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Goa political stalemate continues, trial of strength on Feb 3

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

Even as the political stalemate continued and Congress leaders are mounting pressure on the Governor S C Jamir, a former Congress chief minister ( of Nagaland) himself, to let them form the alternative government, the beleaguered BJP chief minister Manohar Parlekar has called a session of the assembly for a trial of strength on February 3.

Kyndya maiden visit to Nagaland for more development

Oken Jeet Sandham – Asian Tribune

Union Minister for DONER and Tribal Affairs, PR Kyndiah, is arriving Kohima on February 3 to review and hold discussions on various schemes and projects under his ministry.

Reforms make Pak resurgent economy: Aziz

Iqbal Hussain – Asian Tribune

Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz has said that economic reforms and consistency and continuity of policies have transformed Pakistan into a resurgent economy.

Bail to Union Minister Arjun Singh in a case related to his statement on assassination of Mahatma Gandhi.

From Narendra Kaushik – Reporting from New Delhi

A day after India observed the 57th death anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, the apostle of peace and non-violence who liberated India from foreign rule on August 15, 1947, the country still debates as to who was responsible for his assassination.

Jaipal Reddy assures support of Mass media Units for spreading awareness about oil conservation

Oken Jeet Sandham – Asian Tribune

The Minister of Information & Broadcasting Jaipal Reddy has assured all support of the Mass Media Units like Doordarshan and All India Radio under his Ministry for educating the masses about conservation and optimum utilization of oil & gas resources in the country.

JVP to finalize soon regarding it's position in the UPFA Government.

Chances of Sri Lanka’s ruling United People Freedom Allliance government collapsing becomes more and more a reality, as the rift widens between Sri Lanka Freedom Party and the Janatha Vimukthi Perumuna - the two major constituents of the ruling alliance.

Congress and Bharatiya Janata Party trade charges on 1984 anti-Sikh riots.

From Narendra Kaushik – Reporting from New Delhi

A judicial commission, constituted to probe 1984 anti-Sikh riots in India, has become an election issue between Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) the main opposition party in the country and Congress, a political party, heading the ruling United Progressive Alliance (UPA) at the centre.

U.S. Media Gives Mixed Reaction to Iraqi Polls:Bush Says World Hearing Voice of Freedom from Middle East

Daya Gamage – A News Analysis to Asian Tribune

Major newspapers in the United States hailed the Iraqi elections as a stepping stone toward freedom and democracy.

Bangladesh: Awami League MPs siege speaker's room, show black flags: Boycott JS session

Ahmede Hussain – Reporting from Dhaka, Bangladesh

The Jatiya Sangsad yesterday adopted an obituary reference on the main opposition Awami League (AL) lawmaker Shah AMS Kibria amid a boycott by the AL deputies and protests by the opposition parties inside and outside the House.

India scores on HR front, dismisses army major on molestation charge

From M Rama Rao reporting from New Delhi for Asian Tribune

Indian army’s decision to sack a Major announced on Monday evening is viewed here in diplomatic circles as a signal not only to the law enforcing agencies that the government is strict on Human Rights front but also a message to the overseas HR bodies and critics across the line of control in Pakistan, officials said here.

Pak still expects positive steps from India on Bglihar

Iqbal Hussain – Asian Tribune

Pakistan Foreign Office Spokesman Masood Khan has said that Indian government can still take positive steps on Baglihar dam to carry forward the process of consultation on the issue.

Goa political stalemate continues, trial of strength on Feb 3

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

Even as the political stalemate continued and Congress leaders are mounting pressure on the Governor S C Jamir, a former Congress chief minister ( of Nagaland) himself, to let them form the alternative government, the beleaguered BJP chief minister Manohar Parlekar has called a session of the assembly for a trial of strength on February 3.

Pak still expects positive steps from India on Bglihar

Iqbal Hussain – Asian Tribune

Pakistan Foreign Office Spokesman Masood Khan has said that Indian government can still take positive steps on Baglihar dam to carry forward the process of consultation on the issue.

Kyndya maiden visit to Nagaland for more development

Oken Jeet Sandham – Asian Tribune

Union Minister for DONER and Tribal Affairs, PR Kyndiah, is arriving Kohima on February 3 to review and hold discussions on various schemes and projects under his ministry.

Reforms make Pak resurgent economy: Aziz

Iqbal Hussain – Asian Tribune

Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz has said that economic reforms and consistency and continuity of policies have transformed Pakistan into a resurgent economy.

Bail to Union Minister Arjun Singh in a case related to his statement on assassination of Mahatma Gandhi.

From Narendra Kaushik – Reporting from New Delhi

A day after India observed the 57th death anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, the apostle of peace and non-violence who liberated India from foreign rule on August 15, 1947, the country still debates as to who was responsible for his assassination.

Jaipal Reddy assures support of Mass media Units for spreading awareness about oil conservation

Oken Jeet Sandham – Asian Tribune

The Minister of Information & Broadcasting Jaipal Reddy has assured all support of the Mass Media Units like Doordarshan and All India Radio under his Ministry for educating the masses about conservation and optimum utilization of oil & gas resources in the country.

JVP to finalize soon regarding it's position in the UPFA Government.

Chances of Sri Lanka’s ruling United People Freedom Allliance government collapsing becomes more and more a reality, as the rift widens between Sri Lanka Freedom Party and the Janatha Vimukthi Perumuna - the two major constituents of the ruling alliance.

Congress and Bharatiya Janata Party trade charges on 1984 anti-Sikh riots.

From Narendra Kaushik – Reporting from New Delhi

A judicial commission, constituted to probe 1984 anti-Sikh riots in India, has become an election issue between Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) the main opposition party in the country and Congress, a political party, heading the ruling United Progressive Alliance (UPA) at the centre.

U.S. Media Gives Mixed Reaction to Iraqi Polls:Bush Says World Hearing Voice of Freedom from Middle East

Daya Gamage – A News Analysis to Asian Tribune

Major newspapers in the United States hailed the Iraqi elections as a stepping stone toward freedom and democracy.


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