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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2619

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Sri Lanka conveyed appreciation on Belgium’s Counter-Terrorism stance against LTTE

Sri Lanka’s Ambassador Ravinatha Aryasinha has expressed Sri Lanka’s appreciation to the Belgian Government for the continued vigilance maintained to prevent LTTE rump elements from using Belgian soil.

India for strong economic ties with Cuba; S.M. Krishna

India is keen on fostering closer economic ties with oil-rich Cuba as the two countries already share ''excellent'' political relations, External Affairs Minister S M Krishna has said.

To trade or not to trade is NOT the question.

The fear of Greece pulling out of the Euro-zone, Face book going public, the fluctuating stock markets are all factors that influence the mindset of traders and investors. The question to ask now is not whether or not to trade rather the question to ask is when to enter and exit the market to do a successful trade.

Presidential poll: NDA divided, Sangma firm on contest

The BJP-led NDA opposition is yet to decide on its strategy for the Presidential election. Its meeting in New Delhi on Sunday remained inconclusive and more consultations will be held.

Saudi Arabia's King led funeral prayers on Sunday for Crown Prince Nayef

Mecca's Great Mosque, Islam's holiest place, was lined with members of the al-Saud ruling family and leaders of Arab states as an imam led the sunset prayer next to the body of Nayef, who died on Saturday.

Muslim Brotherhood declares its candidate Egypt’s President

The Muslim Brotherhood's party declared on Monday that its candidate Mohamed Morsy had won Egypt's first free presidential election, beating Hosni Mubarak's last Prime Minister Ahmed Shafik and ending a tradition of rule by presidents plucked from the military, agency reports said.