Skip to Content

Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2403

Monthly archive

“No Indian vote against Sri Lanka” but “a strong bi-lateral neighbourhood policy

The above Caption summariseswhat Satya Moorthy wrote in Ceylon Today newspaper dated 13th March 2014. The article had been originally featured in the Observer Research Foundation, Chennai Chapter.

“No Indian vote against Sri Lanka” but “a strong bi-lateral neighbourhood policy
diconary view

President Congratulates New Chilean President

President Mahinda Rajapaksa has, in a message, congratulated the new President of Chile Michelle Bachelet who was sworn in last week as the country’s next president after winning elections in December of last year.

 President Congratulates New Chilean President
diconary view

Khushwant Singh missed his century by just one!

Renowned Indian writer, editor and translator Khushwant Singh died on 20 March aged 99.

Khushwant Singh missed his century by just one!
diconary view

Joint Feasibility Study on the Sri Lanka – China Free Trade Agreement finalized

The finalization of the Joint Feasibility Study on the Sri Lanka - China Free Trade Agreement (FTA) was announced by Wang Shouwen, Assistant Minister of Commerce of China and Dr. P.B. Jayasundera, Secretary Finance and Planning of Sri Lanka during their official meeting in Beijing on 11th March 2014.

diconary view

Regulating sale of anti-tuberculosis drugs hailed

The government of India’s notification which came into effect on 1st March 2014 aims to arrest irrational sale and use of anti-tuberculosis drugs (and other 45 third and fourth generation antibiotics).

Regulating sale of anti-tuberculosis drugs hailed
diconary view

UNHRC: Contours for a resolution that matters for Sri Lankans

The Sri Lankan issue that has awakened the interest of a section of the international community and the UNHRC and its Commissioner, specifically the last days of the war against the LTTE although they all slept through 30 years of worst human rights abuses and crimes against humanity committed by the LTTE against all Sri Lankans, needs to be looked at from the point of view of what really matters now for Sri Lankans living in Sri Lanka.

UNHRC: Contours for a resolution that matters for Sri Lankans
diconary view


.