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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2342

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Australia: claims of payment to people smugglers- Hits New Low

Australia would have stooped to a "new low" if reports that its navy paid people-smugglers bound for Australia thousands of dollars to turn back their boat are true, an Indonesian government official said on Saturday.

Australia: claims of payment to people smugglers- Hits New Low
Australia: claims of payment to people smugglers- Hits New Low
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Don’t let down your adopted children

A large number of Asian born expatriates working in the gulf and now domiciled in Canada and who have become Canadian citizens are really concerned about the new legislation passed by the Canadian government, recently.

The new Canadian immigration law enacted states that the new Canadian citizens have lesser rights than those born Canadians.
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Letter from America: Is Modi failing to deliver on his promises?

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi claims to be a devout Hindu who likes to visit Hindu temples wherever he visits. In spite of his short visit to Bangladesh, thus, he did not miss visiting the Dhakeshwari Mandir and Ramkrishna Math in Dhaka.

Letter from America: Is Modi failing to deliver on his promises?
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