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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2787

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Grass barred from Israel

Noble laureate Gunter Grass has been declared persona non grata by Israel for criticizing Netanyahu government policy. This is a typical infantile Israeli reaction to criticism. Israel has similarly prevented Noam Chomsky from entering the country when he was invited to speak there.

Gujarat riots massacre: Court convicts 23, acquits 23

A special court in Anand has pronounced its verdict in the Ode massacre case in connection with the post-Godhra riots, wherein 23 persons belonging to minority community were burnt to death.

The Vicissitudes of the Sri Lankan Ethnic Problem

Sixty-four years of independence has given various faces to the Srilankan ethnic issue which has now become one of the world problems being discussed in international forums.

Parliamentary panel summons all three Service Chiefs

The parliamentary standing committee on defence has asked the three Service Chiefs to appear before it on April 20 on the issue of defence preparedness.

United States trains-funds a designated terrorist organization - MEK - to destabilize and regime change in Iran

The United States, under the Bush administration and well into the Obama administration, has funded, trained and used an Islamist organization Mujahedin-e-Khalq (MEK), designated as a foreign terrorist organization (FTO) in the State Department list since 1997, to destabilize and effect a regime change in Iran.

Sri Lankan Foreign Ministry shed light on Premkumar Gunaratnam and Ms. Dimuthu Attygalle

In a statement released by Sri Lanka’s Ministry of External Affairs reveals that Premkumar Gunaratnam and Ms. Dimuthu Attygalle have reappeared in Sri Lanka after both were deported from Sri Lanka.