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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2399

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AI plays the role of Pakistan against Bangladesh

AI (Amnesty international) the Human Rights protector international watch-dog surprisingly started playing the role of Pakistan against Bangladesh. Before execution of 1971 war criminal Saka Chowdhury and Mujahid AI issued a press statement demanding release of these war criminals, the war in which 3 (three) million people were killed and about half a million women were raped, tortured and killed by the members of the Pakistani occupation military in collaboration with Jamat-Muslim league, the Pro-Pakistani political parties which opposed our long struggle for independence and war of liberation. Saka and Mujahid were given death sentences by the war crime tribunal and duly executed in the 1st hour of 22 November 2015.Soon after the AI statement published Pakistan also officially made a statement as saying that their army neither took part in killing people nor violated Human Rights in 1971 in Bangladesh.

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A school with a difference!

Located on the grounds of the King George Hospital Complex (now known as the King Dinuzulu Hospital Complex- KDHC) in Durban, ‘King George V Primary School’ is indeed a school with a difference, catering to the special educational and social needs of a unique class of children.

Photograph of Principal Vani Singh
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Pillaiyan further remanded till 16 December

The Batticaloa Magistrate N.M. Abdulla yesterday further remanded former Eastern Province Chief Minister Sivanesathurai Chandrakanthan alias Pillayan, who was arrested in connection with the murder of ex-MP Joseph Pararajasingham, till December 16.

Pillaiyan further remanded till 16 December
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