Welcome to The Narinjara News website. Following are the terms and conditions that govern your use of this website.
Narinjara News was founded by a group of Arakanese in exile in Bangladesh from Burma in 2001 seeking to voice for the people depriving of human and democratic rights and to pave the way for them who are struggling for those rights. The Narinjara News Group is non- profit and an independent organization.
All information, content, services displayed on, transmitted through or used in connection with The Narinjara News sites, including, but not limited to, news articles, reviews, directories, guides, text, photographs, images, illustrations, audio clips, video, html, source and object code, trademarks, logos and the like, as well as its selection and arrangement, is owned by Narinjara News group. You may use the Content online only, and solely for your personal, non-commercial use. If you operate a Web site and wish to link to any of the sites owned and operated by The Narinjara News, you may do so provided you agree to cease such link upon request from The Narinjara News and that you do not state or imply any sponsorship of your site by The Narinjara News. No other use is permitted without prior written permission of The Narinjara News. The permitted use described in this Paragraph is contingent on your compliance at all times with these Terms of Service.
You may not, for example, republish any portion of the Content on any Internet, Intranet or extranet site or incorporate the Content in any database, compilation, archive or cache. You may not distribute any Content to others, whether or not for payment or other consideration, and you may not modify, copy, frame, cache, reproduce, sell, publish, transmit, display or otherwise use any portion of the Content. You may not scrape or otherwise copy our Content without written permission. You agree not to decompile, reverse engineer or disassemble any software or other products or processes accessible through The Narinjara News, not to insert any code or product or manipulate the content of The Narinjara News in any way that affects the user’s experience, and not to use any data mining, data gathering or extraction method.
Requests to use Content for any purpose other than as permitted in these Terms of Service should be directed to Editor- Publisher of The Narinjara News Group, you may be able to obtain a license to use individual stories that appear on any of The Narinjara News sites through online functionality we have specifically designated. For example, email a story to a friend or purchase a photograph.
New Comment Policy
All commenters must be verified. Verification will require that you enter your correct email address . You may update your profile page now to include that information to confirm your identity and email address. You may continue to use an anonymous name on the website, however, we will require a valid email address and telephone number to post comments to Narinjara News Online.
We encourage fair comment and discussion about stories at Narinjara News Online but will not tolerate comments which are off topic, abusive, obscene, defamatory, vulgar, threatening or which invade privacy; or are libelous – a brief description of libel law is included under the Community journalists subhead below. Offenders will be banned from posting.
A cookie is a small file which asks permission to be placed on your computer’s hard drive. Once you agree, the file is added and the cookie helps analyse web traffic or lets you know when you visit a particular site. Cookies allow web applications to respond to you as an individual. The web application can tailor its operations to your needs, likes and dislikes by gathering and remembering information about your preferences.
Overall, cookies help us provide you with a better website, by enabling us to monitor which pages you find useful and which you do not. A cookie in no way gives us access to your computer or any information about you, other than the data you choose to share with us.
You can choose to accept or decline cookies. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can usually modify your browser setting to decline cookies if you prefer. This may prevent you from taking full advantage of the website.
Affiliated Sites, Linked Sites and Advertisements
The Narinjara News expects its partners, advertisers and third-party affiliates to respect the privacy of our users. However, third parties, including our partners, advertisers, affiliates and other content providers accessible through our site, may have their own privacy and data collection policies and practices. For example, during your visit to our site you may link to, or view as part of a frame on a The Narinjara News page, certain content that is actually created or hosted by a third party. Also, through The Narinjara News you may be introduced to, or be able to access, information, Web sites, advertisements, features, contests or sweepstakes offered by other parties. The Narinjara News is not responsible for the actions or policies of such third parties. You should check the applicable privacy policies of those third parties when providing information on a feature or page operated by a third party.
Please be careful and responsible whenever you are online. Should you choose to voluntarily disclose Personally Identifiable Information on our site, such as in message boards, chat areas or in advertising or notices you post, that information can be viewed publicly and can be collected and used by third parties without our knowledge and may result in unsolicited messages from other individuals or third parties. Such activities are beyond the control of The Narinjara News and this policy.
Today on 18 July, 2012, President U Thein Sein held a meeting with representatives from Ten Parties of the Democratic
Madae Island located in Kyaukpru Township of Arakan State is a crucial location on the Shwe Gas pipeline project.
Sittwe: Dr. Aye Maung, Chairman of the Rakhine Nationalities Development Party, says the Burmese government should avoid colonial-style exploitation of
The current Thein Sein government is working to include Burma’s ancient cities in the World Heritage List of UNESCO (United
The management of successive Burmese governments in recent decades could easily be rated as poor. The country has been under