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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 914

Bahrain’s Prime Minister Hosts Luncheon in Honor of President Rajapaksa

Bahrain’s Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa hosted a luncheon in honor of President Mahinda Rajapaksa this afternoon at the Ritz-Carlton.

President Mahinda Rajapaksa and Bahrain’s Prime Minister  Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa are seen here in conversation prior to a luncheon hosted by the Prime Minister for the President and his delegation.(Pix By : Sudath Silva)
The high-level visits and meetings, including the meeting between President Rajapaksa and the Prime Minister, are expected to further improve already friendly relations between the two nations.
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Minister of External Affairs Prof. G. L. Peiris, Minister of Industry and Commerce Mr. Rishad Bathiudeen, Minister of Foreign Employment Promotion and Welfare Mr. Dilan Perera, Deputy Minister of Labor and Labor Relations Mr. Sarath Weerasekara, Secretary to the President Mr. Lalith Weeratunga, Provincial Council Member Mr. Nauzer Fowzi and Sri Lanka's Ambassador to Bahrain Mr. Anura Rajakaruna accompanied the President.
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U.S. Embassy Launches Photography Contest to Mark Press Freedom Day

The U.S. Embassy is conducting a photography contest from April 28-May 9 to mark World Press Freedom Day 2014.

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Astrological Forecast - India Parliamentary Elections

Prediction by astrologer cum numerologist of Chennai Mr. K. V. Gopalkrishnan...who is known for predicting election results...every year.......

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MPTs are innovative strategies to transform women's health

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including HIV, are known to be primarily transmitted through sexual route which has created a major impact on sexual and reproductive health worldwide.

MPTs are innovative strategies to transform women's health
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Assam-Nagaland Interim Border Agreement should be scrapped

One of the most humiliating chapters in the history of Nagaland since Statehood would be, perhaps, its inability to conduct elections on its own soil at Ladaigrah under Longlen District, bordering Assam, due to Assam Police’s deliberate threat and refusal to vacate a Nagaland school building wherein the polling was supposed to take place.

Assam-Nagaland Interim Border Agreement should be scrapped
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President Rajapaksa Leaves for Bahrain

President Mahinda Rajapaksa left for Bahrain this morning on a two-day state visit.

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INTERPOL issues Red Notice on Nediyavan

INTERPOL has issued a Red Notice for the arrest of Perinpanayagam Sivaparan, alias Nediyavan, who is believed to be the leader of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) organization in Norway.

INTERPOL issues Red Notice on Nediyavan
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Is Burma not in the Asian Pivot?

President Obama trip to to Japan, South Korea, Malaysia and the Philippines holds much symbolic value for the US strategy of refocusing on Asia, even though few people in the region expect much tangible change in any of the key areas of concern.

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Sri Lanka President leaves for Bahrain today

President Mahinda Rajapaksa will be leaving on a three day official visit for Bahrain today, on an invitation extended by the Government of Bahrain.

Sri Lanka President leaves for Bahrain today
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Popes John XXIII, John Paul II declared saints of Catholic Church

Pope Francis on Sunday proclaimed John Paul II and John XXIII the Catholic Church's newest saints at a festive ceremony joined by hundreds of thousands of pilgrims for two pontiffs who helped shape 20th-century history.

Popes John XXIII, John Paul II declared saints of Catholic Church
Popes John XXIII, John Paul II declared saints of Catholic Church
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India gets new Chief Justice

Justice Rajendra Mal Lodha, the senior most judge of the Supreme Court, was today (April 27) sworn in as the 41st Chief Justice of India (CJI) by President Pranab Mukherjee.

India gets new Chief Justice
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Australia Probes Claims By Migrants

A team of Australian officials had arrived in Sri Lanka earlier to investigate claims made by illegal migrants that they could not live freely in Sri Lanka and cited this reason for them illegally migrating to Australia. The Australian team, upon conducting investigations, had revealed that they found no basis for these claims and that the real reason for them migrating illegally was not due to political reasons but for economic betterment.

Australia Probes Claims By Migrants
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