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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2400

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LTTE leaders living outside Sri Lanka would participate in the inaugural session at Bangkok

The Tamil Tigers said on Wednesday that, they will send a four-member delegation to Bangkok, to the inaugural meeting of the historic peace talks with the government of Sri Lanka, next month.

Officers and men missing in action in North-East exceed 3,300

Sanjeevi Jayasuriya - The Island

Gnana Balagalle, Chairperson of the Army Seva Vanita Sanvidhanaya on Tuesday (27) placed the number of officers and men missing in action in the North-East over 3,300.

Moragoda discuss Hanuman Bridge with Pant


Colombo, August 28 Sri Lanka’s Economic Reforms minister Milinda Moragoda today discussed with K. C. Pant, India’s Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission, the construction of Hanuman Bridge to link Sri Lanka and Tamil Nadu.

Tamil Congress reverses faith vote decision


Colombo, 29: All Ceylon Tamil Congress (ACTC) which earlier decided to abstain during today’s confidence vote of the government, had decided to fall in line with the other Tamil parties, its leader A. Vinayagamoorthy said.

Answers Received at the examination in a Driving School

REAL answers received on exams given by the California
Department of Transportation's driving school.

President skips the cabinet meeting


Colombo August 28: President Chandrika Kumaratunga, skipped this evening cabinet meeting throwing government’s plan to present the 18th Amendment that strips the President of her power to dissolve parliament into disarray.The government decided to strike back by giving her an ultimatum to agree to the constitutional amendment before Tuesday.

ACTC MP denies vehicle handed over to LTTE

Ayesha Zuhair - Daily Mirror

All Ceylon Tamil Cingress Parliamentarian A. Vinayagamoorthy yesterday vehemently denied allegations that the luxury vehicle which was given to him was handed over to the LTTE leader in the Wanni recently.

Off the Beat: Matara Bakers Return to Jaffna

From our Jaffna Correspondent

Matara bakers who fled Jaffna in the early eighties have begun to return. They have put up temporary sheds near the now unused Jaffna railway station and are baking and supplying restaurants and hotels with traditional Sinhala short eats like kavun, kokis and sweetened cereal preparations.

Johannesburg Summit Calls For Restoration of Fisheries by 2015.

Johannesburg, South Africa, 28 August:A provision calling for restoration of depleted fisheries not later than 2015 was agreed to by negotiators at the World Summit on Sustainable Development yesterday.