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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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Guwahati girl assault: Prime accused arrested in Varanasi

Amar Jyoti Kalita, prime accused in the Guweahati molestation case who was evading arrest for a fortnight, was on Monday arrested from Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh.

Burma’s war victims in Kachin State need humanitarian aid

President Thein Sein has repeatedly said peace and stability ought to be crucial in the making of a developed country. He also said that without national unity, Burma with over 100 ethnic groups cannot have the benefit of peace and stability.

Prez poll: BJP’s chinks exposed

In the midst of the Presidential election, when the Election Commission warned political parties against issuing any whip to its MPs and MLAs, it was believed that it would help the opposition’s candidate Purno Sangma’s campaign for the “conscience vote”.

'...And Lubes' in spotlight at AIDS 2012

Most men, women and transgender people who practice anal sex use some kind of a lubricant (lube) ranging from expensive and commercially marketed branded lubes to saliva or oil. According to the United Nations joint programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), anal sex considerably increases risk of HIV acquisition.

President Pratibha Patil’s farewell address

President Pratibha Patil on Monday cautioned MPs not to voice their dissensions in Parliament at the cost of serious debate and legislation and maintained that they should keep abreast of new developments in technology and information explosion while making laws.

British Logo Goes Islamic

When walking into any British supermarket they all pride themselves on selling British products where possible , this can be seen in any meat section at Asda,Tesco and Waitrose to name a few.

India: NCP will not leave UPA but will skip functions

The Nationalist Congress Party on Monday said it continues to be an integral part of the ruling United Progressive Alliance (UPA) but will not participate in any government function till it takes a final decision on future of their alliance.

The 13 victims – progenitors of the 30 years conflict

July 23rd of 1983 narrate us the turning point of the 30 years ended war in Sri Lanka with the LTTE terrorist. Much talk about the subsequent incident happened in July 25th (Black July) and less talk about what happened on two nights back on July 23rd.

23 Tamil Nadu fishermen remanded till 6th August

Mannar Magistrate Amirthalingham Judson yesterday remanded the 23 Tamil Nadu fishermen to the prison in Anuradhapura, till the 6th of August.