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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 861

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Pakistan Rejected Pentagon Investigation Report

Pakistan Army has rejected “Pentagon Report” regarding NATO attack on her border check post on November 26, 2011, in which 24 soldiers including one Major and Capt have been martyred and many injured.

Jethmalani raises furore over Swiss bank account

Noted advocate and BJP member Ram Jethmalani today created a flutter in the Rajya Sabha when he made certain remarks against persons having money stashed away in Swiss banks.

Humiliating remarks also can motivate people!

Yes, that is what happened in Durban today (29/12) hours ago! The second Test between Sri Lanka and South Africa became really a one sided affair; Sri Lanka winning by 208 runs and one full day to spare.

Team Anna to lose Rs 2.5 lakh for early end to fast

After a setback due to poor response from Mumbaikars to his agitation, Team Anna has suffered yet another shocker, this time on their financial side.

Victory over South Africa: Reply to Kepler Wessles

Now Sri Lankan Fans has started to celebrate the victory .This is after some period of pause, defeats and downs in SL cricket. It was after three weeks only former South African cricket captain Kepler Wessels humiliated Sri Lanka team on his remark as “We could beat them with our SA ‘A’ side”.

Govt makes last-ditch effort to pass Lokpal Bill in Rajya Sabha

Amid the Government’s last ditch efforts to enlist support for the Lokpal Bill in the Rajya Sabha, Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee on Thursday met leaders of parties like the Bahujan Samaj Party and the Rashtriya Janata Dal to persuade them to give up their opposition.

Sri Lanka and India to hold talks to resolve fishing disputes on January 13th and 14th

The Joint working groups of Sri Lanka and India will hold talks on resolving fishing disputes on January 13 and 14. Minister of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Development of Sri Lanka Dr. Rajitha Senaratne said that representatives from India's foreign, fisheries and defence ministries and navy, and representatives from the Indian States of Tamil Nadu, Andra Pradesh will be in the Indian delegation.

Why a parliamentary select committee is needed to work out a political solution

A need for a Parliamentary Select Committee (PSC) to work out a political solution for the decade’s long Tamil grievance may appear as another delaying tactic to some.


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