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News: Prime Minister notes importance of having TNA backing
Posted Date: 28/10/2017 (Saturday)
Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe today noted the importance of having the support of the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) to take the country forward. He said for the first time the TNA is considering proposals put forward by the two main political parties in the country. The Prime Minister also said that no one has submitted proposals which seek to divide the country.
News: Mental health; the stigma that exists in the Tamil community
Posted Date: 28/10/2017 (Saturday)
According to official reports, one in four people in the world have – or will, at some point in their lives – suffered from mental health problems. Yet, the same statistics tell us that only one-third of those affected ever seek medical treatment. While this is indeed sad news, it is, however, in no way surprising, considering the stigma attached to mental health issues. Especially in the South Asian room, mental health comes with its own cycle of shame. In
News: The Fruits of Difficult InterFaith Conversations - The Fruit of Difficult InterFaith Conversations - 100 Exiled Sikhs can return to their homeland in Punjab.
Posted Date: 28/10/2017 (Saturday)
"Genuine InterFaith Dialogue is not only vital to community cohesion but it may be THE critical area which will deliver or deny a peaceful 21st Century. It is the hardest space to work in but for those with motives based upon true seva and the courage to recognise that they may not have all the answers, the rewards can be pivotal as this news shows." Satish K Sharma, General Secretary, NCHT(UK)
Events: monthly meeting of the History and Heritage Unit of the Tamil Information Centre The Origins of the Tamil Language
Posted Date: 28/10/2017 (Saturday)
Thulasi, Bridge-end-close, Kingston-Upon-Thames, KT2 6PZ
Events: SMS 40th Anniversary Celebrations
Posted Date: 28/10/2017 (Saturday)
Walthamstow Assembly Hall, Forest Road, Town Hall Walthamstow London E17 4JF
Events: SMS 40th Anniversary Celebration
Posted Date: 28/10/2017 (Saturday)
Walthamstow Assembly Hall, Forest Road, Town Hall Walthamstow London E17 4JF
News: South Korean Navy training task group here
Posted Date: 27/10/2017 (Friday)
South Korea had taken steps to develop naval cooperation with Sri Lanka, Commander, Cruise Training Task Group Rear Admiral LH Yang, Yong-mo of South Korean Naval Ship Kang Gam Chan (DDH-979) that has docked at Colombo Port on a friendly visit, said yesterday. The 2017 ROKN Cruise Training Task Group, includes two Korean Navy vessels -Kang
News: Sri Lankan Women Say #MeToo
Posted Date: 27/10/2017 (Friday)
The campaign was kicked off by actress Alyssa Milano following sexual abuse allegations raised against movie executive Harvey Weinstein. More than 40 women have accused Weinstein of sexual harrasment, abuse or rape. In Sri Lanka, actresses, journalists, mothers and young girls posted notes on their Facebook supporting the #MeToo campaign, with some saying they had also faced abuse.
News: JO confirms participation but won’t endorse proposals Three-day debate on constitutional reforms
Posted Date: 27/10/2017 (Friday)
The Joint Opposition (JO) yesterday reiterated its commitment to taking part in next week’s three-day parliamentary debate on the interim report of the Steering Committee spearheading the new constitution making process, in spite of its disagreement with major recommendations. JO constituent, the National Freedom Front (NFF) comprising five MPs and several
News: Mitra shakti: Taking lessons from military exercise, India to focus more on modern communication, weapon tech
Posted Date: 27/10/2017 (Friday)
With special emphasis on increasing the use of modern communication, reconnaissance and weapon technologies, the joint military exercise between India and Sri Lanka concluded in Pune on Thursday. The 14-day exercise, Mitra Shakti, had focussed on counter-insurgency and counter-terrorism operations. On the last day of the exercise, a joint operations team of both armies conducted a mock drill
News: Smart IDs from today
Posted Date: 27/10/2017 (Friday)
The smart identification card (Smart ID) was launched to the public today by the Department of Registration of Persons (DRP), Department Commissioner General Viyani Gunathilaka said. To symbolize the Inauguration of the Smart ID, the first printed Smart ID was handed over to Wayamba Development and Cultural Affairs Minister S. B. Nawinne and fifteen other applicants who applied today at the ceremony
News: EC briefs political parties in view of LG Polls
Posted Date: 27/10/2017 (Friday)
Elections Commission Chairman Mahinda Deshapriya yesterday briefed representatives of the political parties about electioneering under the new system in view of the upcoming local government elections, it is learnt. The meeting took place yesterday evening in his office. He briefed them about the procedure set out regarding vote canvassing, the handing over of nomination papers, vote counting at polling stations and the presence of political party representatives.
