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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2960

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“Palestine wish to experience the timeless message of Love, Justice, and Peace that the Prince of Peace ....- President Mahmoud Abbas

In his Christmas message Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has thanked those countries that voted for ‘Observer State’ in the United Nations and appeal to those who failed to cast their votes recently in the General Assembly ‘to follow suit’.

NRA's arrogance

While the entire American nation is observing two minute silence in memory of those victims of the attack on 14 December, in Newtown, in which 28 lives lost including the gunman, the National Rifle Association is going on offensive, suggesting to put armed police in every US schools.

Imprudent Governance

One year ago, at a resort in the Rajapaksa-heartland of Tangalle, a British tourist was murdered and his Russian companion brutalised.

Bishops and Other religious dignitaries participated in the Christmas ceremony organized by the Army

Bishops and other religious dignitaries participated in the Christmas ceremony organized by the Army in Kilinochchi.

Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher recovering after surgery

Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher is "absolutely fine" after having a growth from her bladder removed, her spokeswoman said.

Gang-rape rage explodes; PM, Sonia seek strong action

Sustained protests over the gang-rape of a young girl in a bus erupted in Raisina Hill, the seat of power, as thousands of youth clashed with police in Delhi undeterred by the repeated use of water cannons, teargas shells and baton charge.

Letter from America: The Rohingya Question – Part 5

No discussion on anti-Indian riots is, however, complete without a mention of the Japanese invasion of Burma.

Italian Marines flown out of Kochi for Christmas

Early on Saturday morning, the two Italian marines charged with shooting dead two Indian fishermen flew out of Kochi airport in a chartered flight from Italy.

Time to Rethink the US policy on the Uncivilized Burmese Generals

Burma ruled by the Burmese Generals for more than half a century seems to be s the only country in the whole wide world to declare war on humanitarianism.

Ramanujan @125 – mathematical genius who caught glimpses of heaven

Google, being true to its recent tradition, marked the 125th birth anniversary of Srnivasa Ramanujan, the South Indian mathematician, with a doodle depicting his unique invaluable contributions to the field of mathematics on Saturday. The move resurrected the extraordinary story of a young man who effortlessly defied a catalogue of 20th century obstacles to leave his indelible footprints along the beach of time.