are anxious to gain political control over a geographically strategic country like Myanmar. Accordingly, all national races are to remain cohesive forever in order for perpetuation of independence and sovereignty. However much an alien says that he is in favour of the interest of Myanmar, it is merely a sugar-coated speech. Indeed, those who love the motherland best are none other than national brethren. If national solidarity is disintegrated, the nation will relapse into alien rule. The onus is, therefore, on the entire people to put in the fore non-disintegration of the Union and non-disintegration of national solidarity.

Esteemed national people,

The Union of Myanmar has passed through many periods. Unlike past multiparty democracy elections, general elections for the practice of multiparty democracy system were held successfully without any electoral violence. This is the pride of the nation and the people.

In its time, the Tatmadaw has improved political, economic and social infrastructures considerably to build the nation into a peaceful, modern one.

Its effort to improve infrastructures in the national interest has gone down to the annals of the history of the nation. That is a fine tradition of the Tatmadaw, which shows benevolent attitude to the people and duty-consciousness. After the nation sees a new government elected by the people in line with the new constitution, all national people have to participate harmoniously in building a new nation with already-built foundations. And with a sense of Union Spirit and patriotic spirit, the entire people have to expedite the tasks for alreadyachieved stability, community peace, security, the rule of law, national unity, development and democratization.

Esteemed national people,

Ensuring perpetuation of the Union is at the forefront of building the Union of Myanmar. Today, some countries, despite their being developed ones, are on the verge of disintegration of the union and civil wars.

The Union of Myanmar is blessed with vast tracts of waters and lands, rich natural resources, temperate climate patterns, food security, and geographically strategic location. So, surely certain countries are desirous of having influence over Myanmar. To break up the Union and national cohesion is the major as well was only way to weaken Myanmar. In order to implement that point, external elements will be likely to organize and mobilize participation of some nationals who lack political awareness to disrupt national development. Therefore, I would like to urge the entire people to guard the nation with political awareness against any forms of disruptions in order that the mother country’s independence and sovereignty will never be under alien influence.

State Peace and Development Council issues notifications to confer religious titles, medals

NAY PYI TAW, 4 Jan-The State Peace and Development Council of the Union of Myanmar issues Notification No (1/2011) to confer religious titles on venerable monks, prominent lecturer monks, meditation lecturer monks, itinerant missionary monks and missionary monks inside and outside the country, and persons who make cash and kind with great generosity for propagation of Buddha Sasana; No (2/2011) to confer hononary titles and medals; No (3/2011) to present Myanmar War Veteran Thingaha Medal; No (4/2011) to confer Good Military Service Title; No (5/2011) to present Good Civil Servant Medal; No (6/2011) to present Good Police Service Medal; No (7/2011) to present Police Service Medal; and No (8/2011) to present Civil Servant Medal and Law and Order Restoration Medal on the 63rd Anniversary Independence Day today.

Marathon, mini marathon events on Independence Day

NAY PYI TAW, 4 Jan - Jointly-organized by Sports and Physical Education Department, Myanmar Sepak Takraw Federation, Myanmar Track and Field Federation and Myanmar Traditional Sports Federation under the supervision of the Ministry of Sports, sports competitions to mark the 63rd Anniversary Independence Day are taking place in Volleyball Ground in Nay Pyi Taw. Interministry Sepak Takraw and Tug of War Competitions are held there starting from 30 Jan. A total of 32 men’s teams are participating in the Sepak Takraw tournament and 26 men’s and 18 women’ teams are in the Tug of War tournament.

On 4 January morning, marathon and mini marathon events will be organized. The prizegiving ceremony will be held after the final matches of Sepak Takraw and Tug of War Competitions.

Foreign Heads of State send felicitations to Senior General Than Shwe

NAY PYI TAW, 4 Jan-The following are messages of felicitations from foreign Heads of State to Senior General Than Shwe, Chairman of the State Peace and Development Council, on the occasion of the 63rd Anniversary Independence Day of the Union of Myanmar.

From Norodom Sihamoni, King of Cambodia Mr Chairman,

It gives me great pleasure to convey warm congratulations of the People of Cambodia and those of my own to Your Excellency, the Government and the people of the Union of Myanmar on the occasion of the 63rd Anniversary of the Independence of Your great country.

May I extend to Your Excellency my best wishes for your personal wellbeing and to the friendly People of Myanmar peace and prosperity.

I am satisfied that the traditional bonds of friendship and cooperation in existing between our two countries will be further enhanced for the benefit of our two Buddhist Peoples.

Please accept, Mr Chairman, the assurances of my highest consideration.

From Ilham Aliyev, President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Dear Mr Chairman,

I convey my sincere congratulations to you and your nation on the occasion of your country’s national holiday-day of Independence.

