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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2528

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Sri Lanka to lead on climate change

Sri Lanka will take a leading role in tackling climate change in the region, with the country in the process of formulating policies on it, Environment Minister Anura Priyadharshana Yapa said.

The 25th anniversary of the birth of Mercoglianopitiya

The 25th anniversary of the construction of the village called Mercoglianopitiya, in Sri Lanka was celebrated recently in the town hall of the City of Mercogliano, in Italy.

Highest financial allocation to develop and uplift the North – President

The historic meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers of Sri Lanka government was held in a location close to the Iranamadu Tank.

New symbol of Indian Rupee

In Future: Indian Rupee will have its own symbol-Mix with Devanagari 'Ra' and Roman 'R'

Govt. hails its two hour long Kilinochchi meet, critics say it was deception & a waste

As Sri Lanka government closed its cabinet meeting in former LTTE epicenter yesterday and announced that Kilinochchi is now reborn with new development; critics described the event as a waste of money and even a deception on the Sinhalese masses.

Burma honors its martyrs amid political insecurity

Burma’s Independence has been blended together with blood and lives of the nation’s top leaders.

Former Chief Minister and kingmaker K Kamaraj remembered

The people in the entire state of Tamil Nadu on Thursday celebrated the 108 birth anniversary of former Chief Minister and King Maker "Perunthalaivar' K Kamaraj and the Congress party workers distributed food packets to the poor.

Summer of burglary: Better safe than sorry

People going abroad during the summer need to take precautions to ensure their homes are secure as the holiday season is considered a prime time for burglars.

Red Ribbon Express: On track to good health

It's called the express of hope. After completing a successful run through 100 districts in the state of Tamil Nadu educating and sensitizing over 75000 people about HIV/AIDS and health, ‘The Red Ribbon Express’ is now Uttar Pradesh bound.

Murali is Bradman of Bowling

Murali is Bradman in bowling! There is not doubt on his abilities. His contribution has been so significant in the success story of Sri Lankan cricket. As a person he is always positive towards competition and always loyal to the country. He is every inch a team player and in many ways his unselfish attitude would contribute against his personal performance.