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Surviving members of Bangabandhu’s family to be protected

M.A Qader - The surviving members of ‘Bangabandhu’ Sheikh Mujibur Rahman family to be given special protection by a special statutory arrangement.

Microsift Sinhala Tamil Interface Pack to intensify knowledge base in the rural sector

Quintus Perera -Microsoft made it possible to forge new vistas in the annals of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) with the launch of Microsoft Windows Vistas and Microsoft Office 2007 Sinhala where Prof Tissa Vitharana, Minister of Science and Technology along with Prof P W Epasinghe, Acting Chairman,

Surviving members of Bangabandhu’s family to be protected

M.A Qader - The surviving members of ‘Bangabandhu’ Sheikh Mujibur Rahman family to be given special protection by a special statutory arrangement.

2nd Lawyers Cricket World Cup tournament opens at Cambridge on July 26

M Rama Rao - IInd Lawyers Cricket World Cup would be held at Cambridge (UK) from 26th July to 4th August 2009. It would be formally launched by the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales on 26th at Fenners, Cambridge University Ground. The tournament coincides with the year long 800th anniversary celebrations of the Cambridge University.

India begins sea trails of its indigenous nuclear submarine

[caption id="attachment_3059" align="alignright" width="460" caption="Smt. Gursharan Kaur, wife of the Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh breaking the auspicious coconut on the hull of the 6,000 tonne submarine, INS Arihant marking its launch, at Visakhapatnam on July 26, 2009. "][/caption]

By M Rama Rao, India Editor, Asian Tribune

Meherabad (Maharashtra), 27 July (Asiantribune.com): Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Sunday launched the country’s first indigenous nuclear-powered submarine Arihant, at Vishakapatnam naval dockyard for sea trials.

Historic Nallur Festival commences today in a grand scale

Sri Lanka Tourism together with Sri Lanka Air force introduce direct charter flights to Jaffna

Nepal Maoists obstruct House against 'arms import'

Kosh R. Koirala - Lawmakers belonging to Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) obstructed parliamentary proceedings on Sunday over the government’s alleged arm deal with India.

Pakistan: Nine boys trained in suicide bombing, arrested

Farzana Shah - Pakistani security forces arrested nine boys trained for suicide bombing and other terrorists activities across Pakistan, besides seizing 14 vehicles equipped for suicide attacks.

Bangladesh: results of Higher Secondary and equivalent public exams out

M.A Qader - Results of the Higher Secondary Certificate and equivalent public examinations under 10 education boards were published on Saturday.

Microsift Sinhala Tamil Interface Pack to intensify knowledge base in the rural sector

Quintus Perera -Microsoft made it possible to forge new vistas in the annals of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) with the launch of Microsoft Windows Vistas and Microsoft Office 2007 Sinhala where Prof Tissa Vitharana, Minister of Science and Technology along with Prof P W Epasinghe, Acting Chairman,

Camellian Sisters to tend old destitute people

Quintus Perera - First Camellian Convent - Home for the Aged was blessed and declared open by His Grace Most Rev.Dr. Oswald Gomis, Archbishop of Colombo in Nayakakanda, Wattala.

India begins sea trails of its indigenous nuclear submarine

[caption id="attachment_3059" align="alignright" width="460" caption="Smt. Gursharan Kaur, wife of the Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh breaking the auspicious coconut on the hull of the 6,000 tonne submarine, INS Arihant marking its launch, at Visakhapatnam on July 26, 2009. "][/caption]

By M Rama Rao, India Editor, Asian Tribune

Meherabad (Maharashtra), 27 July (Asiantribune.com): Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Sunday launched the country’s first indigenous nuclear-powered submarine Arihant, at Vishakapatnam naval dockyard for sea trials.

Bahrain Prime Minister arrives in Sri Lanka today

On the invitation of Sri Lanka President Mahinda Rajapaksa, Sheikh Khalifa Bin Salman Al Khalifa, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Bahrain will be on an official visit to Sri Lanka from 28-30 July 2009.The visiting Prime Minister of Bahrain will hold bilateral talks with Sri Lanka President. The talks expected to cover a wide range of issues including expanding the economic cooperation between the two countries.


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