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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2399

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CSE Daily Stock Outlook: Market to boom after Avurudu

After a long holiday and a new fresh startup after the Sinhala & Hindu New Year, The All Share Price Index (ASPI) of Colombo Bourse is to reach over 7660 points during beginning of this week, whilst Milanka Price Index (MPI) will also witness a sharp increase over 7250 points.

150 Rupee Coin Launched By Reserve Bank Of India

India celebrating the Rabindranath Tagore's 150th birth anniversary. On this celebration Reserve Bank of India launched the 150 Rupee coin in the memory of Nobel Winner Sir Rabindranath Tagore.

West Bengal assembly poll: 97 lakh voters in first phase

West Bengal will have first phase of assembly polls on Monday amidst tight security. Fifty-four assembly constituencies spread across six districts in West Bengal will go to polls with 97.42 lakh voters expected to exercise their franchise.

Simulation Technology Workshop at Prince Mohammad bin Fahd University

The College of Engineering at Prince Mohammad bin Fahd University (PMU) organized a simulation workshop in its campus where professionals had hands on training to sharpen their existing skills further. This workshop offered specialized training with practical impact according to the industry needs.

Court orders dissolution of Mubarak’s party

An Egyptian court has ordered the dissolution of former President Hosni Mubarak's political party, meeting a demand of the pro-democracy movement whose protests ended his 30-year authoritarian rule.

Center hopeful Naga solution by year end: Pillai

The Government of India is hopeful of seeing solution to the over-60-year-old Naga political issue by the year end. Talks between the Government of India and the NSCN (IM) have also progressed a lot and to realize this dream (solution by year end), the people of Nagaland should also do a lot of homework, GK Pillai, Home Secretary to the Government of India, told to Oken Jeet Sandham, NEPS Editor, during a discussion here at national capital, Delhi.

Time to take stock of two-directional hurricane

Pak-US relations have seen many ups and downs starting early 1950s when Pakistan decided to join western pacts and became a US ally. Despite that the US embraced Pakistan on need basis only and dumped it when its regional objectives were served, Pakistan has remained attached to USA.

Sri Lanka to sue astrologers, academics about their wrong predictions

Sri Lanka’s government has warned the astrologers and academics about their predictions on natural disasters which can cause panic among the general public.

Can Burma create a genuine clean government?

April 17th is the New Year day in Burma or Myanmar. After four-day water-splashing festival – April 13 to 16 – here come to mark the traditional New Year on April 17, which is Burmese New Year day as always in line with the Burmese calendar.

Ishrat Jahan “encounter”, SIT reconstructs killing site

The encounter death of Ishrat Jahan with some men alleged to be a terror module assigned the task of killing Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has remained a mystery even after seven years.

Pandey cautious with words on Center-IM peace process

The Center’s interlocutor to political talks with the NSCN (IM) RS Pandey, IAS, was happy with the progress of the talks and with the sincerity from both sides.

Indian external affairs minister arriving Kathmandu on Wednesday

Indian External Affairs Minister S. M. Krishna is arriving in Kathmandu on Wednesday to show India’s concerns about the flagging peace process and constitution drafting process in Nepal. Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao will be accompanying Minister Krishna during his three-day visit to Nepal.