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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2556

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40 killed in Moscow Metro double suicide bomb attacks

In a double suicide bomb attacks on the Moscow Metro, in the morning rush hour yesterday, at least 38 people were killed and more than 60 injured, according to reports.

Kingfisher aircraft explosive planter nabbed

A few officials of the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) at the Thiruvananthapuram Airport are to be taken to task, in the wake of the police finding an insider’s hand in the explosive planted in the Kingfisher aircraft while it was at parked at the airport on March 21.

Krishna will go to China on April 7

External affairs minister S. M Krishna will travel to China on April 7 on his maiden visit which would further reaffirm the strong bilateral relationship between the two Asian giants.
This was stated by Krishna, who was on an official visit to Singapore. "I am looking forward to the April 7 visit to China which would held further reaffirm the strong bilateral ties between India and China," he told reporters.

Indian Cultural Centre’s students put up scintillating performance

The students of the Indian Cultural Centre in Colombo put up a scintillating display of blossoming talent in North Indian classical music and dance “Nav Pratibha 2010” at Kularathne Hall at the Ananda College in Colombo on Friday last.

India, US sign n-reprocessing agreement

India and the United States have concluded a nuclear fuel reprocessing agreement, the Obama administration announced in Washington on Monday.

Maldives: Parliament dismisses Auditor General

The Maldives Parliament yesterday voted to dismiss the Auditor General over alleged misappropriation of state funds.

Headley access: India to send letter to US

TN Government rejects Nalini’s premature release request-- AG informs HC

The Tamil Nadu government has rejected the request for premature release filed by Nalini, a life convict in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case.

India: Congress chief Sonia Gandhi again heads advisory panel

Congress president Sonia Gandhi was on Monday appointed the chairperson of the National Advisory Council, four years after she quit the post in the wake of the office of profit controversy.