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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2396

ASEAN lawmakers call for release of Philippine Senator Antonio Trillanes

Parliamentarians across Southeast Asia called for the immediate and unconditional release of Philippine Senator Antonio Trillanes, who was detained today following the decision by a Makati Court to issue a warrant for his arrest.

Senator Antonio Trillanes
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Sri Lanka Welcomes Defeated Maldivian 'Strongman' To The Country

In a fine democratic quester, Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremasinghe has welcomed the Maldivian defeated President, termed as ‘Strongman of the Maldives,’ Abdull Yameen to Sri Lanka, two days after his surprise defeat in presidential elections.

In this Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018 photo, Maldivian president Yameen Abdul Gayoom, center, leaves a polling station after casting his vote during presidential election day in Male, Maldives.
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A Festive Day in Vetilaikerni – Army Showered Donations

Jaffna Security Forces Commandant and Chairman and leading members of the 306 - C Diamond Lions Club of Colombo were other day in Vetilaikerni , (J/432 G.S.Division), a small hamlet with less than one thousand population located 18 kilometers from Maruthankerny, in the Vadamaradchy East, to provide help, support and assistance to the people over there.

  A Festive Day in Vetilaikerni – Army Showered Donations
  A Festive Day in Vetilaikerni – Army Showered Donations
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Is it the final countdown to #endTB?

The world's eyes and ears are expectantly focussed on the forthcoming first-ever UN High Level Meeting (UNHLM) to #endTB: "United to End TB: An Urgent Global Response to a Global Epidemic." The global TB community is hailing this as a landmark opportunity to marshal political will and resources to end TB by 2030. Will this meeting actually turn out to be the magic potion that would rid the world of TB by 2030?

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Elusive search for Shirdi baba's reflection on moon

Hundreds of them rushed out of their homes in Bhubaneswar and adjoining Cuttack to look at the moon with reverence as news spread by word of mouth about the celestial spectre. Some of them even offered prayers and started singing Sai bhajans.

Elusive search for Shirdi baba's reflection on moon
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Cashew nut hits the headlines!

Cashew nuts are treated as healthy food and they provide nearly 100% of your recommended daily copper in take. They contain heart-healthy monounsaturated fats. Cashew nuts are nature to Brazil where they have long been viewed as a delicacy.

Cashew nut hits the headlines!
Cashew nut hits the headlines!
Cashew nut hits the headlines!
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Does anyone have the guts saying Robert Mueller is not an angel?

Andrew C. McCarthy is a senior fellow at the National Review Institute in an opinion editorial said, “It is intolerable that, after more than two years of digging — the 16-month Mueller probe having been preceded by the blatantly suspect labors of the Obama Justice Department and FBI — we still do not have an answer to that simple question.”

Does anyone have the guts saying Robert Mueller is not an angel?
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Vague Correlation: rising oil price and the sharp fall of Sri Lankan rupee

Whatever we hear from those who in power, the business community in Sri Lanka is rattled to the core on many fronts: rising taxes, the fall of the rupee, endless strikes, frequent agitations, uncertainty about political unity and global factors beyond our control just amplify the burden.

Vague Correlation: rising oil price and the sharp fall of Sri Lankan rupee
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Robert Mueller investigation: An evil vendetta against the Americans!

America is known as the land of brave and heroes. But lately what Obama and Hillary and their cohorts are doing is simply - disgusting. In the name of criticizing President Donald Trump, these evils have declared jihad against the people of the United States of America.

Robert Mueller investigation: An evil vendetta against the Americans!
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Letter From America: My Road Trips in Bangladesh

I have returned to the USA from Bangladesh after staying there nearly three months. During my visit there I lost three close relatives; the most devastating of which was the loss of my brother-in-law Bahar who was married to my sister. He will always be missed in our family. He was a social worker who had affected the lives of so many who would always miss him dearly.

Letter From America: My Road Trips in Bangladesh
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