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Sri Lanka- Situation report - Issue No.6 -(01.03.1986)
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'Come join us", says 3 large advertisements in the govt. owned Daily News, inserted by the Sri Lanka army. 1. "The Sri Lanka Army seeks young gentlemen for appointment as Agricultural Officers. The ideal candidate should have a minimum of 2 years experience in a StateICorporation sector organisation or in a re-nised private sector Agricultural or allied project, after obtaining a degree in Agriculture.. . Selected candidates would be granted a Commission in the Regular Force in the rank of Lieutenant.. ." 2. The Sri Lanka Army seeks young, technically qualified gentlemen for appointment as Officers in the Sri Lanka Electrical 8 Mechanical Engineers.. . 3. The Sri Lanka Army seeks young gentlemen for appointment as Garrison Engineers.. . (Daily News- 28.2.86)
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Sri Lanka- Situation report - Issue No.5 -(15.02.1986)
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A senior official of the British High Commission is in Jaffna to assist in case the terrorist group, Eelam Revolutionary Organisation of Students (EROS), wants to release the kidnapped free lance writer, Mrs. Penelope Willis. In a 5-page statement issued in Jaffna yesterday, the EROS said that she had been seeing a number of people in Colombo, including those involved with security.
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Sri Lanka- Situation report - Issue No.3 -(15.01.1986)
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A star war will take place on January 8, 1986, in the house of Parliamentary affairs. This planetary was is between Mercury, the planet of communication and mass media vs mysterious Neptune. The winner is Neptune the planet of “worry”. It builds up fear from neighbours. Cordial relations between rulers of neighbouring countries turn into dreadful situations. This could also be a period of stress adversely affecting the rule of law. Resolutions of condemnation of rulers may be discussed as internal dissensions grow.
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Sri Lanka- Situation report - Issue No.2 -(01.01.1986)
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There are 50,000 refugees from terrorism in six districts of the north and east, the Ministry of National Security said yesterday. Trincomalee had the largest number with 21,737, Anuradhapura had 15,217 and Batticaloa had 8,517. The other districts were Vavuniya. Mannar and Mullaitivu. ( Daily News: 5/12)
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Sri Lanka- Background briefing- Issue No.5 & 6 (25.06-25.07.1986)
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The world has yet to wake up to the fact that in the little island of Sri Lanka, there is a little area that has ceased to be under the island government's control. That area is the northern most portion called Jaffna Peninsula. In a country with a 74% Sinhala Population, the Jaffna Penninsula is today almost 100% Tamil. It occupies a position that is unique in the civilized world. There is no police force, and the courts of law are dormant. Lawyers get no briefs, the judges no work. The government writ does no longer prevail; the government appointed civil administration functions only to the extent that it is permitted to exercise authority by Tamil Liberation forces.
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Sri Lanka- Background briefing- Issue No.4 (25.05.1986)
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When events overtake human plans and efforts making them seen inconsequential that is the time when one senses the throb of a historical force. Sunday May 4th 1986 was the day when the Tamil Eelam Supporter's Organisation (TESO) held its SAVE CEYLON TAMILS CONFERENCE at madurai. It certainly promised to be an event of considerable political significance at that point of time. For the first time leaders and representatives of Opposition parties particularly from the North, with differing approaches on domestic politics were gathering in the heart of Tamil Nadu on a united bid to express solidarity with Tamils of Sri Lanka, Not withstanding the absence of the ruling party of the State, and the two Communist parties which were invited but declined to attend, the nationwide representation was broad enough to attract interest.
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Sri Lanka- Situation report - Issue No.3 -(15.01.1986)
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A star war will take place on January 8, 1986, in the house of Parliamentary affairs. This planetary was is between Mercury, the planet of communication and mass media vs mysterious Neptune. The winner is Neptune the planet of “worry”. It builds up fear from neighbours. Cordial relations between rulers of neighbouring countries turn into dreadful situations. This could also be a period of stress adversely affecting the rule of law. Resolutions of condemnation of rulers may be discussed as internal dissensions grow.
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Sri Lanka- Background briefing- Issue No.1 (25.01.1986)
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Two people – totally different in many respects, and between whom there no love is lost – have been in the news recently, in Sri Lanka. These two are likely to make more news in the coming months. They are: Savumiamoorthy Thonaman who is the acknowledgted reader of the vast majority of plantation Tamils and Minister of Rural Industrial Development in the present government; and Mrs Srima Bandaranike, twice Prime Minister in the past and now emerging as a distinct threat to President Jayawardene's stay in power.
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Sri Lanka- Background briefing- Issue No.2 (25.02.1986)
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In the first Cabinet headed by the leader of the United National Party, Don Stephen Senanayake, sworn in under the Soulbury Constitution on September 26, 1947 prior to the effective transfer of power on February 4 1948, there were four future Prime Ministers – Dudley Senanayake (the son of the Prime Minister) Col. J.L. Kotelawala (later to be knighted as Sir John) S.W.R.D Bandaranaike (later to found the Sri Lanka Freedom Party) and J.R Jayewardene.
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Tamil Information - Issue No.9
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To all those who look forward with naïve expectation that once the virtually imposed "Ceasefire" in Sri Lanka is made to stick for some period of time, a politicalm "settlement" would become and inevitable corollary, we recommend the wise words of Rudyard Kipling: " Nothing is ever settled until it is settled right."
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