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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2343

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RAW is a rogue and terrorist outfit

India has a contaminated history of interfering into the internal affairs of all its neighbours. Driven by its hegemonic mindset to emerge as the unchallenged power of South Asia, India has all along striven to force South Asian states to accept Indian hegemony and never hesitated from resorting to economic strangulation or political blackmail or even naked force to achieve its nefarious designs.

India Moonwalks On Lunar Waters

It’s a confirmed ‘discovery’ now! Water on Moon exists and it’s India who’s done the world proud. After nearly five decades of lunar explorations by western nations, it was India’s ‘Chandrayaan’ ( this Sanskrit word means Moon Craft) that got scientific community of the world go gaga over the ISRO- Indian Space Research Organisation, feat.

Is stress always a bad thing?

Stress is not always a bad thing; it is how we deal with those results in positive or negative outcomes. We all need a certain amount of stress to function effectively, too much or too little stress is not productive. In the current situation, one has to balance himself/herself effectively in a very stressful environment, says Dr. Jayan Mendis, a Consultant Psychiatrist.

Ruchira Gupta of India receives Clinton Global Citizen Award

Ruchira Gupta, President, Apne Aap Women Worldwide, has received the Third Annual Clinton Global Citizen Award for her work against human trafficking. The award recognizes remarkable individuals for their leadership in improving the lives of people around the globe.

Sri Lanka: Return of the Evil Forces – The TNA

After the defeat of the LTTE, an all powerful voice of the Government of Sri Lanka openly declared that the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) parliamentarians who took the oath in safeguarding the unity and integrity of Sri Lanka under the constitution is doing exactly the opposite - propagating the sentiments of separatism in and outside Sri Lanka.

Air India to restore incentives cut; a panel to look into pilots’ concerns

Air India has decided to set up a committee to look into concerns of pilots, who are on a strike since Saturday, protesting against a 20 per cent cut in their Productivity-linked incentives (PLIs) by the management.

Lethal grenade out of every day chilly...?

Lethal grenade from every day Indian scientists has turned the everyday chilly into a ‘lethal’ grenade. Indian scientists have turned the everyday chilly into a ‘lethal’ grenade.

Tourism Week Inaugural Ceremony at Marine Drive, Bambalapitiya

The World Tourism Day which was on 27 September, was celebrated with a host of activities at the Mt. Lavinia Beach and the Marine Drive, Bambalapitiya. The inaugural ceremony was presided over by the Minister of Tourism, Nandana Gunatillake with the participation of industry stakeholders including hoteliers, officials of the Ministry of Tourism and Sri Lanka Tourism, as well as tourists visiting the country.

International Forces on a Conspiracy against Sri Lanka – JNP Leader MP Weerawansa

Some International forces which were against the Sri Lankan government’s brave decision to eradicate the disastrous LTTE terror outfit from the country, at present have begun a conspiracy against Sri Lanka, says National Freedom Front (JNP) leader MP Wimal Weerawansa.

India “continues to remain concerned” about Lankan IDP welfare, Says Alok Prasad

India "continued to remain concerned about the welfare of the IDP" in Northern Sri Lanka, High Commissioner in Colombo Alok Prasad has said.

U.S. accusing others of War Crimes: a hypocritical triumph of "form over substance": The Harvard Review on "Vanishing Law of War"

At a time the government of Sri Lanka is facing increasing pressure from the U.S. and other Western interests including some officials in the U.N. system serving these interests, with a hostile media backing these efforts and the opposition in Sri Lanka propping them up waiting to reap the fruits of what seems like an attempt at a wider global conspiracy to install a pro-U.S./ pro-West and pro-LTTE regime change, the review essay published by the Harvard International Review (H/IR) in its Spring edition this year, provides refreshing insights into the situation regarding the "law of war."

Kuwaiti Journalists undertakes a promotional tour to Sri Lanka

A 13-member group of Journalists representing both print and electronic media will be in Sri Lanka from 28th Sept. to 05th Oct. on a familiarization cum goodwill tour organized by the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Kuwait in collaboration with the Sri Lanka Tourism Promotion Bureau (SLTPB) and the Sri Lankan Airlines.

Is America A Sovereign Nation?

A well researched report by Daya Gamage that appeared in the Asian tribune on 27.09.2009 under the title “Report of Mass Atrocities in Sri Lanka: U.S. State Department takes two steps back” states that Patrick Leahy, a powerful US senator who has so far denied Sri Lanka 200 million of the powerful carrot that the US dangles before poor nations in order to make them comply has insisted on a damning report of crimes against humanity by Sri Lanka.

Charming Charmy Malavika

Charming Charmy Malavika

Photo: Praveen

Charming Charmy Malavika

Charming Charmy Malavika

Photo: By Praveen

Charming Charmy Malavika

Charming Charmy Malavika

Phot: By Praveen

Ravishing Malavika

Ravishing Malavika

Pix by Praveen

Ravishing Malavika

Ravishing Malavika

Pix by Praveen

Ravishing Malavika

Ravishing Malavika

Pix by Praveen


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