I am sure that the development and strengthening of the establishing friendly realtions between our countries will develop in accordance with the interests of our nations.

I wish you strong health, good luck in all your endeavours and peace and prosperity to the friendly nation of Myanmar.

From Mahinda Rajapaksa, President of Sri Lanka Excellency,

It is with great pleasure that I convey my felicitations and greetings to Your Excellency, the Government and the People of Myanmar on the occasion of the Independence Day of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar.

The friendly relations existing between our two countries that are traditionally bound by ancient cultural and religious ties will no doubt strengthen and diversify into further areas of mutual interest in the coming years. I wish every success in Myanmar’s effort to build a peaceful and prosperous nation.

Please accept, Excellency, the assurances of my highest consideration and best wishes for your health, happiness and personal well-being.

From Md. Zillur Rahman, President of People’s Republic of Bangladesh Excellency, It gives me immense pleasure in conveying to you and through you, to the people of the Union of Myanmar our warmest greetings and felicitations on the joyous occasion of the Independence Day of the Union of Myanmar.

On this happy occasion, I reiterate my firm conviction that the close relation and friendship existing between our two friendly countries will enable us to achieve the tremendous potentials for further expansion and deepening our relations in various areas of mutual interest. There is need for us to explore new avenues of cooperation. I would like to ensure you of Bangladesh’s full commitment to strengthen our relations in the days ahead for the shared benefit and prosperity of our countries and peoples.

I take this opportunity to convey my warm wishes for Your Excellency’s good health, long life and happiness as well as for the continued peace, progress and prosperity of the friendly people of Myanmar.

Please accept, Excellency, the assurances of my highest consideration.

From The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, King of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia I am pleased to extend to Your Excellency on behalf of the people, Government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and on my own behalf, the best regards and joyful wishes associated with health and happiness and to the friendly people of Myanmar most progress and prosperity on the occasion of the anniversary of the Independence Day.

Accept, Your Excellency, my compliments and considerations.

From His Royal Highness Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Crown Prince, Deputy Premier, Minister for Defense and Aviation and Inspector General, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia I am pleased to extend to Your Excellency on behalf of the people, Government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and on my own behalf, the best regards and joyful wishes associated with health and happiness and to the friendly people of Myanmar most progress and prosperity on the occasion of the anniversary of the Independence Day.

Accept, Your Excellency, my compliments and considerations.

Union of Myanmar
State Peace and Development Council
Notification No. 1/2011
14th Waning of Nadaw, 1372 ME
(4 January 2011)

The State Peace and Development Council of the Union of Myanmar has conferred religious titles on the following Most Venerable Sayadaws, Ganthadhura Pariyatti Lecturer Sayadaws, Vipassanadhura Patipatti Kammathana Instructor Sayadaws, Mobile Dhamma Preachers, national and foreign missionary figures and outstanding donors of the Four Essentials to the Buddha Sasana.

Abhidhaja Maha Rattha Guru Title

1. Dr Bhaddanta Kumarabhivamsa, Bhamo Monastery, Maha Nwesin Ward, Mahaaungmyay Township, Mandalay Region

2. Bhaddanta Aggavamsabhivamsa, Aletaikkyi, Paukmyaing Monastery, Mahaaungmyay Township, Mandalay Region

3. Bhaddanta Viçarindabhivamsa, Maha Wizitayon Monastery, Patkon Pyawbwe Ward, Chanayethazan Township, Mandalay Region

Agga Maha Pandita Title

1. Bhaddanta Çandavarabhivamsa, Kkemathiwun Pariyatti Monastery, Khemathiri Ward, Myitkyina, Kachin State

2. Bhaddanta Suradhaja, Zawtikayon Pali Tekkatho Monastery, Hsandaw Ward, Pyay, Bago Region (West)

3. Bhaddanta Çandobhasabhivamsa, Mingala Thiri Okkyaung, Maha Withoddayon Taikthit, East Daewun Ward, Mahaaungmyay Township, Mandalay Region

4. Bhaddanta Sumanananda, Hsutaungopyay Monastery, Taunglonbyan Ward, Mingala Taungnyunt Township, Yangon Region

5. Bhaddanta Panditabhatikabhivamsa, Phayaphyu Pariyatti Monastery, Ward 10, Pazundaung Township, Yangon Region

6. Bhaddanta Paññajota, Shwehintha Tawya Moastery, Ward 7, Nyaungdon, Ayeyawady Region Title recipient Sayadaws from abroad

7. Most Ven. Ambalangoda Sri Sumangala Mahanayaka Thero, Swarmamali, Maha Vihara Monastery, Thelawala Road, Mount Lavinia Ratmalama, Sri Lanka

8. Bhaddanta Ñaninda, Myanmar Monastery, Budh Gaya, Bihar State, India

9. Ven. Dhammarakkhita Bhikkhu, Buu Long Monastery, Nguyen Xien Road, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

