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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2340

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Myanmar reform needs freedom, justice and equality

The grassroots in Burma or Myanmar have doubts about the changes run by the President U Thein Sein Government as people have never had a taste of freedom, justice and equality. As a matter of fact, working-class including farmers are hesitant to accept the current situation as a change.

 President U Thein Sein
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Aliens are already living among us: former Canadian defence minister says so

It seems to be fairly coincidental that a pilot of a British Airways A32O airbus reporting a close encounter with a UFO – Unidentified Flying Object – near Heathrow Airport, the world’s busiest airport, during the day and the disclosure of a fact by a former Canadian defence minister that aliens are already among us, this week , through two different channels.

Aliens are already living among us: former Canadian defence minister says so
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Letter from America: Sharon’s Eventual Death

The former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, known as the Butcher, died last Saturday. He was in a vegetative state at the Sheba Medical Center near Tel Aviv since suffering a stroke in January 2006. It’s rather unusual, not incredible though, for someone to have been in coma this long! The 85-year-old former general defied such odds but like any mortal had to eventually die.

Letter from America: Sharon’s Eventual Death
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Expelled Devyani Khobragade a 'persona non grata' in US

Expelled Devyani Khobragade, India’s former deputy consul general in New York is being virtually treated as a 'persona non grata' and may be permitted to visit the US only to subject herself to the jurisdiction of court.

Devyani Khobragade,  India’s former deputy consul general in New York
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