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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2868

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I really want many Asian people to know real Mind-control.

Rravda shows science technology "Mind-control" is real. For World Peace, only Pravda and Dr. Igor Smirnov of Russia positively inform it among major media and top scientists in the World.

LTTE nabs intelligence sleuth ?

By Sugeeswara Senadhira – Asian Tribune

Sri Lankan police suspects that the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) has kidnapped a Tamil police inspector serving in the Counter Subversive Unit and a former member of a rival Tamil militant group. The whereabouts of Inspector P. M. Jayaratnam was last seen when he had dinner with PLOTE Mano, a former member of the Peoples Liberation Organisation of Tamil Eelam (PLOTE) who arrived from UK last week.

India, Bangladesh discuss new time table for SAARC summit.

From M. Rama Rao in New Delhi

Indian and Bangladesh Foreign Ministers have agreed to work out a new time table for the aborted SAARC summit. Meeting in Jakarta on the sidelines of Afro-Asian summit on Sunday, External Affairs Minister K Natwar Singh of India and his Bangladesh counterpart Morshed Khan agreed that the SAARC summit should be rescheduled at the earliest.

Government only can ensure the rights of the minorities, not the terrorists - JVP

Sunil C.Perera in Colombo

Janatha Vimukthi Perumuna – the political organization which was responsible for terror and mayhem in Sri Lanka in the seventies and eighties and which was the first organization to spread terrorism in the country, declared on Friday that only the government could ensure the rights of the minority communities in the country , and not a terrorist outfit.

Pak, India, sing deal to expedite release of prisoners

By Iqbal Hussain Khan Yousafzai – Reporting from Islamabad

India and Pakistan on Sunday signed an agreement to expedite the release of prisoners languishing in each other’s jails, despite completing their terms and for easy exchange of people accidentally crossing the borders.

Colombo's stink to end today.

Sunil C.Perera in Colombo

The garbage crisis in heart of the Colombo city is expected to end today.” This was an announcement both by the Colombo Municipal Council and the main garbage collector Burns Trading Company. The crisis began on 31st of March this year due to the non-payment of charges to the garbage collecting company.

Legislation to curb communal violence in India.

From Narendra Kaushik – Reporting from New Delhi

Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) regime in New Delhi will soon enact a special legislation to deal with communal violence in the country.

Good-bye to TDH Netherlands - international foster parent to Sri Lankan underprivileged children

Sunil C.Perera in Colombo

Over 800 underprivileged children in Sri Lanka will say good-bye to Sri Lanka’s longest donor for the underprivileged Children since 1978 - Terre des Hommes , Netherlands –TDH, after completion of 27 year mission in Sri Lanka.

China reaches as Japan's top trade partner

By Mendaka Abeysekera-Reporting from Beijing

Despite the rising political and diplomatic tension between China and
Japan, China became Japan's number one trade partner
in the year 2004.

Expose LTTE Atrocities Without Delay - SPUR

Welcoming the move by the Deputy Minister of Defense Mr. Ratnasiri Wickramanayake to expose the LTTE atrocities to the international community, the Australian-based Society for Peace, Unity and Human Rights (SPUR) has urged to implement it without delay.

World's largest iceberg 'goes bump in the night'

The 115-kilometre-long iceberg finally crashes into a massive ice-tongue floating in Antarctic waters - there may be more trouble.

NAM gets fresh oxygen at its golden jubilee bash; Trade, investment will be new focus

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

Commemorating the Golden Jubilee of the historic Bandung Conference that gave birth to the Non-aligned Movement (NAM), leaders of 106 nations from Asia and Africa have signed a new declaration of strategic partnership. They also re-enacted the history by walking through the Indonesian town Bandung.