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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2058

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Will Open a Discourse on Capital Punishment for Heinous Crimes – President

President Maithripala Sirisena says he would open a discourse on enforcing of punishment for the convicts of heinous crimes.

The President  participatesd  at the ceremony of the second phase of the national program on drug prevention held at the Town Hall Playground in Galle
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Is India’s democratic system suitable to the Northeast people?

Our Northeast politicians are seen struggling in the sea of Indian political arena. Their political wisdom is fast waning.

Is India’s democratic system suitable to the Northeast people?
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U.S. Embassy Empowers Youth to Improve Local Communities

The United States awarded nearly $150,000 (approximately LKR 21,000,000) to 16 civil society organizations as part of the U.S. Embassy’s annual Youth Empowerment Grants, an innovative way to provide seed funding for up-and-coming groups working on solutions to problems affecting youth across Sri Lanka.

Leaders from 16 civil society groups received nearly $150,000 (approximately LKR 21,000,000) for projects addressing problems affecting youth across Sri Lanka.
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