10. Dr Bhaddanta Uttarañana, Birmingham Buddha Vihara Monastery, Lady Wood Ward, Birmingham, England

Dhammakathika Bahujanahitadhara Title

1. Bhaddanta Naradadhaja, Chanaye Yeiktha Monastery, Myothit Ward, Monywa, Sagaing Region

Agga Maha Ganthavaçaka Pandita Title

1. Bhaddanta Nipaka, Yadana Hmankyaungtaik, Shwegun Village, Hlaingbwe Township, Kayin State

2. Bhaddanta Ravatabhivamsa, Pariyatti Saddhammawasi Minkyaung Monastery, Ward 1, Kyain-seikkyi, Kayin State

3. Bhaddanta Paññadipa, Weluwun Taikthit Pali Tekkatho Monastery, Ward 1, Shwebo, Sagaing Region

4. Bhaddanta Puññasettha, Maha Thandayon Monastery, Aungthitsa Ward, Kalay, Sagaing Region

5. Bhaddanta Paññsami, Gawthitayon Pali Tekkatho Monastery, Kanyon Ward, Dawei, Taninthayi Region

6. Bhaddanta Sumangala, Zawtikayon Pali Tekkatho Monastery, Hsandaw Ward, Pyay, Bago Region (West)

7. Bhaddanta Kodañña, Taikkyaung Pali Tekkatho Monastery, Zaygyo South Ward, Gyobingauk, Bago Region (West)

8. Bhaddanta Panditasara, Mingala Thasi Pariyatti Monastery, Ohnmyarsu Ward, Chauk, Magway Region

9. Bhaddanta Nagavamsa, Bandasoe Monastery, Shweyay Building, Kyunlon Okshaung Ward, Chanmyathazi Township, Mandalay Region

10. Bhaddanta Vilasa, Nawama Okkyaung, Maha Nandithaynayama Monastery, Kyunlon Okshaung Ward, Chanmyathazi Township, Mandalay Region

11. Bhaddanta Rajindabhivamsa, Padetha Shwekyaung, Myataung Monastery, Yadana Bonmi West Ward, Mahaaungmyay Township, Mandalay Region

12. Bhaddanta Paññasiri, Pakokku new monastery, Koehsaung Building, Ward 10, Myingyan, Mandalay Region

13. Bhaddanta Khemindaçara, Maha Withoddayama Monastery, Hsugon ward, Kyaukse, Mandalay Region

14. Bhaddanta Ankura, Gangaw Mingala Monastery, Phettan Ward, Mawlamyine, Mon State

15. Bhaddanta Sumannabhivamsa, Saddhamma-jotikayama Monastery, Nankhe Ward, Thaton, Mon State

16. Bhaddanta Viçittasara, Sein Ma Ma Pali Tekkatho Monastery, Phettan Ward, Mawlamyine, Mon State

17. Bhaddanta Vayamasara, Kyaukchaung Pariyatti Monastery, West Ward 7, Thakayta Township, Yangon Region

Maha Ganthavaçaka Pandita Title

1. Bhaddanta Pandita, Sasana Mandaing Pali Monastery, Pangyangon Ward, Bago, Bago Region

2. Bhaddanta Suçitta, Hsuhtupan Pariyatti Shwegyin Monastery, Natmauk Ward, Tamway Township, Yangon Region

Ganthavaçaka Pandita Title

1. Bhaddanta Çandavara, Maha Zawtikayama Pali Tekkatho Monastery, Phonesoe Ward, Monywa, Sagaing Region

2. Bhaddanta Kesava, Maha Ledi Monastery, Ledi Ward, Monywa, Sagaing Region

3. Bhaddanta Indaçariya, Sasana Mandaing Pali Tekkatho Monastery, Pangangon Ward, Bago, Bago Region

4. Bhaddanta Rajinda, Panhlaing Monastery, Panhlanig Ward, Bago, Bago Region

5. Bhaddanta Javana, Okthathiri Monastery, Nandawya Ward, Bago, Bago Region

6. Bhaddanta Janita, Sasana Zawtika Monastery, Myodwingyi Ward, Bago, Bago Region

7. Bhaddanta Sitalaçara, Withoddayon Baranasi Monastery, Nawin Ward, Pyay, Bago Region (West)

8. Bhaddanta Çadobhasa, Ngwetaung Tawya Pariyatti Monastery, Bo Min Yaung Ward, Nay Pyi Taw Tatkon

9. Bhaddanta Sumana, Singapore Monastery, East Hsnide Taik, Pyigyimyethman Ward, Chanayethazan Township, Mandalay Region

10. Bhaddanta Çitrañanalankara, Abbots Training School, Dawnabwa Ward, Aungmyethazan Township, Mandalay Region

11. Bhaddanta Revata, Aungchantha Monastery, Sagu Building, Thiri Hayma West Ward, Chanayethazan Township, Mandalay Region

