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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2341

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Talent rich Pakistan cricket

Pakistan cricket team to win most of its matches abroad was made possible because they are forced to play all their matches away, due to the security situation prevailing in the country.

Javed Miandad cancels India trip after furore over Dawood link

Javed Miandad, whose son is married to underworld don Dawood Ibrahim’s daughter, on Friday cancelled his visit to Delhi in the wake of a raging controversy in India over giving him visa for the trip.

Buddhist Religious Ceremony and Blood Donation at the Sri Lanka Embassy, Cairo

The Sri Lanka Embassy together with the Sri Lanka Association in Cairo organized a Buddhist Religious Ceremony at the Embassy premises from 27th - 28th December 2012 to invoke blessings to President, Mahinda Rajapaksa and all Sri Lankans for the New Year.

Alagiri furious at dad preference for Stalin

There was fresh tension in the DMK after party chief M Karunanidhi hinted on Thursday that Stalin would lead the party after him with his elder son M K Alagiri on Friday sharply remarking that DMK is not a "mutt" to appoint successor.

Burma marks 65th Anniversary Independence Day but Kachin-war keeps on

January 4th is the 65th Anniversary of Burma’s Independence Day which marks the victory of the nation’s independence struggle. President of Burma (Myanmar) Thein Sein has delivered a message to the nation and its people on the occasion of the 65th Anniversary Independence Day.

Murder charges : Italian Marines return after Christmas

Contrary to media speculation, The two Italian Marines, facing murder charges in Kerala, on Friday surrendered their passports at the trial court in Kollam (Kerala) within hours of returning to India after Christmas holidays at home.

Effective civil, military coordination vital to tackle terrorism: Pakistan PM

Prime Minister of Pakistan Raja Pervez Ashraf Friday urged national security institutions to further improve intelligence gathering and establish effective coordination among civil and military institutions to comprehensively tackle terrorism.

"National Conference on the Role of Youth in Reconciliation"

Hambantota district parliamentarian and Tharunyata Hetak Organization chairman Namal Rajapaksa said that youth should not feel constrained to forge links with their counterparts in other communities.

Legal Education Council not to interfere with results Law College entrance examination

Principal of Sri Lanka Law College Dr.W.D. Rodrigo in a press release has indicated that, The Council of Legal Education, which is the administrative body of the Sri Lanka Law College, has decided not to interfere with the results of the Law College Entrance Examination 2012, and to proceed with the registrations as scheduled.


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