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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2399

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Sensitive Pennagaram By: Poll: 85% Voter Voted

The Pennagaram by-election which stands as an "Acid test" for the political parties in Tamil Nadu, for the general election which is going to be held in May , recorded nearly 84% votes on Saturday.

Daw Aung San Suu Kyi is 100% Correct: The unwavering emblem of Burmese National Character

When it come to national character I could not stay aloof, even though my eye specialist refrain me to working too much on computer, as I have just celebrated by 73rd birthday.

Pakistan raises troops’ strength on border, blames India

Pakistan’s High Commissioner to the UK, Wajid Shamsul Hasan, has said his country has sent extra troops to its border with India due to rising tensions. Islamabad had been "unsettled" by pressure on its eastern border, Hasan told London-based Financial Times.

Karnataka High Court Struck Down its CJ's Order

The Karnataka High Court has struck down three circulars issued by its Chief Justice P.D. Dinakaran against whom allegations of land-grabbing have been raised.

Sunday Celebrity: Suki Sivam, an ‘agent of social change’

An orator par excellence, an inspirational writer, a spiritual scientist and a social marketer are perhaps a few descriptions which may give an overview of his exquisite personality—‘Kalai Maa Mani’ Suki Sivam, also known with prefix ‘Sol Vendher’ – ‘the King of Words’.

Surface to-Surface Missile Tested Successfully

Nuclear-capable surface-to-surface missile Prithvi-II and ship-based Dhanush missiles were successfully flight tested, within a few minutes of each other, in salvo mode early Saturday.

Letter from America: Sex, Scandal, Modernity and Morality

The values that I grew up with and learned as a child born in South Asia nearly half a century ago are quite different than the ones preached and practiced today in the West.

Akon concert likely in Maldives

The disputed Akon concert scheduled to be held in Colombo is now likely to be shifted to the Maldives, the Daily Mirror online reported.

Clerical Paedophilia in the Catholic Church – are economic migrants into the priesthood to blame?

At the moment, the Catholic Church wants to be seen as an institute, metaphorically speaking, under siege in the wake of serious allegations about sexual abuse of children and the subsequent systematic cover-up, both in America and Europe.

Karnataka High Court Struck Down its CJ's Order

The Karnataka High Court has struck down three circulars issued by its Chief Justice P.D. Dinakaran against whom allegations of land-grabbing have been raised.

Gujarat riots: CM Narendra Modi answers inquiry panel’s questions

Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi kept his date with the Special Investigating team at Gandhinagar on Saturday and answered 68 questions relating to the Gulburg Society killings during the 2002 post-Godhra communal riots.

Invest in Tamil Nadu: Stalin calls Electronic Component Manufacturers

The deputy chief minister of Tamil Nadu Mr M K Stalin has called upon the Manufacturers of Electronic Component's to invest in the State.


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