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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2398

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Cricket shame: Five suspended after TV sting expose

The IPL's governing council on Tuesday decided to suspend five players named in the TV sting for 15 days. The governing council also asked Ravi Sawani, the head of the BCCI's new anti-corruption unit, to conduct an inquiry and submit a report within 15 days.

Summon US envoy over “Kali-Ma beer”, demands BJP

The issue of a beer named "Kali-Ma", after the Hindu goddess Kali, being sold by a company in the US was raised in the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) demanding that the government immediately summon the US ambassador.

TNA selective about who suffered during the 30 years of LTTE terrorism

Mr Sumanthiran of the TNA, speaking in Parliament appears to have indicated that only Tamils suffered during 30 years of terrorism.

Minister G.L.Peiris On Home- Grown Solution

External Affairs Minister Prof.G.L. Peiris opened a four-day, official visit to Washington, D.C. Tuesday with a series of meetings with key U.S. Senate leaders and a talk on Sri Lanka’s post-conflict redevelopment and reconciliation programs, emphasizing that lasting peace, stability and growth in Sri Lanka will be achieved through home-grown solutions, not those prescribed by the international community.

Manmohan Singh to meet San Suu Kyi during Myanmar visit

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will hold talks with Myanmar's celebrated pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi during his visit to India's crucial neighboring country later this month.
Government officials said in New Delhi Suu Kyi would call on Singh to discuss Myanmar's ongoing transformation into a full-fledged democracy.


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