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Tamil Information Centre (TIC) expresses grief over brutal, cowardly attacks on churches and other places in Sri Lanka
Published Date: 22/04/2019 (Monday)
TIC PRESS RELEASE DATE: 21 April 2019 Tamil Information Centre (TIC) expresses grief over brutal, cowardly attacks on churches and other places in Sri Lanka
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அனுபவம் மிக்க சிரேஸ்ட தொகுப்பாளர் N.T Jegan அவர்களோடு info4tamils இணைய வழி தொலைக்காட்சியினூடக கண்காட்சி பற்றிய கலந்துரையாடல்
பிரசுரிக்கபட்ட திகதி: 18/04/2019 (வியாழக்கிழமை)
அனுபவம் மிக்க சிரேஸ்ட தொகுப்பாளர் N.T Jegan அவர்களோடு info4tamils இணைய வழி தொலைக்காட்சியினூடக கண்காட்சி பற்றிய கலந்துரையாடல்
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இலங்கைத் தமிழர்கள்: காலவரையறையற்றதொரு பாரம்பரியம் என்ற கண்காட்சிதொடர்பான தமிழ் தகவல் நடுவத்தின் (TIC) உத்தியோகபூர்வ அறிக்கை
Published Date: 18/04/2019 (Thursday)
இலங்கைத் தமிழர்கள்: காலவரையறையற்றதொரு பாரம்பரியம் என்ற கண்காட்சிதொடர்பான தமிழ் தகவல் நடுவத்தின் (TIC) உத்தியோகபூர்வ அறிக்கை Statement on the ‘Tamils of Lanka: A Timeless Heritage’ Exhibition
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கண்ணீர் அஞ்சலி
Published Date: 14/03/2019 (Thursday)
தமிழ் தகவல் நடுவத்தின் ஸ்தாபகரும், தலைமை இயக்குனரும், எமது நிறுவனத்தின் வழிகாட்டியுமான திரு வரதகுமார் அண்ணர் அவர்களின் மறைவுச்செய்தியை மிகுந்த மனவருத்தத்துடன் அறியத்தருகின்றோம் மேலதிக விபரங்கள் அறியத்தரப்படும்
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Report reveals bone samples belong to 1499-1719 AD era
Published Date: 11/03/2019 (Monday)
The carbon dating report from the Beta Analytic Institute of Florida, USA, has revealed that the skeletal remains found in the Mannar mass grave to date back to a period between 1499 and 1719 AD (Anno Domini). However, the analysts are of the opinion that it was impossible to determine the specific time
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Northern Province’s Economic Development Framework
Published Date: 11/03/2019 (Monday)
Economic Development Framework for a Northern Province Master Plan´, is a study commissioned by the Central Bank of Sri Lanka and carried out by a team of seven members with competence in relevant fields and knowledge of post-war conditions in the province. The study provides an opportunity for an open discussion on post-war development in the
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OMP welcomes inclusion of its interim relief proposals in budget
Published Date: 11/03/2019 (Monday)
The Office on Missing Persons (OMP) welcomes the inclusion of its interim relief proposals in the 2019 Budget. On 5 March 2019, the Government proposed the allocation of Rs. 500 million in the 2019 Budget, to provide Rs 6,000 monthly relief to support families of missing persons, including members of the armed forces and police identified as ‘missing in action.’
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Raghavan to take public concerns to UNHrc
Published Date: 09/03/2019 (Saturday)
Those wanting to have their concerns taken up at the ongoing United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) sessions in Geneva, Switzerland, can submit their concerns in writing to Northern Governor Suren Raghavan on 13 March, at the Chief Minister’s Office in Kaithady, Jaffna.
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Jaffna to get Olympic-standard aquatic complex
Published Date: 09/03/2019 (Saturday)
A foreign donor is interested in constructing an Olympic-standard aquatic sports complex and requested the Policy Development Office of the Prime Minister’s Office to find a suitable location in Jaffna. The Jaffna Government Agent has recommended certain lands for this purpose. After
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Treat women and girls with respect - EDITORIAL
Published Date: 09/03/2019 (Saturday)
At any level of society, the decision-making process is flawed when it lacks the feminine qualities and characteristics such as patience, resilience and inner courage. Across the world, this is a widely-held viewpoint, though some male chauvinists – downgraded and degraded in the modern age -- still promote male domination and abuse of power. Unfortunately, since
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Vandalizing archaeological sites - Cabinet approves upping fines, jail terms
Published Date: 09/03/2019 (Saturday)
Cabinet has approved the enactment of fresh legislation to increase fines and jail terms for those convicted of vandalizing archaeological sites and artefacts, an official said yesterday. As such the minimum fine for such offences will be increased from the present rate of Rs.50,000 to Rs.500,000 and the maximum to two million rupees. The new piece of
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Right time to abolish executive presidency - JVP
Published Date: 09/03/2019 (Saturday)
The Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP) says the time was right to bring in the 20th amendment to the Constitution to abolish the all-powerful executive presidential system of governance. The JVP, the main mover of the motion seeking abolishing of presidency, held a series of
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International Court Of Justice & The ‘Ceylon Tamils’
Published Date: 09/03/2019 (Saturday)
It is said that The International Court of Justice, the highest court of the United Nations came to the conclusion that Britain should return the Chagos Islands archchipelago to Mauritius without delay. At the ICJ Mauritius claimed they were coerced into handing over the Chagos Island to Britain at the time of their independence in 1968. That is 20 years after the independence of Ceylon.
