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Lasting peace in Sri Lanka rests with LTTE's ability to tra

[b]Lasting peace in Sri Lanka rests with LTTE's ability to transform itself to democracy – President Kumaratunga[/b]

Daya Gamage – US Correspondent to Asian Tribune

[b]New York, N.Y.

Police HQ fire LTTE suspected

The major fire which took place recently destroyed entire 3rd floor including all 8 DIG's offices. Several Important files related to LTTE activities been destroyed. The investigation pointed to an electrical short but further investigations revealed it is the work of the LTTE.

China to increase nuclear power to 40 million kW

By Mendaka Abeysekera - Reporting from Beijing

Chinese
government has decided to increase its installed
capacity of nuclear power to 40 million kW by the year.

Take action not only against who practice terror, but those encourage and support it – Tony Blair

UN Security Council unanimously adopted anti-terror measures calling on all states to reinforce the battle against terrorism.

World Summit: Putting vital UN reforms in the back burner will disappoint many nations.

Neville de Silva -Diplomatic Editor Asian Tribune

World leaders begin their largest ever summit yesterday in New York against a backdrop deep dissension. Despite all the pre-summit hoopla and spin by some world leaders, the summit is bound to end in disappointment rather than the over- hyped hope.

Pak still controls terror flow to India says Manmohan

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

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and President Gen Musharraf who are meeting in New York today did their Kashmir speak when they met separately President Bush on the sidelines of UN General Assembly session.

Lasting peace in Sri Lanka rests with LTTE's ability to transform itself to democracy – President Kumaratunga

Daya Gamage – US Correspondent to Asian Tribune

In a major policy statement to an American audience here about the prospects of peace in Sri Lanka, President Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga, while declaring that an overwhelming sections of Sri Lankan society support a federal system for greater participation of all ethnic groups in the governance, this alone will not bring a lasting peace unless the Tamil rebel outfit, LTTE, transform itself to a democratic movement. Post your comments


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