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I found one relation between Toshiba and Mitutoyo.

[color=red]I found one relation between Toshiba Corp ?? and Mitutoyo Corp ???? 8:40am Feb 14, 2006.
When I retreived any word in Mitutoyo's Japanese homepage, tool of Toshiba's Fresh EYE like http://search-asp.fresheye.com/?ord=s&id=11292&kw=%8EO%95H went up. The logo isn't displayed on initial page http://www.mitutoyo.co.jp.

TN Congress leader Tindivanam Ramamurthy expelled for anti-party activities

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

The topsy- turvy Dravidian politics have claimed their first victim. Tindivanam Ramamurthy, formerly president Tamil Nadu, Congress Committee was expelled yesterday from the party. Charge: anti-party activity.

United States opens its doors wide open for foreign students: Visa requirements greatly relaxed

Daya Gamage – US National Correspondent for Asian Tribune

The United States has extended the length of time foreign students may be issued student visas, and will issue student visas up to 120 days before classes begin, as compared to 90 days under previous regulations, the State Department announced.

Kalam says India's foreign policy guided by enlightened national interest

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

The budget session of Indian parliament got underway here on Thursday, with President APJ Abdul Kalam, in his customary address to a joint sitting of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha in the historic central hall of Parliament.

Rejection of UNP list brings to an end 50 years of rightist rulein the Municipality - Vasudeva

From our Colombo Correspondent

The United People's Freedom Alliance, Mayoral candidate for the Colombo Municipal Council Vasudeva Nanyakkara yesterday said the rejection of the United National Party nomination list was the first sign towards the end of 50 years of rightist rule in the Municipality.Post your comments

US concern on Iran is not limited to nuclear issue

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

The United States believes Iran is engaged in a series of actions which are disturbing "not just to us (Americans) but to many of the Arab states, which are its neighbors, and also to some of the larger countries - Russia and China, and India and others".

Pak Afghanistan agree to boost economic, security cooperation

By Iqbal Hussain Khan Yousafzai - Reporting from Islamabad

Pakistan and Afghanistan have agreed to bring their deep rooted relations at strategic level with a view to enhance economic and security cooperation between the two countries. Post your comments

Sri Lanka President to brief the south political parties on the ceasefire talks.

From our Colombo Correspondent

President Mahinda Rajapakse will meet representatives from all political parties in Colombo to brief them of the developments on the scheduled ceasefire talks in Geneva on February 22 and 23.Post your comments

DMK - AIADMK strains come out in the open

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

Notwithstanding denials, the stage appears to be set for formal separation of the alliance between DMK and AIADMK. The timing is all what matters now and it could be any day after the schedule is announced for Tamil Nadu assembly elections.Post your comments

US State Department official unaware of US plans to evacuate from Nepal

Daya Gamage – US National Correspondent for Asian Tribune

An official from the Press Office of the South Asia Bureau of the United States Department of State in Washington, D.C. told the ‘Asian Tribune’ Bureau in the United States that he was unaware of any plans of the United States embassy in Kathmandu, Nepal withdrawing or evacuating.

Pak, Bangladesh urged to grant citizenship to stateless Biharis

By Iqbal Hussain Khan Yousafzai - Reporting from Islamabad

The Refugees International (RI) has called on the Governments of Bangladesh and Pakistan to grant citizenship to 300,000 Biharis or "stranded Pakistanis" living in Bangladesh.

Nepal King plans exile: US Embassy expected to evacuate

By D. Michael Vandeveer – Reporting from Nepal

Nepal remains tense as the 7-Party agitation against the Monarchy gains strength and the Maoist continue to have success on the battle-field. Sources within the Palace report the King and his family are preparing for exile.Post your comments

UNP heading to courts today on nomination blunder

By Munza Mushtaq – Asian Tribune

Following the Election's Secretariat rejecting their nominations list for the Colombo Municipal Council (CMC), the United National Party (UNP) is set to take the matter to courts today.

DMK - AIADMK strains come out in the open

[b]DMK - AIADMK strains come out in the open[/b]
By M Rama Rao - Reporting for Asian Tribune from New Delhi

[b]New Delhi, 17 February (asiantribune.com):[/b] Notwithstanding denials, the stage appears to be set for formal separation of the alliance between DMK and AIADMK.

Nepal King plans exile: US Embassy expected to evacuate

[b]Nepal King plans exile: US Embassy expected to evacuate[/b]

By D. Michael Vandeveer – Reporting from Nepal

[b]Kathmandu, 17 February, (Asiantribunbe.com): [/b]Nepal remains tense as the 7-Party agitation against the Monarchy gains strength and the Maoist continue to have success on the battle-field.

Pak Afghanistan agree to boost economic, security

[b]Pak Afghanistan agree to boost economic, security cooperation [/b]

By Iqbal Hussain Khan Yousafzai - Reporting from Islamabad

[b]Islamabad, 17 February, (Asiantribune.com): [/b]Pakistan and Afghanistan have agreed to bring their deep rooted relations at strategic level with a view to enhance economic and security cooperation between the two countries.

Sri Lanka President to brief the south political parties

[b]Sri Lanka President to brief the south political parties on the ceasefire talks.[/b]

From our Colombo Correspondent

[b]Colombo, 17 February, (Asiantribune.com):[/b] President Mahinda Rajapakse will meet representatives from all political parties in Colombo to brief them of the developments on the scheduled ceasefire talks in Geneva on February 22 and 23.

Representatives from all politi

Rejection of UNP list brings to an end 50 years of rightist

[b]Rejection of UNP list brings to an end 50 years of rightist rulein the Municipality - Vasudeva[/b]

From our Colombo Correspondent

[b]Colombo, 17 February, (Asiantribune.com):[/b]The United People's Freedom Alliance, Mayoral candidate for the Colombo Municipal Council Vasudeva Nanyakkara yesterday said the rejection of the United National Party nomination list was the first sign towards th

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Mizoram to harness 'green' power

By T Siamchinthang – Asian Tribune

Mizoram plans to set up pioneering environmental friendly power stations that run on bamboo to help meet the new industrial energy needs.


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