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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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Musharraf stopped from leaving Pakistan

Pakistan on Saturday stopped former President Pervez Musharraf from leaving the country a day after a court ordered it.

Pakistan on Saturday stopped former President Pervez Musharraf from leaving the country
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How Gamal Abdel Nasser brought me close to a limousine driver

During our visit to Egypt we stayed in a five star facility, in Cairo, by the river Nile. We enjoyed the Nile cruise every night because it provided traditional Egyptian food with live music and the famous Egyptian belly dance.

Late Egyptian leader Gamal Abdel Nasser, whom every Egyptian loved without any reservation.
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Beni, Mulayam warfare continues

Showing no signs of relenting in his tirade against ruling Samajwad Party in Uttar Pradesh, Union minister Beni Prasad Verma on Saturday alleged the party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav has "cheated minorities" and had a tacit understanding with the BJP.

Union Minister Beni Prasad Verma
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Set your time 1 hour ahead- It is summer time in Europe

Time to get adjusted to longer evenings, as it is that time of the year where you have to set your watches and clocks an hour ahead.

Set your time  1 hour ahead- It is summer time in Europe

How to Pinch a Superpower: Kim Jong-un’s martial experiments

Kim Jong-un, the baby-faced supreme leader of North Korea, has been getting more than the fair share of global attention recently – and for all the wrong reasons. In the ascending order of pugnaciousness, he has been making threats against its immediate neighbor to the south, Japan, the historical enemy and then the world’s only superpower, the US.

How to Pinch a Superpower: Kim Jong-un’s martial experiments
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Letter from America: Bangladesh – A Nation Divided? – Part 1

March 26 is a very important day in the history of Bangladesh. It is celebrated as the Independence Day of Bangladesh although the true liberation of the country came some nine months later in 16 December, 1971.

Letter from America: Bangladesh – A Nation Divided? – Part 1
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The Barbarians Within

With the mob-attack on a Muslim-owned shop, Sri Lanka took a giant leap towards a new conflagration.

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