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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2395

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Remote Control Politics Harming Opposition

The scene does not look good for the Opposition in India not only because of internal strife and divisions but also because the ‘high command’ of these parties tries to force its decisions on state units. The top leaders of different Opposition parties appear to be incapable of reading the mood in the states and yet expect their fortunes to smile.

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US election fever hits the gulf

The presidential election in the US is already in its final days. The competition has turned into a fierce battle between the Democrat and Republican candidates: Clinton and Trump.

Hillary to outsmart Trump - Another 24 hours left?
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Probe After Report of Sri Lankan Maids Being 'Sold' In Oman

A Sri Lankan government minister has ordered an inquiry into how their citizens are entering Oman illegally and has recalled an embassy official in Oman as part of the probe.

Sri Lanka’s Foreign Employment Minister, Thalatha Athukorala
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Chinese Ambassadors clarifications strengthen the link between Sri Lanka and China

Chinese Ambassador Yi Xiangliang has to be congratulated for exposing the misconceptions about Chinese assistance states, National University Teachers Association (NUTA).

Chinese Ambassador Yi Xiangliang
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US Presidential Election 2016: a narrow victory could spell unprecedented trouble!

With the two main candidates, Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump, running neck and neck, the Americans go the polls tomorrow in the most highly-charged election ever in the USA, the outcome of which is still too close to call, despite the former having a slight advantage over her rival – judging by the opinion polls.

US Presidential Election 2016: a narrow victory could spell unprecedented trouble!
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