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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2397

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Successful Conclusion of the “I Helped Build a School,” Charity Fundraiser

The High Commission of Sri Lanka in Kuala Lumpur in collaboration with the Sri Lankan Workers Welfare Society and of Sri Lanka Expatriate community living in Malaysia organized a Sri Lankan Musical and Cultural a fundraising event themed “I Helped Build a School”.

Successful Conclusion of the “I Helped Build a School,” Charity Fundraiser
Successful Conclusion of the “I Helped Build a School,” Charity Fundraiser
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Cabinet approves amendments to official language policy

Cabinet approval was granted for a proposal made by the Public Administration Ministry to amend the Public Administration Circular no 07/2007 relating to the Implementation of the official languages policy and its amendments.

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Sri Lankan born Michelle de Kretser is awarded the prestigious Miles Franklin prize

Sri Lankan-born author Michelle de Kretser who now lives in Sydney, won Australia's top literature prize, the Miles Franklin award for her novel "Questions of Travel" that follows two people on separate journeys. She was chosen from a shortlist of five writers, all of whom were female, to win the A$60,000 ($57,000) prize.

Sri Lankan-born author Michelle de Kretser  -Photograph: guardian.co.uk
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South African Hero Still In Critical Condition

US President Barack Obama has dropped his plan to meet South Africa’s first Black President Nelson Mandela during his visit this week, but it is now revealed that the idea was dropped due to Mandela’s condition.

Nelson Mandela remained in critical condition Tuesday
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Pakistani Army Chief to arrive in Sri Lanka Tomorrow

Pakistani Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani is due to undertake a three day visit to Sri Lanka starting from 27th of this month. This will be his second visit as he previously visited Sri Lanka in January 2011.

Pakistani Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani
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Snowden to pass through Norway to Iceland - Pirate Party Norway

Organization Pirate Party Norway claims that the U.S. spy accused Edward Snowden would land at Oslo Gardermon airport on his way to Iceland to be embraced as a political refugee.

(on left) Co-Chairman of the Norwegian Pirate Party, Øystein Middelthun
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