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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2347

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Immoral life styles of Tiger Woods, Bill Clinton and Sarath Fonseka !

Tiger Woods, the golf legend, was earning up to $100 million a year and until recently sponsored by almost all reputed companies. But because of the wide publicity given to his sex scandals all sponsors have ditched him.

All-party meet on Telangana agree for peace and harmony as a first step

The all-party meeting on Telangana convened by Home Minister P. Chidambaram on Tuesday in New Delhi ended without making any immediate breakthrough.

Rathore faces abetment of suicide charge

Police in Panchkula near Chandigarh on Tuesday slapped a fresh charge of abetment of suicide against disgraced former Haryana Director-General of Police S P S Rathore for allegedly driving teenager Ruchika Girhotra whom he molested in 1990 to suicide three years later through harassment of her family.

Has Sri Lanka ever had uncorrupt leaders?

This is a question the public needs to ask themselves. For in answering this basic question the voter will realize the hypocrisy of democracy itself and the reality that the voter’s democratic right during any election is to choose the seemingly “lesser” corrupt leader to office. By and large all elections end up deposing one party/leader and enthroning another but all doing the same thing in different versions.

Northern Province Artistes to Perform at a Mega Cultural Show in Colombo

The Northern province has completely changed and it has been transformed into a development hub under the directive of President Mahinda Rajapaksa, Parliamentarian Basil Rajapaksa, said G.A. Chandrasiri, the Northern Province Governori.

Ms Alikie Perera, New Deputy Secretary General, CCC

Mrs. Alikie Perera assumed duties as the Deputy Secretary General, Ceylon Chamber of Commerce (CCC) effective 31st December 2009 upon retirement of Malcolm Atton. Mr Perera prior to her appointment as DSG was Additional Deputy Secretary General/Financial Controller.

Management of Maoists combatants within four months

The government has forwarded a proposal to complete the integration and rehabilitation of the former Maoist combatants within next four months.

Sri Lankans must elect highly skilled and experience political leader as the President

On 26 January 2010, Sri Lankans will decide their future by electing their favourite candidate as next executive president of Sri Lanka. Although there are 22 candidates in the race main competition is recorded between the incumbent president Mahinda Rajapaksha and UNP-JVP hired candidate former Army Commander General Sarath Fonseka.

Sri Lanka: Migrant Workers to Receive a Pension Scheme

The United Peoples Freedom Alliance government is making arrangements to introduce a pension scheme or a similar scheme to strengthen economic conditions of the migrant workers in Sri Lankans soon.

Rathore stripped of medal

The Government of India on Monday decided to strip former Haryana Director-General of Police S S P Rathore of the meritorious service medal awarded to him in 1985 following his conviction in a case involving molestation of 14-year-old Ruchika Girhotri in Panchkula near Chandigarh way back in August 1990.

Texas Sri Lankans want President Mahinda Rajapaksa to Dismantle Global LTTE Network

A group of Sri Lankans living in the State of Texas announced that they are with the people of Sri Lanka to support President Mahinda Rajapaksa for the re-election as the President of Sri Lanka.


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