12. Bhaddanta Çadobhasa, Wandawpyay Monastery, Kyidawgon Ward, Meiktila, Mandalay Region

13. Bhaddanta Kumara, Myaing Marlar Monastery, Maha Wizitayon Pariyatti Monastery, Patkon Pyawbwe Ward, Chanayethazan Township, Mandalay Region

14. Bhaddanta Nandavamsa, Saddhamma Wunthayon Monastery, Nandawgon Ward, Meiktila, Mandalay Region

15. Bhaddanta Kosiyavudha, State Pariyatti Sasana University, Dawnabwa Ward, Aungmyethazan Township, Mandalay Region

16. Bhaddanta Sobhitalankara, Mingala Beikman Monastery, Maha Withoddhayon Taikthit, Daewun East Ward, Mahaaungmyay Towship, Mandalay Region

17. Bhaddanta Vijaya, State Pariyatti Sasana University, Dawnabwa Ward, Aungmyethazan Township, Mandalay Region

18. Bhaddanta Vimalasara, Sasana Weponlla Pali Tekkatho Monastery, Yanmyoaung Ward, Meiktila, Mandalay Region

19. Bhaddanta Sudassana, Maha Bawdi Pariyatti Monastery, Ward 14, Yankin Township, Yangon Region

20. Bhaddanta Janaka, Kyaukkon Tawya Medini Monastery, Yankin Township, Yangon Region

21. Bhaddanta Suçittasami, Five Nikaya Sasana Beikman Monastery, Yankin Township, Yangon Region

22. Bhaddanta Vilasa, Kainggon Pali Tekkatho Monastery, Ward 5, Kayan Township,Yangon Region

23. Bhaddanta Rajinda, Sagaing Monastery, Hninzigon Ward (A), Thingangyun Township, Yangon Region

24. Bhaddanta Paññissara, Nikaya Monastery, Ward 26, Dagon Myothit (South) Township, Yangon Region Nuns

25. Nun Daw Dgammatheri, Yaunggyi U Theravada Buddhist Missionary Nunnery, Mashikahtaung Ward, Phakant, Kachin State

26. Nun Daw Çandamala, Theravada Buddhist Missionary Nunnery, Cinhmwa Ward, Falam, Chin State

27. Nun Daw Sumala, Maha Ledi Dhammethaka Nunnery, Ledi Ward, Monywa, Sagaing Region

28. Nun Daw Tikkhivati, Myawady Nunnery, Chanmyathaya Ward, Pyigyidagun Township, Mandalay Region

Abhidhaja Agga Maha Saddhammajiotika

1. Bhaddanta Kheminda, Phayalayhsu Monastery, Kandawgyi Ward, Sittway, Rakhine State

2. Bhaddanta Çatila, Aungzedi Sasana Beikman Monastery, Sawbwagyigon Ward, Insein Township, Yangon Region

3. Bhaddanta Gunesana, Maha Dhammikayon Pariyatti (Kyaikpi) Monastery, Maha Bawdi Road, Ward 14, Yankin Township, Yangon Region Title recipient Sayadaws from abroad

4. Bhaddanta Gunavamsa, Molan Khamti Monastery, Ledo, Teinchukya District, Assam State, India

Agga Maha Saddhamma Jotikadhaja Title

1. Bhaddanta Obhasa, Aungmingala Monastery, No 1 Monastic Education Primary School, Aungmingal Ward, Hsahmaw, Mogaung Township, Kachin State

2. Bhaddanta Tejaniya, Kawkarak Missionary School, Kawkarak Village, Papun Township, Kayin State

3. Bhaddanta Paññajota, Theravada Buddhist Missionary Central Monastic Education School, Pawmaing Ward, Khamti, Sagaing Region

4. Bhaddanta Uttara, Maha Dhammapala Monastic Education School, Hsinthay Village, Khamti Township, Sagaing Region

5. Bhaddanta Manitasiri, Myoma Monastery, No. 1 Monastic Education School, Myoma Ward, Tamu Township, Sagaing Region

6. Bhaddanta Javana, Kanthaya Theravada Buddhist Missionary Centre, Kanthaya Village, Kangyi Village- tract, Kalay Township, Sagaing Region

7. Bhaddanta Paññavamsa, Zeyabonmi Monastic Education School, Orphanage for National Race Youths, Peinnetaw Ward, Dawei, Taninthayi Region

8. Bhaddanta Paññavamsa, Parahita Monastic Education School, Yangyiaung Monastery, No. 11 Pulontontone Ward, Kawthoung, Taninthayi Region

