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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2396

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Apartheid Did Not Die in South Africa: Twenty Years by Another Name

Sri Lanka, which ended a brutal insurgency after twenty six years in May 2009 seems to be looking toward South Africa, recommended by the West using as a 'Global Example' of reconciliation , to establish a 'Truth and Reconciliation Commission'.

Apartheid Did Not Die in South Africa: Twenty Years by Another Name
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US Ambassador Celebrates Earth Day with Sri Lankan Girl Guides

To celebrate Earth Day 2014, U.S. Ambassador to Sri Lanka Michele Sison met with Sri Lankan Girl Guides as they launched their "Earth Day Ambassadors" program. Sixty girls from Girl Guides chapters in Jaffna, Kandy and Colombo were selected to be “Earth Day Ambassadors”.

US Ambassador Celebrates Earth Day with Sri Lankan Girl Guides
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Madam Srimavo Bandaranaike Remembered On Her 98th Birth Anniversary

Private Secretaries to the Cabinet Ministers of the 1970-1977 government held a commemorative alms giving on 17th April at the Gamini Matha Elders' Home of the Young Mens' Buddhist Association situated at Sir James Peries Mawata, Colombo 2.

Madam Srimavo Bandaranaike Remembered On Her 98th Birth Anniversary
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Sri Lanka Has Achieved a Lot, Korean Envoy Tells President Rajapaksa

During a meeting with President Mahinda Rajapaksa on April 21 evening at Temple Trees, Special Envoy and former Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea Mr. Yu Myung-hwan said, “Sri Lanka has achieved a lot” since the war ended.

Special Envoy and former Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea Mr. Yu Myung-hwan called on President Mahinda Rajapaksa yesterday (April 21) evening at Temple Trees.
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Can the Nagaland Education Minister remain silent?

Nagaland Governor Dr Ashwani Kumar always emphasizes on the “quality education” in the State and once cautioned, while speaking at the 20th Foundation Day of Nagaland University at Kohima last year, that "If we delay in taking corrective measures and do not immediately rework our curriculum and courses, we will be doing injustice to our children." He called on academicians, politicians and civil societies to start providing quality education to the students of the state.

Can the Nagaland Education Minister remain silent?
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