TNLA

AcronymDefinition
TNLATexas Nursery and Landscape Association
TNLATamil Nadu Liberation Army (militant group; India)
TNLATennessee Nursery and Landscape Association
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Joint forces belonging to the Ta'ang National Liberation Army (TNLA), the Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army (MNDAA) and the Arakan Army (AA) claimed responsibility for coordinated attacks on five military-controlled locations on Thursday in Mandalay and Nawng Khio in Shan State on Thursday morning.
It is doable by June 2019 for the National Legislature (TNLA & Council of State) to ratify the shelved Bill of Transitional Constitutional of the Republic of South Sudan (2019), which was presented to the Incumbent TGoNU Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs in January 2019 by the National Constitutional Amendment Committee (NCAC) after incorporating the supreme R-ARCSS provisions into the main law of the land.
The casualties in Man Name Aum village came in the early hours of Thursday morning, according to Major Tar Aik Kyaw, a member of the ethnic armed group's information unit who often acts as a TNLA spokesperson.
Further complicating the situation is the significant differences that exist amongst the non-signatories; both the TNLA and Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army are proposing to resign from non-signatory alliance, the UNFC.
Fighting between the TNLA and government troops intensified in the northern part of Shan State in 2013 and 2014: There were more than 100 clashes from January to June this year, leaving nearly 200 dead.
Estill received this award because he exemplified the TNLA's ideas of innovation, service and highly ethical behavior in professional and personal endeavors.
The Restoration Council of Shan State (RCSS) and the Ta'ang National Liberation Army (TNLA) clashed in Nawng Khio on Thursday evening, following TNLA attacks on transportation infrastructure and tollgates in the region.
TNLA said that they had to strike these targets in self-defence as the Tatmadaw (government military) launched massive assaults in their controlled areas.
The deal also provides for formation of a Five Hundred and fifty (550) member Transitional National Legislative Assembly (TNLA) to be shared among the parties: Incumbent TGoNU: three hundred and thirty two (332) members; SPLM/A-IO: one hundred and twenty eight (128) members; SSOA: fifty (50) members; OPP: thirty (30) members; FDs: ten (10) members.
The office of Burma's commander-in-chief on Friday made a statement alleging that two ethnic armed groups - the KIA and the Ta'ang National Liberation Army (TNLA) - were responsible for the attack.
National ceasefire became hollow when the latest negotiations broke down because the three ethnic national armies were not considered as citizens of Burma (not to mention the Rohingyas) -the Ta'ang National Liberation Army (TNLA) of the Palaung people, Arakan Army (AA) of the Arakanese or Rakhine people and the Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army (MNDAA) of the Kokang people who taught the Tatmadaw how to fight by giving a good bloody nose.