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

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"Hard work is the key to success": Kamlesh

50 years old Kamlesh is the mother of 5 children—3 daughters and 2 sons. Her two daughters are already married and one of the sons has recently joined a job in Mumbai after doing his B.Tech. Kamlesh comes from a farmer’s family and was married into a similar one. Out of her 3 sisters and 2 brothers, one brother became a veterinary doctor — the others could not study due to poverty. But she was good at farming and also adept at stitching, knitting, embroidery, cooking and other household work. Yet all these womanly skills became the cause of many a discomfort after her marriage.

"Hard work is the key to success": Kamlesh
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Myanmar’s US Lobby Link Enters the Spotlight

This week, several media outlets reported that Myanmar had hired the Podesta Group, a powerful US lobbying firm, to represent its interests in Washington.

Myanmar’s US Lobby Link Enters the Spotlight
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Better Late than Never: Ed Miliband Rectifies the Error in His New Year Message

According to my sources at the Sri Lankan High Commission in London, UK, Ed Miliband, the leader of the Labour Party seems have rectified the mistake that he made in his New Year message, while wishing only the Tamil community in the UK – and, of course, by erroneously identifying them as the sole representatives of Sri Lanka.

Better Late than Never: Ed Miliband Rectifies the Error in His New Year Message
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Bank Of Ceylon Records Rs. 20.3 billion Profit - Highest Ever Profit Made by a single Entity in Sri Lanka

Bank of Ceylon closed its 75th year on a magnificently high note, by recording the highest ever profit before tax (PBT) in the bank’s history as well as in the Sri Lankan banking industry of Rs.20.3 billion, achieving a growth of 29% compared to the previous year. Post tax profit stood at Rs. 13.6 billion -a 12% growth. The Group has reported Rs.21.4 billion PBT recording a 33% growth over last year with the Bank dominating the results of the Group accounting for 95% of earnings and 97% of the Group’s assets.

Bank Of Ceylon  Records Rs. 20.3 billion  Profit - Highest Ever Profit Made by a single Entity in Sri Lanka
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