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News: Sinhala nationalists protest against Indian interference
Posted Date: 29/07/2012 (Sunday)
About 100 protesters from the Federation of National Organizations, made up of Sinhala nationalistic groups, staged a protest in front of the Indian embassy in Colombo, saying that India should not interfere in their country's internal affairs by criticizing plans to withdraw rights from provincial councils set up to share power with ethnic minority Tamils. The protest came after top Indian politicians criticized the Sri Lankan government's plan to withdraw certain powers from the provincial councils.
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Videos: Al Jazeera interview regarding Sri Lankan asylum seekers
Posted Date: 29/07/2012 (Sunday)
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Photos: A tale of two interventions
Posted Date: 28/07/2012 (Saturday)
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News: Judge order for the release of Tamil Nadu fishermen arrested by Sri Lankan Navy
Posted Date: 27/07/2012 (Friday)
Twenty three Tamil Nadu Fishermen arrested by Sri Lankan navy on 22 July when they were fishing near Katchatheevu in the Palk Straits were released on 27 July. The news of their release was announced in New Delhi at a joint news conference attended by Indian External Affairs Minister S M Krishna and the visiting Indonesian Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa.
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Videos: Australian Human Rights Commissioner calls for mandatory detention of asylum seekers to be abandoned
Posted Date: 26/07/2012 (Thursday)
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News: Worker Rights and Benefits at stake – Testing Time for Trade Unions
Posted Date: 25/07/2012 (Wednesday)
The Ill- conceived policies of the government have resulted in the steady erosion of real wages of workers due to depreciation of the rupee and the consequent fall in its purchasing power. The trade union demand for a budgetary relief allowance of Rs. 5000/- to cushion the effects of the devaluation of rupee has been frowned upon by the government. Not even minimum wages of private sector employees have been raised and these employees continue to languish with a paltry sum of Rs. 7,500/- and struggle to make ends meet.
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News: India’s LTTE Ban Renewal: Politics of Security
Posted Date: 24/07/2012 (Tuesday)
The Government of India (GoI) has extended the ban on the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) for two more years. LTTE was first banned in 1991 in the aftermath of the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi. According to the Home Ministry of India, "LTTE continues to adopt a strong anti-India posture as also continues to pose a grave threat to the security of Indian nationals, it is necessary to declare LTTE as an 'unlawful association' with immediate effect."
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Photos: Pakistan's help to Sri Lanka for Nuclear plant alarms India
Posted Date: 24/07/2012 (Tuesday)
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News: Economic Success or Successful Gilmart?
Posted Date: 24/07/2012 (Tuesday)
The Central Bank has reported economic growth at 8.3%, inflation at 6.7%, an unemployment rate of 4.2% and a per-capita income of US $ 2849 in 2011, a sharp increase from $ 2400 in 2010 – a success story which we should be proud of. This means the income of the average household in Sri Lanka which is 4 persons according to the Central Bank report has risen by Rs 14,035 per month between 2010 and 2011 - something which is difficult to imagine. This average income is obtained by dividing the national income by the population.
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Photos: Analysis: Bridging the language divide in Sri Lanka
Posted Date: 23/07/2012 (Monday)
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Photos: Analysis: Bridging the language divide in Sri Lanka
Posted Date: 22/07/2012 (Sunday)
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Photos: Tamils: why we get on the boats
Posted Date: 21/07/2012 (Saturday)
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Videos: In Sri Lanka, child-friendly schools transform communities
Posted Date: 21/07/2012 (Saturday)
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News: Free Omar Khadr from Guantánamo: Senator Roméo Dallaire’s Campaign
Posted Date: 15/07/2012 (Sunday)
Omar Khadr is the only child soldier ever prosecuted, and Guantanamo's last western prisoner. In 2010, Omar entered into a plea deal with the Canadian and American governments in exchange for a promise that he could return home to Canada to finish his sentence. The U.S. has already signed off on his return, yet the Canadian Government has refused to follow through on its end of the deal. All the while Khadr sits in solitary confinement in Guantanamo Bay.
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Videos: Tamil National Alliance Member of Parliament Sumanthiran on LLRC Report and the HR situation in the
Posted Date: 12/07/2012 (Thursday)
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News: Sri Lanka, Indian navies hold maritime boundary talks
Posted Date: 07/07/2012 (Saturday)
India and Sri Lanka discussed maritime matters, including the issue of fishermen straying in each other’s territorial waters, as they held a crucial annual meeting aimed at strengthening naval relationship. The 21st International Maritime Boundary Line (IMBL) meeting between Sri Lanka and India was held onboard the Sri Lanka Naval Ship Sagara at the Indo-Sri Lanka Maritime Boundary Line off Kankasanthurai yesterday, Lankan Navy said today.
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Photos: SRI LANKA: Donor interest in north waning
Posted Date: 06/07/2012 (Friday)
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Videos: Robert D. Kaplan on China's Port Expansion in the Indian Ocean (Agenda)
Posted Date: 29/06/2012 (Friday)
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Photos: Sri Lanka blocks five Tamil news portals, arrests journalists
Posted Date: 29/06/2012 (Friday)
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News: Tamil Refugee killed in gang violence
Posted Date: 25/06/2012 (Monday)
Nimalaraja, a Tamil refugee who has fled persecution in Sri Lanka and moved to the UK after gaining asylum in Germany in 1993, has died following a confrontation with a group of teenagers in the east Midlands town of Leicester. The local police have appealed for witnesses after launching a murder investigation into the death of Ponnuthurai Nimalaraja, 41, who died a week after he was found with serious head injuries sustained during the confrontation on June 9.
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