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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2525

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Indian parties told not to use Godhra probe findings for poll campaign

From M Rama Rao & D P Kamat in New Delhi

India’s poll body, Election Commission, has warned political parties against using exploiting religious and minority sentiments in the campaign for next months assembly elections in three states – Bihar, Jharkhand and Haryana.

Freedom Speech by President Bush

By Myint Thein - Senior Advisor to the Burmese Resistance.

President Bush pledged to support and encouraged citizens of oppressed societies to rise against their leaders.

TN police file chargesheet against Kanchi Seer

From M Rama Rao reporting for Asian Tribune from New Delhi

The Tamil Nadu police Friday filed a chargesheet against the Kanchi Seer in the Sankararaman murder case.

Visiting Norwegian Ministers to have a crucial meeting with Prabakaran today. Is he really alive?

Norwegian Foreign Minister Jan Peterson and his delegation are expected to visit the ruined town of Mullaithievu today to see for themselves the tragic devastation to the coastal areas caused by tsunami.

What is LTTE up to? Enter Balasingham in the arena.

Anton Balasingham and his Australian born wife Adele Balasingham arrived yesterday morning from London and were immediately ferried to Kilinochchi by the Air force helicopter.

Richard Armitage to attend Sri Lanka Donor Conference

Daya Gamage – USA Reports to Asian Tribune

The outgoing US Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage will be visiting on 26th January to Brussels for consultations with fellow donor co-chairs of the Tokyo Conference on Reconstruction and Development of Sri Lanka.