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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2956

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Indian Coast Guard continue to train SL personnel

Adding to the continuous training sessions conducted by the visiting Indian Coast Guard ships ‘Vishwast’ and ‘Rajkamal’, a pollution response equipment deployment exercise was carried out onboard ICGS Vishwast on last December 24th.

Indian Coast Guard continue to train SL personnel
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Burma has a deadly political fever

Burma or Myanmar has a serious political sickness in the name of ‘constitution change’ that spread throughout the country especially in the ethnic constituencies.

Though USDP’s MPs submitted a constitutional amendment, it is not predictable to meet Suu Kyi's dream for presidency;
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Remembering the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami

On 26 December 2004, the world witnessed a devastating natural disaster with an impact that still reverberates nine years later. One of the strongest earthquakes ever recorded struck off the west coast of Aceh, Indonesia, triggering massive tsunami waves that cut a path of destruction across borders. The lack of tsunami warning systems in the region left coastal communities unprepared for the enormity of the devastation as cascading walls of water swallowed up lives and livelihoods.

 Recalling the Tsunami havoc in Indonesia
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Thank goodness, he saw only angels!

Thmsanqa Jantjie, who performed fake sign language during Mandela’s memorial, is reported to have been admitted to a psychiatric hospital, according to his wife Siziwe.

Thmsanqa Jantjie,  is seen  performing  fake sign during the funeral oration by US President Barack Obama
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Indian National arrested photographing Military and Naval installations in Nchchikuddah

S. Sritharan, TNA MP for Kilinochchi has been left off the hook, while one of the Indian Journalist for whom he provided transport facilities in his vehicle was arrested for flouting immigration laws, photographing Army and Naval installations in Nachchikudah police region, located in the western costal border of the Pooeryn area in the North.

S. Sritharan the TNA  MP for Kilinochchi has been left off the hook
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