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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2340

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Charsadda Attack in Response to Pathankot Attack

Early morning of 20 January, 2016, four gunmen entered in the university and sprayed bullets on the innocent students who were busy in taking their breakfasts while sitting in their rooms of the boys’ hostel and canteen.

 Charsadda Attack in Response to Pathankot Attack
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Why menstruating women are not permitted to enter temples in Tamil Nadu

On 'such days' women are not allowed to enter temples in Tamil Nadu, says a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) assailing a state law which makes a vague reference to menstruating women and bars them from entering temples.

Why menstruating women are not permitted to enter temples in Tamil Nadu
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President Zardari for diversifying trade between Pakistan‚ Sri Lanka

President Asif Ali Zardari has called for diversifying trade between Pakistan and Sri Lanka to promote greater economic interaction between the two countries. He also expressed the satisfaction that the trade volume between the two countries was following an upwards trajectory.

President of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari in a meeting with his Sri Lankan counterpart  Mahinda Rajapasha.
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“Here’s a lovely pocketbook-it’s our constitution really!”-South Africa

The Rainbow Nation of the world has come forward to assist in Sri Lanka’s political transformation process, thereby greatly strengthening the unity government’s efforts in its constitutional exercise.

Minister of Industry and Commerce Rishad Bathiudeen (right) receives a copy of the pocket book version of South Africa’s constitution from Geoffrey Doidge (HE South Africa’s Ambassador to Sri Lanka) on 21 January in Colombo.
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Election commission appoints more than 300 military MPs to new parliament

Myanmar’s Union Election Commission has appointed 366 military-represented parliament members to three levels of the new parliament to take up 25 percent share of seats at each level of the legislative body, according to the commission’ s announcement made public Tuesday.

Election commission appoints more than 300 military MPs to new parliament
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