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Asian Tribune is published by E-LANKA MEDIA(PVT)Ltd. Vol. 20 No. 110

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A New Economic Vision For Post Covid 19 Sri Lanka: Pathfinder Suggests Priorities for Sri Lanka’s Post-COVID Economic Recovery

The Pathfinder Foundation presented President Gotabaya Rajapaksa Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa and Special Envoy of the President and the Chairman of the Task Force on Economic Revival and Poverty Alleviation Mr. Basil Rajapaksa.

A New Economic Vision For Post Covid 19 Sri Lanka: Pathfinder Suggests Priorities for Sri Lanka’s Post-COVID Economic Recovery
A New Economic Vision For Post Covid 19 Sri Lanka: Pathfinder Suggests Priorities for Sri Lanka’s Post-COVID Economic Recovery
A New Economic Vision For Post Covid 19 Sri Lanka: Pathfinder Suggests Priorities for Sri Lanka’s Post-COVID Economic Recovery
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Let the Sun Shine: Do not let a photon go to waste without benefit to humanity

The Coronavirus or COVID19 pandemic has adversely affected the entire world shutting down many countries. Now economists are discussing establishing a ‘new economic order’ and ways of going forward.

Deshamanya Vidya Jyothi Dr. Roland Silva
Let the Sun Shine: Do not let a photon go to waste without benefit to humanity
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How will engineering exams affected by Coronavirus in India and abroad?

With the continuous increase in coronavirus cases globally, the Indian government imposed lockdown 2 after the 21-day lockdown till May 3, 2020. Amid the on-going COVID-19 crises, all the schools and universities are closed. Exams, including engineering entrance exams in the country, have been on hold till May. The Human Resource Development Ministry (HRD), managed by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), NTA and other educational institutions in the country, want the citizens to be safe first. Hence the announcement for delay of the exams.

How will engineering exams affected by Coronavirus in India and abroad?
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A Sinhala New Year without Sweet Meats Offers a New Beginning

This year Sinhala New Year comes at a time when the whole world is at a crisis. In Sri Lanka everyone has been confined to their homes. Our battle for our health is costing us our economy, which is now hanging by a thread. It will take a long time before we regain the world as we knew it. Undoubtedly there will be some drastic lifestyle changes that we will need to adapt in the meantime. To understand these changes, we need to first answer the simple question whether we want to return to our old world.

A Sinhala New Year without Sweet Meats Offers a New Beginning
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Why has God forsaken humanity in the time of the Coronavirus Pandemic?

The horrifying tragedy that is unfolding before our very eyes worldwide but particularly in God fearing traditional Christian countries such as Italy, Spain, France, U.K., Germany, Belgium, Portugal, Netherlands, Switzerland, Austria, Norway and Sweden and the USA, raises fundamental questions not only in respect to humanity’s capacity to combat the spread of the coronavirus that has taken a huge toll of over 44, 000 fatalities and over 800,000 infections up to date, but also on the very existence of GOD on whom so much faith and trust has been placed by billions of people adhering to Abrahamic religions such as Catholicism, Protestant Christianity, Islam and Judaism.

Why has God forsaken humanity in the time of the Coronavirus Pandemic?
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Producing Management Graduates of Global Quality: Challenges for Sri Lanka Universities

In Sri Lanka, we are talking about the role of the citizen with different interpretations. As citizen how we can contribute to the development of the nation is something which should redefine in this context. But the expectation of this article is to discuss the challenges we have in Sri Lankan universities in terms of producing Management Graduates of Global Quality.

Producing Management Graduates of Global Quality: Challenges for Sri Lanka Universities
Producing Management Graduates of Global Quality: Challenges for Sri Lanka Universities
Producing Management Graduates of Global Quality: Challenges for Sri Lanka Universities
Producing Management Graduates of Global Quality: Challenges for Sri Lanka Universities
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Cruising for Change in Hong Kong and China

May you live in 'interesting' times" is an oft quoted expression to connote living in times of danger and uncertainty, and surely the citizens of Hong Kong are living in unprecedented times. A country divided against itself will not last long.

Cruising for Change in Hong Kong and China
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The Han Supremacists of China: Part 2

Chairman Mao tried to sell the Marxist-Leninist thought to solve the ethnic problem in his multi-ethnic country (PRC). Not only did the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) fail but Mao’s social engineering proved to be highly destructive. It led to the widespread discrimination and segregation of the non-Han minorities prevalent today based on their distinct religion, habitus, physiognomy, language, culture and socioeconomic status. After the death of Chairman Mao in 1976, the CCP began to relax its policies towards Muslims in 1978. But its policy of Hanification of the non-Han communities via the all-too-familiar colonial-style settlements and acculturation or a forced assimilation to the dominant Han culture did not ebb an iota.

The Han Supremacists of China: Part 2
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The Common Root of Supremacists – Part 1

Thanks to Donald Trump’s surprising victory in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, what was once a mistrust has now evolved into unfiltered love and fondness for the government. The white supremacist see one of them in the highest citadel of power. They feel emboldened and empowered, and have energized other hateful chauvinists – home and abroad - to unleash their violence.

The Common Root of Supremacists – Part 1
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Kashmir Conflict: serious setback suffered by Pakistan in the absence of self-reliance

At the zenith of her power, Margaret Thatcher, the former British prime minister, once said, “There is no such a thing as society; there are just individual men women and their families.”

Kashmir Conflict: serious setback suffered by Pakistan in the absence of self-reliance
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