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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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Saudi Arabia Denies Deal with Sweden For Arms Factory

Saudi Arabia on April 14 denied any deal with Sweden to build an arms factory, in its first reaction to a weeks-old controversy which led to the resignation of the Swedish defense minister.

Moderate polling in Delhi civic polls

An estimated 55 to 60 per cent voting took place in the elections for the trifurcated Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) on Sunday, Delhi Election Commissioner Rakesh Mefta said.

Indians in Afghanistan safe, says Ambassador in Kabul

All Indians are safe in Afghanistan after heavily-armed Taliban suicide bombers unleashed a wave of coordinated attacks in Kabul and three other cities and the situation is being closely watched by the Indian government.

Taliban Rocked Western Embassies & Afghan Parliament

On April 15,102 Taliban attacked Western embassies and Afghan parliament in Kabul . Taliban fired rockets and assault rifles in the direction of the US Embassy, Taliban. NATO headquarters and other official buildings as gunfire and explosions rocked the heart of the Afghan capital.

Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas on a state visit to Sri Lanka

The President of the State of Palestine Mahmoud Abbas has arrived in Sri Lanka yesterday on a state visit to Sri Lanka from 15th to 17th April 2012. He was accompanied by several senior Ministers and PLO Representatives including the Minister of Foreign Affairs Riad Malki.