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Army Commander's condition stable: 11 killed

A total of 11 people killed in the suicide bomb blast that rocked the army headquarters this afternoon.The death toll is expected rise more

Two suspected LTTE suicide bombers participated in the Army Headquarters attack: 05 killed.

Latest reports reveal that there were two suspected LTTE suicide bombers – a female and a male, who participated in the attack at the Sri Lanka Military Hospital targeting the Army commander Sarath Fonseka. This information is yet to be confirmed officially.

Suspected LTTE's woman suicide bomber successfully targeted Sri Lanka Army commander

Suspected LTTE's woman suicide bomber successfully targeted Sri Lanka Army commander Sarath Fonseka, who according to unconfirmed reports said to be in a serious condition.

HRW chides Sri Lanka government's lethargic approach to violence: Blames LTTE for starting killings in Trincomalee

In a scathing report on the recent ethnic flare up and tension in Trincomalee, the New York based Human Rights Watch lambasted Sri Lanka Government’s failure to respond adequately to the recent armed attacks by armed groups on Tamils and their homes. Also Human Right Watch placed the blame squarely on the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (the Tamil Tigers) for bombing and responsible for the ethnic violence. HRW repeated its call to the LTTE to end all attacks on civilians.Post your comments

Nepal King subverted democracy: restore democracy, declares U.S.

By Daya Gamage – US National Correspondent for Asian Tribune

"The (Nepal) king has subverted the democratic process. It has been a failure. And it's important that the democratic process and the rule of law be restored, and that you move from autocratic one-man rule to rule by elected representatives of the people," said United States State Department deputy spokesman Adam Ereli at an April 24 briefing in Washington. Post your comments

U.N. Reform Plan Hits Political Roadblock

By Thalif Deen - Inter Press Service

The 132-member Group of 77 -- the largest single coalition of developing nations -- has rejected a move to enhance the administrative powers of the United Nations secretary-general, including his ability to make financial and budgetary commitments without the approval of the General Assembly.

Pak-India talks on Nuclear CBMs begins on Tuesday

By Iqbal Hussain Khan Yousafzai – Reporting from Islamabad

Fourth round of experts level talks on nuclear CBMs between Pakistan and India will begin on Tuesday here. Post your comments

The UNDP assists proposed NPA

Sunil C. Perera - Reporting from Colombo

The United Nations Development Project’s Country Director Abu Selim has expressed his satisfaction on the proposed National Plan of Action for The Social Development of Plantation Community [NPA] prepared by the Ministry of Estate Infrastructure and Livestock Development.

Intricacies of American Foreign Policy

By Professor Laksiri Fernando - Ryukoku University, Japan

As we live in a unipolar world system dominated by a single super power, the United States of America, after the demise of the former Soviet Union and its virtual disintegration, that country’s foreign policy is much of relevance to all of us in Asia, whether we like it or not.

No talks before capturing Jaffna: Join the Tiger force

Only after the capture of the Jaffna peninsula, peace talks would be possible. Therefore Tamil youths - boys and girls, join without delay the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam. Post your comments

Chinese Buddhism re-emerges as major global force

By Senaka Weeraratna

China is re-discovering the priceless value of Buddhism and the role it must play in the dissemination of Buddhism worldwide.

No talks before capturing Jaffna: Join the Tiger force

[b]No talks before capturing Jaffna: Join the Tiger force[/b]

[b]Colombo, 25 April, (Asiantribune.com):[/b] Only after the capture of the Jaffna peninsula, peace talks would be possible. Therefore Tamil youths - boys and girls, join without delay the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam.

Pak-India talks on Nuclear CBMs begins on Tuesday

[b]Pak-India talks on Nuclear CBMs begins on Tuesday[/b]

By Iqbal Hussain Khan Yousafzai – Reporting from Islamabad

[b]Islamabad, 25 April, (Asiantribune.com):[/b] Fourth round of experts level talks on nuclear CBMs between Pakistan and India will begin on Tuesday here.

Nepal King subverted democracy: restore democracy, declares

[b]Nepal King subverted democracy: restore democracy, declares U.S.[/b]

By Daya Gamage – US National Correspondent for Asian Tribune

[b]Washington, D.C., 25 April (Asiantribune.com):[/b] "The (Nepal) king has subverted the democratic process. It has been a failure.

HRW chides Sri Lanka government's lethargic approach

[b]HRW chides Sri Lanka government's lethargic approach to violence: Blames LTTE for starting killings in Trincomalee[/b]

[b]New York, 25 April, (Asiantribune.com): [/b]In a scathing report on the recent ethnic flare up and tension in Trincomalee, the New York based Human Rights Watch lambasted Sri Lanka Government’s failure to respond adequately to the recent armed attacks by armed groups on

Sri Lanka launched air strike on LTTE’s position in Sampur

Sri Lanka Air force and Military has jointly launched air strike inside Tiger rebel position in the North east, heavily damaging the Sampur camp of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam.


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