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News: Rejected Delimitation Report costs Rs. 21.2 million
Posted Date: 27/08/2018 (Monday)
A total of Rs.21.2 million had been incurred in the process of creating the Provincial Council Delimitation Report, sources revealed yesterday. The report was rejected by Parliament on Friday (24) when the vote was taken. According to Parliament sources the expense had been made in respect of the five-member Commission, appointed by the President for their personal emoluments, travelling, supplies
News: Wigneswaran, Sampanthan and Tamil National Alliance Intra-Tensions
Posted Date: 27/08/2018 (Monday)
However the goals of making the Northern Provincial Council dysfunctional and preventing a socio-economic renaissance through development activities have succeeded to some extent due to Chief minister Wigneswaran and a few provincial councillors, some officials and sections of the Tamil media Wigneswaran may have been a Supreme Court judge but he proved to be absolutely incompetent as a chief minister and was thoroughly inefficient as an administrator He wrote to the President saying he will not participate in the Task Force and released it to the media. He also urged the TNA not to attend Task Force meetings Wigneswaran began exerting pressure on TNA leader Sampanthan to comply with his call for a boycott
News: Youths tired of politicians and elections; dip in voter registration
Posted Date: 27/08/2018 (Monday)
A drop in voter registration, especially among the country’s youth, has been observed in the latest enumeration process, Election Commission Chairman Mahinda Deshapriya told the Sunday Times. “I don’t think parties or politicians should be blamed entirely. The youth are not against individual parties or politicians, but against the system as a whole. We have spoken to some of them and they say; ‘we don’t want elections, we have no interest in
News: TNA to join Presidential Task Force against C.V's wishes
Posted Date: 27/08/2018 (Monday)
Tamil National Alliance (TNA) has ignored a request by Northern Province Chief Minister C.V. Wigneswaran to boycott the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on the development of the Northern and Eastern Provinces and would participate in a meeting of the task force scheduled for today (27). The Northern Chief Minister had made the above request claiming that the government was attempting to undermine the long-awaited political solution to the ethnic problem by increasing economic activities in the region.
News: Sri Lanka and India discuss fast tracking Indian Ocean shipping, security deal
Posted Date: 27/08/2018 (Monday)
Sri Lanka's Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe and India's Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj had discussed the need to fast track an agreement on freedom of navigation and security during bilateral talks on the sidelines of a conference on the Indian Ocean held in Vietnam. Swaraj and Wickremesinghe had agreed that the Indian Ocean Conference, which is being held for the third successive year, is the best forum to hammer out an agreement on freedom of navigation, peace and security in the Indian Ocean, a statement from the Prime Minister's office said.
News: Duterte urged to take Malaysia cue on China aid
Posted Date: 27/08/2018 (Monday)
Opposition senator De Lima flags risks of taking loans to fund massive infrastructure projects Manila: President Rodrigo Duterte should carefully study the option of taking loans from China given the experience of other countries having to contend with a debt vortex at a later stage, an opposition senator cautioned.
News: SL Army focuses on Global Disruptions and National Security
Posted Date: 27/08/2018 (Monday)
The Colombo Defense seminar the apex seminar organized by the Sri Lanka Army is to be held on 30th and 31 August. This year the seminar will focus on the theme of ‘global disruptions’ and implications on national security. Global disruptions have been the focus on many policy and academic conversations in the 21st Century. The impact global disruptions can have on national security is a very pertinent and timely conversation.
News: Mahinda should be awarded ‘Bharat Ratna’ like Mandela – Subramanian Swamy
Posted Date: 27/08/2018 (Monday)
Rajya Sabha MP of the Indian Parliament and senior politician Subramanian Swamy in one of his latest tweets has referred to former President Mahinda Rajapaksa’s upcoming visit to Delhi, India. The Indian MP had previously invited former President Rajapaksa to Delhi to attend a function organized by the ‘Virat Hindustan Sangam’.
Photos: China’s plan to build houses in Sri Lanka hits a hurdle
Posted Date: 27/08/2018 (Monday)
News: National Police Commission : Powerless against IGP
Posted Date: 26/08/2018 (Sunday)
The National Police Commission (NPC) cannot compel the Inspector General of Police (IGP) to implement its recommendations, says its Chairman P.H. Manatunge. The Commissioner made these comments in response to news reports that IGP Pujith Jayasundara has failed to thus far implement several recommendations made by the NPC, particularly with regard to promotions.
