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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2370

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Tagore Remembered

A book titled, “Tagore and Sri Lanka”, was released by Dr. Sarath Amunug ama, Senior Minister for International Monetary Cooperation & Deputy Minister of Finance and Prof. G.L. Peiris, Minister of External Affairs, Government of Sri Lanka in presence of Ashok K. Kantha, High Commissioner of India.

Tagore Remembered
Tagore Remembered
Tagore Remembered
Tagore Remembered
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Sri Lankan Export, Investment & Tourism promoted in Los Angeles

The Consulate General of Sri Lanka in Los Angeles participated at the 87th Annual World Trade Week.

Sri Lankan Export, Investment & Tourism promoted in Los Angeles
Sri Lankan Export, Investment & Tourism promoted in Los Angeles
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Sweden's humanitarian aid in 2013

In 2012, Sweden was the third largest bilateral humanitarian donor in the world after the United States and the United Kingdom. Since 2005, Sweden's humanitarian aid contributions have risen from SEK 3.3 billion to over SEK 5 billion in 2012.

Minister for International Development Cooperation Gunilla Carlsson
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Sri Lankan Embassy in South Korea conducts Mobile Services for its citizens

The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Seoul conducted ten (10) Consular & Labour Mobile Services during the months of April and May 2013, for the benefit of Sri Lankan citizens living and employed in South Korea.

Sri Lankan Embassy in South Korea conducts Mobile Services for its citizens
Sri Lankan Embassy in South Korea conducts Mobile Services for its citizens
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Report on Burma : Severe Human Rights Abuses

Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) released a new report on human rights in Burma following a four-week fact-finding visit to the country.

A burnt-out madrassa
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Burma calls for peace while its military continues war

Since the government has publicly declared its reform plans including national reconciliation, it ought to carefully control its armed forces to support the peacemaking efforts. But, presently, the Burma armed forces seem to be going against the peace plan made by the President.

Burma calls for peace while its military continues war
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