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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2793

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A Caring Treatment Conquers All Odds: Story of Shanti

Shanti is a 38 year old semi-literate woman of slender means living in Mumbai. She has been living with HIV since the last 5 years and had developed multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB). Her story is the story of the common person on the street for whom each day’s survival is an ordeal, even when there is no illness.

India seeks custody of Iranian held in Malaysia

India has sent an arrest warrant for Masoud Sedaghatzadeh, arrested in connection with the botched-up bombing in Bangkok, to Malaysia requesting for his production before court to unravel the conspiracy behind the attack on an Israeli diplomat’s car here on February 13.

Assamese Muslims Hounded And Caught In Political Illusion -- AIUDF President Maul. Ajmal

The foreigners’ issue has been hanging as a Damocles sword over the heads of Assamese since independence and in its name thousands of genuine Assamese residents – Bengali Hindus and Muslims, have been branded as Bangladeshis and hounded out of their own land.

Army Chief too rubbishes “troop movement” report

Breaking his silence, Army Chief Gen V. K. Singh on Thursday dismissed as "absolutely stupid" a report on the "unusual" movement of two army units towards Delhi in mid-January, saying unnecessary attempts were being made to "throw muck" at the government and the army.

Pietersen charges as England leads

Day 3 of the second Test at Colombo between England and Sri Lanka continued to be a game dominated by England. At stumps of Day2 England was 154/1 and was trailing by 121 runs with 9 wickets in hand. Cook (77) and Jonathan Trott (15) were still at the crease by the end of Day2

Zardari, Manmohn Singh talks will benefit regional peace, says Pakistan

Pakistan on Thursday exuded optimism on the forthcoming talks between President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in New Delhi.

Every detail on LeT chief Saeed given to Pakistan, says S.M. Krishna

India has repeatedly given Pakistan every detail of LeT leader Hafiz Saeed’s involvement in the Mumbai terror attack but Islamabad has chosen not to conduct an investigation.