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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 1500

Al- Qaida to be banned in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka Government yesterday presented the regulation under the United Nations Act, to locally ratify the ban on Al- Qaida or Taliban as a global terrorist outfit.

Al- Qaida operatives
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Diplomatic Reception: 67th Independence Day of Sri Lanka

The Permanent Mission of Sri Lanka to the United Nations in New York hosted a well-attended reception for the diplomatic community and senior UN staff at its chancery premises on 4th February to celebrate Sri Lanka’s 67th commemoration of Independence.

Ambassador of U.S.A. , Samantha Powers
Ambassador of the United Kingdom
Ambassador of Turkey
Ambassador of Malaysia
Ambassador of the Observer State of Palestine
300 + Crowd
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TR Zeliang won “Confidence Motion” with 59 legislators favoring his Motion

Nagaland Chief Minister TR Zeliang has won the “Confidence Motion” moved by him today on the Floor of Nagaland Legislative Assembly. 59 legislators in the House of 60 voted in favor of DAN Government headed by TR Zeliang and with this development the month-long political impasse that started early last month came to an end.

TR Zeliang won “Confidence Motion” with 59 legislators favoring his Motion
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South Asian Peace linked with Kashmir

Since 1948, the inhabitants of scenic piece of land “Kashmir” are locking toward international human rights organizations and member states of United Nation (UN) to intervene and help them in living with peace and free of fear in their motherland as mentioned in UN Resolutions 48-49 and Simla Agreement 1972.

 South Asian Peace linked with Kashmir
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Tissa Attanayake allowed participating in Parliament sittings

Colombo Fort Magistrate Thilina Gamage today directed prison authorities to make arrangements for former minister Tissa Attanayake to participate in parliamentary sessions.

Tissa Attanayake
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US Expressed Willingness To Work With Sri Lanka

The United States looks forward to partnering with the Sri Lankan people to address the challenges and help Sri Lanka realize its true potential said U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs Nisha Biswal.

Nisha Biswa
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Don’t run away from your responsibility!

Bush, Blair and their allies invaded Iraq because of "weapons of mass destruction" which were never found.

Don’t run away from your responsibility!
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Today: Sri Lanka's 67th Independence Day

All arrangement are made to celebrate 67th Independence Day; Sri Lanka’s colorful moment of pride and dignity, recalls the freedom from colonizers.

Today: Sri Lanka's   67th Independence Day
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The celebration of freedom is the time to pay our tribute to the security forces – President Maithri

The celebration of freedom is the time to pay our tribute to the security forces that defended our sovereignty and territorial integrity with great sacrifice in the battle against terrorism.

Religious Ceremony precedes the National Independence Celebrations
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Real factors behind SL’s independence

Before 1939 the British were in no great hurry to grant self-rule to their colonies, despite all the heroic freedom struggles, notably in India, and the campaigns for constitutional reforms in countries like Sri Lanka. It fact British leaders like Winston Churchill wanted to keep forever the empire on which “the sun would never set.”

Real factors behind SL’s independence
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Opposition to bring ‘No Confidence Motion’ against Minister John Amaratunga

Leader of the Opposition Nimal Siripala de Silva told Parliament yesterday that he would be moving a ‘No Confidence Motion’ against Minister of Public Order, Disaster Management and Christian Affairs John Amaratunga.

John Amaratunga - Minister of Public Order, Disaster Management and Christian Affairs
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