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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2646

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Common man’s life to get tougher after Indian Budget

Giving some relief to tax payers, Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee on Friday proposed raising the income tax exemption limit for individuals to Rs 2 lakh per annum from Rs 1.80 lakh.

Bangladesh grabs a monumental victory against India in Asian Cup

Bangladesh won by 5 wickets against India in the fourth match of the Asia Cup at Dhaka.

Battered baby Falak loses battle for survival

The body of two-year-old Falak, whose struggle for survival was closely followed by countless well-wishers, was on Friday handed over to her mother by AIIMS doctors who had attended on the baby for 58 days in Delhi.

Man behind CIA Defeat in Pakistan

Politics, security and peace are interlinked factors which are directly connected and get affected due to the policies of global powers. The, intelligence agencies play pivotal role in framing foreign policies of the states.

Climate Change - Faltering Negotiations (?)

The Durban Conference in December 2011 was another step in the tortured negotiations designed to address the ever growing threat of climate change with its attendant consequences of sea level rise, glacier melt, drying of forests, peat lands and the tundra, unprecedented forest and peat fires, changing weather patterns and unusual climatic phenomena said Ambassador Dr Palitha Kohona.