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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2791

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TN Lok Adalat settles Rs. 48 lakh as death compensation of sailor

The Tamil Nadu State Legal Services Authority has settled a huge death compensation of Rs.48 lakh on Wednesday of a sailor who died in an accident on board a ship.

Changing Life-styles of Tamil immigrants

Tamils who sought refuge in foreign countries after the ethnic calamities that started in Sri Lanka in 1983 have gone and settled mainly in western climes.

Team Anna set to fight elections, ends fast

Though the Government acted tough and did not concede the demand for passing Lokpal Bill, Team Anna called off the fast at Jantar Mantar on Friday evening and also announced plans for fighting the elections.

33rd Anniversary of EDB: A Recollection of Collective Victory

Sri Lanka Export Development Board (EDB) celebrates its 33rd Anniversary in August 2012. EDB deserves a high degree of praise for its remarkable contribution made toward the socio economic development of the country, the key national institution for export development and promotion during the last thirty three years sharing its responsibility to the nation.

Whose Right is Self-Determination?

There is much confusion about the concept of ‘self-determination’ or the ‘right to self-determination’ as it became almost a dirty word particularly among the Sinhala majority during the LTTE’s separatist war. It was synonymous with separatism.