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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2399

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75% turnout in Nagaland Polls; election not held at Ladeigarh Polling Station due to Assam Police’s obstruction

The single-phase Nagaland Assembly poll on Tuesday witnessed 75% turnout. This was 25.57% less than the last Assembly election when the poll percentage was recorded at 90.57%.

Chief Electoral Officer (CEO), Abhijit Sinha
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Sri Lanka’s Economic Outlook & Investment Opportunities positive – Eran Wickramaratne

Sri Lanka to achieve the 2025 goal of being an upper-middle income country, the government of Sri Lanka has formulated a three-year Economic Delivery Programme to Increase per capita income to $5000, Create one million new jobs, and Increase FDI to $5 billion per year said the Minister of State for Finance Mr Eran Wickramaratne.

Eran Wickramaratne -Minister of State for Finance
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China Still Keen on India Joining CPEC …?

India has repeatedly voiced its reservations against CPEC- the $60 billion economic corridor China is building from Kashgar in Xinjinag to Gwadar on Balochistan coast of Pakistan. Yet, Beijing has not given up wooing New Delhi to participate in the venture under President Xi Jinping’s ambitious One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative.

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Bollywood actress Sridevi could have been murdered - Dr. Swamy

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramaniam Swamy on Tuesday opined that veteran actress Sridevi was murdered, even as the forensic report rules out any kind of foul play in her death.

BJP leader Subramanian Swamy said Sridevi had a 'fetish for health' and she 'never touched hard drinks'. (Photo: Twitter | ANI)
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