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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2342

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Husband-wife quarrels rarely spare couples

Even among the happiest couples a quarrel can break out without a valid reason despite they believe they are the most perfect couples in the world.

Husband-wife quarrels rarely spare couples
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Government will not waver on minimum traffic fine – Finance Minister

The government will not waver in its commitment to make Sri Lankan roads safer by instilling a greater sense of discipline and respect for traffic rules, Finance Minister Ravi Karunanayake said.

Government will not waver on minimum traffic fine – Finance Minister
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Significant new developments for global tobacco control

Dr. Vera Luiza da Costa e Silva, the Head of the Convention Secretariat, of the Seventh Conference of the Parties (COP) to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC) which concluded on 12th November 2016, in Greater Noida, New Delhi, said addressing the final ceremony, “The long hours of debate and planning has produced a strong road map for global tobacco control for the future. Despite all the hard work by the Parties it is sad to see the interest, yet again, being promoted in the room.

Significant new developments for global tobacco control
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Sri Lanka all set for a retail boom?

While Sri Lanka has been witnessing a noticeable growth in per capita income over the past couple of years, its retail industry still remains underpenetrated. However, this is set to change as the sector is about to witness a phase of enormous growth. Currently, the size of the Sri Lankan retail market is estimated to range between USD 25-30 billion and it is expected to deliver early double-digit growth in the short term.

Sri Lanka all set for a retail boom?
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Supermoon: a celestial event not to be missed

Today, the moon is going to appear at its biggest and brightest over the horizon provided that there is no cloud cover, which earned a special name, the supermoon.

Supermoon: a celestial event not to be missed
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“You Tamil Dog, I Will Kill You” Buddhist Monk Tells A Tamil Grama Sevaka In Batticaloa

Using absolute filth in Sinhala, Ampitiye Sumana, a monk from the Batticaloa Mangalarama said, “You are a bloody tiger. My blood boils when I see you. You are a bloody dog. You are a Tamil Grama Sevaka.

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