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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2429

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Asthma - can we live with it?

Not all ailments are of the type that can be cured completely over time, even though they are not life threatening. Asthma, which afflicts an estimated 300 million people worldwide, is one such disease that cannot be cured though it can consciously be controlled. Those who keep it under check, through a proper lifestyle, diet and regular medication, are able to lead a normal life, said Professor (Dr) Surya Kant, Head of the Respiratory Medicine Department at King George's Medical University, in an interview given to CNS (Citizen News Service).

Asthma - can we live with it?
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B’ Desh Jamaat: Racing Against Time And History

The anti-liberation political party in Bangladesh, Jamaat-e-Islami is passing through the worst time of its history as its top leaders are being punished one after another for committing crimes against humanity during the War of Liberation in 1971 and the rank and file are extremely enervated. The party is seriously confounded and unable to carry on its usual destructive activities. But yet it is making motivated propaganda and is raising baseless allegations with a view to deriving political benefits.

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24 Sri Lankan Tamil refugees in Tamil Nadu, India are arriving Sri Lanka on 3rd May 2016

24 Sri Lankan Tamil refugees in Tamil Nadu, India are arriving Sri Lanka on 3rd May 2016 Under the UNHCR facilitated voluntary repatriation programme.

Ministry Secretary V.Sivagnansothy
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