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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 1196

“The Opposition was day dreaming as he would be the President of the country even after January 9,” – Mahinda Rajapaksa

President Rajapaksa said the Opposition was day dreaming as he would be the President of the country even after January 9.

President attends campaign meeting in Polonnaruwa.(Pix By : Sudath Silva)
“The Opposition was day dreaming as he would be the President of the country even after January 9,” – Mahinda Rajapaksa
“The Opposition was day dreaming as he would be the President of the country even after January 9,” – Mahinda Rajapaksa
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Kanagaratnam remains as President Coordinator: Denies vicious press reports

Mr. S. Kanagaratnam continues to remain as the President’s Coordinator for the Mullaitivu district and strongly denies press reports that he has been removed of his prestigious position.

S. Kanagaratnam
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After the 67th Anniversary of Independence, Burma still has no free choice

January 4th is the 67th Anniversary of Burma’s Independence Day which marks the victory of the nation’s independence struggle. President of Burma (Myanmar) Thein Sein has delivered a message to the nation and its people on the occasion of the 67th Anniversary Independence Day.

After the 67th Anniversary of Independence, Burma still has no free choice
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Last Day For Campaigning: President Mahinda will address Four Massive Rallies Today

As the election campaigning concludes by today midnight, President Mahinda Rajapaksa will address final election rallies in Debarawewa, Ambalangoda, Matugama and Kesbewa today.

Last Day For Campaigning: President Mahinda will address Four Massive Rallies Today
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Sex - mighty weapon of man’s destruction

The explosive revelations made by a young American woman, known as Jane Doe 3 in Florida court papers, seem to have the potential to cause significant, irreversible damage to a few well-known figures on both sides of the Atlantic, if they can be substantiated with acceptable facts.

Sex - mighty weapon of man’s destruction
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A 'third Bush' or a 'first woman' in the White House?

This is with reference to the news report ‘Jeb Bush sheds business ties ahead of 2016 run’, which prompts us to think whether we are going to have the third Bush in the White House.

Hilary Clinton - First women to occupy the White House?
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Sri Lankan Presidential election: MR or MS? Benefitting from hindsight

The mood of the country amongst the middle and lower middle class, and sections of the educated professionals and seemingly large numbers amongst very ordinary apolitical persons in the urban sector and less so in the rural sector, appears to be for a regime change.

Sri Lankan Presidential election: MR or MS? Benefitting from hindsight
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President Rajapaksa Urges People of Jaffna to Join Hands to Achieve the Promised Bright Future

President Mahinda Rajapaksa said that our journey has only recently commenced with good results, already seen. “As we look to the future, I see the vast potential and promise of a brighter tomorrow, and I urge you all to join hands with me to achieve it,” he said.

  President  Rajapaksa Urges People of Jaffna to Join Hands to Achieve the Promised Bright Future
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Nuklutoshi condemns IED planting at Mokokchung a ATM

Minister for National Highways and Mechanical Engineering, Nuklutoshi, has strongly condemned the planting of Improvised Explosive Device (IED) in an ATM Booth at Mokokchung town on Friday.

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Kankesanthurai – Jaffna Train Services Inaugurated - Reconnects Last Link To North

Transport Minister Kumara Welgama inaugurated the Jaffna to Kankesanthurai train service with the departure of the Yal Devi train from the KKS railway station at 10.22 a.m yesterday (2nd January).

 Kankesanthurai – Jaffna Train Services Inaugurated - Reconnects Last Link To North
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India lends a helping hand

To help in meeting the needs of people affected and displaced by floods and landslides caused by the incessant rains in Sri Lanka, the High Commission of India handed over relief goods today as humanitarian assistance to the National Disaster Relief Services Centre (NDRSC) of the Ministry of Disaster Management of Sri Lanka.

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