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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2251

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The Great Oratory Contest

Critics of Narendra Modi in politics and media were nearly unanimous in extolling his oratorical skills displayed in abundance during the last Lok Sabha poll. It helped him leapfrog from the position of a chief minister (Gujarat) to that of the prime minister of the world’s largest democracy with a thumping majority in the lower house of Parliament.

Narendra Modi -  media nearly unanimous in extolling his oratorical skills
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India and Sri Lanka exchange letters to implement Indian Housing Project in Central and Uva Provinces

India and Sri Lanka today exchanged letters to construct 4000 houses in the Central and Uva Provinces under a community driven-model as the third phase of the Indian Housing Project in Sri Lanka.

India and Sri Lanka exchange letters to implement Indian Housing Project in Central and Uva Provinces
India and Sri Lanka exchange letters to implement Indian Housing Project in Central and Uva Provinces
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What’s Next for Suu Kyi’s NLD Government?

Myanmar has sworn in its first civilian-dominated government in more than half a century. The military-backed transitional administration handed over power on March 30 to a successor led by Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy. The handover ceremony confirmed that Suu Kyi would be taking on no fewer than four departmental portfolios in the new administration — foreign affairs, energy, education and the president’s office.

What’s Next for Suu Kyi’s NLD Government?
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NATO in Trouble! Why do Americans think it is a relic from the past?

Donald Trump, the GOP favourite for the forthcoming presidential election in the US, stirred up yet another political storm recently, while questioning the relevance of NATO – North Atlantic Treaty Organization – in a Post-Cold-War era, on the grounds of ballooning American financial support in order to hold the alliance together.

NATO in Trouble!  Why do Americans think it is a relic from the past?
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Indian PM Modi in Riyadh!

Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi on April 02 arrived in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia for a two-day visit for signing economic and security deals, during which he will stay at the royal family’s guest palace. PM Modi arrived in Riyadh from Washington on the final leg of his three-nation tour that began on March 30 with a visit to Brussels.

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Nayef (L) and Deputy Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman
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