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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2403

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Embassy Of Sri Lanka In Stockholm Hosts Festive Christmas Celebration

On 20th December 2012, the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Stockholm celebrated Christmas for the first time in the Embassy's history with the participation of Sri Lankans living in Sweden and special guests.

Corporate Czar Ratan Tata retires in style, spends time with factory staff

Corporate icon Ratan Tata on Friday retired as Chairman of Tata Group after a 50-year run predicting that India's growth will re-establish after the 'passing phase' of a difficult environment, which will most likely continue in the next year.

Korean Government Launches Sinhala e-services

The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Seoul celebrated the launch of the e-People service in Sinhala on 21st December 2012.

Gang-rape victim has brain injuries, still critical

The 23-year-old Delhi gang-rape victim has significant brain injury, infection in lungs and abdomen and she is currently struggling against all odds at Mount Elizabeth Hospital, Singapore, where her condition continues to be "extremely critical", the hospital said on Thursday.

Talking nonsense!

I expected that Mahela will make amends for his failure in the first Test, where he scored 12 and 19 respectively.

Telangana issue unresolved; Bandh call after all-party talks

Union home minister Sushil Kumar Shinde, who chaired a meeting of Andhra political parties on the Telangana issue on Friday, has said a decision on formation of the separate state will be taken in a month.

CSW Urges Burma To Stop Military Offensive Against Kachin

Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) today urged Burma’s military to end its offensive against the majority Christian Kachin people in northern Burma immediately, and called on the international community to put pressure on the government of Burma to engage in a meaningful political dialogue with the Kachin and other ethnic nationalities.

Yuvraj Singh helps India beat Pak, level T-20 series

Yuvraj Singh's career-best T20 knock and Dinda's late fight back helped India clinch a thrilling 11-run victory over Pakistan to level the two-match Twenty20 series.

Lalin’s Coloumn: First Battalion the Gemunu Watch –The Golden Jubilee- 7 December 2012

The First Battalion Gemunu Watch celebrated its 50th Anniversary on 7th December 2012 at its spiritual home in the garrison town of Diyatalawa. The Gemunu Watch, SL’s third senior Infantry regiment has 24 battalions now. The colours of the Watch are red, gold, blue and silver. The emblem on its silver and gold cap badge and on its Regimental Colours is a proud peacock.


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