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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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CAG reports indict Govt, BJP demands resignation

Three key CAG reports were tabled in Parliament on Friday indicting the government of causing a combined loss of crores of rupees to the national exchequer.

Lok Sabha rises as one to console scared people of North-East

The Lok Sabha on Friday rose as one to console the people from the north-east who are fleeing parts of the country driven by rumours of impending attacks on them and demanded strong action against those creating fear psychosis.

Ecuador resents British terrorizing her on behalf of the U.S.: Assange given asylum

When the Government of Britain threatened the South American nation Ecuador that it will forcibly storm its embassy in London to get the WikiLeaks whistleblower Julian Assange which was obvious to the entire political world that it was clearly in the interest of the United States, the representative democratic government of Ecuador told Britain that it is not a 'British colony' and the Western power to back off without terrorizing their nation.

V P pick Ryan ignites combative dialogue in US

Paul Ryan picked as VP to energize the Republican campaign has sent the election campaign rhetoric ablaze after President Obama fired the opening salvo, stating “He’s a decent man. He is a family man. He is an articulate spokesman for Governor Romney’s vision. But it’s a vision that I fundamentally disagree with.” The dialogue caught fire.

Eid Al-Fitr on Sunday

The Saudi authorities have announced that Saturday will be the 30th day of Ramadan and Eid Al-Fitr, marking the end of the fasting month, will be celebrated in the Kingdom on Sunday.


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