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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2786

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Britain's biometric ID cards postponed

Technical problems have delayed the British government's trials for biometric ID cards by three months.

Campaign for final phase polls ends

Campaigning for the May 10 Lok Sabha elections for 39 seats in Tamil Nadu and one seat in Pondicherry and the last phase of elections in 142 seats all over the country came to a close today at 5 p.m.

Jaya ends campaign on anti-Sonia note

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and AIADMK supremo Jayalalithaa today wound up her two-month-long campaign for the Lok Sabha polls by reiterating that only an Indian should become the prime minister and not someone of foreign origin.

Narathiwat: PM greeted by arson, bombs

Unidentified assailants continued a series of attacks in the deep South yesterday as Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, under heavy guard, wrapped up his three-day visit to the area.

German teen confesses to creating Sasser

An 18-year-old German man faces up to five years in prison after he confessed to creating the Sasser Internet worm which infected millions of computers worldwide, according to police.

Fratricidal War – Killing Galore: LTTE in the midst of Confusion over Amparai

Those who takes the gun must die with it – a new adage which suits the present hostility campaign between the Tiger leader Velupillai Prabakaran and his erstwhile Commander Venayagamoorthy Muralitharan, who is popularly known by his nom de guerre Colonel Karuna Amman.

Chechen Attack Wounds President, General

A blast at a packed stadium killed 14 people and wounded Chechnya's Moscow-backed president and commander of Russian forces in the region during annual celebrations on Sunday of Moscow's victory over Nazi Germany.

Putin Says Chechnya's Kadyrov Dead

Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Sunday the Kremlin-backed Chechen President, Akhmad Kadyrov, was killed by the blast at a stadium in Grozny.

Community fears Thai girl may be deported

Federal officials face community opposition over any decision to send a 12-year-old girl living in far north Queensland back to Thailand.