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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2528

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The Committee on Law Education recommends reverting backs the entrance examination to the earlier system

The committee appointed to report on the law education in Sri Lanka has recommended that the Law College entrance examinations should revert to the earlier system i.e. General Knowledge and IQ test and Language papers, one in English and the other in Sinhala/Tamil.

Minister Bogollagama briefs British Parliamentarians on the developments in Sri Lanka

The Minister of Foreign Affairs Rohitha Bogollagama MP, met with a group of British Parliamentarians on Tuesday at the House of Commons in an interactive session.

Roadmap to Binding Carbon Caps for China

With countries from around the world set to meet in Copenhagen starting December 7 to try to hammer out a new climate change agreement to succeed the Kyoto Protocol, which expires at the end of 2012, no one would disagree that a U.S. commitment to cut carbon emissions is essential to such a global pact.

2 crore mobiles sans IMEI number goes off

Nearly two crore mobile phones without unique identification numbers was to go out of service from Monday mid-night, with government deadline to operators to block calls to such devices on security concerns expiring Monday night.

Love, Peace and Happiness

Love, peace and happiness are the watch words of Christmas and we are to witness yet another one. The world will celebrate the season with all the modern conveniences made possible by global commercialism and mass media.

‘Karthigai Deepam’ lighted atop Annamalai Hills as devotees go elated

The holy deepam was lighted atop the hill of Thiruvannamalai on Tuesday evening, when the whole town went bursting crackers, and devotees calling “Arunachala Arunachala” in praise of Shiva.

Gen. Fonseka And The 13th Amendment

Just a few days ago Gen. Fonseka said that he would go beyond the so-called 13th amendment which meant that he would establish Eelam.

Mortein Mosquito coils with more power

Reckitt Benckiser recently launched a hexagonal shaped coil - ‘Mortein Power Booster’ - a unique new coil with a ‘New Shape and More Power’.

An honest look at Tendulkar

Twenty years is a long time in the life of a player and particularly so if he has spent most of this time on the international platform.

Fuel shortage hits Nepal’s capital

Ongoing protest of petrol pump workers has triggered shortage of petroleum products across the country including in the capital city, Kathmandu.