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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2614

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Arab Leadership: Rationality Questions Insanity

People in the blood scarred streets of Syria and feared corridors of the Arab authoritarianism asks when would these blood thirsty draculas stop the vengeful killing and perpetuated insanity so that common sense and rationality could return to the ground.

Transparency and Equality in human rights arena

Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights and the Human Rights Council are noble bodies structured for the benefit of the humans representing the “Family of Nations”.

Chidambaram writes to CMs defending anti-terror body

Home Minister P Chidambaram on Friday wrote to ten Chief Ministers on the issue of NCTC saying that countering terrorism was a shared responsibility.

Towards A More Enabling Environment For Effective HIV/AIDS Responses

A regional consultation, organized jointly by South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation in Law (SAARCLAW), UNAIDS Technical Support Facility for South Asia (TSF-SA) and Maitri, was held recently in New Delhi.

Minister Devananda takes action to obtain Insurance compensation to the deceased Kitul Tapper

Ministry of Traditional Industries and Small Enterprise Development has launched a programme to develop kitul cultivation and uplift the Kitul Industry as a traditional Industry in Sri Lanka and also to train all those presently engaged in the industry.

India to facilitate visit of students of Zahira College to India

Zahira College, celebrating 120 years of excellence, invited Ashok K. Kantha, High Commissioner of India as the Chief Guest for the Annual Inter-House Sports Meet of the primary school on 23rd February 2012.

Sri Lanka beat Australia for the second time in a row

Sri Lanka have learnt to keep things interesting for all cricket lovers by not making it a one sided affair. What an exciting finish they produced at Bellerive Oval yesterday morning.

“Son-producing” clinics in Gujarat busted

When district officials in Mehsana in Gujarat. studied records of gynaecologists recently, they were stunned to find out that many were virtually running son-producing centres.

Desi Journalist gets Rotary International's highest award

The Rotary International presented its highest award " For The Sake of Honor" to Indian-American journalist Dr Prakash M Swamy at a glittering function in Chennai.