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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2961

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Modi Conquers US

The media hype over Narendra Modi’s five-nation tour, with Washington as his prime destination, will have us believe that he completely bowled over US lawmakers when he addressed a joint session of the two houses of the Congress. Modi Bhakts and most pundits, particularly those identified closely with the ruling dispensation, are unanimous in declaring that the Indian prime minister of two years has achieved much more in building ties with the US than any of his predecessors. The US has become India’s all-weather friend and ally.

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Sri Lankan marketers need the service of Anthropologists

Few years ago, a leading mobile service operator in Sri Lanka had a problem when a new package was introduced by another mobile service operator with the help of the government. Some “loyal “customers suddenly switched onto the new package because of the price factor.

Sri Lankan marketers need the service of Anthropologists
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Stranded 44 Sri Lankans Refugees Status To Be Assessed

Indonesia on Tuesday gave the U.N. refugee agency and International Organization for Migration (IOM) access to 44 Sri Lankans whose boat ran aground 10 days ago off the coast of Aceh.

The un-seaworthy boat
Sri Lankan Tamils seen in tents
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U.S. Ambassador Atul Keshap Visits Hambantota

U.S. Ambassador Atul Keshap and a U.S. Embassy team recently visited the Hambantota region to meet local officials and business executives.

Ambassador Keshap also participated in an evening Pooja at the Ruhunu Maha Kataragama Devalaya.
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