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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2344

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Sri Lanka refutes canard about Sri Lankan airmen

Sri Lanka’s Ministry of External Affairs denied “Reports about a group of Sri Lankan Airmen under training in Chennai being sent back to Sri Lanka is incorrect.

TPOs- Towards Promotional Goals

The vital importance of the development of export and its national value with policy on priority for export trade was emphatically stressed in the budget speech for 2012 presented by the President. The projected objective was to achieve the export target braving the challenges from the international market. Imperatively Trade Promotion Organizations (TPOs) are bound to play a significant role in a bid to strengthen this scenario.

“PM can’t shift blame for economy slowdown on Pranab”

Opposition BJP on Friday alleged Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is "directly and openly" trying to put all the blame for the economic slowdown on former Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee and charged that he was equally responsible for the state of affairs.

Sri Lanka Participates at the 50th Anniversary of Independence Celebrations of the Republic of Rwanda


On the invitation of the Government of Rwanda, Deputy Minister of External Affairs Neomal Perera participated at the 50th Anniversary of Independence celebrations of Rwanda at its capital Kigali on 01st July 2012.

Supreme Court relief for Mayawati in assets case

In a relief for BSP leader Mayawat, the Supreme Court on Friday said that there was no material evidence against her in the alleged disproportionate assets case against her.

Roman Catholic Church an agent of Regime Change

For the first thousand years of Christianity there was no “Roman Catholicism” but today Roman Catholicism has become the largest Christian group with more than 1billion adherents. Needless to say the Roman Catholic Church is the largest and most organized Christian Church in the world.

Pakistan to continue moral, diplomatic & political support to Kashmir cause: Pakistan's Prime Minister

Prime Minister Azad Kashmir Chaudhry Abdul Majeed called on Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf at the Prime Minister's House today and congratulated him on the unique honour of becoming the Chief Executive of the country.

All Lankan Air Force trainees being sent back, says Defence Ministry

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa had her way on sending back trainees of Lankan Air Force.

Sri Lanka donates Medical Supplies to the People of the Republic of Congo

On the request of the Government of the Republic of Congo, the Government of Sri Lanka gifted medical supplies including equipment and medicines valued SL Rs 3.3 million.

A new boatload of another 32 Sri Lankan Asylum Seekers arrived Christmas Island

Another boatload of Sri Lankan asylum seekers, this time 31 men and one girl, have completed their long journey to Christmas Island.


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