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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2404

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It is the same story again of the Government Schools

Again, as usual, I have seen a story with a photograph in "The Morung Express" - February 16 Edition. "No textbooks, no classes" ran the lead story. The picture of Government Primary School, Mezoma was given as locked because of the non-availability of textbooks meant for teaching the students. I am not surprised at all as such things happened in many places in Nagaland.

It is the same story again of the Government Schools
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Lamudi Sri Lanka explores how the real estate market in Colombo has changed

When it comes to searching for real estate, Colombo is the most popular area in Sri Lanka for property-seekers. According to Lamudi Sri Lanka, more than 70 percent of website searches are for property in the country’s commercial capital.

Lamudi Sri Lanka explores how the real estate market in Colombo has changed
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Pathfinder Foundation Joins Quad Plus Dialogue

The Pathfinder Foundation (PF) joined the Quad-Plus forum; comprising Australia, India, Japan and the United States of America, which held its third, round in Jaipur, India, the capital of Rajasthan.

The Quad-Plus forum participants at its third round in Jaipur, India
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