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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2096

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The End of Windows 10 Mobile

Microsoft, the software giant, has finally done away with its smartphone ambition, after years of struggles to leave an indelible footprint in the fiercely competitive mobile phone landscape.

The End of Windows 10 Mobile
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China’s Myanmar bonanza sans responsibility

As the world media continues focusing on Rohingya crisis in Myanmar, its giant neighbor China maintains its aloofness nonetheless full scale utilizing the fuel pipelines originated in the trouble torn Arakan (also known as Rakhine) province of western Burma (former name of Myanmar).

China’s Myanmar bonanza sans responsibility
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Who is a moron?

The challenge US president, Donald Trump, has thrown at his own Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson for an IQ test is the headline news not only in the US media but worldwide.

Mr Trump challenged Mr Tillerson to an IQ-off
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“Engagement and building trust remains a critical part of maintaining the inclusive security network” - U.S. Pacific Fleet Commander Admiral Scott Swift

At the Galle Dialogue 2017, held at the Galle Face Hotel, Colombo, on October 9 and 10 for the eighth consecutive year Admiral Scott Swift emphasized, "Engagement and building trust remains a critical part of maintaining the inclusive security network that sustains the rules-based order and helps protect freedom of the seas for the benefit of all nations."

“Engagement and building trust remains a critical part of maintaining the inclusive security network” - U.S. Pacific Fleet Commander Admiral Scott Swift
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Harvey Weinstein: the star who lost his gravity

Harvey Weinstein, the co-founder of Miramax that produced a number of successful independent movies including Shakespeare in Love, which in turn won him an Academy Award, is on a downward spiral as far as what is left of reputation is concerned.

Harvey Weinstein: the star who lost his gravity
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The missing T-word

Last week, Stephen Paddock killed 58 people at a country music festival and then shot himself dead in Las Vegas, the gambling-capital in the USA. Since he was a 64-old white American retiree who lived in a retirement community in Mesquite, Nevada, many Americans are highly perturbed by the mere fact that one of their own – apparently of the Christian faith - could do such a monstrous crime, the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

The missing T-word
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“Et Tu Referendum?”

Referendums are commonly considered an expression of democratic will. The Cambridge English Dictionary identifies it as “a vote in which all the people in a country or an area are asked to give their opinion about or decide an important political or social question”. Referendums are not regularly held in a country or region and carry great political significance because it addresses issues of national concern.

“Et Tu Referendum?”
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Rohingya refugees must not be forced back to Myanmar – Amnesty International

Amnesty International stated that the international community must help to ensure that no Rohingya refugees forced back to Myanmar as long as they remain at risk of serious human rights violations following the army’s vicious campaign of ethnic cleansing.

 Rohingya refugees must not be forced back to Myanmar – Amnesty International
 Rohingya refugees must not be forced back to Myanmar – Amnesty International
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Sheikh Hasina, the Mother of humanity deserves Nobel peace prize, why not?

This is for attention to all concern that the Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has earned the reputation of the mother of humanity & star of the east for her humanitarian attitude and love and affection to one million Rohingya refugees from the neighbouring Myanmar over the burden of half a million already took shelter in cox's bazar.

 Sheikh Hasina - Bangladesh Prime Minister
Sheikh Hasina, the Mother of humanity deserves Nobel peace prize, why not?
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Is Rahul Gandhi Making BJP Nervous

The violent reaction in the BJP camp to some of the utterances of Rahul Gandhi, the long written off vice president of the Congress, during his recent US visit should come as a surprise. Has he started to make the ruling dispensation and its social media gladiators and Bhakts nervous?

Is Rahul Gandhi Making BJP Nervous
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