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Chris Valentino, Abroad says,
By chris valentino
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Abroad, Nov. 4. Myanmar was part of the South Asia Region... but since the last GC it is part of the East Asia - Oceania Region. Technically, administratively and officially it is part of the East Asia- Oceania Region... so then...

Should BIS India continue to host the News / anything else whatsoever from Myanmar... and on the other hand should not BIS India also be able to include any which whatsoever item from the LKC - Sri Lankan Province???

Strangely though... there is hardly any news item that comes in from LKC or for that matter even any other resource, speak up, etc... But as part of the South Asia Region LKC ought to be included and MYM needs to be phased out... it is long overdue...  but only inevitable...

Views, opinions welcome...


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