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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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Sri Lanka Customs instructed to stop Maggi Noodles imported into the country

The Consumer Affairs Authority (CAA) has instructed the Sri Lanka Customs to stop consignments of rejected Maggi Noodle from India being released to the importers because they are said to contain high levels of Mono Sodium Glutamate (MSG).

 Maggi Nooodles  said to contain high levels of Mono Sodium Glutamate (MSG).
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He was a statesman rather than a politician

Dudley Senanayake, whose 104th year birthday was commemorated, recently, was a statesman rather than a politician.

A postage stamp  released in honor of Late Dudley Senanayake
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Russia vs West: Sabre-rattling goes nuclear – what’s next?

The US defence authorities confirmed on Tuesday that they would deploy 250 tanks, along with more military hardware, in several East European countries, which once belonged to the Soviet Union. The countries in question, according to the US, are under the threat of what they call Russian aggression.

Russia vs West: Sabre-rattling goes nuclear – what’s next?
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One Rank, One Pension: Misleading Statements---Striking Disparities—Consequences…..

“The day the soldier has to demand his dues will be a sad day for Magadha. From then onward, you will lose all moral sanction to be King”--- ( Kautilya also known as Chanakya, c. 350-275 BCE- advice to his King Chandagupta Maurya.

Kautilya also known as Chanakya
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Heightened awareness about racism in America

The racially motivated killings inside a historic Black church in South Carolina had reignited the debate on racism in in America. Mass reaction reached unprecedented levels signaling a shift towards ending the dreaded malaise that had affected America for centuries.

Heightened awareness about racism in America
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Politicians should not waste public money for banners & cutouts - President

Politicians should not waste public money for the banners and cutouts for their election campaigns. They should spend that money for the welfare of the people instead, said President Maithripala Sirisena.

Politicians should not waste public money for banners & cutouts - President
Politicians should not waste public money for banners & cutouts - President
Politicians should not waste public money for banners & cutouts - President
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