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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2529

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Rathore, Tiwari, and Dinakaran Scandals

SPS Rathore, a top police officer as sexual tormentor and killer of a young student; ND Tiwari, Governor of Andhra Pradesh who was caught on the camera in his sleazy sexual exploits, and forced to resign on 'Moral Grounds' - as the Congress party would have it, and Dinakaran, Chief Justice of Karnataka High Court, involved in another scandal, but continues to be fortified, using among other things, the anti-Dalit bogey of Udit Raj, will continue to haunt Indian democracy and its psyche for a long time.

In Kuwait: Sri Lankans celebrated Christmas in style

The Embassy staff together with their families and friends, joined by safe-house inmates and the local Sri Lankan Christian and Catholic community celebrated Christmas at the Embassy on 26th December in a spirit of unity and harmony with the sounds of bells marking the festivities.

Patients suffer as doctors halt all but emergency services

Doctors across the country staged nationwide strike on Monday alleging that the government failed to meet their demands even after fresh deadline expired on Sunday.

15 killed in clash between militants and anti-Taliban militia in Pakistan

At least 15 people were killed on Monday in gun battles between Taliban and an anti-Taliban tribal militia in Pakistan's lawless tribal belt on the border with Afghanistan.

Lankan Tamils face Hobson's choice, says leading journalist

The Tamils of Sri Lanka are presented with a Hobson's choice in the upcoming presidential election, but vote they must, a leading Tamil journalist has said.

All Ceylon Hindu Congress praises President Rajapaksa for speedy IDP resettlement

The All Ceylon Hindu Congress (Federation of Hindu Religious Associations and Trusts in Sri Lanka) has expressed its high appreciation to the President and the government for the speedy resettlement of IDPs.