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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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'We stay on the right course and do not promote sex tourism' - TAT

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) reaffirms that 'we stay on the right course and do not promote sex tourism'.

 Yuthasak Supasorn - Governor, Tourism Authority of Thailand TAT Governor,
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Yet another great event to celebrate Sri Lanka’s 70th independence day

Sri Lankan embassy in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia organized a memorable event on Tuesday the 27th to celebrate the country’s 70th independence day celebration at the capital’s prestigious Tuwaiq Palace in the diplomatic quarters.

Yet another great event to celebrate Sri Lanka’s 70th independence day
Yet another great event to celebrate Sri Lanka’s 70th independence day
Yet another great event to celebrate Sri Lanka’s 70th independence day
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No Soft Options for Debt-ridden Chinese economy

The Year 2018 is the Year of the Dog, according to Chinese Zodiac; it has brought for the Chinese a host of superstitions that will have a bearing on how the coming days unfold.

No Soft Options for Debt-ridden Chinese economy
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Stop this shaming of menstruation

This disgustingly shocking and audacious signpost appears in a country where women value their bodily autonomy and rights fiercely, or so do I believe. This seems to be the work of some ignorant and conservative religious Hindu outfit that is up in arms against gender equality, but, of course it must be having the sanction of the concerned local authorities. I do not know if there have been protests against this disparaging and discriminatory directive.

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USAID and Microsoft Launch Youth Works to Increase Employment and Entrepreneurship Among Sri Lanka’s Youth

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) YouLead program and Microsoft Sri Lanka signed yesterday a partnership to launch the new YouthWorks information technology portal at the Ministry of Skills Development and Vocational Training in Colombo. " class="caption" align="right" />

:  USAID, YouLead, and Microsoft launch YouthWorks.  From left to right, Hasitha Abeywardana, Microsoft Country Manager; Robert Hilton, U.S. Embassy Deputy Chief of Mission; Charles Conconi, USAID Youlead Project Director; Chandima Weerakkody, Minister for Skills Development and Vocational Training
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Ladeigarh issue is Nagaland Government’s total failure

One of the most humiliating chapters in the history of Nagaland since Statehood would be, perhaps, its inability to conduct elections on its own soil at Ladeigarh under Longlen District, bordering Assam, due to the Assam Police’s deliberate threat and refusal to vacate a Nagaland school building wherein the polling was supposed to take place.

Ladeigarh issue is Nagaland Government’s total failure
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