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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2340

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Sinhala and Tamil New Year ushered in by the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Israel

The Embassy of Sri Lanka hosted a daylong event with the Sri Lankan community in Israel to celebrate the Sinhala and Tamil New Year on 13th April 2013 at the Beth Dani Hall in Tel Aviv amidst the presence of a large gathering of dignitaries from the Diplomatic Corp and senior Israeli officials from various governmental agencies.

Sinhala and Tamil New Year ushered in by the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Israel
Sinhala and Tamil New Year ushered in by the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Israel
Sinhala and Tamil New Year ushered in by the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Israel
Sinhala and Tamil New Year ushered in by the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Israel
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Sri Lankan Embassy in Kuwait holds Medical Camp

The Sri Lankan Embassy in Kuwait in conjunction with Al Rahma Committee for medical services and Indian Youth Club conducted a free medical camp recently to cater to the health needs of thousands Sri Lankans in Kuwait.

Sri Lankan Embassy in Kuwait holds Medical Camp
Sri Lankan Embassy in Kuwait holds Medical Camp
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Should asthma control us or we control asthma?

Managing asthma and controlling it well is the only way to live normally. Despite knowing this evidence-based fact and also recognizing estimates of alarming asthma rates in children and adults, most governments have neglected asthma control and not done enough.

Dr. Rajendra Prasad
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Tourism Promotion Road Show in the State of Kuwait

The outbound tourism from Middle Eastern region has been increasing since last few years tremendously and t300he same were reflected by the respective tourist statistics to Sri Lanka from the said market.

Tourism Promotion Road Show in the State of Kuwait
Tourism Promotion Road Show in the State of Kuwait
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Sri Lanka export-DCA eases

Colombo, 09 May, (Asiantribune.com): Despite a decline of 6% in exports due to global turmoil, Sri Lanka’s exports diversification has strongly improved for the better. Also according to the latest research findings by EDB, apparel sector has new challenges in its exports leadership.

Rishad Bathiudeen (Minister of Industry and Commerce –centre), Ms. Sujatha Weerakoone, Director General of EDB-left), Anura Siriwardene (Secretary, Ministry of Industry and Commerce-second from right) and PD Fernando (DG-Commerce-far right) face exports realities of Sri Lanka on 07 May in Colombo.
Sri Lanka export-DCA eases
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