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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2247

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Wholesale giant SATHOSA returns to Lankan FMCG after 13 years

After a 13-year long hiatus, Sri Lanka’s state controlled wholesale giant CWE has actively re-entered the domestic FMCG market on 10 April.

Minister of Industry & Commerce Rishad Bathiudeen (third from right) and CWE Chairman Rizwan Hameem (second from right) unveil CWE Northern regional hub on 10 April in Vavuniya.
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Tamil Nadu poll scenario: CM Jayalalithaa promises liquor prohibition if reelected!

With a view to balancing a key poll promise being made by other parties, especially the PWF, PMK and even DMK that introduced elaborate liquor policy in Tamil Nadu to impose liquor ban in the state if elected to power, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa in her first election campaign public meeting in Chennai on April 09, has promised introduction of liquor prohibition in the state in phases if her AIADMK is voted back to power.

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa in her first election campaign public meeting in Chennai  has promised introduction of liquor prohibition in the state in phases, if her AIADMK is voted back to power.
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APHR: Release of political prisoners in Myanmar represents a positive step

Parliamentarians from across Southeast Asia welcomed the release of over 100 political prisoners in Myanmar, expressing their hope that the long-awaited move represents a sign of the new government’s commitment to addressing the country’s human rights challenges.

APHR Chairperson and Malaysian MP Charles Santiago
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