News: Chinese archaeologists study ancient Jaffna ports: India also wants to develop it
Posted Date: 26/08/2018 (Sunday)
The Chinese are not only interested in developing Sri Lanka’s major ports such as Colombo and Hambantota. They also want to learn about the history of the country’s other ports, an unusual interest indeed. Involved in the task in Sri Lanka now is a team of archaeologists from the Shanghai Museum. Their attention at present is focused on learning about the ancient port city that existed centuries ago in Jaffna. Interesting enough, India has expressed the wish to develop the port
News: Police acting similar to 'bulls in the China shop': SF
Posted Date: 26/08/2018 (Sunday)
The Police are playing the fool using the freedom given by the yahapalana government, Wildlife and Regional Development Minister Sarath Foinseka told Parliament yesterday. He said this during the debate on the provincial delimitation commission report and pointed out that some senior police officers were acting similar to ‘Bulls in the china shop’.
News: Palaly to be upgraded to a regional airport
Posted Date: 26/08/2018 (Sunday)
Three ministries are seeking Cabinet approval to upgrade the Palaly Airport to the level of a regional airport and operate flights to South Indian cities by the end of this year, a senior cabinet minister said yesterday. A joint cabinet paper is to be submitted by the ministries of Transport and Civil Avaition, Policy Planning and Economic Development and Tourism to seek Rs 1.2 billion for the refurbishment, Minister Nimal Siripala de Silva said.
News: 19A unambiguous on two-term presidential office-holders - Elections Commission and experts
Posted Date: 26/08/2018 (Sunday)
While new legal interpretations surfacing to indicate former President Mahinda Rajapaksa can contest presidential elections again despite the 19th Amendment being in force, experts and officials at the independent election commission insist the law is crystal clear on the point that persons twice elected to the office of President by the people are disqualified from being elected again. EC officials also said that criteria for disqualification of presidential nominees were listed in the constitution and not in the Presidential Elections Act
Events: வன்னி விழிப்புலநற்றோர் சங்கம் நடாத்தும் கௌரவிப்பு நிகழ்வு - 2018
Posted Date: 26/08/2018 (Sunday)
கிளிநொச்சி கூட்டுறவு மண்டபம்
News: Drought in Kilinochchi brings misery to thousands
Posted Date: 25/08/2018 (Saturday)
A population of about 82,000 people representing 24,100 families in the Kilinochchi District have been affected by the drought prevailing in the area. A senior official of the District Disaster Management Centre said the people of Kilinochchi, Kandawalai. Pachilipalai, Karachchi and Poonaryn divisions were the worst affected. He said all garden wells had run dry creating hardships for the people for want of drinking water.
News: Co-author dies as Sri Lanka parliament shoots down report
Posted Date: 25/08/2018 (Saturday)
A member of the controversial de-limitation committee died of a heart attack in Jaffna Saturday hours after a report he co-authored was shot down by parliament in an unprecedented move. Professor Shahul H. Hasbullah, 67, was a member of the committee which drew up new electoral boundaries for the next provincial council election. The panel had presented a 804-page report to the House five months ago and it was debated and rejected on Friday.
Events: "Vaakai" 2018 Musical and Dance event
Posted Date: 25/08/2018 (Saturday)
Planet shakers church hall, 360 main Rd, Lower Plenty, Victoria 3093
News: A New Model of Human Security
Posted Date: 22/08/2018 (Wednesday)
Between interventionist excesses and tragic cases of inaction, it is clear that the international community still lacks a reliable doctrine of humanitarian intervention. The problem is that current security models are still based on the traditional concept of state sovereignty, rather than focusing on individual dignity.
News: Silencing Scholarly Voices, One Event at a Time Rational voices are being drummed out of India’s public sphere. How can scholars be expected to speak when the intolerant demands of haters are put above the pursuit of knowledge?
Posted Date: 22/08/2018 (Wednesday)
On August 11, 2018, I did not speak in Hyderabad. I had been invited to give a lecture on that day by the Krishnakriti Foundation, originally at the Kalakriti Art Gallery and later, owing to a tremendous response from Hyderabadis interested in attending, at the Bhaskara Auditorium at the B.M. Birla Science Centre. A few weeks before the scheduled date, self-described members of the Bajrang Dal, RSS, and BJP wrote letters of protest to the police. I only saw one such letter. The letter took umbrage to

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