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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2341

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As no public servant appeared to sign bail bond: Daya Master remanded until today

Former LTTE spokesman Velayuthan Dayanidi alias Daya Master was produced before the Vavuniya High Court over a statement made by him was released on bail with a cash bail of Rs. 500,000 with four personal sureties each worth of Rs. 100,000.

As no public servant appeared to sign bail bond: Daya Master remanded until today
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Myanmar: Can the 21st Century Peace Conference pave way to total reconciliation?

Myanmar also known as Burma will inaugurate long-awaited political talks with ethnic armed groups at the end of this month, as the new civilian government's key leader Aung San Suu Kyi desires, peace as a commencement to rebuild economic life by foreign direct investment for poor nation.

Myanmar: Can the 21st Century Peace Conference pave way to total reconciliation?
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Korea urged to accept more Sri Lankan workers: Ex-president visits Seoul to celebrate elephant's birth

A former Sri Lankan president has called for the Korean government to issue work permits for more Sri Lankan nationals who wish to work here.

A baby elephant, born to a pair of elephants presented by Mahinda Rajapaksa, former president of Sri Lanka, to Korea in 2010, stands at the Seoul Zoo in Gwacheon, Gyeonggi Province, in this June photo.  Courtesy of Seoul Metropolitan Government
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