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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2424

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We wish them good luck!

Despite winning the fifth ODI quite convincingly by beating the visitors by a huge margin, this is one of the most disappointing series Sri Lanka had faced at home in the hands of any visiting team.

We wish them good luck!
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Why not asking Prime Minister Modi to give 100 to Nagas not 80!

Two days of discussion on the Naga political issue with almost all the legislators taking part on the Floor of the Nagaland Legislative Assembly has shown very clearly that not a single legislators of the present 12th NLA is aware of the “Charter of Demands” on which the Government of India and the NSCN (IM) leaders have been negotiating for more than a decade.

Why not asking Prime Minister Modi to give 100 to Nagas not 80!
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“A timely need for responsible parties to take immediate action to limit, if not prevent the use of areca-nut”

A special programme to mark the Head and Neck Cancer day which falls on 27th July has been arranged by the Centre for Research in Oral Cancer, in the Faculty of Dental Sciences, University of Peradeniya.

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Turkey's change of heart

This is with reference to the news report ‘Turkey moves to crush terror on all fronts’ which we read with great interest, in many international media.

The deadly clash came after 32 people - mainly young activists - died in a suicide bombing in a border town on Monday, sparking an upsurge in violence. Above, bodies are lined up on the street after the bombing.
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Cricket: Well done Sri Lanka in crushing ultra greedy Pakistan!

Like all other teams, Pakistanis also want as many 200s, 100s, 150s and 50s as the opponent bowlers and fielders allow, because cricket matches are staged only for making batboys shine at other’s coast while bowlers are encouraged, if not asked even by offering extra money, to offer big scores and good 100s and 200s or at least a few 50s.

Sachithra Senanayake took three wickets as Sri lanka thrashed Pakistan
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