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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2785

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Indian Govt seeks more info from Swedish firm IKEA

India’s Finance ministry has sought more information from IKEA for its India investment plans and will take up the Swedish furniture major's proposal to open cafeterias at its proposed mega retail outlets next week.

Resolve to shun the killer habit!

We note that there is a concerted effort by the UK government to try and discourage smokers and save them from this dreadful habit.

Govt to roll out cash transfer scheme on January 1

The government will roll out its ambitious scheme of transferring cash to beneficiaries of select schemes in 20 districts on Tuesday, but food, fertilizer and fuel subsidies will not be covered in the initial phase.

Doctors now say, Hillary Clinton has blood clot between brain and skull

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's doctors said on Monday that she is being treated for a blood clot behind her right ear.

Delhi Govt announces Rs 15 lakh relief for gang-rape victim family

The Delhi government on Monday announced financial aid of Rs 15 lakh for the next of the kin of the 23-year-old gang-rape victim and offered a job to a family member of the girl, who died two days ago.

Government officers in the North have to ensure their availability on Wednesdays to public – Governor Chandrasri

All Government officers in the Northern Province have to be in their offices on every Wednesday and they must be available for the people who visit their offices.