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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2423

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TAGDV honors veteran stage artist S Ve Shekher

Tamil Association of Greater Delaware Valley (TAGDV) in Philadelphia honored veteran stage and movie artist S Ve Shekher with a Lifetime achievement award for promoting social causes like blood, eye and organ donation through stage plays and for a world record of competing 5800 stage shows.

Julian Krinsky honors S Ve Shekher
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British Prime Minister David Cameron will attend CHOGM in Sri Lanka - Dr. Chris Nonis

British Prime Minister David Cameron, and Foreign Secretary William Hague, will be attending the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Sri Lanka, Dr Chris Nonis, Sri Lankan High Commissioner to the UK confirmed.

British Prime Minister David Cameron with Dr. Chris Nonis Sri Lanka High Commissioner in UK
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US eased travel ban on Myanmar officials

The United States government lifted a visa ban on Thursday on former Myanmar's military officials, their business partners, and immediate families to support reforms in the country.

Myanmar President Thein Sein
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The Demise of TV: video streaming sites accelerate the endgame

Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon.com and the most innovative, living-technical visionary of our time, is doing what exactly late Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple, used to do up until his death: defining our future needs on our behalf and then arranging the landscape for smooth adaptation, while taking the mere mortals by complete surprise.

The Demise of TV: video streaming sites accelerate the endgame
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Face Life with confidence – President Mahinda at Darmashoka Vidyalaya

President Mahinda Rajapaksha appealed in his address that everyone should have positive approach in facing life with confidence while basically having confidence in oneself , when he participated in the award giving ceremony of Darmashoka Vidyalaya of Ambalangoda.

President Mahinda Rajapaksa giving away prizes  at Annual Prize distribution of Darmashoka Vidyalaya Ambalangoda (Pix By: Sudath Silva)
Face Life with confidence – President Mahinda at   Darmashoka Vidyalaya
Face Life with confidence – President Mahinda at   Darmashoka Vidyalaya
Face Life with confidence – President Mahinda at   Darmashoka Vidyalaya
Face Life with confidence – President Mahinda at   Darmashoka Vidyalaya
Face Life with confidence – President Mahinda at   Darmashoka Vidyalaya
Face Life with confidence – President Mahinda at   Darmashoka Vidyalaya
Face Life with confidence – President Mahinda at   Darmashoka Vidyalaya
Face Life with confidence – President Mahinda at   Darmashoka Vidyalaya
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Presenting Credential by Sri Lankan High Commissioner at Papua New Guinea

Admiral Thisara Samarasinghe, High Commissioner for Australia concurrently accredited to Papua New Guinea presented the Letter of Credence of Mahinda Rajapaksa, President of Sri Lanka to the Governor General of Papua New Guinea Grand Chief Sir Michael Ogio,, at the Government House Konedobu, Papua New Guinea.

Admiral Thisara Samarasinghe, High Commissioner for Australia concurrently accredited to Papua New Guinea presented letter of credential  to the Governor General of Papua New Guinea Grand Chief Sir Michael Ogio,, at the Government House Konedobu, Papua New Guinea.
 Presenting Credential by Sri Lankan High Commissioner at Papua New Guinea
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Arab Idol Abdel Karim Hamdan !

I have been a keen follower of American Idol since it was first introduced in the year 2002. It has become a recognized springboard for launching the career of many, Carrie Underwood being one of the most successful of the lot.

Arab Idol Abdel Karim Hamdan
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Arab Idol Abdel Karim Hamdan !

I have been a keen follower of American Idol since it was first introduced in the year 2002. It has become a recognized springboard for launching the career of many, Carrie Underwood being one of the most successful of the lot.

Arab Idol Abdel Karim Hamdan
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Bangladesh – A Nation Divided? – Part 5

Crime should never be condoned and criminals need to be punished for their crimes. So, in the context of Bangladesh/East Pakistan of 1971 who should be punished for all those crimes that took the lives of so many – probably anywhere from 50,000 to 3 million, depending on whose version one accepts?

Bangladesh – A Nation Divided? – Part 5
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