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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2345

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Pakistan to annihilate polio virus: Immunization counters to be set up at airports

The government has planned to set up polio vaccination counters at airports to ensure children leaving the country are vaccinated against the polio virus.

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Benefits Of Diesel Subsidy - A story from Mumbai

Government has announced that bulk diesel consumers like railways and state transport corporations have to purchase diesel at market-determined rates, while diesel purchased at fuel outlets will continue to receive subsidy.

Benefits Of Diesel Subsidy -  A story from Mumbai
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Non-Christians from Zhavame express their support for Z Lohe

In a major setback to the sitting NPF MLA Deo Nukhu of 17 Chizami Assembly Constituency, non-Christian people in his own Zhavame (Zhamai) village have voluntarily come out to support former Assembly Speaker, Z Lohe, who is also strongly pitted to get NPF ticket for the ensuing Nagaland assembly elections slated for February 23 next.

Non-Christians from Zhavame express their support for Z Lohe
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Is it murder or suicide?

In an emotionally charged message to the nation, ‘Who killed Tony Greig?’ Professor Carlo Fonseka, Chairman National Authority on Tobacco/Alcohol (NATA) has concluded that the death of the famous cricket commentator Greig is a ‘pre-meditated murder’.

Is it murder or suicide?
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Burma: Will President recover country’s education prestige

Burma President U Thein Sein accepted Honorary Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Technology Management by Bansomdejchaopraya Rajabhat University (BSRU) at the Credentials Hall of the Presidential Palace Wednesday, The New Light of Myanmar newspaper said today.

Burma: Will President recover country’s education prestige
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Canada's treatment of her ethnic minorities exposed: Uses double-standards to address Sri Lanka issues

Way back in September- October 2011 when the Canadian Government of Stephen Harper and his Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird notified the United Nations General Assembly and the House of Commons that Sri Lanka's reconciliation process is not effectively taking place to bring the 12% minority ethnic Tamils into the mainstream, the mis-treatment of its native Indian ethnic people, referred to as the First Nations, was appalling and has been rightly highlighted by commentators and the UN with contempt.

Canada's treatment of her ethnic minorities exposed: Uses double-standards to address Sri Lanka issues
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Army Commander Handed over Report on LLRC Recommendations to Secretary Defence

The report on recommendations of the Board of Officers appointed by the commander of the army, on implementation of the recommendations made by the the LLRC was yesterday officially handed over to the Secretary of Defence and Urban Development Mr. Gotabaya Rajapaksa.

Army Commander Handed over Report on LLRC Recommendations to Secretary Defence
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Sri Lanka suspended the release of Kamal Hassans 'Viswaroopam '– Tamil Movie

Sri Lanka Government has suspended the screening of the Indian Tamil language film ‘Vishwaroopam’, produced and directed by Indian Actor Kamal Hassan, who also played the lead role in the film.

Sri Lanka suspended  the release of  Kamal Hassans 'Viswaroopam '– Tamil Movie
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