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Events: asst - Charity Dinner - London
Posted Date: 05/05/2018 (Saturday)
Selsdon Hall 132 Addington Rd, South Croydon CR2 8LA
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Events: 19ஆவது சைவ மகாநாடு "சைவ சித்தாந்தமும் வாழ்வியலும் "
Posted Date: 05/05/2018 (Saturday)
Archway Murugan Temple, 200A Archway Road, Highgate, London N6 5BA
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News: Reflections on President Premadasa
Posted Date: 03/05/2018 (Thursday)
Ranasinghe Premadasa was born on 23 June 1924 in Colombo. He completed his education at St. Joseph’s College, Colombo 10. He was interested in social service for the welfare of the poor and downtrodden. He was the architect of the Sri Sucharitha Movement, an organisation with the objectives of uplifting the economic, social and spiritual development of the low income people. These youth who enrolled in his development movement refrained from taking liquor and avoided smoking and gambling. R. Premadasa too was a teetotaller.
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News: Mullivaikkal memorial ban irks TNPF and EPRLF
Posted Date: 02/05/2018 (Wednesday)
The Tamil National People’s Front (TNPF) condemned the ban imposed on the construction of the Mullivaikkal memorial within the Jaffna University premises. TNPF leader Gajendrakumar Ponnambalam said on Monday (30) that the banning of the Mullivaikkal memorial by the government cannot be accepted. “This action had angered us.”
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News: Defiant workers hold May Day rallies
Posted Date: 02/05/2018 (Wednesday)
The Christian Workers Fellowship held its annual workers’ mass at an Anglican church in Thousands of workers on Tuesday defied an order of the Sri Lankan government postponing May Day events, by rallying in Colombo’s Fort area to mark the International Workers’ Day. Earlier, the Cabinet decided to defer workers’ day events to May 7, citing an overlap with the Buddhist festival of Vesak or Buddha Poornima, that fell on April 29 and 30. The move, which followed a request from the influential Buddhist clergy, drew severe criticism from independent trade unions.
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News: THE BURNING QUESTION when
Posted Date: 02/05/2018 (Wednesday)
1 We have talked about so many burning issues including the ones of UDAYANGA, MAHENDRAN and JALIYA, but we haven’t seen a single brought to conclusion. Either we await action from INTERPOL or our own sleuths. Going back on the local scenario, what happened with the findings on THAJUDEEN, LASANTHA, AVANT GARDE, ALOYSIUS, PALIASENA et al? We continuously seem to be waiting and waiting, not concluding anything. WHY SUCH INORDINATE DELAYS IN IMPLEMENTING THE LAW?
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News: SL’s external debt rises $ 5.4 b in 2017: CB
Posted Date: 02/05/2018 (Wednesday)
• Total debt increased to $ 51.8 billion, rises to 59.5% as a percentage of GDP • Capital repayments hit to $ 3.1 billion, interest payments reach $ 1.4 billion from $ 1.2 billion in 2016 • Bunching of debt from 2019 remains a concern says Central Bank, warns rising global interest rates could raise debt servicing cost Sri Lanka’s total external debt increased by $ 5.4 billion last year, raising the country’s total debt to $ 51.8 billion by end-2017, the Central Bank said in its latest annual report.
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News: Tourism Minister says powerless to act on Mirissa
Posted Date: 02/05/2018 (Wednesday)
The issue of illegal structures in Mirissa is set to drag on with Tourism Development Minister John Amaratunga yesterday admitting that he was powerless to take action as he could not override the President’s orders following political interference tying up the Coast Conservation Department (CCD). “What has happened is some politicians have gone and protested, so the President would have said to stop. We have done our part. I cannot go beyond that. I can’t override the President. The CCD is under the President. I don’t know. My duty was to bring it to the
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News: Sri Lanka's glyphosate ban cost Rs35bn in crop losses: farm managers
Posted Date: 02/05/2018 (Wednesday)
Sri Lanka's tea farm managers say a ban on the popular weedicide glyphosate without using scientific evidence, which ended after the intervention of plantation minister, has caused crop losses of 25 billion rupees over two years. The Planters' Association of Ceylon, which is made up of managers of large commercial tea, rubber and coconut farming companies said an estimated 15 billion rupees of crop was lost in 2015 due to the glyphosate ban, and 20 billion rupees in 2017.
