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News: The drowned and the saved: Mullivaikkal survivors you don’t hear about
Posted Date: 19/05/2018 (Saturday)
He was literally starving in Harrow - the wealthiest Tamil area of London. A recent torture survivor from Sri Lanka, he had lost ten kilos in two months in the UK. When he called us for help, he was crying and huddled under the bedclothes to keep warm wearing the second hand coat we’d given him. The Tamil GP had refused to register him at the local medical practice; later he collapsed and was rushed to hospital in an ambulance. He was 16 at the end of the war in Sri Lanka, a child. He escaped forced
Events: கண்டிப் பிரதேச முஸ்லிம்களுக்கெதிராக நடைபெற்ற வன்முறை , தமிழ் முஸ்லிம் மக்கள் மத்தியிலான உறவின் எதிர்காலம், மீள்குடியேற்றம் , நில விவகாரங்கள் ஆகிய விடயங்கள் தொடர்பில் பேராசிரியர் Shahul Hasbullah அவர்களுடனான கலந்துரையாடல்
Posted Date: 19/05/2018 (Saturday)
Trinity Centre, 42 East Avenue, Eastham ,E12 6SG
News: Mullivaikkal The tricky side
Posted Date: 18/05/2018 (Friday)
The commemoration of those killed in the north during the war has by now been a matter generally accepted, formalized with all northern Tamil political parties except the Eelam People’s Democratic Party (EPDP) and the Northern Provincial Council organizing commemorative events. The main events are to be held today at Mullivaikkal in Mullaithivu District, where the final battle between the Government forces and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) was fought. In the first few years after the end of the war, the commemoration of the people killed in the north was not openly held. Only small groups led by politicians such as Provincial Councillor M.K. Sivajilingam travelled all the way to Mullivaikkal for such events.
News: Reconciliation called ‘Godot’ and Mullivaikkal Week
Posted Date: 18/05/2018 (Friday)
The first public consultation by the Members of the “Office on Missing Persons” was held in Mannar a week ago, 01 year and 09 months after the law was passed in Parliament. The mood of the participants, the affected mothers, fathers, family members and civil society representatives weren’t in line with the placards that read “Welcome OMP” in Tamil, held outside, for the media. Though there wasn’t much hype over the event, especially in Sinhala mainstream media, the coverage nevertheless said, there was scepticism, frustration, disagreements on powers of the OMP and much grumbling about how far the OMP would actually go with its investigations. There was one simple demand though from the participants. A demand for a fundamental difference in how the OMP would approach the festering issue they are mandated with.
News: Sri Lanka, Nine Years After the War A Brutal Conflict Ended, But Questions Remain
Posted Date: 18/05/2018 (Friday)
The images are vivid. Soldiers standing over the body of the brutal leader of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) separatist insurgency, who was for so long considered invincible. Mahinda Rajapaksa, who was president at that time, kissing the ground in gratitude for the end of a 27-year-long war that resulted in hundreds of thousands killed, injured, or displaced. On May 19, 2009, there was general elation in Sri Lanka that the fighting was over.
News: All love their war dead
Posted Date: 18/05/2018 (Friday)
Come May and Sri Lanka is once again divided on the commemoration of the war memories. While the South celebrates, the North remembers those who lost their lives unable to flee the final phase of the war. There also are the families of the cadres who mourn for their children. Children were lost from both sides. The emotions are the same for all, regardless of race, religion, and geographical location. These emotions should be respected and given the space that they deserve.
News: Sri Lanka and Rwanda ink MoU on defence
Posted Date: 18/05/2018 (Friday)
The State Minister of Defence, Ruwan Wijewardene, leading a delegation to Rwanda signed a Memorandum of Understanding between Sri Lanka and the Republic of Rwanda on 15th May (2018).The State Minister undertook an official visit to the African country on an invitation extended by the Rwandan government, recently. The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on defence issues was signed during a bilateral meeting between Sri Lankan and Rwandan defence officials. The Sri Lanka delegation included the State Minister and the Secretary to the State Ministry of Defence, Mr. Sunil Samaraweera.
News: Korea provides USD7.5 mn for developing education in Kilinochchi
Posted Date: 18/05/2018 (Friday)
The Korea International Cooperation Agency ( KOICA ) said yesterday that in an endeavor to better the educational environment in Kilinochchi since 2011, it had granted USD 7.5 million to renovate a number of schools in the district. The agreement between Korea and Sri Lanka for the project, was signed by Country Director of KOICA Sri Lanka Office, Lee Dong Ku, Secretary to the Ministry of Education S.Hettiarachchi and Director General of the Department of External Resources Priyantha Rathnayake. The event was graced by the presence of the State Minister of Education V. S. Radakrisnan.
