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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2402

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Still Uncertainity Looms Over The Fate Of 19th Amendment

Uncertainty looms again over passing of the 19th Amendment, as the opposition demanded the government to implement 8 of their proposals in reciprocal to their support.

Still Uncertainity Looms Over The Fate Of 19th Amendment
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Chandrika Condoles Over Deaths and Destruction In Nepal

Former Sri Lanka President Madam Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga has conveyed her heartfelt condolences to those families of victims of the massive earthquake in Nepal last Saturday.

Chandrika Condoles Over  Deaths and Destruction In Nepal
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The impossible trinity: an immutable law of economics

With the end of the 100 days, moves are currently afoot to complete the constitutional amendments and electoral reform. Elections are also on the horizon. The Pathfinder Foundation is of the view that once these important measures are completed, high priority should be attached to the imperatives for urgent economic reforms. Recent developments have made this even more important.

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Ouster of Mahinda Rajapaksa; Has Yahapalanaya changed governance in Sri Lanka?

The common opposition to the regime of President Mahinda Rajapaksa, particularly its candidacy to oppose President Rajapaksa at the Presidential election was plotted and planned in utmost secrecy and the coup d’état was carried out with precision.

Ouster of Mahinda Rajapaksa; Has Yahapalanaya changed governance in Sri Lanka?
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