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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2704

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Western Strategy: Eventually turning their heroes into zeros on the ticket of “democracy”

The premise that there are no permanent friends but permanent interests should be remembered by all politicians in dealing with powerful nations whose aspirations has and will always be the desire to build its own empire, advance their strategic interests and secure natural resources for their needs.

DMK government’s interim budget shows failures on various fronts: Opposition slams

The opposition parties in the state like CPI(M) and Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam(MDMK) on Saturday slammed the Interim Budget presented by Tamil Nadu Finance Minister K Anbazhagan in the state Assembly and said it only showed that the government had failed on various fronts.

Local response to fury of Bahraich floods

Just a short stroll through Rewali, Adampur, the mud embankment in Kaiserganj, Bahraich, a small district in the flood prone area of Uttar Pradesh, gives you an idea of the gravity of the predicament people here face year after year.

Sri Lanka: Leopard Funds launch pending, seeks to issue a statement on February-Official

Amidst the end of war and local stock market upbeat, Leopard Capital which intended to raise $ 130 million for two funds in Sri Lanka had not yet been able to collect completely, according to officials after a year since the launch of Leopard Capital Sri Lanka.

Maldives: Opposition DRP leading in local polls

The main opposition Dhivehi Rayyithunge Party (DRP) is leading in local polls results, with more than two thirds of the votes counted so far.


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