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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2642

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Madras varsity offers cost free education for Tamil refugees

The University of Madras vice-chancellor G. Thiruvasagam, who had announced a slew of concessions and new schemes for the under privileged and physically challenged, et al on his recent assumption of the top charge of the varsity, has now come out with new concession to the Tamil refugees.

Jaya releases spectrum scam papers

All India Anna DMK general secretary J Jayalalitha on Saturday released photocopies of documents which she said "proved Union Telecom Minister A. Raja's complicity" in the Rs.1,00,000 crore scam in the allocation of 2-G Spectrum.

Sri Lankan Celebrity: TV Presenter Nadie - a novelist, poets and actress

A Little girl, an avaricious reader, even when she can’t understand what is in those books, but she continues to read Maxim Gorky, Leo Tolstoy, Federico Garcia Lorca and Simone de Beauvoir, Desmond Morris and numerous writers even she can’t pronounce their names. Though she does not know what she was reading, she had the urge to read more.

Kalkotta HC CJ walks out after national emblem misrepresentation on his chair pointed out

Acting Chief Justice of Kolkatta High Court Bhaskar Bhattacharya walked out of a courtroom when a petitioner's lawyers pointed out that the chair he was sitting on had an incorrect representation of the national emblem.

India, Nepal agree to expedite the of major hydro power plant

Nepal and India have finalized the terms of references (TOR) of the Pancheshwar Development Authority (PDA) more than a decade after the two governments agreed to develop a major hydropower project in Mahakali River.

Largest War Heroes’ Village in Sri Lanka Handed Over to Tri-Forces Personnel

Fully facilitated war heroes’ village; "Rana Jayaviru Housing Village" at Ipalogama in Anuradhapura was handed over to war heroes yesterday (November 22) by the President Mahinda Rajapaksa.

Will Ranil-Prabha Pact save LTTE in France? Verdict against 22 top Tigers Today

The future of the LTTE in France will depend on the verdict on the case against 22 top leaders of the movement which is scheduled for November 23.

Displaced persons to receive Rs.50, 000 on resettlement

Internally Displaced Persons who will be resettled hereafter will receive a total of Rs.50, 000.