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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2554

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Asian region can tide over differences with economic integration: Japanese Ambassador

The Japanese Ambassador to India, Mr. Hideaki Domichi said here on Monday that nations in the Asian region can tide over their differences that arise from politics and security issues and emerge as a strong community with the help of the economic integration.

Thai Police to file more charges against the five-man aircrew of the aircraft

Thai police on Tuesday inspected arms impounded from a Kazakhstan-registered aircraft at Don Mueang airport and expect to file more charges on possession of illegal explosive devices against the five-man crew.

Police, students battle it out in Andhra town

Police and students protesting against division of Andhra Pradesh fought pitched battles inside the Sri Krishna Devaraya University campus in Anantapur in the Rayalaseema region on Tuesday.

Sarath Fonseka is not the answer; neither is Status Quo without change

Rtd General Sarath Fonseka has confirmed to the country that he is not a suitable person to lead the country although he may have been an astute military commander. The latest incident involving him, his condemning of his own troops and the leadership of the country with accusations based on hearsay, possibly at the behest of some unseen and unheard masters elsewhere, has shown that there is only one person that matters in his life, one person who he loves most, himself.

Impeachment move of Justice Dinakaran is getting ready

The Chief Justice of the Karnataka High Court. Justice P D Dinakaran, whose elevation to the Supreme Court was stalled in connection with alleged corruption and land grab charges, may be impeached if the MPs campaign is gathering momentum.

Presidential election and Charismatic Leadership

We, Sri Lanka will be having our presidential election on January, next year. Which will very important for the nation and for the future of our motherland.Sri Lanka is an island country in South Asia, located about 31 kilometres (19.3 mi) off the southern coast of India. It is home to around twenty million people.

Exhibition at the American Center- Contemporary Sri Lankan Textile Designers

As part of its ongoing celebration of the 60th anniversary of the official relationship between the United States and Sri Lanka, the U.S. Embassy is now hosting an exhibition featuring the work of eight of Sri Lanka’s most outstanding contemporary textile artists.

Sri Lanka: High volume trades sustain indices

Acuity Stockbrokers (Pvt) Ltd in their weekly review indicated that the week ended with both indices recording gains on healthy volume levels. Indices more or less remained stabilized during the week while turnover was fuelled largely by big volume trades on selected high cap counters. The All Share Price Index (ASPI) ended at 3056.6 points, up by 56.3 points or 1.9% while Milanka Price Index (MPI) gained 62.7 points or 1.8% to close at 3478.6 points for the week.

Burma: Is Something Better Than Nothing?

We're just days away from 2010 - a defining year for Burma, as we witness the opposition composed of ethnics and pro democracy movement. have to admit that they have been soundly beaten. First, they lost is in the battle fields and very lately in the diplomatic arena, where the Junta scored a major victory of recognition without yielding an inch from the Western countries who claims to be the defender of Democracy and Human Rights. Now, the Junta is going to be legitimized by its phony elections.

SMS Trimurti leadership of the TNA on the firing line

“I don’t want anyone to break the Tamil National Alliance.