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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2342

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Burmese Government Urged to End Religious Intolerance

Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) has expressed its deep concerned about a dramatic increase in religious intolerance in Burma, illustrated most dramatically in the recent crisis in the central Burmese town of Meiktilar.

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Musharraf returns to Pakistan

Former military dictator Pervez Musharraf returned to Pakistan on Sunday afternoon from four years of self-exile in Dubai and London. Though he landed in Karachi as per schedule, his first hours back were not as he or his core supporters had planned them out to be.

After more than four years in self-imposed exile the former general who led Pakistan for nearly a decade has returned to his homeland to a noisy by relatively modest reception.
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Kerala a role model for all!

You ask any person from Kerala where is he from, his prompt response will be ‘I am from Kerala! " class="caption" align="right" />

Mahatma Gandhi once said, “Educate one man, you educate one person but educate a woman and you educate a whole civilization.”
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Conflicting versions of Hizb militant arrest

Taking note of the conflicting versions of the Delhi police and Jammu and Kashmir police, the Home Ministry is likely to order a probe on circumstances leading to the arrest of suspected Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Liyaqat Ali Shah.

 Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists
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PM going to Durban BRICS summit

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh leaves on Monday on a four-day visit to Durban in South Africa to attend a five-nation Summit on March 26 and 27 that could launch a BRICS development bank and discuss ways to reform governance in international financial institutions.

PM going to Durban BRICS summit
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Cyprus Teeters on the Edge…

The scenario of Cyprus going bankrupt on Monday seems to have been averted at the eleventh hour after intense negotiations involving the Cypriot government, the IMF and the EU. The crucial meeting, which was delayed by five hours on Sunday evening, was a make-or-break event, not only for the tiny Mediterranean nation, but also for the Eurozone.

Cyprus Teeters on the Edge…
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