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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2402

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Launch of Emergency Ambulance Service in Western and Southern Provinces of Sri Lanka

During his visit to Sri Lanka in March 2015, Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi had received a request for assistance for setting of an emergency ambulance service in Sri Lanka.

Launch of Emergency Ambulance Service in Western and Southern Provinces of Sri Lanka
Launch of Emergency Ambulance Service in Western and Southern Provinces of Sri Lanka
Launch of Emergency Ambulance Service in Western and Southern Provinces of Sri Lanka
Launch of Emergency Ambulance Service in Western and Southern Provinces of Sri Lanka
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America's willingness to Work with Sri Lanka & Sri Lankans

America has indicated its willingness to work with the ordinary people, government, military, and bureaucracy of Sri Lanka. The American people are with Sri Lanka and they would come forward to work with Sri Lanka and would show their support, disclosed U.S. Ambassador Atul Keshap.

America's willingness to Work with Sri Lanka & Sri Lankans
America's willingness to Work with Sri Lanka & Sri Lankans
America's willingness to Work with Sri Lanka & Sri Lankans
America's willingness to Work with Sri Lanka & Sri Lankans
America's willingness to Work with Sri Lanka & Sri Lankans
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The World Hepatitis Day was commemorated on 28 July

The World Health Organization (WHO) encourages countries to act now to reduce deaths from viral hepatitis.
WHO urges countries to take rapid action to improve knowledge about the disease, and to increase access to testing and treatment services.

The World Hepatitis Day was commemorated on 28 July
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Ground-breaking reforms of toxic jade business

Myanmar’s new government has announced a major shake up to licensing of its multi-billion dollar jade and gems business.

A jade trader displays a selection of his stones for sale.
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