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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2347

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The Doctrine of Democracy Restored in Sri Lanka

Our President, Maithripala Sirisena, is the only person in the whole wide-world, who struggled with all his might, to reduce the powers conferred on him by the Constitution of Sri Lanka, whilst remaining in power.

Democracy in the making
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Vietnam’s victory 40 years ago

April 30th marks the 40th anniversary of the liberation of Vietnam, a country with which Sri Lanka has developed strong ties during the past five decades.

Vietnam’s victory 40 years ago
Vietnam’s victory 40 years ago
Vietnam’s victory 40 years ago
Vietnam’s victory 40 years ago
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Sinhala & Tamil New Year celebrated in Berlin, Germany

Under the theme of peace and reconciliation the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Berlin, Germany, celebrated the Sinhala and Tamil New Year with the participation of more than 250 Sri Lankans and German friends at the Sri Lankan Embassy in Berlin on Saturday, 25th April 2015.

Sinhala & Tamil New Year celebrated in Berlin, Germany
Sinhala & Tamil New Year celebrated in Berlin, Germany
Sinhala & Tamil New Year celebrated in Berlin, Germany
Sinhala & Tamil New Year celebrated in Berlin, Germany
Sinhala & Tamil New Year celebrated in Berlin, Germany
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"She who does not tire, tires adversity": Savitri

Savitri, a mother of 6 children—5 daughters and 1 son—became a widow 12 years after her marriage, when her husband, the eldest of three brothers, died of electrocution. Narrating her tearful story, Savitri said that fate had been unkind to her from her early childhood. Her father died when she was a child.

"She who does not tire, tires adversity": Savitri
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India requested Sri Lankan Navy not to fire on Indian fishermen: VK Singh

“Government of India,” according to a report on DNA Analysis, “on Wednesday said it has requested Sri Lankan Navy to act with restraint and not to fire on Indian fishermen if they stray into the waters of the island nation.”

 India  requested Sri Lankan Navy not to fire on Indian fishermen: VK Singh
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Decided to place the country before the party and voted against the 19th Amendment - Sarath Weerasekera MP

Ampara District MP Sarath Weerasekara - a former Deputy Minister of Labour and Labour Relations under the Rajapaksa government, became the first SLFP MP to vote against the 19th Amendment as the vote was being taken in Parliament on 28th April.

Sarath Weerasekera
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