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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 922

Subduing Sri Lanka was India’s Main Concern

India since the days of Indra Gandhi was involved in subduing Sri Lanka. But Sri Lanka withstood pressures excerted by India and continues to remain an Independent sovereign state.

 Subduing Sri Lanka was India’s Main Concern
 Subduing Sri Lanka was India’s Main Concern
 Subduing Sri Lanka was India’s Main Concern
 Subduing Sri Lanka was India’s Main Concern
 Subduing Sri Lanka was India’s Main Concern
 Subduing Sri Lanka was India’s Main Concern
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Grant Thornton survey finds global economic optimism highest since 2007, but pessimism persists in Thailand

New research from the Grant Thornton International Business Report (IBR), a survey of more than 3,300 businesses in 45 economies, reveals a “spring surge” in business optimism, with all global regions marching in step, despite a slowing of growth in some emerging economies. The data suggests that the recovery is moving onto a more sustainable footing and, with economic uncertainty declining, the hope is that businesses will renew investment in the coming months to ensure long-term growth.

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Lalin’s Column: BBS contests the high ground

There have been many times in independent SL that criminally insane people have brought ruin and devastation to the people.

Lalin’s Column: BBS contests the high ground
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It Is Time To Control Asthma

This is the sub theme of this year’s (2014) World Asthma Day (WAD), which was first celebrated in 1998 in conjunction with the first World Asthma Meeting in Barcelona. It is an annual event aimed at improving asthma awareness, diagnosis, treatment, and, ultimately, control and is organized by the Global Initiative for Asthma (GINA) on the first Tuesday of May. The main theme of WAD 2014 continues to be 'You Can Control Your Asthma.'

It Is Time To Control Asthma
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Sri Lanka Requests Australian Support For Initiatives Against Terrorists Financing

Sri Lanka requested Australia’s fullest cooperation in combating terrorist financing and other activities in the region directed towards the revival of terrorism in any form, when Professor G.L. Peiris, Minister of External Affairs, met Ms. Julie Bishop, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Australia, for bilateral discussions in the Australian Parliament on Monday( 5th May 2014).

 Sri Lanka Requests Australian Support For Initiatives Against Terrorists Financing
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Be Smart and Get FATucated

Every year a new study is published about what type and how much Fats we should be eating. A lot of these studies also happen to contradict with each other leaving the consumers in a cloud of confusion. Should you head for that butter or the low fat spread? Or for an olive oil spread? The best thing you can do is to educate yourselves about Fats. Become Fatucated and take control over your health into your own sensible hands.

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One T 56 Lethal Weapon with Ammunition Found in Lanka Patuna, Eechchilampattai in Trincomalee

The Sri Lanka Army and the Navy along with the Police have launched an investigation including a search in the general area Eechchilampattai to apprehend suspects in relation to an incident where a T 56 weapon with several rounds of ammunition was found in a bag at Lanka Patuna beach near a Naval detachment.

Brigadier Ruwan Wanigasooriya
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Second Round of Talk Between India & Sri Lanka On Comprehensive Civil Nuclear Cooperation

The second round of talks between India and Sri Lanka on comprehensive civil nuclear cooperation was held on 5-6 May 2014 in Colombo.

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President Rajapaksa condoles with Afghan President over landslide tragedy

President Mahinda Rajapaksa has offered condolences to his Afghan counterpart, President Hamid Karzai over the massive landslide that struck Afghanistan’s northeastern Badakhshan province last Friday (2nd May 2014).

President Rajapaksa condoles with Afghan President over landslide tragedy
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Arjuna Ranatunga Vs Lasith Malinga

If I had written this article prior to T20 World cup this can be considered as an unusual topic. But you can’t predict the game of cricket. And you can’t predict destiny either.Arjuna Ranatunga was our famous world cup wining captain in 1996. Still I can recall how he scored winning runs against MaGrath.

Arjuna Ranatunga Vs Lasith Malinga

Translational Research For The Benefit Of Public Health

Translational research is scientific research that helps to make findings from basic science useful for improving human health and well-being. It is basically a three steps process: (i) doing laboratory research on a medical issue like cause of a medical condition or a specific treatment (ii) studying the efficacy of positive research findings through clinical trials on human volunteers, and (iii) finally making available the findings to the general population in the form of treatment.

Translational Research For The Benefit Of Public Health
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