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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2557

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Muslims challenge Centre's decision to open Bhojshala

A group of Muslims have filed a writ petition in the Madhya Pradesh High Court here challenging the order of the Centre and the state government opening the controversial Bhoshala shrine.

Man stabbed on Bangkok-Sydney flight

Thai man was stabbed in the neck by another passenger on a Thai Airways flight from Bangkok to Sydney early Wednesday, Australian Federal Police said.

LTTE provincial leaders under orders to eliminate govt. intelligence operatives

by Kalinga Weerakkody

The LTTE military wing leader in the east Karuna Amman alias ‘Karuna’ at a meeting held at their Kokkadicholai camp recently with their provincial leaders in the area had instructed them to eliminate all government intelligence operatives and report back to him.

Killing of elected politicians by LTTE absolutely unacceptable — Solheim

by Bandula Jayasekera in Oslo, Norway

Norwegian Special Adviser and Ambassador Erik Solheim said killing of democratically elected politicians by the LTTE was absolutely unacceptable and a violation of the ceasefire agreement.

Tibetans Lost in Chinese Legal System, Activist Released - But Others Still Held

The recent release of a Tibetan
activist is welcome, but Chinese authorities should stop secret
trials of other Tibetans, Human Rights Watch said today. Tserang
Dondrup was released on July 11 after a year in custody, but
little is known about the conditions of his detention or release.


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