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Tamerlane Ventures Inc. (“Tamerlane” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: TAM) is pleased to announce it has closed the transaction which allows the Company to acquire up to 100% of the Indian Mountain Lake property from Panarc Resources Ltd. (“Panarc”).  As previously announced, the Indian Mountain Lake property is located 10 km from McLeod Bay at the East Arm of Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories, Canada.  The property consists of 8 claims comprising approximately 15,562 acres.  The agreement signed today also includes the 7,231 acres in the Susu Lake volcanic belt, located 7 kilometers southeast of the Indian Mountain Lake Property, and 7,128 acres of the North Zinc zone, which is located on the south side of Tindale Lake and is contiguous with the Indian Mountain Lake claims.

Tamerlane will issue 500,000 common shares of the Company to Global Resource Fund, pursuant to terms of an existing debt agreement to gain the consent for the acquisition of the new properties.  All other terms of the Indian Mountain Lake property acquisition completed today are identical to those described in the news releases issued by Tamerlane on January 9 and January 16, 2012.

Mike Willett, CEO of Tamerlane, commented, “The completion of this acquisition is an important part of our growth strategy, not only in terms of creating significant operational synergies with the nearby Pine Point project, but also by providing the Company’s shareholders exposure to precious metals.  Now that the transaction is closed, we will be working on a geological program that we expect to carry out in late spring which will confirm and build on the previous encouraging drill results.”

About Tamerlane Ventures Inc.

Tamerlane Ventures Inc. is an exploration and development mining company with advanced base metal development projects in Canada and Peru. The Company’s immediate focus is bringing the 100%-owned Pine Point Project to production. The Company is currently in the financing phase and expects to commence construction following financing. Tamerlane plans to sell the well-known, Pine Point Concentrates to various smelting facilities around the world. The Company also plans to develop its Los Pinos heap leach copper project in Peru.

“Michael A. Willett”
Chief Executive Officer

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Tamerlane Ventures Inc.

Brent Jones

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