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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2343

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Sri Lanka President to present three national program to the first cabinet meeting

President Maithripala Sirisena says he would present the proposals related to national programs to be implemented for local food production, environment preservation and drug eradication, to the first cabinet meeting.

President Maithripala Srisena
 Sri Lanka President to present three national program to the first cabinet meeting
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Discriminatory ‘Race and Religion’ bills in Myanmar: Threaten to fuel tensions ahead of elections

The Myanmar Parliament’s passage of two bills targeting religious minorities constitutes an attack on religious freedom and threatens to stoke inter-communal tensions and violence less than three months ahead of critical general elections, said ASEAN Parliamentarians for Human Rights (APHR) today.

Discriminatory ‘Race and Religion’ bills in Myanmar:  Threaten to fuel tensions ahead of elections
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Mahinda Rajapakse pays the ultimate prize for defying Indian interests? A response to Malladi Rama Rao

It may be too early to write of Mahinda Rajapakse’s legacy. However, if one attempts to do that based on his performance to date, one could say he does have a mixed legacy, and is remembered principally for ending 30 years of terrorism and war, for launching an economic revival unparalleled in the history of Sri Lanka, and for giving Sri Lankans a sense of pride and hope, and belonging, after the leaders prior to him had given up hope in Sri Lanka’s ability to defeat the LTTE.

Mahinda Rajapakse pays the ultimate prize for defying Indian interests? A response to Malladi Rama Rao
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