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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2902

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Thai Prime Minister’s Twitter account hacked

Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra’s personal twitter's page was hacked on Sunday morning at around 10.20 a.m., when the unknown hackers who accused her of incompetence, and posted about 8 messages defaming the government and premier.

Sonia Gandhi seen in public first time after US surgery

After undergoing surgery for an aliment over a month ago, Congress president and UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi on Sunday made her first public appearance when she attended a prayer meeting at Rajghat on the occasion of Mahatma Gandhi’s 142nd birth anniversary.

National employment policy to promote decent employment for all

The National Human Resources and Employment Policy for Sri Lanka currently formulated with the leadership of D E W Gunasekera, Minister for Human Resources, is expected to provide an overarching and integrated policy framework towards promoting the goal of decent and productive employment for all.

Israel rewards Blair $ 1 million

Tony Blair was given a million US dollar award by a political organization in Israel for his ‘leadership’. However British people and the world remember to hate him for leading Britain to war in Iraq.

CBI clean chit to Anil Ambani

The CBI, which had said that it was still probing the role of RADAG Chairman Anil Ambani in the 2G scam, has given a clean chit to him in the structuring of different companies and transfer of funds relating to Swan Telecom which got a spectrum licence.

Somalia: A Road Map into a New Quagmire

Since September 6th when a two and a half a daylong conference known as tHigh Level Consultative Meeting was concluded in Mogadishu, the name that has been dominating the Somali political discourse was the Road Map- the byproduct of said meeting. Or, the document endorsed by the participants as the prerequisite for Somalia to emerge out of its transitional status.

President Mahinda ensured the safety of Muslims in the Eastern Province – says Minister Dallas Alahapperuma

It was President Mahinda Rajapaksa who ensured of the safety of the Muslims living in the Eastern Province and if he did not become the President in 2005 the fate of the Eastern province Muslims would have been similar to what happened to the Muslims who lived for centuries in the Northern Province districts.