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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2959

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Russia elects the best it want and not the West........

Vladimir Putin has been elected Russian president for the third time, after spending the last four years as the country’s prime minister. Contrary to the adverse propaganda carried out by the Western media he is extremely popular among the Russians for the political and economic stability he brought to their country.

Through Joint Programming in Research-JICA Seminar on Japanese Technical Cooperation in Science and Technology

In the economical setting of Sri Lanka transiting towards a middle income nation, reliance on “Intellectual Exchanges” to further intensify the economy is likely to increase.

Burma’s new press law and press council on the move

President of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar (Burma) Thein Sein delivered an address at 1st March third regular session of first Union Parliament in commemoration of the first anniversary of the governments inauguration, the state media reported on 2 March.

Ambassador Sarrath Kongahage briefs Dr. Ms. Emily Haber, the State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany

Ambassador Sarrath Kongahage met with Dr. Ms. Emily Haber, the State Secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany at the Federal German Foreign Office on 17 February 2012.

US Dirty Tricks & Pak-Iran Gas Pipeline

Pakistan has issued tender for laying kilometers Iran-Pakistan (IP) gas pipeline in its territory to a German company while rejecting US Pressure over Iran-Pakistan Gas line Project. According to the secretary petroleum, Pakistan has offered $250 million to a German company, ILF Engineering, for laying the gas pipeline inside its territory.

Vested intentions of those want to interfere in Sri Lanka’s internal affairs exposed

There is général recognition that Sri Lanka has made significant progress since the end of the conflict and that the LLRC report is a good one and that it contains very important recommendations. It is also seen as exemplary in its engagement with the international community, sending high level delegations to the Council sessions. Why then, they ask, is Sri Lanka being singled out so unfairly says Ambassador Tamara Kunanayakam.

Early aggression keeps Sri Lanka in the series

Sri Lanka won comfortably by 8 wickets in the second match of the best of three finals against Australia at Adelaide in Commonwealth Bank Series.