News: USS Nimitz Visit to Sri Lanka First for U.S. Aircraft Carrier Since 1985
Posted Date: 27/10/2017 (Friday)
The Nimitz Carrier Strike Group is scheduled to arrive in Colombo, Sri Lanka for a planned port visit on October 28. The Carrier Strike Group includes the USS Nimitz, the cruiser USS Princeton, and destroyers USS Howard, USS Shoup, USS Pinckney, and USS Kidd. The ships are scheduled to depart Colombo on October 31, 2017. Reflecting the growing relationship between the U.S. and Sri Lankan navies, this is the first
Photos: Sri Lankans misunderstand the relationship between legal theory and political practice
Posted Date: 27/10/2017 (Friday)
Photos: Sinhala Buddhist Supremacy breeds "Rural Poverty"
Posted Date: 27/10/2017 (Friday)
News: The danger of postponing elections
Posted Date: 26/10/2017 (Thursday)
When the then President J.R. Jayewardene held a referendum instead of general elections in 1982, most legal and political analysts said that while it may have been legal, it was illegitimate. Mr. Jayewardene’s Government obtained a 50.1% majority at the referendum. But it was immorally blown up into a 5/6th majority in Parliament. This illegitimate move had at least two other major repercussions. It provoked the Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP) to pull out
News: Issues affecting Tamils have to be addressed – Govt. ... if another armed conflict is to be averted
Posted Date: 26/10/2017 (Thursday)
The government said yesterday that the Tamil people had issues which needed to be resolved and it would be addressed within a united country. Sports Minister Dayasiri Jayasekara, addressing the weekly Cabinet Press Briefing, at the Information Department, said that finding solutions to the problems faced by the Tamils did not mean dismembering the country into pieces or combining the Northern and Eastern Provincial Councils into one, as demanded by some Tamil parties.
News: AG files indictments against Pillayan, five others
Posted Date: 26/10/2017 (Thursday)
The Attorney General has filed indictments in the Batticaloa High Court against six accused including former Eastern Province Chief Minister Sivanesathurai Chandrakanthan alias ‘Pillayan’ and six others over the killing of former TNA parliamentarian Joseph Pararajasingham, the Supreme Court was informed today. Senior State Counsel Sudarshana de Silva appearing on behalf of the Attorney General made this remark when the Fundamental Rights petition filed by former Eastern Province Chief
News: Tamils set long and short records at Sri Lanka navy
Posted Date: 26/10/2017 (Thursday)
Sri Lanka's outgoing navy chief Travis Sinniah, the first minority Tamil to reach the highest position in the force in nearly half a century, has set a new record for being the shortest serving commander. The previous Tamil commander, Rear Admiral R. Kadiragamar, and Admiral Sinniah now firmly hold records for heading the navy for the longest and shortest periods respectively in the 67 year history of the Sri Lanka Navy.
News: New Constitution turned into an anti media discussion: JO
Posted Date: 26/10/2017 (Thursday)
The joint opposition yesterday said that the process of making a new Constitution has now been turned in to an abhorrence and absurd discussion against the media and the Maha Sangha. Joint opposition member MP Dullas Alahapperuma told a news conference that recently it was reported how Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe had lashed out at the media institutions with regard to the Constitution.

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