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Photos: Sri Lanka: Probe into LTTE Crimes Should Start with Karuna
Posted Date: 28/03/2013 (Thursday)
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News: World Bank provides US$200 million to Health Sector Services in Sri Lanka
Posted Date: 27/03/2013 (Wednesday)
The World Bank approved today a concessionary loan of US $ 200 million to Sri Lanka for the Second Health Sector Development Project (SHSDP) to help the Government of Sri Lanka upgrade the standards of performance of the public health system and enable it to better respond to the challenges of a middle income country. The project is expected to benefit the whole population of 21 million people of the country, especially the poorer and more vulnerable population groups who depend more on public health services.
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Videos: Haunted by her Yesterdays
Posted Date: 27/03/2013 (Wednesday)
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Videos: Tamil Nadu assembly adopts resolution: Centre must stop treating Sri Lanka as a friendly country
Posted Date: 27/03/2013 (Wednesday)
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News: Sri Lankan mass grave with 154 skeletons belongs to suspected Marxist rebels
Posted Date: 27/03/2013 (Wednesday)
A judge announced Wednesday that more than 150 human skulls and bones recovered from a mass grave were buried there about 25 years ago, strengthening suspicion that they belonged to suspected Marxist rebels killed at the time. Magistrate Chathurika de Silva told a court in the central town of Matale that tests show the skeletal remains found inside the premises of a government hospital dated to between 1987 and 1990. During that period, thousands of men and women suspected of having ties to the rebels disappeared after being arrested by security forces.
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Photos: BBC World Service broadcasts in Sri Lanka on SLBC suspended
Posted Date: 26/03/2013 (Tuesday)
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News: Sri Lanka not on Commonwealth action group agenda
Posted Date: 26/03/2013 (Tuesday)
The Commonwealth Secretariat Tuesday said Sri Lanka's human rights situation will not be on the agenda of the Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group (CMAG) meeting next month. Some countries, especially Canada, had tried to include Sri Lanka on the agenda citing its poor rights record and to push for a change of venue for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in November.
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News: Sri Lanka Campaign for Peace and Justice says “Tamil Political Prisoners in Sri Lanka are tortured”
Posted Date: 26/03/2013 (Tuesday)
The report into arbitrary detention, prison conditions, the Vavuniya riot, and its aftermath published by the Sri Lankan Campaign for Peace and Justice documents the island's human rights abuses and examines the treatment of detainees in the wake of a riot in the country's Vavuniya detention centre last June, that triggered brutal police retribution.
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News: Geneva Resolution: Not a Victory for Tamils, but a Defeat for Sri Lanka
Posted Date: 25/03/2013 (Monday)
Commenting on the United Nations Human rights Council’s resolution against Sri Lanka on 22 March, Prime Minister of the Transnational Government of Tamil Eelam Vishwanathan Rudrakumaran states “the resolution proposed by America at the Human Rights Council related to Sri Lanka was passed by a majority of 13 votes. Out of the Human Rights Council comprising of 47 member states, 26 voted for the resolution, 13 against and 8 abstained taking a neutral position.
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News: Bodu Bala Sena (BBS) insists Lanka not multiracial
Posted Date: 25/03/2013 (Monday)
The Bodu Bala Sena (BS) says Sri Lanka is not a multiracial or multi-religious country but a Sinhala Budhist country. Speaking at the Bodu Bala Sena convention in Panadura this evening, the venerable Medagoda Abayathissa thero urged the Sinhalese to protect the nation and not let other races or religions to take over.
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News: Round Table discussion on the Impact of new Family Migration Rules on BME Communities
Posted Date: 25/03/2013 (Monday)
In July 2012, the rules for family migration to the UK changed, particularly affecting the right of people to sponsor family members to come and join them in the UK. People now need to earn at least £18,600 per year in order to bring a partner here from outside the European Union, and it is much more difficult to bring elderly dependants to the UK than previously.
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News: Tamils Protest over Mulliyavalai Muslim settlement
Posted Date: 24/03/2013 (Sunday)
The government surveyors sent to survey lands in Mullaithivu and Mulliyavalai areas were forced to leave when large number of Tamils turned up to oppose their plan. It was reported the purpose of surveying lands was to settle Muslims in these areas. It was said over 540 acres of forest lands in Mulliyavalai were cleared to colonize one thousand four hundred and forty five (1445) Muslim families in that locality. Reports further said that Thekkattu region near Mullaiyavalai 6th mile post hasn’t been handed over to the divisional secretariat by the Department of Forest Conservation.
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Videos: World View: Has India alienated Sri Lanka?
Posted Date: 24/03/2013 (Sunday)
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News: Politics in Sri Lanka - Military muscling With the civil war long over, the armed forces are busy with beauty salons
Posted Date: 23/03/2013 (Saturday)
JOSEPH STALIN is unhappy. The boss of a Sri Lankan teachers’ union claims that the country’s schools are losing their independence. Last month, unions say, nearly 4,000 head-teachers were invited to interviews at the National Cadet Corps. Successful applicants will get 45 days of training, and then full military titles. The idea, supposedly, is to improve discipline in schools.
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Videos: Sri Lanka should listen to the words of the international community - Victoria Nuland
Posted Date: 23/03/2013 (Saturday)
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Events: International Women’s Day 2013
Posted Date: 23/03/2013 (Saturday)
Shiraz Mirza Community Hall, 76A Coombe Road, Norbiton, Kingston Upon Thames KT2 7AZ
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News: World Water Day 2013: What’s missing in MDG7 for women and girls?
Posted Date: 23/03/2013 (Saturday)
Institute of Development Studies (IDS) Researcher Lyla Mehta's in her paper presented at the 57th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women in New York on 6 March 2013, says access to water and sanitation for all is central to achieving global justice for women and girls. 780 million people still lack access to drinking water, and sanitation remains seriously off track with 2.5 billion people lacking access to improved sanitation. Better access to water and sanitation facilities can reduce poverty and provide immediate health benefits for women and girls as well as better educational and economic opportunities and life chances.
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Photos: Indian defence analyst identifies possible witch-hunt targets Exclusive
Posted Date: 23/03/2013 (Saturday)
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News: Australian Tamil Youth Fast-in-Solidarity with Students in Tamil Nadu, India.
Posted Date: 22/03/2013 (Friday)
The Tamil youths in Australia began a 24-hour fast yesterday at Prince Alfred Park (Parramatta, NSW) to show their solidarity with the hunger strikers in Tamil Nadu, India, in protest of the weak wording of the US-led draft resolution on Sri Lanka at 22nd UN Human Rights Council (HRC) Session. Our Fast-in-Solidarity is to express that we stand firm with them on the fundamental principle of justice and an independent homeland for the Eelam Tamil people, said one student.
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Events: An exhibition of info graphics on Iraq by Mona Chalabi
Posted Date: 22/03/2013 (Friday)
The Arab British Centre, 1 Gough Square, London EC4A 3DE
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