9. Bhaddanta Sundara, Shwegulay Pagoda Monastery, Kalyani Ward, Bago, Bago Region

10. Bhaddanta Vayama, Kyaynigan Taikok Monastery, Mazin Ward, Bago, Bago Region

11. Bhaddanta Sunanda, Yadanabon Monastery, Monastic Education School, Seinkantlant Village, Minhla Township, Bago Region (West)

12. Bhaddanta Ñanindaçara, Sandayon Monastic Education School, Sandayon Monastery, Hsinsu Ward, Pyay, Bago Region (Region)

13. Bhaddanta Paññavara, Yaytaung Tawya Monastic Education School, Myoma Ward 4, Mudon Township, Mon State

14. Bhaddanta Kelasa, Myazedi Monastery, Muyitgyi Village, Chaungzon Township, Mon State

15. Bhaddanta Kemindasami, Sasananugghaha Monastery, Chaukhtatgyi Phayagyi Monastery, Middle Shwegondaing Ward, Bahan Township, Yangon Region

16. Bhaddanta Kodañña, Chaungwa Monastery, Monastic Education School, Alatchaung Ward, Kyimyindine Township, Yangon Region

17. Bhaddanta Viçittasara, Theravada Buddhist Missionary School, Mongyawng Township, Shan State (East)

18. Bhaddanta Tissa, Parahita Monastic Education School, MyoU Monastery, Theravada Buddhist Missionary Centre, Thatunpyant Road, Ward Market Ward, Pekhon, Shan State

19. Bhaddanta Paññaçakka, Parahita Monastery, Yaysakhan Village, Kyonpyaw, Ayeyawady Region

20. Bhaddanta Pandissa, Parahita Monastic Education Post-Primary School, Maha Withutayama (Uyingyi Monastery), Uyin Road, Ward 1, Kyaunggon, Ayeyawady Region

Title recipient Sayadaws from abroad

21. Most Ven. Nanadhammo Mahathero , Vietnam Buddhist Sangha, Ratanaransi Lang Cat Pagoda, No. 349, Ngo Quyen Street, Vinh Lac Ward, Rach Gia City, Kien-Giang Province, Vietnam

Maha Saddhamma Jotikadhaja Title

1. Bhaddanta Tejavamta, Athawka Monastery, ZathabinVillage (west bank), Hpa-an Township, Kayin State

2. Bhaddanta Kusala, Parahita Okkyaung, Thazi Model Village, Kalay Township, Sagaing Region

3. Bhaddanta Devinda, Mingala Thazi Monastic Education School, Thakkala Model Village, Kawa Township, Bago Region

4. Bhaddanta Khanti, Pariyatti Mamaka Dhammarakkhi Monastery, Thayagon Ward, Kyaungywa Model Village, Ye Township, Mon State

5. Bhaddanta Tejobhasa, Dhammalinkara Monastic Education School, Hngetpyawdaw Village, Kyaikto, Mon State

6. Bhaddanta Vannasami, Maunghnama Theravada Buddhist Missionary Monastery, Maunghnama Village, MraukU Township, Rakhine State

7. Bhaddanta Vinayaçara, Zeyathukha Monastery and Monastic Education Post-Primary School, Kaunghsa Missionary Centre, Myoma Ward 2, Namkham, Muse Township, Shan State (North)

8. Bhaddanta Ukkamsa, Tamoenye Theravada Buddhist Missionary Centre, Waiyanbontha Monastery, Kutkai, Shan State (North)

9. Bhaddanta Vasettha, Shwezedi Tathaung Monastery, Gandamadana Hill, Chinle Village-tract, Laymyethna Township, Ayeyawady Region Title recipient Sayadaws from abroad

10. Most Ven Dr. Thich Thien Tam (Kusalacitta Mahathera ), Pho Minh Pagoda, No. 2, Thien Ho Duong Street, Go Vap Dist, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

11. Bhaddanta Kittima, Sasana Hitakayi Monastery, Sushetwet Village, Rajohtawli Township, Ringamati District, BangladeshNun

12. Nun Daw Kissaratheri, Withahka Nunnery for the Women, Ward 81, Dagon Myothit (Seikkan) Township,Yangon Region Layperson

13. U Win Pe, No. 86, Thittaw Street (Upper), Sawyanpaing East Ward, Ahlon Township, Yangon Region

Saddhamma Jotikadhaja Title

1. Bhaddanta Paññasetha, Theravada Buddhist Missionary Monastery, Myoma Ward, Sawlaw Township, Kachin State

2. Bhaddanta Tejavanta, Bawgali Theravada Buddhist Missionary Monastery, Ward 4, Bawgali, Thandaunggyi Township, Kayin State

