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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2957

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Anti –Islam film protests: Thousands throng Karachi

Thousands of people thronged the streets of Pakistan's biggest city of Karachi on Saturday in the latest protest against a US-made anti-Islam film, anti-Islam film, police and witnesses said.

Amazon: the undisputed champion of e-commerce

The American entrepreneurs, who made their names in the digital age, used to have an inexplicable spiritual connection to the most humble place in their respective households – the garage. Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Larry Ellison, college-drop-outs turned three wise men, time and again, referred to the unassuming corner with glee that turned out to be a mystical sanctuary for them in their hour of respective need.

More reforms on way, No FDI link to US: PM

Unfazed by the uproar over FDI in retail and other tough decisions, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday indicated that the government may continue with the reforms process and expressed willingness to discuss issues with allies.

Netanyahu’s ‘Bibibomb’ in the 67th Regular Session of the U.N. General Assembly

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin (a.k.a. Bibi) Netanyahu is known for exploiting visual aids to maximize the impact of his message. Last Thursday during his speech to the UN General Assembly he asked, “How much enriched uranium do you need for a bomb? And how close is Iran to getting it? Well, let me show you. I brought a diagram.”