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News: Police fear public uprising
Posted Date: 19/06/2017 (Monday)
Police fear that the arrest of the Bodu Bala Sena leader Galagoda Aththe Gnanasara Thera would lead to negative consequences and even a possible public uprising, a high ranking Police official said yesterday.
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News: Sri Lanka arrests monk, police officer for anti-Muslim violence
Posted Date: 19/06/2017 (Monday)
Sri Lankan police have arrested four people including a Buddhist monk and a police officer accused of taking part in an attack on a mosque, as part of a crackdown on violence against the minority Muslim population.
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News: Constitutional reforms stagnating like garbage
Posted Date: 19/06/2017 (Monday)
It is a typical incongruity of these times that constitutional reforms promising protection of civil liberties are discussed in tight-lipped seriousness in Colombo even while the police seem unable to arrest the hate mongering leader of the Bodu Bala Sena, Galaboda Gnanasara despite two arrest warrants being issued by the courts.
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News: SRI LANKA: Final Report on the ‘Policy and Legal Framework Relating to the Proposed Counter Terrorism Act of Sri Lanka’
Posted Date: 19/06/2017 (Monday)
The Foundation for Human Rights (‘FHR’) and the University of Pretoria’s Institute for International and Comparative Law in Africa (‘ICLA’) have collaborated to produce this joint paper. The authors of the joint paper are Prof Christof Heyns, Director of ICLA and former UN Special Rapporteur on extra-judicial, summary or arbitrary executions; and Toby Fisher, a London based human rights barrister. The review represents the authors’ independent opinion.
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News: SRI LANKA: In support of religious minorities, rule of law and Lakshan Dias
Posted Date: 19/06/2017 (Monday)
Religious minorities in Sri Lanka – particularly Muslims and Evangelical Christians – faced serious persecution under the Rajapakse Government, which has continued even under the Sirisena-Ranil Government. The Catholic Archbishop of Colombo, who has been hostile towards Evangelical Christians (a numerical minority amongst Christians), now appears to be assisting this Government’s approach of denying the actual problem and attacking those who are attempting to highlight the gravity of the problem
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News: Minister pitches for ArcelorMittal’s steel prefab houses
Posted Date: 19/06/2017 (Monday)
The Resettlement Ministry this week summoned District and Divisional Secretaries and Directors of Planning of the North and East, for a Progress Review meeting in Colombo–and used the event to promote the controversial ArcelorMittal prefabricated (prefab) housing project.
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Photos: A brilliant future for China-SL cooperation under the ‘Belt and Road’ initiative
Posted Date: 19/06/2017 (Monday)
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Events: Refugee Week 2017 – Young Roots: Keep refugee families together
Posted Date: 19/06/2017 (Monday)
Garden Court Chambers 57-60 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2A 3LJ
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Photos: Reconciliatory efforts in line with Govt. priorities – CBK
Posted Date: 18/06/2017 (Sunday)
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Events: காக்கை இணையத்தின் காக்கை இதழ் அறிமுகம்
Posted Date: 18/06/2017 (Sunday)
Ealing Aman Temple Hall, 5 Chapel Road, ealing, London W13 9AE
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News: Sri Lanka to release 42 Indian fishing boats on condition
Posted Date: 16/06/2017 (Friday)
Fisheries Minister Mahinda Amaraweera said in a statement on Thursday that the Indian government has been informed about this decision. Sri Lanka on Friday said it will release 42 Indian fishing boats held in its custody since 2015 on a condition that they will never re-enter the country’s territorial waters. Fisheries Minister Mahinda Amaraweera said in a statement on Thursday that the Indian government has been
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News: Sri Lanka debates its antiquated Muslim family laws
Posted Date: 16/06/2017 (Friday)
TO AVOID being married at 17 to a stranger, the Muslim schoolgirl from Sri Lanka’s north-west tried to commit suicide by swallowing a bottle of her mother’s diabetes pills. While she was recovering in hospital, her parents went ahead and registered the marriage. The union took place under the version of Sri Lanka’s family law that applies only to Muslims.
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News: Under new Constitution: 'Caste based reservations sought in Jaffna'
Posted Date: 16/06/2017 (Friday)
Caste based reservations in governing bodies and educational institutions have been sought by some political parties, organizations and individuals in Jaffna in their submissions to the Pubic Representation Committee on Constitutional Reforms, officials said yesterday. Committee Chairman Lal Wijenayake told the Daily Mirror that the north was the sole area
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News: New Constitution A path to heaven or hell
Posted Date: 16/06/2017 (Friday)
The latest wave of interest in the welfare of Tamil citizens in Sri Lanka is definitely the unavoidable result of the desperation of the fanatically extremist elements of the Tamil Diaspora who are after their pound of flesh. It is a case of nothing to lose and everything to gain for the diehard extremist elements to have a separate state carved out of Sri Lanka. Prabhakaran was the cat's paw for 30 odd years without ever knowing that he was dispensable and now that he is no more
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Photos: Is a Religious War our Next Fate?
Posted Date: 16/06/2017 (Friday)
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Photos: A non-political citizenry for a no-politician democracy
Posted Date: 16/06/2017 (Friday)
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Photos: Whose baby is the new constitution?
Posted Date: 16/06/2017 (Friday)
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News: Enhancing employability of our graduates
Posted Date: 15/06/2017 (Thursday)
A large number of students graduate every year from our 15 state universities and many other degree-awarding institutes in Sri Lanka and, therefore, the employability of graduates has become a critical issue. In the year 2015 alone the state university system produced nearly 35,000 graduates (internal degrees – 17,000, external degrees - 13,000 and Open University degrees - 5000 approximately), and the majority of them (67%) were females.
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News: This is not good governance
Posted Date: 15/06/2017 (Thursday)
Tourism Development and Christian Affairs Minister John Amaratunga was caught in camera scolding and apparently attempting to assault a journalist at his party office in Kandana last week. Although Sri Lankans are used to seeing this kind of behaviour by politicians and high ranking officials, as if they had the right to behave in such a manner, this particular incident has not created an uproar in society.
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Photos: Cogs Of Democracy: Sri Lanka’s Court System
Posted Date: 15/06/2017 (Thursday)
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