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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2343

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“States are made to roam as beggars”: Kaito

Nagaland Industries and Commerce Minister G Kaito Aye broke his silence saying states were made to roam as “beggars” and urged the Center to see the states particularly the northeastern ones from the realistic point of view. “Whether big or small, every state should be taken into account according to their needs,” he blurted.

Nagaland Industries and Commerce Minister G Kaito Aye
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Rhythm of the heart

A little fluttering in the chest or pounding of the heart is all too familiar and a common phenomenon that we often ignore; rightly so, when it is before a public speech or while we run to catch a bus or train that is leaving the platform. These are normal responses to stressful events. However, when it occurs without any rhyme or reason, then we ought to give it some thought.

The Burmese Army (Tatmadaw) is Anathema to, Peace, Democracy or Federalism

The world should face the truth and say that the Tatmadaw does not want Peace, Democracy and Federalism. Instead it wants a thinly disguised pseudo democracy giving in exchange for the international community right to invest and start business.

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Bentota provides everything tourists look for

My weekend at Bentota, during my short stay back home, was the icing on the cake compared to all other tourists’ favorite spots I could visit recently.

Sunset over Bentara Ganga
 Bentota provides everything tourists look for
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The long road to justice in India; Chief Minister Jayalalithaa not spared even after 18 years

After 18 long years, the long arm of the Indian Justice system dealt a big blow to the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jeyaram Jayalalithaa convicting her and three other associates and jailing Ms Jayalalithaa to four years in prison and fining her $ 10 million for disproportionate accumulation of wealth.

The long road to justice in India; Chief Minister Jayalalithaa not spared even after 18 years
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