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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2793

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The 'democracy' US invasion brought Iraq

nvaders of Iraq are boasting that they brought democracy to Iraq but they don’t want to realize that they messed up the whole country. They may say that a new Iraq was born but they deliberately refuse to admit the new born is ‘deformed’.

Plan to evict Yoga Guru Ramdev taken in advance, Supreme Court told

The Supreme Court was Friday told that the decision on midnight crackdown on Yoga guru Ramdev and his supporters was taken in advance by the Centre and police implemented it to please their "political masters".

Sri Lanka is to construct a 350 Meter High Multifunctional Communication Tower with a Leisure Park in Colombo

Sri Lanka’s Cabinet of Minister’s in their weekly meeting held under the chairmanship of President Mahinda Rajapaksa has approved a proposal to construct a 350 meter high Multifunctional communication Tower with a Leisure Park in Colombo.

Why Salala was attacked by NATO?

While the US military and NATO have off and on committed unfriendly and hostile acts against its ally Pakistan since 2006, attack on Salala on 26 November by NATO helicopters killing 24 soldiers and injuring 16 was by far the worst. It was a premeditated and well-calculated massacre meant to give a tough message to Pakistan to behave or face the music.

BJP rejects Chidambaram claim, wants him to go

Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram seems to be getting into some trouble or other. After the alleged role in 2G Spectrum scam, he is in a fresh mess over his role for favouring a person with dubious background.

Sri Lankan government gifts a major Water Supply Project as Christmas Gift for the historical Madhu Church

The Maruda Madu Sacred Area in the Mannar district is not only a sacred area for the Catholics of Sri Lanka but for the Catholics of all over the world. The Sacred Lady of Madu, spreading the virtues of Christianity in a tranquil forest atmosphere enliven with the wild animals faced many problems during the last three decades.