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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2961

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Thomas Kriwat new Honorary Consul in the Free Hanse City of Bremen

Mr. Thomas Kriwat, Lawyer and Managing Director of Reederei Eugen Friederich, Bremen, as well as Managing Director of Mercantile Shipping Company plc, Colombo, has been appointed new Honorary Consul of Sri Lanka in Bremen with consular jurisdiction covering the States of Bremen and Lower Saxony.

Geetika suicide case: Ex-Haryana minister refused anticipatory bail

A Delhi court on Thursday rejected the anticipatory bail plea of former Haryana minister Gopal Goyal Kanda.

The most challenging question for President of Burma

Why is peace-process in Burma too difficult to reach its objective? The civil war has broken out together with the country's independence since 1948. The cost of the civil war pulls Burma down into an abysmal gorge of poverty.

Baba Ramdev begins 3-day fast, warns Govt on black money

oga guru Ramdev on Thursday began a three-day fast giving a "last warning" to government to get a strong Lokpal enacted and bring back blackmoney stashed abroad for which there was a need for an "honest and courageous" Prime Minister.

TNA should not impair Sri Lanka’s nascent humanism

TNA seemed non-receptive to the Idea of Sri Lanka as a center of liberal humanism within a geophysical core—gradually surfacing now. The fiercely relevant urgency to go beyond the devastating military conflict has escaped TNA’s grasp.

NGOs plan massive agitation in Mumbai against ethnic cleansing in Assam and Myanmar

A group of Muslim NGOs came heavily against the Congress-led UPA government in the centre for its inactiveness in regard to Assam’s ethnic violence and Muslim genocide in Myanmar.