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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2828

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Virbhadra Singh sworn in Himachal Pradesh CM

An old war horse, who could not be put down by allegations of corruption or infighting in the Congress, Virbhadra Singh steered the party back to power in Himachal Pradesh with a spirited campaign this time.

Jinnah’s birth anniversary

The 136th birth anniversary of founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah is being celebrated today with reverence, renewing the pledge to follow his guiding principles to steer the country out crises.

Doordarshan suspends staff for reaching late to record PM statement

Doordarshan has ordered an inquiry and put five of its employees under suspension after its team failed to reach Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's official residence well in time on Monday to record his speech in connection with the Delhi gangrape case.

A message with a hidden agenda

Normally greetings on an important occasion consist of good wishes and free from dirty politics. Israeli prime-minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Christmas greeting is made up of radicalization of communities living in peace and harmony.

Gang-rape case: CM, police at loggerheads

After the blame game, an open war has broken out between Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit, who complained of “interference” by police officers in the recording of gang-rape victim’s statement, and Delhi Police which on Tuesday demanded a probe into the “leakage” of her letter to the Home Minister.

Will Sri Lanka get the revenge after Seventeen years at MCG?

It was way back in 1995.The place was Melbourne Cricket Ground(MCG).The match started on Boxing day when Australian umpire Darrell Hair called Sri Lankan spin wizard Muttiah Muralitharan for throwing (This was done in front of large crowd and according to ESPN nearly 5 5239 spectators have witnessed this incident)for the first time.

Mandela in 'good spirits’ - Zuma

Nelson Mandela looks "much better" after medical treatment and doctors are pleased with his progress, President Jacob Zuma said after visiting the anti-apartheid icon in hospital today.