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|By YAN PAI|
|A popular two-digit Burmese lottery based on the Stock Exchange of Thailand Index is the latest casualty of latest week's unrest in Bangkok.|
|By THE IRRAWADDY|
|Irrawaddy correspondent Aye Chan Myate recently spoke with Kyaw Thu about the challenges now facing aid workers trying to bring relief to areas hit by severe water shortages.|
|By CARL HARTMAN|
|A generous dollop of poetic chick lit combines surprisingly well with criticism of Burma's half-century of bloody dictatorship in Canadian Karen Connelly's "Burmese Lessons."|
|By WILLIAM BOOT|
|Indian engineering firm Essar has won a contract to renovate the Burmese port of Sittwe on the Arakan west coast.|
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