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Events: தமிழ் மரபுத் திங்கள் 2017 வாடிவாசல்
Posted Date: 28/01/2017 (Saturday)
1120 Tapscott Road, Unit 3, Scarborough Ontarioo M1X 1E*
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Events: A R R Annual Dinner 2017
Posted Date: 28/01/2017 (Saturday)
Woodbridge High School, St Barbnabas Road, Woodford Green, Essex IG8 7DQ
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Events: Discussion Meeting - Preventing and Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls'
Posted Date: 28/01/2017 (Saturday)
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Events: வேரும் விழுதும்
Posted Date: 28/01/2017 (Saturday)
Jupiterstrasse 17, 3015 Bern
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News: Kos kola kolam* of thoththa baba govt.
Posted Date: 27/01/2017 (Friday)
Co-Cabinet Spokesman, Dr. Rajitha Senaratne addressing the media on Wednesday, tore into a high-up in the Agricultural Department for suggesting that the public eat croton and kos kola (jak leaves) as food substitutes; he said if he had been the Minister of Agriculture he would have got that official to consume kos kola without recommending it to others. We believe that before shoving kos kola down anyone else’s throat, the government ministers, Senaratne included, should partake of it in sufficient quantities if they think they can ‘fool all the people all the time’.
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News: Plea for retrial of Tamil MP’s assassination case under anti-terror law to be heard on March 3
Posted Date: 27/01/2017 (Friday)
A plea by the wife of the assassinated Tamil National Alliance (TNA) MP, Nadarajah Raviraj, that the case should be sent for retrial under the Prevention of Terrorism Act (PTA) and not under ordinary law, would be heard by the Court of Appeal on March 3. M.A.Sumanthiran ,counsel for Mrs.Raviraj, told Express on Wednesday, that if his plea is accepted by the Court of Appeal, the case will be sent back to the Colombo High Court for retrial under PTA .And if that happens, there would be a trial by a judge and not by a jury as was the case earlier.
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Photos: China’s Debt-Trap Diplomacy
Posted Date: 27/01/2017 (Friday)
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Events: VIJITHA HERATH JVP MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT WILL MEET TAMILS AND MUSLIMS TO DISCUSS "THE POLITICAL SITUATION IN SRI LANKA"
Posted Date: 27/01/2017 (Friday)
'TREATY CENTRE, EAST AVENUE, EASTHAM - E12 6SG'
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Videos: JUST ASIA EP 156
Posted Date: 27/01/2017 (Friday)
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News: Govt. paying Rs. 1.9 billion consultancy fees to foreign firm: GL
Posted Date: 26/01/2017 (Thursday)
The Government is paying Rs 1.9 billion as consultancy fees to a foreign firm contracted to operate the State machinery in this country, alleged former Minister Prof G L Peiris, addressing a press conference organized by the Joint Opposition Economic Research Committee at the Sri Vajirashrama in Punchi Borella. Prof. Peiris said the government had an attitudinal problem of treating everything local as anathema. The government's policy was to seek foreign solutions to our local problems.
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News: Sampanthan says successive governments defend corruption
Posted Date: 26/01/2017 (Thursday)
Leader of the Opposition R. Sampanthan told Parliament on 24th January that successive governments in power defended corruption, adding that the present government is no exception. The Opposition Leader opined that this phenomenon is only endemic to Sri Lanka.
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News: Prominent Int'l Lawyer Calls his Colleagues to Sign TGTE’s challenge at the UN Against Sri Lanka’s 6th Amendment
Posted Date: 26/01/2017 (Thursday)
Prominent International Human Rights lawyer, Professor Francis Boyle of the University of Illinois in the United States of America,signed the Petition today demonstrating his legal representation and solidarity to the Transnational Government of Tamil Eelam (TGTE) initiative of challenging the 6thAmendment to the Sri Lankan Constitution. The petition challenges the 6th Amendment,which criminalizes peaceful advocacy for an independent state in Sri Lanka,as a violation of the Tamil people’s freedom of speech and freedom of conscience.
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Photos: Prof. Peiris decries foreigners in decision making process ‘National security at stake’
Posted Date: 26/01/2017 (Thursday)
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Videos: CTC's Press Meet - ஊடகவியலாளர்கள் சந்திப்பு (22-01-2017)
Posted Date: 26/01/2017 (Thursday)
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News: PM assures security forces chiefs over Geneva resolution
Posted Date: 25/01/2017 (Wednesday)
Placed on the table as they took their seats at the conference room of ‘Temple Trees’ was the English text of the US backed resolution on Sri Lanka together with a translated Sinhala text. Army officers of two-star rank or Majors General and above were there. So were the equivalent counterparts, Rear Admirals of the Sri Lanka Navy and Air Vice Marshals of the Sri Lanka Air Force. From the Police there were those above the rank of Deputy Inspectors General. Even before the resolution was adopted without a vote at the 30th sessions of the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) on Thursday, the Government has initiated a dialogue to reach out to the armed forces and the Police.
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News: Why did no one see the bull hit?
Posted Date: 25/01/2017 (Wednesday)
Many from the north want to know why a sport Jallikattu became such a big issue and why is the Court ban seen as an assault on Tamil culture. As a person who grew up in Punjab and went to TN as a police officer, let me decode the issue for The Tribune’s readers The predominance of black shirts and black flags indicated the large presence of groups which propagate a stronger sense of Tamil nationalism.
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Photos: Sustainability: How that translates to agriculture
Posted Date: 25/01/2017 (Wednesday)
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Videos: Inspiring Speech | Sabari Venkat S | ICTACT Youth Leadership Summit 2016
Posted Date: 25/01/2017 (Wednesday)
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News: Sri Lanka: Refusing to disappear: Tens of thousands missing, families demand answers
Posted Date: 24/01/2017 (Tuesday)
As any family member searching for a missing loved one can tell you, enforced disappearance is a crime without end. Until parents, wives, siblings, and children know the truth about the fate of a missing family member, they can find it almost impossible to seek justice and reparation for crimes they have suffered, and cannot properly mourn their loss. Enforced Disappearance has touched every community, and within Sri Lanka there has been virtually no accountability for these grievous crimes. With a backlog of between 60,000 and 100,000 alleged enforced disappearances since the late 1980s, there is no shortage of examples of frustrated justice. And yet, family members of the disappeared continue to demand accountability.
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News: India Tells Sri Lanka: You Can Take Your Port And Shove It
Posted Date: 24/01/2017 (Tuesday)
Last Wednesday, January 18th, Sri Lanka's minister for regional development, Sarath Fonseka, told journalists at a conference in New Delhi that terms were being discussed to give Sri Lanka’s northeastern Trincomalee port to India. Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe reportedly vouched for the veracity of the remarks on the sidelines of Davos. But by Friday India was denying them, stating that they had no interest in taking on a fledgling port that wouldn't be profitable for a very long time. Sri Lanka, an island nation at a strategic location in the Indian Ocean, has gotten into the habit of offering its sea ports to larger economic powers who have the financial clout to properly develop them. The talk about Trincomalee port being developed by India was intended to be a geopolitical counterbalance to Sri Lanka recently handing over of 80% of its Hambantota port to China for 99 years -- a move which New Delhi wasn't particularly enamored with.
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