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Events: வன்னி மண்ணின் வாழ்வை எழுதிய தாமரைச்செல்வியின் "வன்னியாச்சி" கதைகளைப் பேசும் இலக்கிய அரங்கு!
Posted Date: 15/04/2018 (Sunday)
St. Mary`s Church Hall, The Fairway, Ruislip HA4 0SN
Videos: வவுனியா மாவட்டத்தில் சூறையாடப்படும் காட்டுவளம்
Posted Date: 15/04/2018 (Sunday)
News: Expose` -Gota and Henda after forming armed intelligence unit killed 130 in 9 years and over 13 of its members ! Cogent evidence -Keerthi Ratnayake a former Intelligence unit officer !
Posted Date: 14/04/2018 (Saturday)
Ronen Bergman is an Israel investigative journalist who launched a book on 23 rd January 2018. The title of that book was ‘ Rise and kill first : The secret history of Israel’s targeted assassinations’ . The content of the book related to the murders committed by Mossad Organization , and reasons for those crimes. It is common knowledge that Israel was possessed of the most feared ‘hit squad’ alias murder outfit in the world. It is the personal view of the writer that such a squad is necessary for a country for its national security, though an armed intelligence division of a country should
News: Why Lanka’s Parliament has declined and decayed
Posted Date: 14/04/2018 (Saturday)
Let me start with a confession. The last two weeks have been consumed rereading Gibbon’s Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire parts of which deal with the decline and decay of that most august of bodies, the Roman Senate. Those familiar with the first three volumes cannot miss their influence throughout this essay, but in a pint-sized column such as this it is infeasible to always insert quotation marks or add dutiful ibids. I have also taken tiny liberties with a few quotations. By ‘decline’, in my title, I mean institutional changes, such as anointing Octavian as Augustus, or in our case the executive presidency, which undermined parliament. The
News: Sinhala and Tamil New Year
Posted Date: 14/04/2018 (Saturday)
This is so apparent in a village setting. Kumari remembers distinctly seeing the yellow stalks of paddy harvested and piled in the kamatha; the paddy threshed by a team of buffaloes and the seed measured for division between landlord and cultivator. The measured paddy grain was stored in gunny sacks to be carried to Kumari’s maternal grandparents’ home and to the cultivator’s home. The andé type of paddy cultivation was followed: our fields cultivated by village farmers and the harvest shared between owner and cultivator; equally at the beginning, until in the mid 1950s the Paddy Lands Act was passed decreeing that the farmer gets 2/3rd of the harvested paddy.
News: Religionisation Of Politics: Amour Of The Authoritarian Personality
Posted Date: 14/04/2018 (Saturday)
We live in dark times, times of lost hope, times of wrecked promises. The common candidate has turned in to a protean political swindler. The autocrat knocks on the door. As the blunt and bright political satirist Art Buchwald put it these are not the best of times or the worst of times. These are the only times we’ve got. New Year festivals are measures of time. From our tribal days, we have relied on festivals and rituals usually linked to harvesting times as a device that offers a renewal of life. On this new year, our nation is focused not so much in a renewal in life but to make sense out of chaos that surrounds us in life.
News: SL earns over USD 161mn from UN peacekeeping
Posted Date: 14/04/2018 (Saturday)
The Sri Lanka Army has earned more than USD 161 million from UN peacekeeping missions since 2004, Army Commander Lieutenant General Mahesh Senanayake said on Thursday. He said this at the opening ceremony of the Directorate for Overseas Operations (DOO) at the Old Dutch Building in Colombo 3. “Since 2004, Sri Lanka has been earning a minimum of USD 2.5 million per annum from peacekeeping missions overseas. The troops deployed for such assignments benefit financially and through these undertakings, the country amasses foreign remittances that are utilised to train more and more soldiers. Since 1955, a number of 18,179 members attached to
News: Parliament won't be dissolved- Austin
Posted Date: 14/04/2018 (Saturday)
Secretary to the President Austin Fernando says President Maithripala Sirisena has no intention of dissolving Parliament. Speaking to the BBC Sandeshaya the Secretary to the President said the Head of State prorogued Parliament according to provisions vested with the Constitution. Austin Fernando said the time that Parliament will convene on the 8th of May will be notified in due course.
News: Reginald Cooray sworn in as Northern Province Governor
Posted Date: 14/04/2018 (Saturday)
Reginald Cooray who was sworn in as Central Province Governor yesterday (12) again sworn in as Northern Province Governor in front of President Maithripala Sirisena today (13). The appointment has been made considering the strong demand from the Northern people, Reginald Cooray said while addressing a media briefing held today. “The President had a discussion with all newly appointed Governors today. During the discussion, President informed all Governors except Governor-Rohitha Bogollagama to exchange their governing provinces on a voluntary basis,” Cooray said.
