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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2784

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Put pressure on Pak to return head of killed soldier, says Army Chief

Army chief Gen Bikram Singh has said the Pakistan army should be pressurized to return the head of Lance Naik Hemraj, , who was beheaded by its troops in Poonch sector in Jammu and Kashmir.

Call For Internationalize Action To Pressurize Burma To Stop Attacks In Kachi State

Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) has called for international action following the Burma Army’s bombardment of Laiza, on the China-Burma border, in which three civilians, including a 76 year-old Christian pastor and a 15 year-old boy, were killed and four others injured.

Lakhs converge for holy dip in Ganga on Mahakumbh

More than a million pilgrims took a plunge in the sacred Ganges river to wash away lifetime of sins on Monday in Allahabad, in a great start to an ever-growing religious gathering that is already considered the world's largest.

Can HIV Positive Couples Lead A Happy Conjugal Life?

In Gujarat, people living with HIV are looking at a new therapy – marriage within the community of HIV positive people. Activist G.V. Joshi cites the example of a diamond worker Manohar, who was HIV positive and unmarried when he met his future wife Sujata at counselling meetings.

Rizana Nafeek’s Father hospitalized

The Father of the executed Rizana Nafeek is hospitalized at the Muthur Base Hospital as he was suddenly suffering from breathing problem.

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