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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2614

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UN appoints Malaysian astrophysicist as ‘space ambassador” for ET contact

When aliens arrive on Earth, they will no longer have to worry about who will greet them. There is an Ambassador to hail them if they come a-calling.

Hong Kong company unveils new look of Male’ airport

The Hong Kong based architectural company, Integrated Design Associates (IDA) has unveiled the new look of the Male’ international airport, under its expansion and modernization project.

Thousands year celebration of Thanjavur Brihadeeshwara Temple concludes with pompous pageant

The curtains came down on the millennium celebrations of the Thanjavur Brihadeeshwara Temple here on Sunday evening with the state government announcing several development projects for Thanjavur costing around Rs.12 crore.

Efforts on to rescue cops abducted by Maoists

The Chattisgarh government has stepped up the efforts to ensure safe release of four policemen in Maoists' captivity after the extremists set a deadline of 48 hours for the state government to comply with their demands.

Only 27,000 IDPs are yet to be resettled - Army media spokesman

Since the resettlement activities in the north have become controversial issue at present, we talked to Army media spokesman Major General Ubaya Medawala for more details.

Apathy of world community towards plight of Kashmiris

India was partitioned under a mutually agreed partition plan worked out by last viceroy of Britain Lord Mountbatten. The agreed principle of partition was grossly flouted by scheming Mountbatten who was averse to the idea of Pakistan and wanted to keep India united. His tilt towards Hindus was well known.

Not Screening For Diabetes During Pregnancy Is Dangerous And Costly

The theme for the World Diabetes Day 2009-2013 campaigns is: "Diabetes Education and Prevention"; with a view to "Understand Diabetes and Take Control".

Forte International couples with Global Hospitals in India to arrange medical treatment in India

Colombo, Forte International, a member of the Forte Group has been appointed as the strategic partner for the Global Hospitals Group of India, and Forte, as the strategic partner of Global Hospitals will take care and service patients who are seeking medical aid in India.

Antony asks US to ease arms export curbs

India is keen to diversify its weapons procurement sourcing and has told US to ease its export control restrictions to allow high-end weapons technology tie-ups between the two nations.