3. Bhaddanta Paññobhasa, Monastic Education Post- Primary School, Kawbok Ward, Haka Township, Chin State

4. Bhaddanta Ñanavara, Theravada Buddhist Missionary Monastery, Masheinhlaw Village, Mindat Township, Chin State

5. Bhaddanta Indaka, Dekkhinayama Monastery, Shwepan Village, Myaung Township, Sagaing Region

6. Bhaddanta Paññavamsa, Shwekyaunggyi Monastery, Agama Zawtikayon Monastery, Zay Ward 2, Paungde, Bago Region (West)

7. Bhaddanta Paññinda, Aungmingala 6-storey Monastery, Sagu Taik, Thiri Hayma Ward, Chanayethazan Township, Mandalay Region

8. Bhaddanta Çanda, Theravada Buddhist Missionary Monastery, Sibithaya Village, Sanhnyinwe Villagetract, Buthidaung Township, Rakhine State

9. Bhaddanta Paññasetha, Aungmyethukha Missionary Monastery, Kyaungtaung Missionary Centre, Chaungnet Village, Minbya Township, Rakhine State

10. Bhaddanta Ñanavamsa, Natmauk Arts and Science Youth Development Monastic Education School, Athawady Road, Ward 2, North Okkalapa Township, Yangon Region

11. Bhaddanta Çadima, Theravada Buddhist Missionary Monastery, Shwedaung Missionary Centre, Shwedaung Village, Hopan Village-tract, Mongton Township, Shan State (East)

12. Bhaddanta Çandavara, Taping Theravada Buddhist Missionary Monastery, Taping Village, Kengtung Towship, Shan State (East)

13. Bhaddanta Nandamanju, Pimong Theravada Buddhist Missionary Centre, Kayan Special Region, Pekhon Township, Shan State Title recipient Sayadaws from abroad

14. Bhaddanta Udayabhadda, Viswashanti (Kaba Aye) Monastery, Alokanagar Ward, Kathmandu, Bargmati State, Nepal

15. Bhaddanta Açinna, Thiri Winaya Kinkara Myanmar Monastery, Kandi, Sir Lanka

Agga Maha Kammathanaçariya Title

1. Bhaddanta Ñanobhasa, Thazin Yegyaw Monastery, Athawady Monastery, Ward 2, North Okkalapa Township, Yangon Region Title recipient Sayadaw from abroad

2. Ven. Phra Dhammamangla Jarn, Wat Phradhatu Sri Chomtong Varavihara, Chomtong, Chaing Mai, Thailand

Kammathanaçariya Title

1. Bhaddanta Ñanabala, Saddhammamyinzi Monastery, Paungtale, Pyay Township, Bago Region (West)

2. Bhaddanta Dhammapiya, Taungpaw Yeiktha Monastery, Zayatgyi Village, Minbu (Sagu) Township, Magway Region

3. Bhaddanta Mahinda, Mogok Vipassana Dhamma Yeiktha Branch-29, Upper Ward, Einme Township, Ayeyawady Region

Agga Maha Thiri Thudhamma Manijotadhara Title

1. Dr Kyaw Zaw, No. 146-B, Mandalay-Lashio Road, Ward 4, PyinOoLwin, Mandalay Region

2. U Shwe Hmi, No. 105, Thameinbayan Road, Tamwaygyi A+C Ward, Tamway Township, Yangon Region

3. Dr Than Tun, (Gangaw Shwepyi), No. 3/A, Pyidawaye Yeiktha, Kaba Aye Pagoda Road, Ward

7, Yankin Township, Yangon Region

4. U Soe Thein, No. 206, corner of Thanthuma Street and Sayeebin Street, Ward 23, Thingangyun Township, Yangon Region

Agga Maha Thiri Thudhamma Theingi Title

1. Daw Kyway Kyway, No. 3, Tayoktan Street, Phayagyi Ward, Monywa, Sagaing Region

2. Daw Kyin Thein, No. 49, 27th Street, Ward 3, Pabedan Township, Yangon Region

3. Daw Nwe Nwe Kyi, No. 65, Kyaukseinpat Street, K extension Ward, Yadanakyun Yeiktha, North Okkalapa Township, Yangon Region

4. Thidagu Daw Aye Thein, No. 1, Hlawga Road, 20/ A Ward, Dagon Myothit (South) Township, Yangon Region

Thiri Thudhamma Theingi Title

1. Daw Nilar Shwe, No. 83, Upper Kyimyindine Road, East Zaygyi Ward, Kyimyindine Township, Yangon Region

Thudhamma Manijotadhara Title

1. U Yar Chi, Tayoktan Road, Phayagyi Ward, Monywa, Sagaing Region

2. U Sein Hlaing, Pwesardan Road, Phayagyi Ward, Monywa, Sagaing Region

3 U Kyaw Htay, Ywameiktha Village, YeU Township, Sagaing Region

4. U Yon Sein, No. 385, 82nd Street between 30th and 31st Streets, Aungnan East, Block 581, Chanayethazan Township, Mandalay Region

