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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2398

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Monsoon Floods and Landslides – latest updates

National Disaster Management Officials have reported that on 30 May, water levels are beginning to recede along the major river basins. With less rainfall over the past 24 hours, local authorities with the support from the Sri Lanka Armed Forces and civil society are making progress in clearing roads, facilitating additional relief distributions. Access to remote villages remains a significant challenge.

Monsoon Floods and Landslides – latest updates
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Fortune of HUI Ka Yan, chairman of China Evergrande surge at least by US$10 billion

Hui Ka Yan, chairman of China Evergrande Group, has seen his fortune surge by at least $10 billion this year as shares of his property company have almost tripled.

Fortune  of HUI Ka Yan, chairman of China Evergrande surge at least by  US$10 billion
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Rescue & Relief Activities by Pakistan Navy Teams in Sri Lanka

On the directive of the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, PNS Zulfiquar arrived here yesterday to provide all kind of rescue, relief and other required assistance to brotherly people of Sri Lanka.

Decontamination of wells at Millania
Pakistan Navy Medical Camp at Kalutara
Pakistan Navy Search and Rescue Team at Horana
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Who Rules Pakistan – Civilian Govt Or Army?

Judging by the way things move in Pakistan and decisions are taken, there is every reason to believe that it is the army rather than the civilian government that rules the country. It is much more so when it is relations of Pakistan with India.

Pakistani army is skeptical of Sharif's friendly ties with Modi, experts say
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