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News: Maha Sangha becoming fundamentalist…was Gnanasara a mere forerunner?
Posted Date: 15/11/2017 (Wednesday)
Malwatte, Asgiriya, were silent when Gnanasara was on a rampage, two years ago Unfortunately, our Buddhist clergy seems to be still living in the past Gnanasara managed to dominate the media through a series of protest marches, manhandling and uttering utter filth as his basic lingo In one of the greatest contributions to parliamentary history, M. A. Sumanthiran’s address on the debate on the 18th Amendment deserves a special place. When politics become entrenched in ethnic and religious shades, governance also becomes entrapped in the same gory and muddy trenches
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News: In letter to the Speaker Wijeyadasa claims CA unconstitutional
Posted Date: 15/11/2017 (Wednesday)
In an interesting turn of events, a letter has been forwarded to Speaker Karu Jayasuriya, by former Minister of Justice and United National Party MP Dr. Wijeyadasa Rajapakshe, calling for the motion passed in Parliament to set up a Constitutional Assembly (CA) to prepare a new Constitution, be annulled. While calling the Assembly an illegal institution, he has pointed out that the CA's process would create a Constitutional crisis in the country.
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News: A Letter To The Public From A Retired Judge
Posted Date: 15/11/2017 (Wednesday)
I am writing this to the public as a judge who has presided over the affairs of the public for 16 years as a Magistrate and as a District Court Judge. For all those 16 years, my record has been impeccable. I want to bring to the notice of the public that, due to a certain judgment I gave as a District Court Judge in a civil
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Photos: Bickering by Tamil politicians hampering development - Reginald Cooray
Posted Date: 15/11/2017 (Wednesday)
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News: JO seeks debate on Lord Naseby’s statement
Posted Date: 14/11/2017 (Tuesday)
The Joint Opposition is scheduled to move a motion for a debate on a recent debate on Sri Lanka's conflict at the House of Lords in Britain, at the time of the adjournment of the House this evening (14). The motion to be moved by Joint Opposition Leader Dinesh Gunwardena has already been handed over to the Speaker's office with copies sent to the office of the Secretary General of Parliament as well.
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News: TNA: Disgruntled Wijeyadasa trying to scuttle efforts to introduce new Constitution
Posted Date: 14/11/2017 (Tuesday)
Jaffna District Tamil National Alliance lawmaker M.A. Sumanthiran yesterday told The Island that former Justice Minister Dr Wijeyadasa Rajapakse, PC, was making a despicable bid to sabotage the ongoing constitution making process. MP Sumanthiran said so in response to MP Rajapakse’s controversial request to Speaker Karu Jayasuriya to rescind a motion passed in Parliament to set up the constitutional assembly to prepare a new Constitution.
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News: India and Sri Lanka should take up repatriation of Tamil refugees at the earliest
Posted Date: 14/11/2017 (Tuesday)
In recent months, the focus of the media has been on the Rohingya refugees in India. But the plight of Sri Lankan refugees, who have been here for nearly 35 years, appears to have gone out of the public consciousness. The pathetic condition of shelters, restrictions on movement, and limited scope of livelihood opportunities affect the community of one lakh-odd Sri Lankan refugees, who have been living in Tamil Nadu ever since the anti-Tamil pogrom in Sri Lanka in July 1983. Besides, statelessness is a major problem for a section of refugees whose roots are from central parts of Sri Lanka, generally called hill country.
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Events: Join us at our State of the Borough debate How can we harness Kingston’s creativity, to better connect with our communities?
Posted Date: 14/11/2017 (Tuesday)
Guildhall, Council Chamber, Kingston, KT1 1EU
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Videos: Paul Newman on UPR
Posted Date: 14/11/2017 (Tuesday)
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News: EPRLF rejects tna Will not accept its leadership Announces new coalition backed by TPC
Posted Date: 13/11/2017 (Monday)
The Ilankai Tamil Arasu Katchchi (ITAK), the main constituent in the Tamil National Alliance (TNA), has called for extensive discussions at regional level, in the North and East, on the Interim Report of the Constitutional Assembly. However, the Eelam People's Revolutionary Liberation Front (EPRLF), one of the four constituent parties in the TNA, has announced that it cannot function in coordination with the TNA anymore and would also not accept the ITAK's party symbol, the house, as the common symbol of the TNA.
