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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2610

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To prevent stroke change in food pattern too is important

At the Annual General Meeting of the National Stroke Association (NSASL) Dr Ms Padma Gunaratne, Consultant Neurologist was re-elected as the President, NSASL for a second term held at the HNB Towers Auditorium.

Recruitment Scandal in Indian Army: CBI Arrested four persons

The CBI on Sunday claimed to have busted a nationwide Defence recruitment racket with the arrest of four persons, including two naval officers, who allegedly leaked exam questions to the candidates.

An Acid Test for the Myanma(r) Ethnic Democracy Movement

It has been proven beyond doubt by renowned academics that the word “Myanmar” ending with “r” is both phonetically and politically wrong, and also for the simple reason that dictators cannot change the fair name of the country without the consent of the people.

Let Us Live In Honesty And Harmony

We Indians have a tendency to delve in the past and then either gloat over it or cry over it. We love to waste time and energy, reminiscing about the yesteryears, with scant thoughts of improving our present and future.

India’s emerging power and future Olympics

New Delhi, though not seen producing good sportspersons in spite of being second populous country in the world, has courage to host this XIX Commonwealth Games 2010. This mega sporting event will be held from October 3 to 14, 2010 at Delhi.

Cauldron of Kashmir on the boil again

India-held Jammu & Kashmir (IHK) is under illegal occupation of India since 1947 and the people suffering under the oppressive rule denied of their basic rights desire freedom. They have been waging struggle for the last 63 years to get freedom from Indian yoke and have resorted to both democratic and violent means.

Noble Peace Prize Laureate Prof Munasinghe in Sri Lankan Carbon Consulting Company

With the consequences of global warming and climate change becoming apparent, carbon and environmental management have moved up the corporate agenda. This is driven by a combination of actual [and threatened] regulation, consumer pressure and an underlying desire to cut costs.