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Asian Tribune is published by E-LANKA MEDIA(PVT)Ltd. Vol. 20 No. 80

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Curfew further relaxed

From tomorrow, Sunday, June 14th onwards, in all districts of the island curfew will be effective daily from 12.00 am to 4.00 am until further notice.

Curfew further relaxed
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IS operative hurls shoe at judge in Kolkata court

Suspected IS operative Mohammad Masiuddin alias Musa created a flutter by hurling shoe at the judge during a court hearing here on Tuesday (4), prompting the National Investigative Agency to seek his in-camera trial.

Mohammad Masiuddin alias Musa
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Indians can submit US Global Entry Programme applications through the GPSP System

Indian citizens who are applying for US Global Entry Programme (GEP) membership and are residing outside of India can now submit their GEP application through the GPSP (online Passport Seva Project portal) system.

Indians can submit US Global Entry Programme applications through the GPSP System
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Sri Lanka President’s Scientific Ministry Allocations Confusing & Intriguing

Today veteran SLFP politician A.H.M. Fowzie has been sworn in as the State Minister of National Unity and Reconciliation.

Maithripala Srisena
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Government to implement two more water projects at a cost of Rs 11,285 million in Walasmulla and Ambatale areas.

Having recognized the importance and urgency of implementation of Kirama Katuwana Water Supply Project and project for Augmentation of Water Pipelines along with the Orugodawatta Ambatale Road Development Project, the Government has now been able to finalize the funding arrangements with foreign and local banks.

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United States and Sri Lanka Strengthen Trade and Transportation Partnership

On December 4, U.S. Ambassador to Sri Lanka and the Maldives Atul Keshap and Secretary of Civil Aviation Mr. G. S. Withanage signed an agreement to amend the U.S.-Sri Lanka Open Skies Agreement of 2002 to facilitate the movement of cargo goods more efficiently and profitably.

U.S. Ambassador to Sri Lanka and the Maldives Atul Keshap and Secretary of Civil Aviation G. S. Withanage signed an agreement to amend the U.S.-Sri Lanka Open Skies Agree
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Pakistan Naval Ships NASR & SAIF in Sri Lanka on a Goodwill visit

Pakistan Naval Ships NASR and SAIF will arrive at Colombo Port for a four-day goodwill visit on 12th March 2017. The port call is part of the strong traditional, professional and brotherly relationship between the Navies of Sri Lanka and Pakistan.

Pakistan Naval Ships NASR & SAIF in Sri Lanka on a Goodwill visit
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‘It’s a ‘Remain’ for Brexit!’

Despite the sudden uncertainty in European market, Sri Lanka is eager for opportunities unfolding in the Brexit aftermath-and Sri Lanka’s leading international trade agency DoC successfully enlists WTO to unravel new global opportunities for the country’s growing service exports.

Minister of Industry & Commerce Rishad Bathiudeen (centre) greets visiting Director Trade in Services Division of WTO Abdel-Hamid Mamdouh as WTO Trade in Services Division Analyst Evgeniia Zhuravleva (right) looks on at the Trade in Services Workshop organised by the Department of Commerce on 27 June.
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Pakistan Naval Ship to arrive in Sri Lanka on 30th November, on a Goodwill visit

In a manifestation of the strong political, diplomatic, economic, cultural, and defense ties between the two friendly countries, Pakistan Naval Ship PNS Shamsheer will be arriving at Colombo Port for a 4-day goodwill visit from 30 November to 3 December 2015.

Pakistan Naval Ship to arrive in Sri Lanka on 30th November,   on a Goodwill visit
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