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Photos: Community based tourism in Mullaitivu
Posted Date: 15/09/2013 (Sunday)
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News: APPGT statement on Navipillai’s visit to Sri Lanka
Posted Date: 15/09/2013 (Sunday)
Following Human Rights Council chief Navi Pillai’s visit to Sri Lanka the All Party Parliamentary Group for Tamils (APGT) release a statement as follows: The All Party Parliamentary Group for Tamils (APPGT) welcomes the visit by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay and we acknowledge the observations she made during her mission in Sri Lanka.
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News: The growing problem of teenage mothers
Posted Date: 15/09/2013 (Sunday)
It’s an inconvenient truth–but the increasing number of teenage pregnancies is a troubling concern for both state authorities as well as social workers. Among the reported cases this year, girls as young as 11-years of age have become pregnant, falling victim to abuse and in many cases, incest. According to Family Health Bureau (FHB) statistics, on average, 20,000 females below the age of 20 become pregnant each year. Experts in the area say the main reasons are poverty, alcoholism, unstable family relationships and lack of proper sex education.
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Events: Discussion Forum - 13 of the Activity Centre for Tamil Language Communities
Posted Date: 15/09/2013 (Sunday)
4A, East Avenue, Eastham London E12 6SG
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Photos: Storm in a teacup: TNA’s Election ‘Manifesto’
Posted Date: 15/09/2013 (Sunday)
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Photos: Showpiece development in north but TNA victory inevitable
Posted Date: 15/09/2013 (Sunday)
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Photos: Lanka rejects 98 recommendations at UPR
Posted Date: 15/09/2013 (Sunday)
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News: “Yarl Devi” Train service to Killinochchi launched by President Rajapakse
Posted Date: 14/09/2013 (Saturday)
President Mahinda Rajapaksa launched the train service at Omanthai this morning and travelled onboard the ‘Yal Devi’ train to Kilinochchi. Train services resumed between Colombo and Kilinochchi today, for the first time in 23 years. The brand new Yarl Devi train S12 was imported from China and the Indian-based Ircon International re-built the 62-kilometre Northern railway line from Omanthai to Kilinochchi at a cost of US$185 million.
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Videos: Tamil must get national status in India - Hon'ble MP Tarun Vijay
Posted Date: 14/09/2013 (Saturday)
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Events: IQA Wisdom 2013 - "The Ultimate Quiz Challenge"
Posted Date: 14/09/2013 (Saturday)
Kings Bury Hotel, Colombo
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News: Coercive population control in Kilinochchi
Posted Date: 13/09/2013 (Friday)
Women in three villages in Kilinochchi have been subjected to coercive population control, the Groundviews website reported. According to the report this incident occurred on August 31, 2013 at the Veravil government divisional hospital in Kilinochchi. The affected women reside in Valaipaddu, Veravil and Keranchi, three coastal villages.
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News: “We don't accept TNA Election Manifesto”: Government of Sri Lanka
Posted Date: 13/09/2013 (Friday)
The Sri Lankan government has said that it cannot accept the election manifesto of the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) for the Northern Provincial Council. Cabinet Spokesperson, Minister Keheliya Rambukwella told a news conference Thursday, that the government regrets the contents of the TNA election manifesto. He said that the government could not accept the manifesto as it contravenes the Constitution of the country.
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News: Tamil Nadu Politicians using the Sri Lankan Tamils’ issue for their own gains: TNA Chief Ministerial Candidate C. V. Wigneswaran
Posted Date: 13/09/2013 (Friday)
Tamil Nadu politicians use the Sri Lankan Tamils’ issue for their own gains, much to the detriment of the Tamils in Sri Lanka, said Justice C.V. Wigneswaran, the chief ministerial candidate of the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) in the upcoming Northern Provincial Council elections. Speaking to The Hindu, Mr. Wigneswaran said: “In Tamil Nadu, our problems have been taken to be the ball to be played in the tennis court between the two or three parties. The Tamil Nadu politicians start hitting the ball from one side to the other and it is we who get hit by that.”
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Videos: உலகத் தமிழ் இலக்கிய மாநாடு - World Tamil Literary Conference, Sydney 2013
Posted Date: 13/09/2013 (Friday)
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Photos: Uncovering The War
Posted Date: 13/09/2013 (Friday)
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Photos: Backlash against Gota’s ‘extremism’ speech
Posted Date: 13/09/2013 (Friday)
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News: At UN, ICC's Map of Crimes Includes Sri Lanka, Myanmar and Zimbabwe
Posted Date: 12/09/2013 (Thursday)
“On top of his file folder was a map, depicting by colors which countries have joined the ICC, which countries are being looked at (yellow dots), where prosecutions are ongoing (four red dots, all in Africa) and where Crimes Have Been Committed, noted with a green dot. There was a green dot on Sri Lanka, another on Zimbabwe and one on Myanmar”, reported Intercity Press, a member of the UN press corps.
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News: M Karunanidhi calls for referendum in Sri Lanka to end woes of Tamils
Posted Date: 12/09/2013 (Thursday)
A referendum under the aegis of the United Nations alone would give a fresh lease of life to "beleaguered" Tamils in Sri Lanka, DMK chief M Karunanidhi said in Chennai today. "Tamils all over the world earnestly expect that the UN would come forward for such a permanent solution (referendum) after the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Navanethem Pillay tables report based on her recent tour of Sri Lanka to study the plight of Tamils," he said.
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Photos: The northern election and historical stumbling blocks
Posted Date: 12/09/2013 (Thursday)
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News: The Federal Office for Migration (FOM) will temporarily stop all expulsions to Sri Lanka until they have the results about the alleged torture cases
Posted Date: 11/09/2013 (Wednesday)
In two cases, rejected asylum seekers have claimed that they were detained and tortured after their return from Switzerland to Sri Lanka. After NGOs made these cases public, the Federal Office for Migration (FOM) announced last week that they will examine these cases, and that they will temporarily stop all expulsions to Sri Lanka until they have the results about the alleged torture cases.
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