According to Superintendent of Police (SP) Mukesh Kumar Bhamo
, Deputy Ranger along with two others were extorting money from others by posing as Maoists.
With regard to Yunnanese immigrants in Burma, the author limits this discussion to those who came from Tengyueh and settled in Bhamo
BEYOND BHAMOThe 20-cabin Kindat will sail every Saturday between Mandalay and Bhamo
, the most northerly navigable point on the Irrawaddy, 1,000 miles from Yangon.
On the eve of Christmas occasion, December 24th saw severe hostilities break out between the Kachin Independence Army (KIA) and government forces in Bhamo
district of southern Kachin state, quoting KIA officials the Kachin News Group reported.
However, in June 2011 the Myanmar forces violated the ceasefire and attacked the Kachin army in Bhamo
. The fighting resumed when the government attempted to take control of the areas that come under the influence of the Kachin Independence Army.
A similar offer is being made by Orient Express company, which is operating an 11-night river cruise to the more northerly Gorges of Bhamo
. The cost for a single cabin is USD4,030 for 11 nights, without airfare.
He joined the Madras Army as a cadet in 1849, beginning a distinguished career, and the British government engaged him to open up an official trade route into China from Bhamo
Amid heavy monsoon downpours, the protests grew stronger each day, spreading across Burma, from Yangon, Sittwe, Mandalay and Sagaing all the way to Myitkyina and Bhamo
in Kachin State.
The attack occurred in Bhamo
(Manmaw) district, which borders China and has recently experienced heavy fighting between Myanmar government forces and KIA insurgents.
The land transport route would link Dehong Dai-Jingpo Autonomous Prefecture in Yunnan to the river ports of Bhamo
and Myitkyina in northern Myanmar, from there on the Irrawaddy River all the way to Yangon (Rangoon).
A report on the expedition to Western Yunnan via Bhamo
. Calcutta, India: Office of the Superintendent of Government Printing.
Rispaud (1966: 218-20), the etymology of the ethnonym Shan is obscured by the fact that the Burmese from awa [??][??] borrowed the toponym kosambi from Indian classical geography (the capital of the kausambi country where the Buddha preached) and gave that name to nine small Yunnanese Shan states in the north and east of Bhamo
; the Burmese would have interpreted kosambi as [ko [integaral] [~.a]" pje] (kui:-hram:-pran), the 'Nine Shan states/chiefdoms', in their language.