5. U Maung Thein, No. 46-E, Po Sein Street, Natmauk Ward, Tamway Township, Yangon Region

6. U Than Htay, No, 76, Nilar Street, Region 2, Thukha Chantha Ward, Shwenyaung Ward, Taunggyi Township, Shan State

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1. Daw Than Than Swe, No. 194/12, between 34thx35th and 78thx79th Streets, Kinsanamahi Ward, Shwechitoe West Ward, Chanayethazan Township, Mandalay Region

2. Daw Khin Pyone Yin (a) Ma Nge, No. 144, 34th Street between 80th and 81st Streets, Aungnan East, Block 556, Chanayethazan Township, Mandalay Region

3. Daw Zabei Ko Lay, No. 331, 83rd Street between 31st and 32nd Streets, Aungnan Yeiktha East, Block 572, Chanayethazan Township, Mandalay Region

4. Daw Aye Kyi, No. 46, Maunggalay Street, East Shangon Ward, Daiwunkwin, Mawlamyine, Mon State

5. Daw San San Oo, No. P/14, Myananda Street, Myakantha Park, Ward 5, Hline Township, Yangon Region

6. Daw Lei Lei Aung, No. 44, Panwa Street, Ward 30, Yangonthit, Thuwunna, Bogyoke Ywathit, Thingangyun Township, Yangon Region

7. Daw Pyone Yi, No. 5, Yegeset 11th Street, Ward 5, Myaungmya, Ayeyawady Region

8. Daw San Shin, No. 10, Mahn Ba Khaing Road, Uyin North Ward, Hinthada, Ayeyawady Region

9. Daw Nan Chit Swe, No. 17, Shwewuthmon 1st Street, Pathein, Ayeyawady Region

10. Daw Yi Yi Htay, No. 13, 7th Street, Ward 4, Myaungmya, Ayeyawady Region

By order,
Sd/Thiha Thura Tin Aung Myint Oo
Secretary-1
State Peace and Development Council

Myanmar’s education goal can be achieved only if parents, teachers and students do their bit in national education promotion programmes Secretary-1 attends School Family Day awarding ceremony

NAY PYI TAW, 3 Jan-Chairman of the Myanmar Education Committee Secretary-1 of the State Peace and Development Council Thiha Thura U Tin Aung Myint Oo addressed the awarding ceremony of School Family Day for 2010-2011 academic year at the gymnasium of No (1) Basic Education High School in Zeyathiri Township of Nay Pyi Taw District this afternoon.

Also present on the occasion were Commander of Nay Pyi Taw Command Brig- Gen Maung Maung Aye, ministers, deputy ministers, MEC members, heads of department, social organizations, township education officers for the townships in Nay Pyi Taw District, school heads of basic education schools, school boards of trustees, outstanding students and guests.

The Secretary-1 and members inspected documentary photos on achievements in the higher and basic education sectors, booth on development of basic education sector, booth on handicrafts of students, booth on science, pedagogical aids and media, science practical booth at basic education level, and booth on universities’ research skills. Officials conducted them round the booths.

In his speech, the Secretary-1 said that in the drive for transforming the Union of Myanmar into a peaceful, modern and developed disciplineflourishing nation, strenuous efforts are being made to bring about well-round human resources. In the meantime, national education promotion plans and programmes are well underway to enable the nation to catch up with the international community in science and technology.

The government has been implementing the 30-year National Education Promotion Plan since 2001-2002, and this year, the second five-year plan is in its fifth year.

School Family Day has been celebrated on the 3rd of January for 13 times with the aim of mobilizing participation of parents by presenting outstanding performances, achievements and progress of students in basic education schools concerned.

Regarding the goal, Head of State Senior General Than Shwe gave guidance on improvement of teachers’ skills, upgrading curricula and syllabuses to international level, effective use of pedagogical aids, enforcement of law, rules and regulations, enhancing patriotic spirit and Union Spirit, teaching all curricula and supervision over examination of students’ skills.

In compliance with the guidance of the Head of State, the Ministry of Education is systematically implementing the national education promotion programmes in the higher and basic education sectors. He urged local authorities, social organizations, well-wishers and parents to participate in the tasks to ensure all basic education students around the nation complete basic education, to improve learning skills, and to upgrade school buildings.

The Central Level School Family Day for 2010-2011 academic year has been held since 1 January. He said he was proud that medals, certificates of honour and honorary prizes will be presented to outstanding students and school heads and the students who are granted assistance to continue their education according to the progamme that all schoolage children are enrolled.

