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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2646

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"Couples of LTTE outfit, nabbed by 'Q' branch police for possessing bullets and satellite phone."

The 'LTTE' outfit couples, claimed them as lovers, nabbed by the "Q" Branch Police, for possessing Bullets and Satellite Phone. They entered in to Rameswaram by a boat unauthorisdely, without valid visa and passport.

Defeating Fonseka: The Final Blow for the LTTE

My last article about Sri Lanka was entitled, “Is Sri Lanka Crazy Enough to Elect a Retired General as President?” Yesterday’s election answered that question with a resounding “No!” It actually answered a number of questions with a resounding “No!” Here are a few of those questions:

India’s relief at peaceful poll, Rajapaksa’s triumph

There is a sense of relief in New Delhi at the reelection of President Mahinda Rajapaksa, 64, in the Sri Lanka elections.

Join hands with me, says Mahinda

President Mahinda Rajapaksa today called on all Sri Lankans to join hands with him to build the country.

Rajapaksha Re-elected as the President of Sri Lanka

Proving again he took the right decision at the right time to go for the presidential election sparing two years to be in office, as he boldly decided to attack and defeat the LTTE, President Mahinda Rajaksha wins the presidential election 2010 with a significant voter turnout.

Fonseka may flee country, says President

President Mahinda Rajapakse on Wednesday expressed the fear that his main challenger and opposition candidate Sarath Fonseka may flee the country as he is a US green card holder.

Regime change by the opposition, the west and LTTE sympathizers back-fired

With the end of the war Gen.(Rtd.) Fonseka became a national hero and an idol of the masses overnight. He commanded great respect wherever he went irrespective of party affiliations.

“A Bad Start For Judiciary In ‘Tn’ This Year Too “

The upmost Judiciary in Tamil Nadu has started badly in this year also because of the on going court boycotts by the legal fraternity, since January 22, like last year.

A politician-hoisted on his own petard

A politician has allegedly betrayed his country and his subordinates and the army he commanded just 8 months before. He has gone ballistic with accusations of his own troops under their erstwhile commanders killing white flag bearing LTTE cadres in the Sunday Leader on 13th December 2009.

Triumphant Rajapaksa calls for cooperation to build the country

President Mahinda Rajapaksa who was elected for a second term by an overwhelming mandate in the Presidential Election called upon the people to come together to build the nation.