Skip to Content

Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2403

Monthly archive

Manmohan Singh says India’s pluralism is a rejection of civilisational clash theory

From M Rama Rao - Reporting from New Delhi for Asian Tribune

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said Sunday that India’s experience as a multi-religious, multi-cultural and multi-ethnic democracy is a living rejection of the theory of clash of civilisations. He went on to say India is ‘a living example of enduring confluence of civilisations’.

Pak-Australia to boost economic ties

Iqbal Hussain – Asian Tribune

Pakistan and Australia have discussed measures to increase economic cooperation and investment in copper mining and coal industries.

Naga ultras in Delhi for talks, Shivraj Patil on quick visit to Tripura, Mizoram

By DP Kamat in New Delhi

Isak Chisi Swu and T Muviah, are now here in Delhi at the head of a delegation of their National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN – Isak- Muviah faction) for talks with the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his aides to set the ball rolling formally for a political dialogue to resolve the five decades old Naga imbroglio.

Flexibility, courage must for Kashmir solution: Pak PM

Iqbal Hussain - Asian Tribune

Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz has said that Pakistan and India will have to demonstrate flexibility and courage to resolve their disputes.

Will the voters of Bihar be allowed to have their choice?

From R C Rajamani - Political Editor, Asian Tribune

The question raised in the title perhaps typifies the tragedy of the Indian masses, who are supposed to enjoy freedom, liberty and democracy. Freedom and liberty are meant only for the elite, the politically, socially and economically influential classes in states such as Bihar.

“The unity must bear a guarantee for the future of the entire Karen people” - Saw Ba Thin Sein

“This is the age of democracy; the world no longer accepts the system of military dictatorship. There also is no support for it, declared Saw Ba Thin Sein, President of the Karen National Union on the occasion of the of the 56th Anniversary of Karen Revolution, which falls today.

Pak-India talks making no progress: Kasuri

Iqbal Hussain – Asian Tribune

Pakistan Foreign Minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri has said no significant progress has been made in the Paki-India talks so far, and underscored the need taking serious measures for making the process result-oriented.

Sex pheromone spray boosts senior romance

Older women sometimes complain of being "invisible" to men. But now
a study with a natural pheromone suggests the sex appeal of
post-menopausal women could be dramatically increased. Older women wearing perfume mixed with the pheromone reported a significant increase in petting, kissing and affection with their partners
compared with women wearing a placebo scent.

Manmohan Singh says India’s pluralism is a rejection of civilisational clash theory

From M Rama Rao - Reporting from New Delhi for Asian Tribune

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said Sunday that India’s experience as a multi-religious, multi-cultural and multi-ethnic democracy is a living rejection of the theory of clash of civilisations. He went on to say India is ‘a living example of enduring confluence of civilisations’.

Judicial custody of key accused Appu in the Sankararaman murder case extended

The Judicial custody of a key accused in the sensational Sankararaman murder case that has been slapped on Kanchi Seer on November 11 has been extended till Feb 10. Appu alias Krishnasamy will be in judicial remand till Feb 10, Kanchi Judicial Magistrate court ordered today.

Pak-Australia to boost economic ties

Iqbal Hussain – Asian Tribune

Pakistan and Australia have discussed measures to increase economic cooperation and investment in copper mining and coal industries.

Naga ultras in Delhi for talks, Shivraj Patil on quick visit to Tripura, Mizoram

By DP Kamat in New Delhi

Isak Chisi Swu and T Muviah, are now here in Delhi at the head of a delegation of their National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN – Isak- Muviah faction) for talks with the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his aides to set the ball rolling formally for a political dialogue to resolve the five decades old Naga imbroglio.

Flexibility, courage must for Kashmir solution: Pak PM

Iqbal Hussain - Asian Tribune

Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz has said that Pakistan and India will have to demonstrate flexibility and courage to resolve their disputes.

Will the voters of Bihar be allowed to have their choice?

From R C Rajamani - Political Editor, Asian Tribune

The question raised in the title perhaps typifies the tragedy of the Indian masses, who are supposed to enjoy freedom, liberty and democracy. Freedom and liberty are meant only for the elite, the politically, socially and economically influential classes in states such as Bihar.

“The unity must bear a guarantee for the future of the entire Karen people” - Saw Ba Thin Sein

“This is the age of democracy; the world no longer accepts the system of military dictatorship. There also is no support for it, declared Saw Ba Thin Sein, President of the Karen National Union on the occasion of the of the 56th Anniversary of Karen Revolution, which falls today.

Pak-India talks making no progress: Kasuri

Iqbal Hussain – Asian Tribune

Pakistan Foreign Minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri has said no significant progress has been made in the Paki-India talks so far, and underscored the need taking serious measures for making the process result-oriented.

Sex pheromone spray boosts senior romance

Older women sometimes complain of being "invisible" to men. But now
a study with a natural pheromone suggests the sex appeal of
post-menopausal women could be dramatically increased. Older women wearing perfume mixed with the pheromone reported a significant increase in petting, kissing and affection with their partners
compared with women wearing a placebo scent.

Judicial custody of key accused Appu in the Sankararaman murder case extended

The Judicial custody of a key accused in the sensational Sankararaman murder case that has been slapped on Kanchi Seer on November 11 has been extended till Feb 10. Appu alias Krishnasamy will be in judicial remand till Feb 10, Kanchi Judicial Magistrate court ordered today.


.