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Asian Tribune is published by E-LANKA MEDIA(PVT)Ltd. Vol. 20 No. 79

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Rights Groups Urge Malaysia end harassment and intimidation of media workers and critics

International non-governmental organizations - Amnesty International, CIVICUS World Alliance for Citizen Participation and the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) have clearly told Malaysia authorities to end immediately to their increasing attacks on freedom of expression and on the medi.

Put an end to bullying at the workplace
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Wanted lands in MP Police net

Gangster Vikas Dubey, who had ambushed and killed eight members of UP police last week has finally ended his run. He was picked up in Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh on Thursday. How he managed to reach the temple town by dodging the police of three states remains a sudoku as of now.

Wanted lands in MP Police net
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The Relevance of Mahatma Gandhi for Britain and the World By Lord Rami Ranger CBE of Mayfair

There is a mischievous campaign against the statues of Mahatma Gandhi in the UK and other countries including the US launched by misguided and ill-informed few.

The Relevance of Mahatma Gandhi for Britain and the World By Lord Rami Ranger CBE of Mayfair
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Myanmar: Indiscriminate airstrikes kill civilians as Rakhine conflict worsens

Amnesty International has collected new evidence showing that indiscriminate airstrikes by the Myanmar military have killed civilians, including children, amid worsening armed conflict in the country’s Rakhine and Chin States.

Myanmar: Indiscriminate airstrikes kill civilians as Rakhine conflict worsens
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Emergence of New Generations of Ponnambalams, Duriappahs, Hameeds and Moulanas – PM Mahinda

“It’s only then that a new generation of Ponnambalams, Duriappahs, Hameeds and Moulanas will emerge from among the younger generation.”

Emergence of New Generations of Ponnambalams, Duriappahs, Hameeds and Moulanas – PM Mahinda
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Letter From America: The Forgotten Lessons of the 4th of July

American Independence Day, July 4, fell this year on Saturday. For the first time, there was no real fanfare of this national holiday but only a subdued observation with some fireworks because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

 Letter From America: The Forgotten Lessons of the 4th of July
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Improving in Indian sub-continent’s journo-murder index

As the pandemic year 2020 rolls on, Indian subcontinent sets to improve in its journo-murder index with only two casualties this year till date.

Shubham Mani Tripathi (25), who was associated with the Kanpur-based Hindi daily Kampu Mail as a correspondent
Aziz Memon (50) was found dead on 16 February in an irrigation channel near to his Mehrabpur locality residence.
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Nepal Oli’s Survival Mantra

There is no dull moment in Nepal politics these days. For over three-four days, the ruling, Nepal Communist Party (NCP) held stormy sessions of its Standing Committee even as both houses of Parliament were in session. Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli's faction is in a minority in the 44-member committee. And he was cornered with demands for his resignation – as the co-chair of the party or as Prime Minister. Pump primed by survival instincts, Oli did what most elected leaders love to do - namely duck parliament for immediate reprieve.

Nepal Prime Minister  KP Sharma Oli
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What Lessons do we learn from the 7th July Incident?

After nearly three score years, the entire people of Burma together with those in Diaspora are still waiting for the Tatmadaw’s True News Information Team, to release the official figures of the infamous 7th July incident of 1962, now that Dr. Chander Prakash Singh, who had to sign the death certificate as he was in charge of the Rangoon University Hospital, at that time, had quietly passed away.

Rangoon University Students Union, the think-tank abode of future Union of Burma becomes, a heap of rubbles, blowing up the Students, who were hiding inside.
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Foreign employment Sri Lanka will provide the world, though probably smaller, could be smarter and more sustainable - Foreign Secretary Aryasinha

Foreign Secretary Ravinatha Aryasinha has observed that despite its immediate gloom, the present situation has been an eye opener in many respects that could help correct structural, procedural and human interface incongruities in Sri Lanka’s labor migration.

Foreign employment Sri Lanka will provide the world, though probably smaller, could be smarter and more sustainable - Foreign Secretary Aryasinha
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