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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2783


Unveil elephant statues in UP, orders EC

The Election Commission has asked the Uttar Pradesh government to uncover statues of Chief Minister Mayawati and the elephant, the BSP's poll symbol, in the state.

Exit polls good for entertainment channels: CEC

Amid a flurry of exit polls predicting the outcome of assembly elections ahead of the March 6 results, Chief Election CommissionerS.Y. Quraishi on Sunday said such surveys should at best be on entertainment channels.

Spilt in FeTNA

The present President Mr. Pazhani Sundaram has taken umbrage against the organizer of FeTNA and has through his letter notifying all the members of FeTNA regarding his unhappiness working with the organizer and former president Dr. Muthuvel Chelliah.

Record turnout in Goa elections

Goa witnessed a huge turnout for the Assembly elections on Saturday with a record 81% voters casting their ballots.

Congress ready with excuse for “Rahul magic” fadeout

Having upped the Rahul Gandhi brand as a grand factor in the UP assembly polls, the Congress has been silence by all exit polls at the end of the last seventh phase of UP assembly poll that show SP may come up with a grand total making it less reliant on Congress to form the government.

Hung assembly likely in Uttar Pradesh; Samajwadi party to lead the pack

Two exit polls Saturday predicted a hung assembly in Uttar Pradesh, putting the Samajwadi Party on top of a mainly four-horse race.

Visa sanction: India gives dose of its own medicine to UK

Indians have often been at the receiving end of UK visa regulations in the recent past but New Delhi for once has managed to tame the British authorities. In yet another visa row between the two countries - this time around in a third country - India has forced the UK to roll back its decision to bar Indians to apply for UK visas from Belgium.

Communal material circulated at PM’s Goa rally

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's election meeting in Goa on Wednesday has got embroiled in a controversy with the Election Commission launching a probe into alleged distribution of "communal material" at the venue.

Why US Special forces stationed in India, CPI asks Government

The Communist Party of India (CPI) on Friday demanded the government to explain as to why the presence of US Special Forces in India was kept under wraps and Parliament not taken into confidence in the matter.

Foreign Minister Krishna on Egypt visit, Syria on agenda

External Affairs Minister SM Krishna Friday left for Egypt on a three-day visit during which he is expected to forge relations with the new dispensation in North Africa's most influential country and discuss the Syrian crisis with the Arab League in Cairo.

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