News: President clinches deal with UNP to continue coalition
Posted Date: 14/04/2018 (Saturday)
President Maithripala Sirisena, leader of the Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) took the unprecedented step of urging ministers of his own party to boycott last Tuesday’s weekly Cabinet meeting – perhaps a first such move in a practising democracy. In doing so, he was cushioning a feared fallout from a widespread call by members of the Central Committee, the party’s policy making body, to quit the coalition or “the national unity Government.” They were to take a final decision at a second CC meeting on Wednesday but Sirisena, though he promised, did not summon one. He may not have wanted to be thrust with a decision to quit the coalition. He told the UNP ministers that most wanted
Photos: Traditional New Year celebration with a difference
Posted Date: 14/04/2018 (Saturday)
Photos: A Record 683 Acres of Land Released to Jaffna People
Posted Date: 14/04/2018 (Saturday)
Events: வானவில் 2018” இசை நிகழ்ச்சி
Posted Date: 14/04/2018 (Saturday)
Planet shakers Church Hall, 360 MAIN ROAD, LOWER PLENTY, VIC 3093, AUSTRALIA
Videos: Reginald Cooray sworn in as Northern Province Governor
Posted Date: 14/04/2018 (Saturday)
News: Two contentious human rights issues
Posted Date: 13/04/2018 (Friday)
There were two particularly contentious issues which the Commission of Inquiry was looking into. The first was the killing of five youngsters in Trincomalee, where it was clear that Security Forces had breached all norms. Though when I had first heard about the matter I had thought they had reasons to suspect the youngsters of working for the LTTE. about the matter. After I took over at the Secretariat and investigated further, it seemed to me that they had no excuse at all for the killings. I believe the Udalagama Commission, as it was called after its very honourable Chairman, has made this clear, though sadly the Rajapaksa Government failed to publish its findings. Even more culpably, the current Government has done nothing further
News: Customs suspect ‘LTTE gold’ smuggled out of north
Posted Date: 13/04/2018 (Friday)
The navy has heightened surveillance and stepped up intelligence gathering as regards gold smuggling operations and its efforts have been crowned with results in the form of increasing detections, Navy Spokesperson, Commander Lankanatha Dissanayake says. Dissanayake said so in answer to a query posed by The Island following the detection by the navy, on Wednesday, of the largest haul of gold, which was being smuggled out of the country this year. The successful anti-smuggling operation was carried out by the North Central Command.
News: UN missions: Army seeking way out of Geneva quagmire
Posted Date: 13/04/2018 (Friday)
An ambitious Sri Lankan project to enhance its share in lucrative UN peace keeping operations is in jeopardy for want of a cohesive strategy to counter unsubstantiated war crimes allegations against the Sri Lankan military. Army Chief Lt. Gen. Mahesh Senanayake yesterday explained measures that had been taken by military authorities, including a screening process of officers and men in accordance with UN standards. Senanayake said so in response to a query raised by The Island following the inauguration of the Directorate of Overseas Operations (DOO) in Colombo 3 by Defence Secretary Kapila Waidyaratne, PC. However, Waidyaratne, a former senior Senior Additional Solicitor General of the Attorney General’s Department didn’t meet the press.
News: Over 450,000 potential dengue breeding sites found
Posted Date: 13/04/2018 (Friday)
Health Ministry officials have detected 463, 827 potential dengue breeding sites across the country during the mosquito eradication week which concluded recently. The Ministry carried out the campaign, with the assistance of the Police, the tri services, civil defence force and members of community health committees in a bid to prevent an outbreak of dengue with the activation of the South Western monsoonal rains.
News: Sri Lanka mulls new laws to curb hate speech and fake news on social media
Posted Date: 13/04/2018 (Friday)
Sri Lanka is considering new legislation or amendments to exiting legislation in order to criminalize the spread of hate speech or fake news through social media, following in the footsteps of countries such as Malaysia, while the relevant draft laws are expected to be prepared within a month. Minister of Telecommunication and Digital Infrastructure Harin Fernando stated that the government took several measures in the wake of the country’s recent experiences in the spread of hate speech through social media, which led to communal violence mainly in the Kandy district.
News: Sri Lanka’s Norochcholai power plant shuts down temporarily
Posted Date: 13/04/2018 (Friday)
The unit one of Lakvijaya power station which is also known as the Norochcholai power station has been shut down following the release of harmful emissions from its smokestack. The provincial environmental authority of North Western province has asked the Norochcholai plant to be shut down from yesterday evening (11/4/18), an official of the environmental Authority told Lanka Business Online. “We hope to back and running in the next ten days by April 22 or so.” Indrajith Gallage, assistant general manager, Norochcholai power station told us.

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