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HAMAS to propagate Tiger separatism internationally.

[b]HAMAS to propagate Tiger separatism internationally.[/b]

[b]Toronto, 07 September, (Asiantribune.com): [/b]The sale of Tiger flags in the down town Toronto, Canada is a normal sight, during occasions and normally other country flags are sold for Candian Dollar 30/= a flag whereas the Tiger flag is sold at Candian Dollar 60/= per flag.

The brisk sale of Tigers flags could be witnessed

"Once a federal state is established it is irreparable," - JHU

By our Correspondent in Colombo.

The JHU has pledged support to the Mahinda – JVP accord and will support the SLFP by signing an agreement today with the Premier for the forthcoming Presidential elections.Post your comments

BJP axes Delhi strongman Khurana faces revolt

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

It is curtains down formally on the Khurana era in the Bharatiya Janata Party, India’s main opposition, with the party’s disciplinary committee Tuesday deciding that the former Delhi strongman be expelled for his outburst against Advani, the chief, who is in trouble for his secular certificate to Jinnah,, the founder of Pakistan.

HAMAS to propagate Tiger separatism internationally.

The sale of Tiger flags in the down town Toronto, Canada is a normal sight, during occasions and normally other country flags are sold for Candian Dollar 30/= a flag whereas the Tiger flag is sold at Candian Dollar 60/= per flag.Post your comments

Indian Govt hikes petrol prices faces opposition wrath

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

After dithering for months, the Indian Government Tuesday announced a hike in the prices of petrol and diesel but spared the house wife who uses the cooking gas and the poor man who depends on kerosene to light his house. Yet the Government’s outside supporters, the Left parties and the main opposition Bharatiya Janata Party have voiced strong protests, and announced of a nation wide protest programme against the ‘‘unfair, wrong and unjustified’ hike.

Nine LTTE cadres were killed and 13 seriously injured in the eastern Sri Lanka,

Conflicting reports emerges about the killing of Tamil Tigers cadres on Tuesday early morning at Kattumurippukulam, Vaharai in the eastern province, where according to Tamil National Force, 9 LTTE Tiger cadres were killed and another 13 of them sustained serious injuries, while LTTE Peace Secretariat release revealed that only three LTTE cadres were killed and five others sustained injuries.

Chinese garments will be allowed to enter Europe

By Mendaka Abeysekera - Reporting from Beijing

About 77million Chinese textile products, including
sweaters, trousers, T-shirts and bras now can enter the
European market, which were stockpiled in European
Ports for the last few weeks.

Sri Lankan PM signs agreement with Maxist JVP

The Sri Lankan Prime Minister signed an agreement with the Maxist JVP to contest the upcoming Presidential election.

JVP says it is easy to work with Mahinda

[b]JVP says it is easy to work with Mahinda [/b]

By our Correspondent in Colombo.

[b]Colombo, 07 September, (Asiantribune.com): [/b]The leftist JVP party has agreed to work closely with Premier Mahinda Rajapakse, since it is ‘easy’ to see eye to eye, unlike the President.

"Once a federal state is established it is irreparable,

[b]"Once a federal state is established it is irreparable," - JHU [/b]

By our Correspondent in Colombo.

[b] JHU supports Mahinda – JVP agreement [/b]

[b]Colombo, 07 September, (Asiantribune.com):[/b]The JHU has pledged support to the Mahinda – JVP accord and will support the SLFP by signing an agreement today with the Premier for the forthcoming Presidential elections Udaya Gammanpila, Po

JVP says it is easy to work with Mahinda

By our Correspondent in Colombo.

The leftist JVP party has agreed to work closely with Premier Mahinda Rajapakse, since it is ‘easy’ to see eye to eye, unlike the President. Post your comments


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