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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2347

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President of Cyprus looks forward to attending Colombo CHOGM - Minister of External Affairs informed in Nicosia

Sri Lanka has the warmest wishes of the Republic of Cyprus with regard to the hosting of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in November, and he is himself looking forward to attending the Summit in Colombo, Mr. Nicos Anastasiades, President of Cyprus, said in Nicosia on Friday.

Professor G.L. Peiris, Minister of External Affairs is with Mr. Nicos Anastasiades, President of Cyprus
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Beyond Your Pension: What Should Be Done? Beyond Your Pension: What Should Be Done?

Life expectancy has reached 74.9 years in Sri Lanka today. This reflects the considerable successes the country has achieved in its social development during the post – independence era. These include the control of Malaria, free education and health, provision of welfare services, and delivery of basic infrastructure services, including transport connectivity, electricity and water and sanitation to a wide cross section of the people.

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State Department Places Muhammad Jamal under Sanctions

The U.S. State Department said it has named Muhammad Jamal, along with his network, as a terrorist.

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U.S. Embassy Expresses Concern Regarding Violence in Maldives

In a statement, the US embassy in Colombo has expressed its concern regarding the upsurge of violence in Maldives.

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At last Selvam Adaikkalanathan managed a ministerial berth to his own nephew

Latest information reveals that Selvam Adaikalanathan M.P. and the leader of TELO has gone against the decision of the Party Presidium and managed to get his own nephew Dr. Deneeswaran of Vidaththaltivu nominated as Northern Provincial Council Minister for Local Government.

At last Selvam Adaikkalanathan managed a ministerial berth to his own  nephew
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US captured al Qaeda operative: Brits used him, US once released him

The U.S. Army's "Delta Force" operators, with the assistance of the FBI agents and the CIA officers in a daring broad day light drama in a street in Tripoli, Libya in the morning hours of Saturday, 05 October captured onetime al Qaeda operative and computer expert Nazih Abdul-Hamed Nabih al-Ruqai'i, known by the alias Abu Anas al-Libya.

Anas al-Liby captured by US in Libya
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