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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2400

Monthly archive

India’s Metro Man Sreedharan resigns after an under construction bridge collapses in Delhi

India Editor - Sreedharan, hailed as the Metro Man, resigned owning moral responsibility after an under construction over bridge of the Delhi Metro collapsed on Sunday morning.

India’s media goes gaga over gay rights

R.C. Rajamani - Espousing gay rights has become fashionable in India, a country that gave Kamasutra to the world. Supporters of gay rights glibly speak about its author Vatsayana mentioning homosexuality.

Market remained dull

Quintus Perera - Acuity – HNB Stockbrokers Research in their market Review indicated that the market remained dull during the week, with activity levels further drying out, as investors opted to remain watchful.

Sri Lanka gets New Army, Navy commanders and National Security Advisor

Sri Lanka Government has created a new position of National Security Advisor to the President in line with United States and India.

Sunday Celebrity : Dr. Rishi Tiwari specilises in ‘trance therapy’

Gopal Ethiraj - Here’s a doctor tinkering with the mind and sub conscious mind. That is the method of his new treatment. .He takes a stressed person to trance level and does something to de-stress.

Ethnic Unrest in China

Sarla Handoo -After Tibet it is Xinjiang now. Having repressed the uprising in Tibet through use of sheer force, perhaps Beijing would have become complacent.

Towards an Insensate State?

Tisaranee Gunasekara - The sudden intensification of the devolution debate has turned out to be just another storm in a tea cup.

India pledges INR 900m on Koshi maintenance

Kosh R. Koirala - India has pledged to spend IRs 900 million for repair and maintenance work in INR.

Sunday Celebrity : Dr. Rishi Tiwari specilises in ‘trance therapy’

Gopal Ethiraj - Here’s a doctor tinkering with the mind and sub conscious mind. That is the method of his new treatment. .He takes a stressed person to trance level and does something to de-stress.

Sunday Celebrity : Dr. Rishi Tiwari specilises in ‘trance therapy’

Gopal Ethiraj - Here’s a doctor tinkering with the mind and sub conscious mind. That is the method of his new treatment. .He takes a stressed person to trance level and does something to de-stress.

Sri Lanka gets New Army, Navy commanders and National Security Advisor

Sri Lanka Government has created a new position of National Security Advisor to the President in line with United States and India.

Market remained dull

Quintus Perera - Acuity – HNB Stockbrokers Research in their market Review indicated that the market remained dull during the week, with activity levels further drying out, as investors opted to remain watchful.

The Evolving Role of the Sri Lankan Diaspora

By Sanjeewa Karunaratne

The task of putting our mother nation up-right has just begun. When the eyes of the world are glued to the country for the second phase of the “war,” while some Western countries are trying to block aid in order to feed on our miseries— as they have done so successfully for hundreds of years— an enormous responsibly lies with the Sri Lankan Diaspora.

Festival of Cricket - London 2009

Janaka Alahapperuma - Festival Of Cricket- London 2009 will be held on (today) Sunday, 12th July, 2009 at the Winchmore Hill Cricket Club Grounds, London. The day’s events commence at 9 am and will end at about 8 pm.

Ethnic Unrest in China

Sarla Handoo -After Tibet it is Xinjiang now. Having repressed the uprising in Tibet through use of sheer force, perhaps Beijing would have become complacent.

Reforming Indian education - 1

Professor P Radhakrishnan -Reforming Indian education in the context of access and affordability, infrastructure, institutional ambience, quality, content, funding, regulatory mechanisms, and so on, is long over due.

Pakistan nuclear program – a monstrosity for its adversaries

Asif Haroon Raja - While the army is fighting a precarious war and is shedding blood to safeguard integrity of the country, politicians are neck deep involved in intrigues and power play.

Letter from the USA – Obama’s conservative critics

Habib Siddiqui - Last week, we looked into Rush Limbaugh, the conservative radio talk show host. He is very popular and widely listened to by many Republicans who are trying to rally behind issues that will try to unseat President Obama in the next election.

Amirthalingam- A Victim Of Terrorism

S Murari - Appapillai Amirthalingam, who became the torch-bearer of the Sri Lankan Tamils' struggle for equal rights with Sinahalese and later separation after the passing of Eelam Gandhi S J V Chelvanayagam, was unlike his mentor, a victim of a Frankenstein's monster he himself fostered like Mrs Indira Gandhi.

India’s media goes gaga over gay rights

R.C. Rajamani - Espousing gay rights has become fashionable in India, a country that gave Kamasutra to the world. Supporters of gay rights glibly speak about its author Vatsayana mentioning homosexuality.


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