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News: SC asks Centre to clarify its stand on the Ram Setu within six weeks
Posted Date: 13/11/2017 (Monday)
The bridge connecting India and Sri Lanka has been embroiled in controversy since 2005 after the government’s Sethusamudram shipping canal project was planned. The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Centre to clarify if it wants to remove the Ram Setu – the chain of limestone shoals connecting Tamil Nadu and Sri Lanka – or protect it. The court gave the government six weeks’ time to file an affidavit on their stance, reported ANI. The Ram Setu bridge – also known as the Adam’s Bridge – is a 50-km stretch from Rameswaram Island in Tamil Nadu to Mannar Island in Sri Lanka. According to Indian
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News: WAR CRIMES AND HUMANITARIAN CRISES
Posted Date: 13/11/2017 (Monday)
On November 15, 2017 the UN Human Rights Council’s (UNHRC) Universal Periodic Review will once again be reviewing Sri Lanka’s human rights record. The major issue it will focus on will be the war crimes allegations against Sri Lanka’s armed forces and the LTTE. Other than some extreme nationalists, Sri Lankans in general are not averse to trying those who had committed war crimes. Even the present government is not against charging and trying those accused of war crimes. The problem lies in the composition of the trial judges. A
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News: UNCTAD to support Science, Technology and Innovation Policy Review in Sri Lanka By The Permanent Mission of Sri Lanka to the UN, Geneva
Posted Date: 13/11/2017 (Monday)
Secretary General of the United National Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) Dr. Mikhisa Kituyi has assured the Minister of Science, Technology and Research Susil Premajayantha that the UNCTAD stands ready to assist with Sri Lanka’s Science, Technology and Innovation Policy Review (STIP) and to explore modalities of technical assistance and a strategy for mobilizing the funding required. This assurance was given by the UNCTAD SG, following consultations Minister Premajayantha had in Geneva last week with Senior Officials of the UNCTAD.
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News: MR whacks government, budget-2018
Posted Date: 13/11/2017 (Monday)
Former President and MP Mahinda Rajapaksa today said only 358 out of 493 budget proposals made in 2016 had been fulfilled and that the Government should fulfill its promises given to the people. In a series of tweets, Mr. Rajapaksa said, in 2016, Rs. 65 billion (35%) was spent from Rs. 203 billion allocated for the Education Sector, Rs. 13 billion (44%) was spent from Rs. 30
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News: China still dominates Sri Lanka foreign loan disbursements
Posted Date: 13/11/2017 (Monday)
China continued to dominate total foreign loan disbursements made to Sri Lanka this year, lending almost 35% of the total US$901.6 million through development projects and programmes during the eight months 31st August, 2017, according to the finance ministry. Out of the total, $19.6 million (or Rs. 2,980.3 million) was made as grants and $882.1 million (or Rs. 133,999.3 million) was made as loans, according to the ministry’s Fiscal Management Report – 2018.
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News: Norway to support resettled communities in Myliddy
Posted Date: 13/11/2017 (Monday)
UNDP Sri Lanka Country Director, Jorn Sorensen and the Ambassador of Norway to Sri Lanka Thorbjørn Gaustadsæther signed a partnership agreement to extend the Government of Norway’s support to the recently resettled communities in the Jaffna District, with an emphasis on the Myliddy Harbour areas. Under this partnership, UNDP Sri Lanka, through the support of the Government of Norway, will promote local economic development through enhanced market-based livelihood
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News: Floods in Jaffna force out over 1,700
Posted Date: 13/11/2017 (Monday)
The Disaster Management Centre (DMC) says over 1,700 residents of the Jaffna District have been evacuated to safe locations following the floods experienced in the area due to the incessant rains. Deputy Director and Media Spokesman of DMC Pradeep Koddippili said all units have been informed to remain on the alert for possible disaster situations which may arise. He noted that
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Photos: Army camps will not be removed endangering national security: President
Posted Date: 13/11/2017 (Monday)
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Events: OIL JUSTICE PROJECT RECEPTION FOLLOW UP EVENT TO 2015 OIL JUSTICE PROJECT UK TOUR
Posted Date: 13/11/2017 (Monday)
School of African and Oriental Studies (University of London), Wolfson Lecture Theatre, First Floor, Senate House, Malet Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1E 7HU
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News: More than 2,000 women to be elected to local councils
Posted Date: 12/11/2017 (Sunday)
More than 2,000 women representatives will be elected to local government bodies under the newly introduced mixed electoral system that calls for at least 25 percent women representation in local councils. Elections conducted under the previous Proportional Representative system returned only 82 women members to all the local councils which now stand dissolved. The Gazette notification giving the number of members to each council was issued yesterday.
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