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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2619

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Sri Lanka requested UN Human Rights Council Members to Reject US Sponsored Resolution by a Vote

Sri Lanka declared that the draft that the draft resolution before UN Human Rights Council erodes the sovereignty of the people of Sri Lanka and the core values of the UN Charter, the Universal Declaration on Human Rights and the basic principles of law that postulate equality among all people and requested members of the Council to reject this resolution by a vote.

Ambassador Mr. Ravinatha P. Aryasinha
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An Official Explanation why India Abstained from Voting in the US Sponsored Resolution Against Sri Lanka

Resolution is inconsistent and impractical in asking Sri Lanka and UNHRC to do investigation simultaneously," said, Dilip Sinha, Permanent Representative of India to the UN office.

Ambassador  Dilip Sinha - Permanent Representative of India to the UN Offices   in Geneva
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Kerry talks of probe by Navi Pillay office on Sri Lanka

The Government of the United States which took two steps forward with its Stars and Stripes Flag in hand to subject Sri Lanka to a global investigative mechanism took a step back to settle for Navy Pillay's office to engage in an internal probe on Sri Lanka's human rights situation as depicted by the statement issued by Secretary of State John Kerry.

US Secretary of State John Kerry.
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Bangladesh: Hasina Wajid lacks Sportsman Spirit

Bangladeshi Prime Minister, Hasina Wajid got furious after seeing local supporters flying Pakistani flags during Pakistan matches against Australia and India in Cricket World Cup T-20.

Bangladesh: Hasina Wajid lacks Sportsman Spirit
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