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Asian Tribune is published by E-LANKA MEDIA(PVT)Ltd. Vol. 20 No. 105


Letter from America: Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving Day is the most observed holiday in the USA, which is observed by people of all races, colors, ethnicities and even religions. It is a day in which family members gather to eat turkey, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie.

Letter from America: Oprah Winfrey

One of the hot topics from the USA this past week has been: Oprah Winfrey’s bombshell like announcement that she is calling it quits to her most successful TV program after 25 years in 2011.

U.S. State Department Issues Revised Travel Warning for Sri Lanka

The United States Department of State has issued a revised travel warning for Sri Lanka to reflect improving security conditions in the country. Travel warnings are issued by the Department of State to alert American citizens of potential dangers when traveling to certain countries.

Letter from America: Free Market Capitalism

Is free market capitalism failing? Do we need a new economic system? Twenty years ago when the Berlin Wall collapsed and the Cold War ended, the mere suggestion that something was wrong with capitalism might have sounded preposterous, absurd, and almost insane.

U.S. Court Allows Human Rights Suit Against former Bolivian President and Defense Minister to Proceed

The U.S. District Court in the Southern District of Florida ruled November 9 that the claims for crimes against humanity and extrajudicial killings could move forward in two related U.S. cases against former Bolivian president and former Bolivian defense minister.

Hindus criticize World Hunger Summit for ignoring religious leaders except Pope

Hindus have strongly criticized non-inclusion of world religious leaders, except Pope, in much-publicized and prestigious “World Summit on Food Security” of Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of United Nations at Rome from November 16-18.

U.S. increasing attention to Asia

In today’s international politics, no region of the world is too far to reach out to. Whether it is for good or bad, what happens in one part of the world could have its global impacts. This emerging trend brings the East and the West closer.

India's Ggrowing Clout

Reflecting India's growing influence in the world of travel and tourism, more and more foreign destinations are either opening offices or contracting with Indian companies to promote outbound travel from India. The latest is the U.S. State of California that has contracted Sartha Marketing of New Delhi to increase media coverage of California's tourist attractions.

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