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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2702

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Burma: Campaign Groups Call For Citizenship Law Reform

Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) joins 30 other Burma campaign groups in calling for Burma’s controversial 1982 Citizenship Law to be repealed and replaced with a new law that is compatible with Burma’s obligations under the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Remanded 10 Tamil Nadu Poachers, suddenly released

The ten Indian fishermen from Rameswaram, who were remanded till 12 of July and held at the Anuradhapura Prisons were suddenly released on Monday, on the orders of the Talaimannar Magistrate and they are expected to be repatriated soon to Rameswaram.

HC notice to CBI on Raja plea in Spectrum case

The Delhi high court on Monday issued notice to the CBI on former communications minister A Raja's plea to dismiss charges against him in the 2G case on the grounds the probe was biased.

US Elections: Obama and Romney on one dimensional historical trail

President Obama and Mitt Romney are trying to outwit each other citing America’s long-dead Founding fathers—on matters like healthcare, size of federal government and social issues.

Congress favours second term for Ansari as Vice President

The Congress has propped up Vice-President Hamid Ansari's name for a second term with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh beginning the exercise to solicit support for his candidature.