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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2867

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UN Under-Secy General Pascoe visiting Nepal to assess progress in peace process

The UN Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs, B. Lynn Pascoe, is visiting Nepal in the first week of December to assess progress made in the peace process.

CBI digs into countrywide housing loan racket

The CBI on Thursday sought explanation from private companies who benefited from an alleged cross-country housing loan racket involving top officials of public and private sector financial institutions.

Government under pressure to summon House session at the earliest

Ruling Nepali Congress (NC) on Thursday asked the government to summon House session, which was prorogued after fracas in the parliament on Friday evening, before the 17th round of Prime Ministerial election slated for December 2.

If Germany could do, why not Korea?

The Korean war (1950-1953) between North and South Korea claimed millions of casualties not only from both Koreas but from the US, China and USSR too. It left the peninsula in ruins.

My Dear Brother in Jesus Christ Malcolm Ranjith: May God be with You!

My Dear Brother in Jesus Christ Malcolm Ranjith, we the Sri Lankan Catholics from all parts of the world are joined by our broader minded brothers and sisters of other Christian denominations, other faiths and atheists in Sri Lanka and also by the world Christian Community to shower you with the Choicest Blessings of God!

PM leads nation in homage to 26/11 terror victims

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday pledged to redouble efforts to bring the perpetrators of Mumbai terror attacks to justice as India paid homage to the martyrs on the second anniversary of the carnage.