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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2673

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Blame Game In Weightlifting

The Indian Weightlifting Federation is still to hear from the International apex body on the fate of not only its drug-tainted lifters but on the very future of its own existence.

Artistes Pledge Their Support To President Rajapaksa

Well known artistes representing cinema, television, stage and music fields have pledge their support to President Mahinda Rajapaksa at the forthcoming presidential elections.

Anti-Telangana protestors turn against Tamil Nadu

A section of anti-Telangana agitators from the Rayalaseema region turned their anger against Tamil Nadu by closing the head regulator gates of Kandaleru reservoir to stop supply of Krishna water to Chennai under the Telugu Ganga project on Saturday.

All Ceylon Muslim Congress to support President Mahinda

All Ceylon Muslim Congress led by Abdul Risath Bathiyutheen - Minister of Resettlement and Disaster Relief Services has unanimously resolved to support Mahinda Rajapaksa in the upcoming presidential election.

Sunday Celebrity: Rajini is simple, stylish, spiritual, that explains his uniqueness

The matinee idol of Indian film industry, Rajinikanth, turned 60 yesterday. There were celebrations by his fans, fan clubs, welfare associations run in his name and his friends. Media, especially TV channels and FMs, dished out a lot of programmes on the superstar.

Mayawati wants UP divided into three

After demanding that separate Bundelkhand and Paschimanchal states be carved out of Uttar Pradesh, Chief Minister Mayawati on Sunday shot off another letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for her state to be split further to create 'Poorvanchal' out of its eastern region.

Executive presidency would be abolished, if Fonseka elected: Ranil

If their common candidate Sarath Fonseka emerges victorious in the January 26 presidential polls, Mr. Ranil Wickramasinghe, Sri Lanka’s former Prime Minister and Opposition leader, told the media persons at the airport here on Sunday evening, the executive presidency would be abolished in the island nation Ranil was passing through Chennai to New Delhi.

Multinational banks can now open their branches in Nepal

Nepal has introduced a new policy that allows multinational banks and financial institutions to open their branches in Nepal.