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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2399

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Congress faces hurdles in forming Uttarakhand government

Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad, who is in Dehra Dun as a central observer, is holding talks with the 32 newly-elected MLAs of the party in Uttarakhand where factional feuds have created hurdles in CLP leader’s election.

From Kolonnawa (and Kahawatte) To Geneva: The State of Impunity

Last week Sri Lanka’s august legislature granted another three month leave-of- absence to parliamentarian Duminda Silva.

Letter from America: Muslim Predicament in the post-colonial era - 2

Muslims must look into their past to search for solutions to their current predicament.

Getting back black money major issue for BJP

The issue of bringing back Indian black money stashed abroad is likely to figure prominently in the Budget session of Parliament beginning Monday with BJP leaderLK Advani on Saturday saying that the Opposition was eager to know how the Government had tackled the matter.

Sri Lanka Cricket Team- Always the bridesmaid and never the bride?

We had witnessed some of Sri Lanka’s most outstanding performances in Australia during the Commonwealth Bank Series 2012.

New iPad: Progress seems to be just evolutionary rather than revolutionary

Apple has introduced its latest tablet on March 7 and most of the features in it had been predicted accurately by Apple watchers in the run up to the launch, apart from its name – New iPad.