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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2955

Nostalgic memories of Sri Lanka's relations with Arab countries

I don’t think anybody can deny the fact how late S.W.R.D. Bandaranaike and his wife late Sirimavo Bandaranaike helped to build very strong relations with all the Arab countries.

Nostalgic memories of Sri Lanka's relations with Arab countries
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The Curfew In Colombo And Gampaha Districts Continues

The curfew in Colombo and Gampaha districts will be in force until further notice, says the President’s Media Division.

The Curfew In Colombo And Gampaha Districts Continues
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Rights petition for detained Riyaj laments: Politically motivated move to implicate him

Fundamental rights petition was filed on behalf of Bathiudeen Mohamed Riyaj(41),the brother of erstwhile minister Rishad Bathiudeen, on his purported arrest and detention.

Rights petition for detained Riyaj laments: Politically motivated move to implicate him
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The number of coronavirus cases worldwide has surpassed 4 million

The number of coronavirus cases worldwide has surpassed 4 million the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center reported late Saturday.

Refrigerated trucks filed with victims of COVID-19 are seen in Brooklyn with the Statue of Liberty in the background.
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Sri Lanka – COVID 19: Slow but Steady Increased to 847

There is a slow but steady increase in the COVID 19 cases to 847 in Sri Lanka, with the discovery of more patients last night.

Sri Lanka – COVID 19:   Slow but Steady Increased to 847
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Muslim has to be buried and not cremated - Rishad Badiudeen points out

In a very politely worded letter to the Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, Former and Minister and the Leader of the All Ceylon Makkal Congress Rishad Badiudeen, about the cremation of the dead bodies of Muslims affected by the Corona Virus.

Muslim has to be buried and not cremated - Rishad Badiudeen points out
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378 Civilians From Keselwaththa Area Leave Jaffna After Quarantine

After completion of two week long quarantine process at the Viddaththapalei and Elephant pass quarantine centres a number of 378 civilians left Jaffna for their residences in Keselwaththa, Colombo on 09 May 2020

378 Civilians From Keselwaththa Area Leave Jaffna After Quarantine
378 Civilians From Keselwaththa Area Leave Jaffna After Quarantine
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Letter From America: Politics of fear mongering in the altar of Hindutva in Modi's India

On April 16 two Hindu ascetics and their driver were lynched to death near Gadchinchle village in Maharashtra’s Palghar district in India.

Letter From America: Politics of fear mongering in the altar of Hindutva in Modi's India
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Assess objectively circumstances before requesting to return to SL: Foreign Secretary

Foreign Secretary Ravinatha Aryasinha participating in a television interview on 07 May 2020, at the Sri Lanka Rupavahini Corporation (SLRC) expanded on the Cabinet Paper presented by Dinesh Gunawardena, Minister of Foreign Relations, Skills Development, Employment and Labour Relations regards "addressing the vulnerable sectors of the migrant labour category of Overseas Sri Lankans amidst the COVID-19 pandemic by the Government of Sri Lanka".

Assess  objectively circumstances before requesting to return to SL: Foreign Secretary
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US federal register confirms President Rajaspaksa Renouncement of US Citizenship

President Gotabaya Rajapaksa’s name has appeared in the March publication of US federal register of individuals who have chosen to renounce their American citizenship.

US federal register confirms President Rajaspaksa Renouncement of US Citizenship
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Eleven new COVID-19 cases take total to 835

According to Epidemiology Division, q Eleven new COVID-19 cases take total to 835.

Eleven new COVID-19 cases take total to 835
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