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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2770

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Sri Lanka: De-Mining in Mannar is Almost Finished – NP Governor

The government has taken effective measures to develop the agriculture sector in Mannar district, Northern Province Governor (retired) Major General G.A.Chandrasiri told the Asian Tribune.

Thakshin admonish Thai PM to observe good etiquette

Former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra warned the present Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva to observe good etiquette as a host and have consideration for Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen.

Nepal Maoists demand their govt to end House deadlock

In a new twist to the prolonged House deadlock in the country, the agitating Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) on Sunday said that there will be no consensus until the incumbent government steps down from the power.

A belated Deepavali Celebrations in London

Sri Lanka High Commission in London celebrated Deepawali Festival on 24 October with participation of a huge number of Sri Lankans.

Indo-US-Israeli grand design to truncate Pakistan

Indo-US-Israeli objectives of denuclearisation, balkanisation and secularisation of Pakistan and turning it into a vassal state of India will be achieved preferably through ongoing covert operations alone supplemented by infamous Kerry-Lugar bill. Already lot of progress has been achieved by our adversaries in destabilising Pakistan.

CIMA waves exemptions for Chartered (ICASL) Members and Passed Finalists

Members and passed finalists of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka (ICASL) can now take advantage of an offer made by the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA ) and fast track to qualify as a Chartered Management Accountant.

Negotiating Climate change - a filmi way

The timing for the screening of an environment documentary - 'Negotiating Justice' - could not have been more appropriate. The film, which talks about India's negotiating position in crucial Copenhagen meet, has been nominated for Fifth CMS Vatavaran Wildlife and Environment Award - popular as Indian Green Oscar.

UN Report Skirts The Troubling Issue Of Human Smuggling

The interception this month of two boatloads of would-be asylum-seekers at virtually the polar opposites dramatizes once more the menacing problem of human smuggling and its international ramifications.