News: Day of mourning in North: Tamil victims remembered in Mullivaikkal
Posted Date: 18/05/2018 (Friday)
The commemoration ceremony organized in remembrance of the Tamil civilians that died in the Wellamulliwaikkal area in Mullaitivu during the war, commenced today with the lighting of the commemorative lamp by Northern Province Chief Minister C.V. Vigneswaran. Meanwhile all shops and places of business remained closed in the Mullaitivu town today (May 18) as a Harthal was observed in memory of the Tamil people who died during the war.
Events: 9th Annual Remembrance of the Mullivaikkal Genocide Demanding Accountability for war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide
Posted Date: 18/05/2018 (Friday)
Central London at Reformer’s Tree (W2 2EU)
Events: முள்ளிவாய்க்கால் 9ஆம் ஆண்டு
Posted Date: 18/05/2018 (Friday)
In front of Prime Minister Office,10 Downing Street, London SW1A 2AA
Events: Tamil Genocide Rememberance day
Posted Date: 18/05/2018 (Friday)
Maddington Community Centre, 18 Alcock Street, Maddigngton WA6109, Australia
Events: Tamil Genocide Rememeberance day
Posted Date: 18/05/2018 (Friday)
The Redgum Centre, 2 Lane Street, Wentworthville, NSW 2145, Australia
Events: Tamil Genocide Rememberance Day
Posted Date: 18/05/2018 (Friday)
St. Jude Parish Hall, 49 George Street Scoresby,VIC 79 Australia
Events: 9ஆம் ஆண்டு முள்ளிவாய்க்கால் இன அழிப்பு நினைவு கூறல்! இன அழிப்புக்கு பொறுப்புக் கோரல்!
Posted Date: 18/05/2018 (Friday)
Marble Arch நிலக்கீழ் தொடருந்து நிலையத்திற்கு அண்மையில் உள்ள The Reformer’s Tree (W2 2EU)
Videos: Good News’ Sri Lanka’s debt is rising
Posted Date: 18/05/2018 (Friday)
News: Sri Lanka Premier hails nurses for their service to improve the health of the nation
Posted Date: 17/05/2018 (Thursday)
The Nightingale Commemoration Ceremony to mark International Nurses Day was held at Temple Trees today under the patronage of President Maithripala Sirisena and with the participation of Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe as the chief guest. Speaking at the occasion the Premier noted that the government has provided a number of facilities for the nursing sector, including establishing a separate faculty for training nurses.
Posted Date: 17/05/2018 (Thursday)
Sri Lankan sovereignty, its supremacy in domestic policy and independence in foreign policy, is under a two-pronged attack: • At the UN Human Rights Council, the attack is led by US neoconservatives who aggressively promote direct, unilateral, preventive, and pre-emptive intervention, including military, in the internal affairs of sovereign States; • Within Sri Lanka, their ideological counterparts, the neoliberals, lead the attack on the economic front. In Geneva, the pretext is alleged war crimes; in Sri Lanka, bad governance and corruption.
News: The Global Report on Internal Displacement 2018 is out
Posted Date: 17/05/2018 (Thursday)
The Global Report on Internal Displacement (GRID) is IDMC’s annual overview of the world’s most significant situations of internal displacement. It highlights the policies and investments needed to address the issue and flags current knowledge and data gaps. This year’s GRID presents data on internal displacement for 2017. Results show that the number of new internal displacements caused both by conflict and disasters reached 30.6 million. Those associated with conflict and violence almost doubled, from 6.9 million in 2016 to 11.8 million in 2017. New displacements associated with disasters accounted for 18.8 million. The report also includes regional overviews and specific country spotlights that provide more in-depth analysis.
News: Jeremy Corbyn reaffirms the UK Labour Party’s strong support for Tamil self-determination and peace and justice in Sri Lanka
Posted Date: 17/05/2018 (Thursday)
The leader of the UK Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn MP, has said that “the rights of Tamils to decide their own future is central” to resolving many of the post armed conflict issues in Sri Lanka. Addressing more than 150 guests at a packed event in Parliament, on Wednesday 16 May, to mark the 9th anniversary of Mullivaikal, Mr Corbyn said that a future Labour Government will be committed to “international justice” and that the Labour Party, now and in the future, supports “serious action to bring about peace and justice” in Sri Lanka.

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