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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2859

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Sri Lanka reclaims stake in dominant LPG supplier Shell, price not decided

Sri Lanka announced that it will recover its stake in Shell Gas Lanka, country’s dominant domestic LPG gas supplier. Sri Lanka government will sell its 49% stake in Shell Gas Lanka, which is not listed in Colombo bourse.

Delhi, Mumbai have best living standards

The people of the Capital, New Delhi, are notorious grumblers as they are never satisfied with the living standards—whether it is roads full of potholes, maddening traffic with traffic lights never working, irregular power and water supply and worse the poor safety record of women on the streets, with lecherous men cruising to pick up girls moving alone.

Eighteen of a marriage party including fifteen women killed in road accident

In a pathetic and fateful accident, Eighteen persons of a marriage group including fifteen women were killed near Palacode in Dharmapuri district on Thursday early morning.

Prithivi - II Successfully Test Fired: Missile fired from Mobile Launcher

The medium- range ballistic missile, Prithivi -II was successfully test- fired on Friday from the Integrated Test Range, Chandpur, off the Orissa Coast.