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News: The Sri Lankan who solved a maths problem for Jeff Bezos & gave the world Amazon
Posted Date: 20/09/2018 (Thursday)
Yasantha Rajakarunanayake is surprised Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, the world’s richest man, remembers him three decades after they lost touch. The Sri Lankan scientist, now based in the US, was Bezos’ classmate at Princeton University in the 1980s.
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News: Sri Lanka Rupee fell by over 2201% against US Dollar in a 41 year history from 1977-2018
Posted Date: 20/09/2018 (Thursday)
Sri Lanka’s Rupee has fallen by over 2201% against US Dollar in a 41 year history since the economy was opened to the globe in 1977, the analysts notes. Accordingly as at January 1st 1977 US Dollar exchange rate in terms of Sri Lankan Rupees stood at Rs. 7.27 levels whilst as at 19th September 2018 nearly 41 year history US Dollar had appreciated making Sri Lankans pay over Rs. 167.4125 (Central Bank announced Telegraphic Transfer Rate as 19 September 2018) for a US Dollar.
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News: Seychelles: A gateway to East Africa for security and economic interests of India and Sri Lanka
Posted Date: 20/09/2018 (Thursday)
When Danny Faure took over as the President of Seychelles one of his first visits was to India. For India, Seychelles though a small island nation holds significant importance. The reasons for this are manifold, due to its geographical setting it serves as a crucial maritime gateway connecting the Indian subcontinent and Sri Lanka with East Africa through the Indian Ocean and thereby helps in expanding the diplomatic and security policy of these countries beyond their immediate neighborhood. During the June visit in 2018 between the
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Photos: Recent Excavations and Survey at Jaffna Fort in 2017 and Reflections on the Antiquity of Indian Ocean Trade
Posted Date: 20/09/2018 (Thursday)
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News: Chagie: I’m designated as a ‘war criminal’
Posted Date: 19/09/2018 (Wednesday)
Gajaba was engraved in golden letters of the annals of the history of the Sri Lanka Army, if not in the history of Sri Lanka … and I’m certain it will never to be reversed by any. "So, I’m happy to be retired being a tiny particle of that proud chapter of the history, though designated as a ‘War Criminal."
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News: Q Branch police question ‘LTTE member’
Posted Date: 18/09/2018 (Tuesday)
Q Branch police have quizzed a suspected militant of the now defunct Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), who was part of a gang, which indulged in unlawful activities in Tamil Nadu in 2015 in a bid to revive the organisation. Q Branch police officials said C. Kumar alias Murugan alias Udyakumar, 37, hailing from
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News: War Crimes in Sri Lanka: Stain or slander?
Posted Date: 18/09/2018 (Tuesday)
This piece responds to ‘In Defence of the Armed Forces of Sri Lanka’, a report published by the the Global Sri Lanka Forum that appraises a report released by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Investigation on Sri Lanka. “The international community] wants Sri Lanka’s armed forces to face up to the stain on their reputation, so that they can once again play a constructive role in international peace-keeping operations, and command the full respect that so many of their members deserve.
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News: Sri Lanka Apparently Target of an Undeclared War
Posted Date: 17/09/2018 (Monday)
In June this year, announcing U.S. withdrawal from the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC), Ambassador Niki Haley said, "We take this step because our commitment does not allow us to remain a part of a hypocritical and self-serving organisation that makes a mockery of human rights."
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Videos: Kelvikkenna Bathil | Exclusive Interview with Mahinda Rajapaksa
Posted Date: 17/09/2018 (Monday)
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News: Sri Lanka: Wartime ministers admit to military executing surrendered Tamils (VIDEO)
Posted Date: 16/09/2018 (Sunday)
Ministers from the Rajapaksa administration acknowledged that rebels and civilians were killed after they surrendered to the military in the final days of the government assault against Tamil Tigers. Tamil war victims as well as global rights watchdogs including the UN has been calling for an independent investigation with international participation to determine the fate of tens of thousands who handed themselves over to the military at the end of the war in May 2009.
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News: Mahinda establishes rapport with Modi, "visibly" makes up with India
Posted Date: 16/09/2018 (Sunday)
Former Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa’s private visit to New Delhi last week has helped him establish a "personal rapport" with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, his confidant Prof GL Peiris told the Sunday Island here. At a dinner at Le Meridien Dr Subramanian Swamy, India’s ruling BJP MP, hosted for his guest Rajapaksa and his team on Thursday night, Peiris told this correspondent: "Mr
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Events: நடராச சச்சிதானந்தன் அவர்களிற்கு சேவை நலம் பாராட்டு விழா
Posted Date: 16/09/2018 (Sunday)
Sivan Hall, 12A, Lee High Road, Lewisham SE13 5LQ
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Events: அறமும் போராட்டமும்
Posted Date: 16/09/2018 (Sunday)
Surbiton Library hall, Ewell raod, Surbiton Surrey KT6 6AG
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News: Sri Lanka seeks UN reprieve over war crimes probe
Posted Date: 15/09/2018 (Saturday)
Sri Lanka's president said Friday (Sep 14) that he wants the United Nations to drop its demand for state accountability over the alleged killing of some 40,000 Tamil civilians by government forces during a brutal civil war. Maithripala Sirisena told local editors in Colombo that he will ask the UN General Assembly to allow Sri Lanka to "amicably resolve" war crime allegations against the majority Sinhalese
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News: Human Rights Council holds high-level panel on the seventieth anniversary of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide
Posted Date: 15/09/2018 (Saturday)
The Human Rights Council this morning held a high-level panel on the seventieth anniversary on the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide. Vojislav Šuc, President of the Human Rights Council, said that the seventieth anniversary of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, adopted on 9 December 1948 and succeeded by the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on the next day, was an important opportunity for Member States and the international community to reaffirm the significance of the Convention and continue their efforts to
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Events: சிறுப்பிட்டி தமிழறிஞர் இராவ்பகதூர் சி வை தாமோதரம்பிள்ளை அவர்களின் 187 ஆவது ஜனன தினம்
Posted Date: 15/09/2018 (Saturday)
வீரசிங்கம் மண்டபம் யாழ்ப்பாணம்
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Events: பெண்ணிலைச் சந்திப்பும் பெண்ணிய உரையாடலும்
Posted Date: 15/09/2018 (Saturday)
சென்ட் ஜோன்ஸ் சேர்ச் திருமலை வீதி , ஊரணி , மடடக்களப்பு - இலங்கை
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Events: இசைகளின் சங்கமம் -2018
Posted Date: 15/09/2018 (Saturday)
Leatherhead Theatre KT22 8DN
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Videos: Lankan Women sell kidneys to repay loans– UN Expert
Posted Date: 15/09/2018 (Saturday)
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Videos: Sri Lanka's gov is scared of the Tamil people" (Basque subs)
Posted Date: 15/09/2018 (Saturday)
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