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Photos: I’m not afraid of death threats
Posted Date: 13/12/2016 (Tuesday)
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Videos: Sri Lanka Navy commander assaults TV journalist who went to cover the hambantota harbor protest
Posted Date: 13/12/2016 (Tuesday)
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News: Phantoms of Mahinda Rajapaksa and Sri Lanka’s reign of terror
Posted Date: 11/12/2016 (Sunday)
Mahinda Rajapaksa sits at a desk in his party office beneath a photo of himself. He’s not especially tall but solid in the chest and arms; like an old rugby prop, his head seems to rest on his shoulders without much need for a neck. He’s never seen in public without his brown scarf, supposedly signifying the sweaty rags of Sri Lanka’s hard-toiling farmers. On his fingers this man of the people wears three chunky gold rings and on his wrist a bracelet of jade balls. Everyone here still calls him Mr President.
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News: BUDDHIST NATIONALISM AND RELIGIOUS VIOLENCE IN ŚRI LANKĀ
Posted Date: 11/12/2016 (Sunday)
While this Sangha. . . has democracy, it has neither [a] special country nor nation nor caste. To such a society which has no country, nation, or caste, every human being is the same. . . . Those who fight against the Tamils are not Buddhists. —Naravila Dhammaratana[1]
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News: Reconciliation in Sri Lanka: Mission Impossible?
Posted Date: 11/12/2016 (Sunday)
During the past few years much has been spoken and written about the need for reconciliation between the different communities in Sri Lanka. The Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission (LLRC) was appointed by President Mahinda Rajapakse to hear what was needed to be done to bring about reconciliation among the tattered communities in the country. This Commission’s recommendations did not receive the earnest consideration they deserved. Instead that regime continued to indulge in activities that made the possibility of a reconciliation become more remote.
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Events: லுய்ஷ்யாம் தமிழ் பாடசாலை வருடாந்த நிகழ்வு
Posted Date: 11/12/2016 (Sunday)
சிவன் கோவில் அருகாமையில் உள்ள சிவன் நிலைய மண்டபம், 12A Lee High ரோடு, Lewishiam
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News: Gazette Issued in 1818 by British Governor Brownrigg Branding 19 “Wellassa” Patriots Including Keppetipola as “Traitors” Cancelled by President Sirisena
Posted Date: 10/12/2016 (Saturday)
In a politically significant act which could help him garner the support of Sinhalese nationalists, Sri Lanka’s President Maithripala Sirisena, on Thursday cleared the names of 19 Sinhalese chiefs who were officially branded as ‘traitors’ by the British rulers of the island 198 years ago. The President’s media division said that Sirisena cancelled a gazette issued by the then British Governor, Lt.Gen.Robert Brownrigg on January 10, 1818, listing the 19 leaders, including Keppetipola Disawe as traitors.
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News: Sri Lanka decides to achieve sustainable development goals by 2030
Posted Date: 10/12/2016 (Saturday)
Sri Lanka's Cabinet of Ministers has taken the decision to appoint a Ministerial Sub-Committee to define and to achieve success in reaching the sustainable development goals of Sri Lanka by 2030. This decision was based on a memorandum submitted by President Maithripala Sirisena to the Cabinet.
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News: Govt. losing battle to quell extremist groups, warns JVP
Posted Date: 09/12/2016 (Friday)
The JVP yesterday slammed the Government for failing to protect the religious rights of Sri Lankans and accused it of providing validation for extremist organisations that are still working to whip up ethnic disharmony in the country while calling for an investigation into how these organisations are funded. JVP MP Vijitha Herath yesterday made an impassioned speech in Parliament calling on the Government to probe alleged links between the former Government headed by President Mahinda Rajapaksa and organisations such as the Bodu Bala Sena (BBS).
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News: On Sri Lankan issues, late CM pursued a strong line Her Assembly sought international probe into the alleged war crimes by the island nation
Posted Date: 09/12/2016 (Friday)
Former Chief Minister Jayalalithaa, who received tributes from a wide spectrum of political leaders of Sri Lanka, had always pursued a strong line on matters concerning the neighbouring country, though she did oscillate on the issue of Eelam war and Tamil refugees. In the initial years, after the Black July of 1983 when anti-Tamil riots broke out across Sri Lanka, the AIADMK leader had supported the cause of Tamil extremists, especially the LTTE. It was the period when the Central government was also supportive of the rebels. In the run-up to the dismissal of the DMK ministry in January 1991, she had turned her ire against the LTTE and urged the Centre to remove the DMK regime on the ground that the LTTE was carrying out “illegal and clandestine activities” with the “connivance and encouragement” of the State government.
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News: NPC's resolution against Buddhist temples not valid:Lanka govt
Posted Date: 09/12/2016 (Friday)
Sri Lankan government today said that a recent resolution adopted by the Northern Provincial Council prohibiting the construction of Buddhist temples in the Tamil-dominated North will have no legal standing. Justice Minister Wijeyadasa Rajapakshe told Parliament that there were no constitutional provisions for provincial councils to introduce such resolutions and that the government would in no way accept such a resolution.
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Photos: Sri Lanka's former strongman sets stage for comeback attempt
Posted Date: 09/12/2016 (Friday)
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Videos: NSSP Weekly Press Conference - English version (08/12/2016)
Posted Date: 09/12/2016 (Friday)
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News: Sri Lanka president cancels colonial-era order amid falling popularity
Posted Date: 08/12/2016 (Thursday)
Sri Lanka President Maithripala Sirisena on Thursday rescinded a colonial-era British order naming 19 nationals as "traitors" for leading a rebellion nearly 200 years ago, his office said, as he strives to shore up his fading popularity. Sirisena hailed the ethnic Sinhalese men whole led the insurrection against the island's British rulers as national heroes, a move some critics were swift to denounce as a political gimmick to bolster his support among the Sinhalese majority.
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News: Sri Lanka's ruling UNP to retain executive presidency
Posted Date: 08/12/2016 (Thursday)
Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe's United National Party (UNP) announced it will support a new constitution that will retain the current executive presidential system, but with a greater evolution of power in a unitary state. The policy-making Executive Committee of the UNP in a major policy decision declared its support to keep the presidency while changing the electoral system in favour of a hybrid of first-past-the-post and proportional representation.
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News: Lanka legislator alleges death threat over constitution reform
Posted Date: 08/12/2016 (Thursday)
It was reported that Jayampathy Wickremaratna, a leading legislator of Sri Lanka's ruling party today alleged that he had received death threats due to his involvement in the country's constitutional reform process. Jayampathy Wickremaratna of the ruling UNP said he had received death threats on the phone over his association in the current process of constitutional reform.
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News: Torture Is ‘Common Practice’ in Sri Lanka, U.N. Panel Finds
Posted Date: 08/12/2016 (Thursday)
President Maithripala Sirisena swept to a surprising election victory about two years ago promising political changes and human rights protections in Sri Lanka. On Wednesday, a United Nations committee questioned the government’s commitment to fulfilling those promises, pointing to the continued use of torture by the police and a failure to rapidly investigate and prosecute atrocities committed by security forces and Tamil Tiger rebels at the end of the country’s 26-year civil war in 2009.
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Photos: An opportunity to examine yahapalana failures- Tennakoon Dec 9 anti-corruption event
Posted Date: 08/12/2016 (Thursday)
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Photos: Case for new Constitution
Posted Date: 08/12/2016 (Thursday)
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Photos: Pupils raise more than £8K to build classrooms in Sri Lanka
Posted Date: 08/12/2016 (Thursday)
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