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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2366

India helps renovate Saraswathy Central College, Pusselawa: Foundation stone for new buildings laid

At a special ceremony held today, 10 August, foundation stone was laid to start the construction of new buildings at Saraswathy Central College in Pusselawa, Kandy district.

India helps renovate Saraswathy Central College, Pusselawa:  Foundation stone for new buildings laid
India helps renovate Saraswathy Central College, Pusselawa:  Foundation stone for new buildings laid
India helps renovate Saraswathy Central College, Pusselawa:  Foundation stone for new buildings laid
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Eid-ul- Azha is likely to fall on August 22

On 22ndAugust is a public holiday in Sri Lanka as the Muslims in the country would be celebrating Eid-ul- Azha – the feast of sacrifice.

Eid-ul- Azha is likely to fall on August 22
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Hang down your head and cry Yahapalana

The claim of the Yahapalana government was that it had come to power through a rainbow revolution. Now at the end of the rainbow it wants to hang on to power by hanging people albeit 19 selected criminals in prison but without trial!

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Letter From America: Recent Disturbing Events inside Bangladesh Demand Change

In the last few weeks Bangladesh has seen a series of student protests in much of the country in which the high school going students became vocal about reckless driving of bus drivers that continues to kill so many every day.

Letter From America: Recent Disturbing Events inside Bangladesh Demand Change
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Why good news is no news?

During my short vacation in Colombo I made a visit to Bank of Ceylon, NRFC Department, in its new location. I was not surprised in any way the way they attended to me.

Why good news is no news?
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Worsening Iran’s Economic Troubles: Middle East on the brink of getting its next flash point

Iranian economic situation is already dire and unless a miracle takes place, it may go out of the frying pan into the fire next week, when President Trump will impose a wave of sanctions.

Worsening Iran’s Economic Troubles: Middle East on the brink of getting its next flash point
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Sri Lankan alleged war crime suspect arrested in Germany

According to a US Newspaper, ‘The Charlotte Observer’, German authorities have arrested a Sri Lankan man suspected of involvement in killing captured government soldiers as a member of the Tamil Tigers rebel group a decade ago.

Sri Lankan alleged war crime suspect arrested in Germany
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