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News: Heat warning for several provinces
Posted Date: 02/05/2018 (Wednesday)
Department of Meteorology today advised the people to be watchful of the heat as the maximum heat indexes in some areas have increased currently. A spokesman for the Department of Meteorology said people in North, North Central, Uva and North Western province should be watchful as maximum heat index has increased. Maximum heat index is normally computed taking into consideration the temperature and humidity levels in the atmosphere according to the Department
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Photos: Wellawatte In The Olden Days – Life in the ‘sandy garden’ of the Fifties, Sixties and Seventies
Posted Date: 02/05/2018 (Wednesday)
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News: TNA leadership must look in the mirror - C.V. Wigneswaran
Posted Date: 01/05/2018 (Tuesday)
Q : There is a sea-change in the Northern Province as far as infrastructure development is concerned. The Government has given due emphasis to the issues of the Northern people to a point that it has earned the wrath of nationalist elements in the South. There are allegations that despite these positive signs you have taken up a confrontational approach with the Government to appease the extremist elements. How would you respond? I am glad you asked this question. The crux of our different perceptions is reflected here.
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News: THE ARMED FORCES AFTER EELAM WAR IV
Posted Date: 01/05/2018 (Tuesday)
During the Eelam war, the UNP government decided to weaken the army by sending troops abroad. UK’s General Rose was invited to study the armed forces and advise on sending Sri Lanka troops for UN assignments abroad (2002). The service commanders had no say in the matter. In 2004, Sri Lanka sent troops to the UN peace keeping forces in Haiti. These troops were not recalled when Eelam war IV started. They continued in Haiti till the UN project ended in 2015. Sri Lanka is one of the longest serving nations in the UN mission in Haiti. They helped in the Haiti earthquake of 2010. They have also provided humanitarian services such as blood
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Events: Homeless Photographic Exhibition
Posted Date: 30/04/2018 (Monday)
United Reform Church, Richard Mayo Hall, Eden Street, Kingston KT1 1HZ
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Videos: United States of South India | தமிழ் | Madan Gowri | MG
Posted Date: 30/04/2018 (Monday)
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News: Kathua rape case: UK reiterates Modi stand that justice will be done
Posted Date: 29/04/2018 (Sunday)
The Theresa May government on Monday reiterated Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s promise that justice will be done in the rape and murder of an eight-year-old girl at Kathua in Jammu and Kashmir, when the matter was raised by a Pakistani-origin member of the House of Lords. The issue was raised by Nazir Ahmed a day before Modi is due to arrive here for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting. Ahmed, who was at the forefront of an anti-India demonstration on January 26 outside the Indian mission here, will reportedly lead another protest on April 18
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News: No Encounter Happened in Gadchiroli on April 22nd 2018
Posted Date: 29/04/2018 (Sunday)
Gadchiroli: Security personnel show the guns recoverd from the Naxals killed in an encounter at Broriya forest area in Bhamragad taluka of Gadchiroli dustrict of Maharashtra on Sunday night. PTI Photo (PTI4_23_2018_000069B) The killings of at least 37 Maoists by the combined force of the CRPF and the C-60, the elite unit of the Gadchiroli Police, on 22nd and 23rd April 2018 raises some very disturbing questions about the state’s methods of conducting ‘encounters’. In the morning of 22nd April, 64 police and paramilitary personnel gunned down 16 Maoists in Karnasur jungle in Bhamragod area in eastern Maharashtra. The following evening, 23rd April, the police
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News: Despot Disrobed
Posted Date: 29/04/2018 (Sunday)
“He who protests is an enemy; he who opposes is a corpse.” ~ Pol Pot In a rebuttal of a newspaper report on the investigation in to the murder of Lasantha Wickrematunge the former Defense Secretary and 2020 Presidential hopeful, Gotabaya Rajapaksa is at pains to explain that then commander of the army- Field Marshall Sarath Fonseka was in charge of army intelligence and he was above the brawl and broil. That he was and is Lillywhite in his dealings in the shadowy world of intelligence.
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Events: Identifying Community Needs Worksop
Posted Date: 29/04/2018 (Sunday)
Tamil Housing Fountayne Business Centre, Broad Lane Tottenham London N15 4AG
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News: Comprehending Dhamma is Nibbana
Posted Date: 28/04/2018 (Saturday)
The most salient feature of the Buddha’s teaching is awareness- awareness of the moment, the here and now; the ability to be alive and present. You yourself will have to achieve it. It is not Zero-state or nothingness On Vesāk Day, Buddhists of the world commemorate three events of significance to Buddhists of all traditions and sects. The Birth, Enlightenment and the Parinbbana of Gautama Buddha. The United Nations, in 1999, resolved to internationally observe the day at its headquarters.
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