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Ranil – One of Asia’s most corrupt leaders?

[b]Ranil – One of Asia’s most corrupt leaders? [/b]

[b]Part II[/b] Continued from yesterday

[b]7. Ranil's 71 Ministers used 355 vehicles -- five for each[/b]

[b]Colombo, 22 October, (Asiantribune.com):[/b] Ranil Wickremesinghe ‘s UNF government had a total of 71 Cabinet Ministers, non-Cabinet Ministers and Deputy Ministers .

A Tale of woe by a Sri Lankan Airlines Passenger

Sri Lankan Airlines, a privatized airline of Sri Lanka, continuously called itself a national carrier of Sri Lanka, and it was alleged that it never takes any complaints by its customers’ seriously and the airline always ignore such complaints it receives through its website. The latest complaint was reported about an incident at the Dubai airport on 30 September and as usual the Airlines had ignored the complaint.Post your comments

An insight of the art of grooming leaders in contemporary politics in India

By Professor (Dr.) P.L. Joshi , Bahrain

Politics is considered an art of living together in community. However, in the contemporary context, the real meaning of politics; is perceived as corrupt politicians, greed and party factions etc. Others consider it just a dirty word for 'accountability' and the 'game of compromises' and 'opportunistic tactics' and so on.. Do you know why it is that many intellectuals and self-conscious people in India become quite off-handed and even antagonistic when discussion begins on family legacy in politics? It is because they consider politics a dirty game of business with no limits.

“Even if the Tamils want peace they will still have war”

“Sinhalese say, no federalism, no
Tsunami relief, no autonomy, no homeland, no
self-determination, no ISGA, no mediation by
Norwegians, and no nothing for Tamils, writes P.Chandran in response to Asoka Weerasinghe’s latest letter to the Editor of "Asian Tribune."Post your comments

Australia:'Signature Campaign' to protect the people of Burma

A signature campaign to appeal to the UN Security Council to protect the people of Burma and to free Aung Sann Suu Kyi, the democracy icon and the political prisoners in Burma is taking place today at the Federation Square in Melbourne, Australia, from 11 AM to 4 PM.

Dr Lotha questions Union Minister's manner of State visit

Oken Jeet Sandham – Asian Tribune

Nagaland Minister for Health and Family Welfare and Excise, Dr TM Lotha questioned the manner in which the Union Minister Oscar Fernandez paid a two-day visit to Nagaland.

Sri Lanka Arts Council of Australia, condemns the police for preventing the distribution of leaflets in support of Mahinda Rajapakse’s candidature

Sri Lanka Arts Council of Australia has condemned the Sri Lanka Police for preventing The National Organisation of Sri Lankan Artistes from distributing leaflets, opposite the Fort Railway Station in Colombo on last Thursday, in support of UPFA presidential candidate Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapakse.

China's GDP grows by 9.4 percent

By Mendaka Abeysekera - Reporting from Beijing

China's
GDP(gross domestic product) soared by 9.4 percent to
1.3 trillion US dollars in the first nine months this
year.

“Even if the Tamils want peace they will still have war”

[b]“Even if the Tamils want peace they will still have war”[/b]

“Sinhalese say, no federalism, no Tsunami relief, no autonomy, no homeland, no self-determination, no ISGA, no mediation by Norwegians, and no nothing for Tamils, writes P.Chandran in response to Asoka Weerasinghe’s latest letter to the Editor of "Asian Tribune." Chandran further writes, “What the Sinhalese are now screaming is

A Tale of woe by a Sri Lankan Airlines Passenger

[b]A Tale of woe by a Sri Lankan Airlines Passenger[/b]

[b] Singapore, 22 October, (Asiantribune.com): [/b]Sri Lankan Airlines, a privatized airline of Sri Lanka, continuously called itself a national carrier of Sri Lanka, and it was alleged that it never takes any complaints by its customers’ seriously and the airline always ignore such complaints it receives through its website.

Ranil – One of Asia’s most corrupt leaders?

Ranil Wickremesinghe ‘s UNF government had a total of 71 Cabinet Ministers, non-Cabinet Ministers and Deputy Ministers . When President Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga took over the government from him they did not resign immediately.Post your comments


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