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British Tamil Students Build War-Torn Mullaitivu's First Media Centre
Published Date: 08/03/2019 (Friday)
UKTSU (United Kingdom's Tamil Students Union) is proud to announce the grand opening of UKTSU’s media centre on 29th January 2019 at Kumulamunai Mahavidyalayam school, Mullaitivu.
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Joint Press Release: Sri Lanka sends war crimes denier to Geneva as part of official delegation.
Published Date: 07/03/2019 (Thursday)
Sri Lanka is sending a Minister to represent its Government in Geneva who has systematically denied war crimes, threatened journalists and allegedly intimidated a father whose child was killed. Media reports say Mahinda Samarasinghe is part of a three-man delegation despatched to the Human Rights Council for the current session[1].
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Karannagoda drags Gota into mass murder case
Published Date: 04/03/2019 (Monday)
ECONOMYNEXT – Former navy chief, Wasantha Karannagoda, who is wanted in connection with the abduction and killing of 11 young men has for the first time involved former defence secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa in the case, court records showed.
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Tamils’ Hopes Fading: Every Village Is Sinhalese? Rāghavan Sacked?
Published Date: 03/03/2019 (Sunday)
In 2015 nearly all Tamils had hoped for a new era. The government co-sponsoring UNHRC Resolution 30/1 increased our hope that we Tamils would be included in Sri Lanka and that those who murdered us and raped our women (including our murdered women) would be punished.
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106 Tamil Diaspora Groups Jointly Urge UNHRC Not to Give any more Additional Time to Sri Lanka - Urge to Refer to ICC
Published Date: 03/03/2019 (Sunday)
In a joint appeal by 106 Tamil Diaspora Groups from around the world urged the UN High-commissioner for Human Rights and Member States of the UN Human Rights Council: 1) Not to give any more additional time to Sri Lanka. Giving extension of time will permanently deny justice for Tamils. 2) To refer Sri Lanka to the International Criminal Court (ICC) or to a specially created international criminal tribunal for Sri Lanka.
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Ten Years After A War Without Witnesses: Global Tamil Forum Calls To Ensure Sri Lanka Firmly Remains On The UNHRC Agenda
Published Date: 03/03/2019 (Sunday)
“The time is right to consider consequences – both bi-lateral and multi-lateral – if Sri Lanka continues to repudiate its commitments,” says the Global Tamil Forum. Issuing a statement today the GTF said: “Ten years after the end of one of the most brutal wars of recent times, all victims and their families, irrespective of their background, need
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Human Rights Council 40: UK Statement for the Interactive Dialogue with the Special Rapporteur on the Protection of Human Rights while Countering Terrorism
Published Date: 02/03/2019 (Saturday)
We would like to thank the Special Rapporteur for the presentation of her report. We reaffirm our support for her mandate, and call on all states to cooperate with requests from special procedures. We welcome the opportunity for this interactive dialogue today.
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Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe, while speaking at the Kilinochchi District development review meeting, blamed the Northern Provincial Council authorities, saying that they have almost become inactive towards the problems faced by the people in North.
Published Date: 01/03/2019 (Friday)
After four years in foxholes: Gota’s first trial-at-bar
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Ranil blasts Northern Provincial Council
Published Date: 01/03/2019 (Friday)
Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe, while speaking at the Kilinochchi District development review meeting, blamed the Northern Provincial Council authorities, saying that they have almost become inactive towards the problems faced by the people in North.
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Approval for TRC mechanism Navi Pillay blasts Govt
Published Date: 28/02/2019 (Thursday)
Former United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay came strong on the current Sri Lankan Government for trying to seek Cabinet approval for a truth and reconciliation mechanism, when its leaders accepted to address justice and accountability in post-war Sri Lanka.
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A New ‘Washington Consensus’ ‘Indo–Pacific’ and India’s Emerging Role
Published Date: 28/02/2019 (Thursday)
The United States administration is fervently promoting the “Indo–Pacific” as an alternative geopolitical construct to mobilise a large number of countries in the Asia–Pacific region to contain Chinese and Russian influence. However, India under the Narendra Modi administration has become a strategic contraption by yielding to the pressures of the
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US resumes Millennium Challenge aid to Sri Lanka
Published Date: 28/02/2019 (Thursday)
The United States has approved resuming Foreign Military Financing and Millennium Challenge Corporation aid to Sri Lanka, which had been suspended after last year’s political crisis, Minister of Finance Mangala Samaraweera said.
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