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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2342

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Court rejects plea to summon Gujarat CM over 2002 riots probe

The Gujarat High Court rejected an application seeking direction to the Nanavati Commission to summon Chief Minister Narendra Modi and question him in regard with the 2002 riots.

U.S. Government Supports Tourism Development in Sri Lanka


At a ceremony on January 30, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) helped launch Sri Lanka’s first “Tourism Roadside Signage Guidelines.”

Team Anna to campaign in UP

Ahead of the assembly polls, Team Anna will begin its campaign in UttarPradesh from Thursday on the Lokpal bill to fight corruption, pressing various political parties to make clear their stand on the issue.

Honey- Moon Over: Actor Vijayakanth and his party MLA;s evicted from TN Assembly- Jaya regrets over alliance

The Honey-Moon between All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazham(AIADMK) and Desiya Munnetra Dravida Kazhagam(DMDK) lead by Cine Actor Vijayakanth, who is the leader of the Tamil Nadu Assembly have over on Wednesday. The rift between AIADMK and DMDK started this morning in the assembly when Chanrakumar a DMDK member addressed in a debate.

Sacking corrupt ministers won’t clear Mayawati’s blot: Sonia Gandhi

Kicking off her election campaign in Uttar Pradesh, Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday attacked Chief Minister Mayawati for dismissing her ministers on election eve and asked whether this has cleansed her government.

A new Building for Point Pedro Police


Foundation stone was laid to a new building for the Point Pedro Police in the land opposite to the Point Pedro court complex by Douglas Devananda, Minister of Traditional Industries and Small Enterprise Development.

India, Sri Lanka hold Inaugural Defence Dialogue

The inaugural defence dialogue between the Defence Secretaries of India and Sri Lanka was held in New Delhi on 31 January 2012.

Mayawati targets Congress more than main rival Samajwadi Party in UP campaign

Launching her Bahujan Samaj Party’s (BSP) election campaign Wednesday, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati attacked the Congress, blaming it for anything that she could not deliver to the people during her five-year rule over India’s most populous state.


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