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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2400

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Pathfinder Conference On Enhancing Indo- Lanka Connectivity

Sectorial expert of the Indo Sri Lanka meet at the Colombo discussed opportunities and challenges for the better connectivity benefit for the communities.

Pathfinder Conference On Enhancing Indo- Lanka Connectivity
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Thai Prosecutors to Seek Arrest Warrant for an Heir to the Red Bull

An heir to the Red Bull fortune failed to show up Thursday to face charges over an alleged hit-and-run that killed a Thai police officer almost five years ago, as prosecutors declared they would now seek a warrant for his arrest.

Vorayuth “Boss” Yoovidhya, whose grandfather co-founded energy drink company Red Bull, walks to get in a car as he leaves a house in London.
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Solution for North Korean nuclear issue lies in Israel

At the outset it should be made clear that none of the nuclear nations is eager to achieve total denuclearization and disarmament and none wants to dismantle its own nuclear arsenals after having spent so much of hard resources on their development and tests. But America does not want those countries that do not obey the Pentagon to have nukes as deterrence. Iran and North Korea are the unfortunate ones that are unable to pursue its legitimate nuclear objectives.

US President Donald Trump & North Korean leader Kim Jong-un
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Mahindananda MP to marry With Senani Jayaratne

Former Minister and UPFA MP Mahindananda Aluthgamage will tie the nuptial knot for the second time, today.

Mahindananda MP to marry  With Senani Jayaratne
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President Maithripala Sirisena appointed MA Sumanthiran as one of 25 Senior Lawyers as President’s Counsels

The President appointed MA Sumanthiran, MP and TNA Party spokesperson as one of the 25 President’s Counsel.

M.A. Sumanthiran - MP and TNA Party spokesperson
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Nuclear Deterrence: a meaningless short-cut to complacency?

The short-lived supremacy enjoyed by the United States from 1945 to 1949, owing to its possession of nuclear weapons, was almost on a par with the caveman, who first invented a spear. As for the latter, the gratification came to an abrupt end, as soon as his rival invented a shield to keep the threat at bay.

Nuclear Deterrence:  a meaningless short-cut to complacency?
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Billionaires are growing

Recently, the Forbes has published the list of world’s billionaires. In it for the fourth year in a row, Bill Gates was named the richest man in the world. The number of billionaires increased 13% to 2,043 from 1,810 in 2016; this is the biggest change in over 30 years of tracking billionaires globally.

Billionaires are growing
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