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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2680


Sri Lankans gather at Global Sri Lankan Forum Inaugural meeting in Toronto

The Patriotic Sri Lankans gathered at Radisson Hotel at Toronto on 25th of May for the inaugural meeting of Global Sri Lankan Forum. The meeting hall was decorated with Sri Lankan and Canadian flags all over the room, which expressed the true nationalist and patriotic sprit of the Forum.

Canadian Tamils, Sri Lankans bodies express alarm at happenings in the North

The Canadian Tamils for Peace and Democracy (CaTpad) and the Forum of Srilankan Canadians for Reconciliation, Rehabilitation and Reconstruction have expressed their collective alarm in a memorandum at the failure of Sri Lankan government to protect the most essential public trust—the judicial system.

Sri Lankans in Toronto Celebrate Sinhala Tamil New Year in Solidarity

A large number of Sri Lankans of all backgrounds - Sinhalese, Tamils and Muslims - gathered on Saturday 24th April at the Korean Cultural Centre in Toronto for the 2nd annual "Celebration of Sri Lankan Solidarity" to mark the occasion of Sinhala Tamil New Year.

Canada committed to check Sikh militancy

Canada has said it is committed to curb activities of Sikh separatists in the country who are trying to revive militancy in Punjab.

Why was Moon’s proposal not referred to Security Council?

Sri Lankan-born Canadian in an open letter UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon has demanded to know why was his proposal to appoint a committee to Sri Lanka not referred to the UN Security Council for approval.

World’s fastest movie “Sivappu Mazhai” made in Chennai, slated for release

Suresh Joachim of Canada has produced the “Sivappu Mazhai” in 11 days 23 hours and 45 minutes in Chennai, India, creating a history of sort, entering Guinness Hall of Fame. He also becomes Canada’s No.

Majority of Registered Hunters in British Columbia Oppose the "Sport" Hunt

On Wednesday , a series of ads are being released in BC's major newspapers marking the countdown to the unpopular trophy hunt in the Great Bear Rainforest.

Canada too lists Al Shabaab as terrorist organization

The Government of Canada has listed Al Shabaab as a terrorist group, effective March 5 last, pursuant to the Criminal Code of Canada, the Canadian Minister of Public Safety, Mr. Vic Toews announced today.

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