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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2787

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Use of Lankan Refugees images - Indian Congress fraudulent election campaign exposed

It has now become the hot topic in numerous social websites of Indian National Congress making use of Lankan refugees image in the Gujarat Assembly election campaign.

DMK seeks discussion on 2G Spectrum after row over loss estimate

The DMK on Monday gave notice for a discussion in Lok Sabha on the 2G spectrum issue, on which it had come under a lot of flak, in the wake of claims made by former CAG official R P Singh.

Loopholes in Vikatan interview of LTTE woman reduced to a sex worker

This is in reference to the Ananada Vikatan magazine “interview” of a former LTTE women wing leader, who has now been reduced to a sex worker in Sri Lanka.

Parliament deadlock: No consensus on FDI at all party meet

The all-party meeting called to break the deadlock in Parliament over the government's decision to allow FDI in retail ended without any breakthrough on Monday. The BJP-led National Democratic Alliance and the Left stuck to their demand for a vote on the decision, but the government has offered only a discussion.

Slavery in Saudi Arabia

The United Nations, Human Rights Organizations and other governmental and non-governmental organizations and administrations are trying their utmost, to the greatest possible degree, to eradicate the vestiges of slavery from its very roots.

Attack on Gadkari: BJP issues show cause notice to Ram Jethmalani

The Bharatiya Janata Party issued a show cause notice on Monday to suspended party MP Ram Jethmalani for allegedly breaking party discipline.