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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2644

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Delhiites get set to watch rare celestial spectacle

Sky gazers in Delhi are all set to witness a rare celestial event Wednesday with Venus - the second planet from the Sun and the Earth's neighbour - crossing the Sun's face in what will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Sri Lanka focuses on the Pivotal Role the country could play in the Maritime Security Domain

On the margins of the Shangri-La Dialogue, Sri Lanka’s delegation to the meetings led by the Minister of External Affairs and Secretary Defence Mr Gotabhaya Rajapaksa met with General Martin Dempsey US – Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and A K Anthony the Defence Minister of India.

The Third Gender Does Not Deserve A Third Grade Treatment

Raveena Bariha, the fire brand graduate tribal hijra activist from Chhattisgarh (a relatively backward state of India) is lovingly called the chhota bomb and chhota rocket.

UCF Delegation Eyes for Joint Collaboration with PMU

President of the University of Central Florida (UCF), Dr. John C. Hitt, his Special Assistant for Global Perspectives, Mr. John C. Bersia and Mr. David Dumke, Consultant in the Livingstone Group visited Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University (PMU) for possible joint collaboration and exchange of views with the university authorities.

YMCA Founders Day -2012

YMCA Founders Day places on 06th of June and the National Council of YMCAs of Sri Lanka together with its 38 member associations ( YMCAs ) has arranged a number of programmes and activities to mark this historical day.

After civic polls triumph, Trinamool talks of going it alone in future

In a clear message to ally Congress, the Trinamool Congress on Tuesday said the civic poll results have demonstrated that the party has enough strength to rule West Bengal alone.
The Congress, on the other hand, said that if the TMC so decides, it can go ahead and fight alone.

Pakistan Successfully Test Fires 700 km range Cruise Missile Hatf-VII

Pakistan today conducted a successful test fire of the multi tube, indigenously developed Cruise Missile Hatf-VII (Babur) having a range of 700 kms. Babur Cruise Missile is a low flying terrain hugging missile with high maneuverability, pin point accuracy and radar avoidance features.

British Sri Lankans Held Protest Against LTTE Rump In UK

British Sri Lankans in London held a Peaceful demonstration opposite the Park Hilton Hotel on Monday last, against violent methods adopted by the LTTE rump.

Siachen Sector- Lt Col Tanveer Shaheed Dead body Found

After colossal efforts of two months brave and courageous soldiers of Pakistan Army rescued dead the body Lt Col Tanveer ul Hassan, Commanding Officer of Six Northern Light Infantry Battalion.