M y a n m a r ’ s education goal can be achieved only if parents, teachers and students do their bit in national education promotion programmes. He said he believes if education staff, school heads, teachers, students and their parents, and well-wishers actively participate in school family day celebrations held in respective basic education schools, they can coordinate tasks through discussions to materialize the programmes.

In conclusion, he urged prize-winning students to keep studying hard to become reliable intellectuals and intelligentsia; education staff and teachers, to guide and round students in skills and attitudes; and wellwishers and parents, to join hands with local authorities, education staff and teachers in the programmes.

Minister for Education Dr Chan Nyein reported on education promotion measures taken in 2010-2011 academic year, and presented commemorative gifts to the Secretary-1 and the commander.

The Secretary-1 presented prizes to outstanding matriculation students (integrated science subjects) for 2010- 2011 academic year; the commander, to outstanding matriculation students (integrated arts subjects) for 2010-2011 academic year; and Ministers Dr Chan Nyein, U Htay Oo, U Thaung, Dr Kyaw Myint and U Kyaw Hsan, to outstanding school heads, students, prize-winners of English and Mathematics skills contests at primary and middle school levels.

Ministers U Hla Tun, U Soe Naing, U Thein Zaw, U Nyan Win, Thura U Aye Myint and U Khin Maung Myint and Deputy Minister U Aung Myo Min presented gifts to prizewinning students in Myanmar Mathematics Olympic Contest, Myanmar and International Social Relations Custom Skill Contest, Myanmar ICT Award 2010-Educational Project Competition, international painting contest and international sports games; and prizes and certificates of honour to principals for their outstanding performances in tasks for greening schools compounds and environs, to students selected according to the programme for all school-age children to be able to continue education.

After the ceremony, MEC Chairman Secretary- 1 Thiha Thura U Tin Aung Myint Oo cordially greeted the attendees and outstanding students.

Maj-Gen Tin Ngwe of the Ministry of Defence oversees regional development tasks in Kyauktan

YANGON, 3 Jan - Maj-Gen Tin Ngwe of the Ministry of Defence inspected regional development tasks in Kyauktan Township in Yangon Region this morning.

Accompanied by Chairman of Yangon Region Peace and Development Council Commander of Yangon Command Brig-Gen Tun Than and officials, Maj-Gen Tin Ngwe attended the opening ceremony of new tarred road in Kyauktan held in commemoration of 63rd Anniversary Independence Day.

Maj-Gen Tin Ngwe and party inspected the soft-shell crab production at Crabs’ World Industrial Company Limited.

He also visited Zamanin Dam in Thanlyin Township and inspected supply of drinking water and put fingerlings into the dam.

Rail Transportation Minister inspects Begarat (Pathein)- Hlinethaya (Yangon) railroad construction project

NAY PYI TAW, 3 Jan - Minister for Rail Transportation U Aung Min, accompanied by Deputy Minister U Pe Than, visited Nyaungdon-Hsamalauk- Hlinethaya (Yangon) railroad section construction project of Begarat (Pathein)-Hlinethaya (Yangon) railroad construction project near Shansu village, Nyaungdon Township yesterday morning.

The minister also visited Hinthada-Nyaungdon railroad section and Begarat (Pathein)-Einme railroad section construction projects.

At the briefing halls of each project, the minister heard reports submitted by officials and left necessary instructions. He inspected construction of bridges, underpasses, overpasses and installation of railway tracks.

Myanma Railways’ staff are making strenous efforts for putting Begarat (Pathein)-Einme railroad section of Begarat (Pathein)-Hlinethaya (Yangon) railroad construction project into services as quickly as possible.

Suspect loses head in attempted bomb attack

NAY PYI TAW, 3 Jan- A bomb explosion occurred near the kitchen of the home of a staff member in the compound of the auto exchange of the Myanma Posts and Telecommunications in Ward (1), Kya-in Seikkyi, Kayin State, at about 1.40 am today, blowing off the head of the suspect bomber. The blast caused damage to the left brick wall of the kitchen, six corrugated iron sheets in the roof, a main door and two windows. Found about two feet from the building was the head; and about six feet from the compound, the right foot cut from the man.

An investigation is being made into the case in cooperation with residents. The people have been therefore reminded to inform security officials if they find someone of something suspicious.

Hospitability courses at Santini

YANGON, 3 Jan-Santini International Training Academy conducts international-standard hospitability courses for those who want to start working in hotel industry. Those who have more than one year experience and those who have completed may attend management level course which last four months. The Academy will also open City & Guides-recognized hospitality diploma courses in the last week of February.

For more information, enquire No.170/176, first floor of New Ayeya Hotel (near Aladdin Game Centre), Bo Aung Kyaw Street, Botahtaung Township, Yangon and dial 383739 and 383740.

Lần cập nhật cuối lúc Thứ hai, 02 Tháng 1 2012 14:00
 
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