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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2398

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Sri Lanka to establish to cooperation with Kasetsat University for training in irrigation engineering

During his visit to Thailand, Minister Nimal Sripala de Silva met with the rector of Kasetsat University, and other high officials, with a view to establish cooperation between Kasetsat University and Sri Lanka in the area of training personnel in irrigation engineering.

Sri Lanka to establish to   cooperation  with Kasetsat University  for training in irrigation engineering
Sri Lanka to establish to   cooperation  with Kasetsat University  for training in irrigation engineering
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End Violence against Women

The violence is an act of aggression of a person against someone or by a group of persons against opponent cluster of persons. Sometimes, an individual perform the act of violence against oneself and reaches at that stage of antagonism where ultimately either lose senses or go for suicide.

End Violence against Women
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Maldives Seeks Sri Lanka's Assistance for Food Security

The Maldives has requested Sri Lanka for assistance in several agricultural areas towards achieving food security in the island nation. This was expressed by the visiting Maldivian Minister of Defense and National Security Col. (ret) Mohamed Nazim when he called on President Mahinda Rajapaksa at Temple Trees day before yesterday (July 9) afternoon.

Maldives Seeks Sri Lanka's Assistance for Food Security. (Pix By : Chandana Perera)
Maldives Seeks Sri Lanka's Assistance for Food Security
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Students of Kilinochchi Maha Vidyala meet President

Students of Kilinochchi Maha Vidyalaya visited ‘Temple Trees’ on July 9 at the end of their six day educational tour to Colombo.

Students of Kilinochchi  Maha Vidyalayam are seen engaging in pleasant conversation  with the President (Pix By : Sudath Silva)
Students of Kilinochchi Maha Vidyala meet President
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July 12 Consultative Meeting on Article 371 (A) likely to be stormy

After the recent direct questioning of the Constitutional validity of Article 371(A) by the Home Ministry with regard to the passing of the “Nagaland Petroleum & Natural Gas Regulations, 2012,” by the “Nagaland Legislative Assembly” on September 22, 2012, the Constitutional interpretations with regard to the Article 371(A) have been going on.

July 12 Consultative Meeting on Article 371 (A) likely to be stormy
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Channel 4's positive approach

The Channel 4 in the UK, which is usually get involved in controversial issues, has decided to broadcast the Muslim call to prayer live every morning during Ramadan.

Channel 4's positive approach
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