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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2340

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Nagaland Government should implement new Anti-Defection Law: Nagaland BJP Chief <br>

By Oken Jeet Sandham - Reporting from Kohima

Despite expressing discontent on the new Anti-Defection Law through the 91st Amendment Act of the Constitution that restricts the size of the Ministry of the Union Government as well as State Governments, the Democratic Alliance of Nagaland (DAN) Government headed by Neiphiu Rio would likely to have no choice but to implement the new Bill within "six months."

United Wa State Army - UWSA <br>

By Myint Thein - Senior Advisor to Burmese Resistance

The Wall Street Journal on March 29, 2002 reported about American reporter Bill Kurtis's visit to the UWSA Headquarters in Burma. I have a videotape of this hour long documentary which was broadcast on A&E Cable Channel in the United States on April 1, 2002.

Large explosion rocks central Baghdad - witnesses<br>

A suspected car bomb exploded outside the main U.S. military and civilian headquarters in Baghdad on Sunday, killing or wounding several people and setting vehicles on fire.

Chandrika discusses Tiger proposals <br>

Sri Lankan President Chandrika Kumaratunga has discussed Tamil Tiger proposals for an Interim Self Governing Authority with legal experts, including an Indian constitutional expert.

Planned Road Link Promises Closer Ties Between Burma-Bangladesh<br>

The planned road link between the two neighbors would bring closer Burma as well as the other countries of the region, said the Bangladesh Prime Minister Khaleda Zia.

Nagaland Government should implement new Anti-Defection Law: Nagaland BJP Chief <br>

By Oken Jeet Sandham - Reporting from Kohima

Despite expressing discontent on the new Anti-Defection Law through the 91st Amendment Act of the Constitution that restricts the size of the Ministry of the Union Government as well as State Governments, the Democratic Alliance of Nagaland (DAN) Government headed by Neiphiu Rio would likely to have no choice but to implement the new Bill within "six months."

President's deal with nationals raise doubts over Sri Lanka peace bid<br>

Sri Lankan President Chandrika Kumaratunga's latest alliance with nationalists could undermine attempts to end the island's ethnic bloodshed.

United Wa State Army - UWSA <br>

By Myint Thein - Senior Advisor to Burmese Resistance

The Wall Street Journal on March 29, 2002 reported about American reporter Bill Kurtis's visit to the UWSA Headquarters in Burma. I have a videotape of this hour long documentary which was broadcast on A&E Cable Channel in the United States on April 1, 2002.

Large explosion rocks central Baghdad - witnesses<br>

A suspected car bomb exploded outside the main U.S. military and civilian headquarters in Baghdad on Sunday, killing or wounding several people and setting vehicles on fire.

Chandrika discusses Tiger proposals <br>

Sri Lankan President Chandrika Kumaratunga has discussed Tamil Tiger proposals for an Interim Self Governing Authority with legal experts, including an Indian constitutional expert.

Planned Road Link Promises Closer Ties Between Burma-Bangladesh<br>

The planned road link between the two neighbors would bring closer Burma as well as the other countries of the region, said the Bangladesh Prime Minister Khaleda Zia.

President's deal with nationals raise doubts over Sri Lanka peace bid<br>

Sri Lankan President Chandrika Kumaratunga's latest alliance with nationalists could undermine attempts to end the island's ethnic bloodshed.


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