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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2765

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Patricia Butenis Defending Her Boss

It was only the Asian Tribune through Daya Gamage that informed us how Ms. Butenis the American Ambassador has attempted to defend her boss Hilary Clinton by issuing an official statement saying that the latter did not refer to Sri Lanka when she said Sri Lankan troops have been raping Tamil women under the mercy of the Sri Lankan army.

The Rohingya Refugees: Victims Of Exploitation

Nowadays, the Rohingya refugees are not free from exploitation in every moment of their step in countries of their first or second asylum before reaching to a meaningful solution.

Nepal border village tense as Indian BSF men torture a local to death

Situation in bordering Bankul Bazar in Rautahat district remained tense on Sunday after a local died allegedly due to excessive torture of Indian Border Security Force (BSF) personnel.

Mano Ganesan demands IDPs identifications published immediately

The Civil Monitoring Commission (CMC) has demanded the Sri Lanka Government to immediately publish the names, permanent addresses, National Identity Cards numbers and other personal details of the 150,000 IDPs it claims to have registered and the details of the 110,000 IDPs to whom it claims to have issued IDs at the welfare centers of the internally displaced persons.

Sri Lanka: Longest Bridge To Be Declared Open Next Week In The Eastern Province

The Highways and Road Development Ministry announced that the construction work on Sri Lanka's longest bridge has been already completed.

One in five people is suffering from mental disorders

One in five people living in this world is suffering from some mental disorder, thus 450 million people are affected with mental disease.

Citizenship move draws flak

The DMK's demand that the Government of India consider granting citizenship or permanent resident status to one lakh Sri Lankan Tamil refugees living in the State has drawn flak not only from the opposition BJP and the Desiya Murpokko Dravida Kazhagam, but also from Congress member of Parliament Sudarshan Nachiappan as a move that would help only Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa.