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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2427

Sri Lanka President and ousted PM Ranil in first face to face meet

Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena has reportedly accepted that his appointed PM Mahinda Rajapaksa has no majority in the Parliament.

Sri Lanka President and ousted PM Ranil in first face to face meet
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Now Music Comes with Political Colours

Delhi responded heartily to a concert by the renowned Carnatic singer and ‘social activist’ T.M. Krishnan at the Garden of Five Senses--a very apt name for the occasion-- after a programme featuring him and a few other artists was cancelled by the sponsors, SPIC-MACAY and Govt owned - Airports Authority of India (AAI), following protests by alleged right wingers.

Carnatic music vocalist TM Krishna during the concert," Awam ki Awaz" at the Garden of Five Senses, Saket in New Delhi.
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Complacency kills: Prevention cannot take a backseat while we scale up treatment coverage to #endAIDS

"The global health system is only as strong as its weakest parts" had said UNDP’s Mandeep Dhaliwal in her article around last year's World AIDS Day. The context has only deepened over the year, not only for ending AIDS but also for health security in general. With Universal Health Coverage Day (UHC Day) on 12th December this year, time is running out to catch up on lost opportunities to advance towards UHC.

Complacency kills: Prevention cannot take a backseat while we scale up treatment coverage to #endAIDS
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Lanka President Sirisena wants Commission to investigate deposed government

Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena has called for a commission to investigate bribery and corruption under the deposed Ranil Wickremesinghe government.

Lanka President Sirisena wants Commission to investigate deposed government
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British MP hired by jihadist group Jamaat e Islami

As the general election in Bangladesh is scheduled to take place on December 30, Britain’s Labour Party lawmaker Rupa Haq has openly started working for Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) and actively trying to help JI is coming to power in Bangladesh

British MP hired by jihadist group Jamaat e Islami
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BJP’s New Weapon …?

Unsure of the public reaction to the performance of Narendra Modi as prime minister, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party seems to have discovered that ‘gutter language’ goes down as well with the audiences as its Hindutva appeal which has to be renewed by defying the highest court of the land or some other great efforts.

The BJP leadership, led by Narendra  Modi and Amit Shah, speaks of sections of Indians as -  ‘vermin’, ‘cockroaches’, ‘gutter sniper’, ‘termites’ and so on with full consciousness,
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