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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2251

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Kumar Sangakkara presented with an honorary life membership presented by Surrey

Kumar Sangakkara took home five trophies as surrey reflected on their 2017 campaign at the club’s annual end of season awards.

Kumar Sangakkara presented with an honorary life membership presented by Surrey
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Sri Lanka: Japan's SBI Holdings buys 20% stake of Wealth Trust Securities

Japan based investment group SBI Holdings recently informed to markets that it is buying a 20 percent state in Sri Lanka's Wealth Trust Securities (WTS), a licensed primary dealer in government bonds.

 Dr. Anura Ekanayake - Chairman, Wealth Trust Securities (WTS)
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Trump Vs Kim: a duel without a winner

Having been insulted by President Trump at the UN with a new nickname, Rocket Man, North Korean supremo, Kim Jong-un, has started showing to the world how he is going to live up to his new classification – firing on all cylinders.

Trump Vs Kim: a duel without a winner
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Reconciliation process is proceeded step by step – President to UN High Commissioner for Human Rights

President Maithripala Sirisena says Sri Lanka is performing for the betterment of its people with much responsibility, in keeping with the charters of UN, as a member of United Nations. He said the government is taking the process to ensure human rights and reconciliation forward step by step.

President Maithripala Sirisena with Prince Zeid al-Hussein
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Rajiv Assassin: Perarivalan Parole Period Further Extended By One Month

The Tamil Nadu government, on Saturday, decided to extend the parole of A G Perarivalan, one of the convicts in former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi assassination case, by one more month.

A G Perarivalan seen with his mother Arputham Ammal
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The question of self-identity of the Rohingyas of Myanmar

One of the most egregious crimes is to deny a people its inalienable right to self-identify itself. The neo-fascists of Myanmarism have been committing this crime for nearly half a century. To them, the Rohingyas – racially Indian (or South Asian) and religiously either Muslim or Hindu – simply don’t exist or belong in Myanmar (erstwhile Burma).

The question of self-identity of the Rohingyas of Myanmar
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