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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2341

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Pakistan reaches out to Sri Lanka’s Eastern Province with Clean Drinking Water Supply Projects

The High Commissioner of Pakistan in Sri Lanka Seema Ilahi Baloch and Governor Eastern Province of Sri Lanka, Mohan Wijewickrama, visited Morawava District for the inauguration of three Clean Drinking Water Projects for the needy Muslim, Sinhalese and Tamil communities of the Eastern Province of Sri Lanka.

Delhi Gurdwara panel to honour US police officer

Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Managing Committee has announced to give US $ 5,000 award to the valiant American police official who risked his life to save the innocents inside Oak Creek gurdwara.

Burma plans to approve ‘Press Law’ without journalists’ consent

On 6 August (Monday), some most important news journals – such as The Messenger, The Nation and so forth - in Burma blackened their cover pages as a sign of protest in order to show the current rising discontentment with long-lasting limits on the ‘Freedom of Press’.

After HSBC, Standard Chartered India under US scanner

Outsourcing of key oversight jobs by global banks to India has come under the scanner for the second time in less than a month for exposing the US financial system to terrorists and money laundering risks.

US State Department Designates Al Qaeda Trainer a Terrorist

The U.S. State Department designated a Saudi man as a terrorist, blocking his property and barring Americans from engaging with him.

Yoga Guru Ramdev set to start anti-graft agitation

Closed circuit televisions (CCTVs), waterproof tents and round the clock food, water and medical facilities - preparations are in overdrive at Delhi’s Ramlila Maidan for yoga guru Baba Ramdev’s agitation, beginning Thursday, against corruption and black money stashed abroad.


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