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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2403

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Peace process between India and Pakistan suspended: Pakistan envoy Abdul Basit

Pakistani High Commissioner in New Delhi Abdul Basit said that according to him the peace process between India and Pakistan at present stands suspended. Basit added: "There shouldn’t be any doubt that Pakistan wants to have a normal & peaceful relationship with India. We all are aware of those who seek to create unrest in Pakistan and destabilize it are bound to fail as the people of Pakistan are united to effectively counter anti-Pakistan subversive activities."

Pakistani High Commissioner in New Delhi Abdul Basit
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World’s largest wastewater firm ready for Sri Lanka entry

World’s largest wastewater service firm is looking to enter Sri Lanka and help modernize the country’s disposal methods. “We are the single largest wastewater management company in the world, well-known for green-tech, microbiology, biotech and nanotech innovations” said Devan Iyavoo (Manager - Indah Water Konsortium (IWK), Malaysia) on 05 April in Colombo.

Rishad Bathiudeen (left) greets Devan Iyavoo (Manager - Indah Water Konsortium (IWK), Malaysia-far right) on 05 April in Colombo.
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An Unblemished Character Worthy of Emulation - Late Hon A.C.S.Hameed

Abdul Cader Shahul Hameed, famously known as A.C.S.Hameed, fondly known among his friends as Shahul, was the longest serving Minister of Foreign Affairs with considerably a long public life. Hailing from a highly reputable and educated family in Kurugoda, Akurana, he started his education at St.Anthony's, Katugastota and later joined Zahira College, Matale.

Abdul Cader Shahul Hameed
An Unblemished Character Worthy of Emulation - Late Hon A.C.S.Hameed
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Modi Sarkar Caves In On Pak Spy Charge

Indian Government’s reaction to the Pak claim of arresting an Indian spy was, to say the least, so mild that it sounded almost like an apology.

Kulbhushan Jadhav
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Lalin’s Column: Royalised Education

‘Hurrah for the Mary, Hurrah for the lamb, Hurrah for the Royalists who passed the buck to Trinity, drowning out the battle cry of free education’(with apologies to the version of the US civil war song ‘Battle cry for Freedom’ that used to be sung at cricket matches by some schools.)

Lalin’s Column: Royalised Education
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