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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2399

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<b>Fowzie lambast Anura </b>


Colombo: “Who is this Anura? What right he has to accuse me of breaching party discipline? Who is he to say that I am breaking the party?” asked Fowzie, a senior member of the main opposition Sri Lanka Freedom Party, in a statement that, breathed fire.

<b>Opening A-5 Road, a Right move towards Peace</b>

Guna Kajanath, Our Correspondent reports from Chenkalady, July 15: Karikalan and Tennakoon told the media:” This is another step to give the people what they yearn for, in the year for- PEACE.” at the ceremony held for the opening of the A-5 Highway. I was in the group of media persons, who traveled this morning with the convoy of vehicles, the 32 kilometers between Chenkalady and Periya Pullumalai, marking the opening of yet another strategic road, shut down for public use due to the country’s ethnic strife.

<b> Father a Policeman, killed his own child injecting poison.

Our Colombo Correspondent

It was alleged in the Magistrate Court, that, a policeman killed his one and a half year old son, by injecting poison, to avoid paying maintenance for his child, police revealed.

<b>Five Top Reasons Why God Created Eve</b>


God Created Adam, but he was not satisfied with him, as he was so boring and lazy and this led to the creation of Eve.

<b>Security forces insist Norwegian-led monitors continue monitoring</b>

The Island

The security forces yesterday insisted that the Norwegian led Sri Lanka Monitoring Mission continues its ceasefire monitoring activities in the sea despite the incident on Saturday.

<b>Torture Survivors To Get Around $7.8 Million in Grant</b>

GENEVA, 15 July United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights(UNHCHR) Mary Robinson has approved, on behalf of the Secretary-General, grants amounting to around $7.8 million to organizations supporting survivors of torture.