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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2556

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South Asia’s Fastest Growing Economy: A look At Modern Sri Lanka With Ambassador Kariyawasam

In a satellite photo of the Indian Ocean, the nation of Sri Lanka looks like a mere dot in southeast of India. But to the extent that geography can be destiny, this nation of 21 million has a key position in international politics. More than two-thirds of the world’s petroleum passes through these waters, as does an increasing share of the Western world’s trade with a dynamic Asia.

Ambassador Kariyawasam (File Photo)
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L’affaire Love Letters

L’affaire Love Letters Post on MOD website of Sri Lanka is a timely reminder of a story from Hindu mythology. The name of demon king Bhasmasura often pops up even in routine every day conversations amongst the Hindus even if they are not regular practitioners of the Hindu religious rituals. It is because the Bhasmasura story has nothing to do with religion.

I have excellent personal relations with Jayalalitha: Modi - The Hindu Headline
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Examine root causes for US perception of anti-Western sentiment: Sri Lanka External Affairs Ministry

The Sri Lankan Government says the Security Message for US Citizens issued by the United States Department of State Bureau of Diplomatic Security on 8th August creates a false and alarmist view of the conditions prevalent in Sri Lanka.

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The body of a two-headed dolphin has washed up on a beach in Turkey

The body of a two-headed dolphin has washed up on a beach in Turkey this week.

The Corpse of the Double-headed dolphin
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