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Swami Aseemanand’s 42-page-confession is a reminder of the fact that had police acted judiciously and nipped the budding militants in time a trail of bomb explosions could be averted.
Monday, 07 March 2011 13:22

Telecommunications sector in Nepal

Telecommunications is the life blood of the 21st century. The only reason that the world is able to progress at the current pace is because of the advancements in telecommunications.
New Delhi – There may be strong difference of opinions between Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi over extreme Hindutva; but USA is, on a large scale, Promoting Hindutva through indoctrination …
Thursday, 17 February 2011 09:04

Maldives’ first ever university inaugurated

MALE (HNS) – A university in a country is regarded as the pillar of the country’s success and where the future leaders of the country egress. Maldivians living on an …
This is the first of the two part series on the debate in Bangla blogosphere over the protests against the proposed international airport at Arial Beel, a low-lying vast wetland …
Colombo, 30 January (Asiantribune.com) – American Bruce Fein who had for long represented LTTE front organizations, has filed action against Sri Lanka President Mahinda Rajapaksa for alleged war crimes. Sri …
Access to clean drinking water in Bhutanese schools is improving with 290 schools out of 576 having sufficient water supply systems irrespective of the availability of taps, according to the …
When we read in a Bangladesh Daily, Bangladesh will buy Gas Fields and Coal Mines abroad, it sounded like fairy tale to us. Energy Advisor to Prime Minister of Bangladesh …
Wednesday, 12 January 2011 15:40

Breaking the siege of Gaza (Part 6)

The First Asia to Gaza Caravan was given a warm send off from Latakia, Syria, where the former Ambassador to India, Dr. Mohsen al-Khayr, accompanying the Governor of Latakia, announced …
The Asia to Gaza Caravan arrived to a grand welcome by the Governor of Latakia, Dr. Khalil Mashhaddya, a cardio-thoracic surgeon, on 25th December, 2010, in the port city of …
Before leaving Diyarbakr on 19th December, 2010, for the last stop-over in Turkey, Gaziantep, the Asia to Gaza Solidarity Caravan visited the grave of Ali Haydar Bengi, the local man …
The first Asia to Gaza solidarity caravan reached Tabriz from Tehran on 13th December, 2010. On the way the people of Zanjan welcomed the caravan and offered lunch. The mayor …
After overcoming the initial obstacles in South Asia, where, first the Pakistani government denied visas to some Indians, then Indian government delayed permission to those of its citizens who had …
An Asia to Gaza caravan is on its way from New Delhi to Gaza, as part of the international effort to break the three year old blockade of Gaza by …
Friday, 31 December 2010 08:50

Regional strategy needed

Of the 190 or so countries that participated in the recently concluded climate talks at Cancun, those of South Asia arrived without the benefit of having first worked on a …
Colombo – Sri Lankan government is determined to develop the handloom apparels industry through a five year strategic action plan. This was revealed at “Ransalu” (Golden wear) the Twentieth National …
Guwahati: The Human Rights Watch has recently released an 81-page report on the situation on India-Bangladesh borderlands in Bengal where both the countries have deployed border guards to prevent infiltration, …
New Delhi: Tycoons with friends in high places. Public tenders conducted by irregular rules. Tens of billions of dollars in potential losses for the national treasury. Allegations of government ministers …
Sunday, 12 December 2010 16:17

India, Pakistan must resume talks

An emissary of Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh met Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mahmoud Quraishi in Singapore recently to remind him of his promise to visit New Delhi to resume …
Sunday, 05 December 2010 15:44

Nepali politics: trapped in contradictions

Management of political chaos currently prevailing in the country is being shouldered by the caretaker Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal, who emerges comparatively more effective and influential after resignation.
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