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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2553

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Pakistan: Political Curse Needs Urgent Cure

The corrupt PPP- military combined governance is a replica to what happened to the integrity of Pakistan in 1971 to dismantle the unity of Pakistan and the Generals and Bhutto surrendered the East wing to India to maintain their illegal political power. Once again, the same players have enacted the same tragic drama of power grabbing to stab again the remaining body of Pakistan.

What a safe and solid destination Sri Lanka is for both investment and travel

Ambassador Oshadhi Alahapperuma, head of Sri Lanka Mission in Sweden was one of the speakers at the breakfast seminar on ‘Interesting business opportunities for Swedish companies in Sri Lanka’. The seminar was organized by the Swedish Trade Council and was held at the World Trade Centre in Stockholm on 09th February.

Sri Lankan University Rankings and Rankings for the Future

Recently some of the Universities in Sri Lanka have been ranked among best in the list of south Asian university category. As reported by international grading of universities, six Sri Lankan universities, namely, Colombo, Peradeniya, Sri Jayawardenapura, Jaffna, Rajarata and the Open University have been upgraded.

Ambassador Kohona outlines scope of LLRC

Permanent Representative of Sri Lanka to the United Nations, Ambassador Dr. Palitha Kohona has outlined the key features and recommendations of the final report of the Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission.

How gay acts are against order of nature, asks Supreme Court

Anti-gay rights groups, challenging legalisation of gay sex, were on Wednesday asked by the Supreme Court to explain how such acts are against the order of nature as submitted by them.

President Mahinda Lauds British Queen's Leadership

During your reign of sixty years, the second longest for the British monarch, Your Majesty has given admirable leadership both to your country and the Commonwealth, President Mahinda Rajapaksa said in a felicitation message on the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth's accession to the throne of the United Kingdom.

NSG team kept out of Israeli car blast probe

In a surprise departure from norms, investigators of the NSG post-blast study team were not allowed to gather vital data of the terror-struck and burnt Israeli embassy SUV citing "diplomatic reasons".