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Events: Yatha Yathira - Street Festival
Posted Date: 07/09/2016 (Wednesday)
Clarance Street Kingston KT1 1NR
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Events: இயற்கை வேளாண்மையும் - நாம் தமிழர் கட்சியின் மாபெரும் பொதுக்கூட்டம்
Posted Date: 07/09/2016 (Wednesday)
தஞ்சாவூர் மாவட்டத்திலுள்ள ஒரத்தநாடு பேருந்துநிலையம் அருகில்
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News: UN ‘made big mistakes’ in Sri Lanka
Posted Date: 03/09/2016 (Saturday)
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon yesterday acknowledged that the UN could have saved many lives during the last seven months of the war, and the UN 'made big mistakes and learned very hard lessons'. He said he held an internal probe as to what happened during those months. During his speech on 'Sri Lanka on SDG16: Sustaining Peace – Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals' held in Colombo, the SG while blaming Sri Lanka too for causing serious problems to its own people, added that even the UN during the last seven decades, particularly, in the last seven months 'made big mistakes' in Sri Lanka.
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Videos: TNA meets Ban Ki-moon
Posted Date: 03/09/2016 (Saturday)
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News: Sri Lanka: Steps in Reconciliation and Accountability for Sustainable Peace : An interview with UN’s Reconciliation and Development Adviser in Sri Lanka, Gita Sabharwal
Posted Date: 02/09/2016 (Friday)
Where do we stand today in terms of reconciliation and development in Sri Lanka? The political transition is a historic opportunity to achieve sustainable peace in Sri Lanka. The UN has been engaging comprehensively with the government to advance reconciliation and address issues of accountability. The UN strategy brings the three pillars of peace, development and human rights working in close coordination for durable peace.
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Videos: UN chief says difficult to even to talk with previous SL govt
Posted Date: 02/09/2016 (Friday)
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News: Protesters descend on UN as Ban Ki-moon visits Sri Lanka
Posted Date: 01/09/2016 (Thursday)
Dozens of Sri Lankan nationalists rallied outside the United Nations compound in Colombo Thursday as Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon visited the island, protesting against the UN's actions during a prolonged civil war. Police held back the demonstrators led by Buddhist monks as they tried to march on the compound just before Ban arrived on the first full day of his two-day visit to Sri Lanka.
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News: Families of people missing in Sri Lanka's civil war march in silence
Posted Date: 01/09/2016 (Thursday)
Human rights activists and families of missing people rallied in Sri Lanka on Tuesday (August 30) in support of an office recently set up to independently investigate the cases of thousands of people who vanished during the government's long conflict with Tamil Tiger rebels. The march marks International Day Against Forced Disappearances and comes a day ahead of U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon's three-day visit.
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News: Tamil Fest Draws Record Crowd with over 150,000 Attendees, Becomes largest event ever hosted in Scarborough
Posted Date: 01/09/2016 (Thursday)
Tamil Fest broke records in its second year, drawing over 150,000 visitors from across North America and becoming the largest event to be hosted in Scarborough. Hosted by the Canadian Tamil Congress, the annual festival took place from August 26 to 28 and is now also the largest Tamil event hosted outside of South Asia. “Tamil Fest is about celebrating the spectacular diversity of Canada, and of showcasing the best of Tamil arts, culture, cuisine, and entertainment,” said David Poopalapillai, National Spokesperson for the Canadian Tamil Congress.
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News: Giving “Accountable Amnesty” to abductors is doing injustice to victims’ families, says HRW
Posted Date: 01/09/2016 (Thursday)
Human Rights Watch (HRW) has said that the recommendation of the Sri Lankan Commission to Investigate Complaints Regarding Missing Persons that perpetrators of abductions be given “accountable amnesty” is tantamount to rendering injustice to the families of the victims. The concept of “accountable amnesty” is “outdated and falls short of international standards”, says James Ross, HRW’s Legal and Policy Director. He points out that the Sri Lankan Foreign Minister, Mangala Samaraweera, has recognized it as being inadequate.
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Photos: SLFP rebels...: How many will break away?
Posted Date: 01/09/2016 (Thursday)
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Photos: LTTE leaders paid defence officials of former government and escaped: Mangala - See more at: http://www.ft.lk/article/564884/LTTE-leaders-paid-defense-officials-of-former-government-and-escaped--Mangala#sthash.TwoFF0fa.dpuf
Posted Date: 01/09/2016 (Thursday)
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Photos: Mangala cautions media on giving coverage to protests against Geneva process
Posted Date: 01/09/2016 (Thursday)
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Photos: Return our lands…
Posted Date: 01/09/2016 (Thursday)
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Photos: PROBLEM OR LIFELINE ?
Posted Date: 01/09/2016 (Thursday)
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News: Latest measures to address disappearances in Sri Lanka
Posted Date: 31/08/2016 (Wednesday)
By the time the new Parliament was elected in August 2015, families of the disappeared had emerged as strong civil movements in Sri Lanka. Their courage and persistence have helped bring about significant developments in relation to addressing disappearances.
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News: UN sponsored Peace-Building-Fund for Sri Lanka
Posted Date: 31/08/2016 (Wednesday)
The Government will discuss the setting up of a Multi-Million Dollar ‘Peace Building Fund’ (PBF) for Sri Lanka, sponsored by the UN, during the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon’s three-day visit to Sri Lanka, a senior Foreign Affairs Ministry source said yesterday. Deputy Foreign Minister Harsha De Silva has said that the objective of the PBF was to ensure fast and flexible funding in support of various peace-building and reconciliation efforts in Sri Lanka
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Photos: Triangle of conflicts in Tamil Politics
Posted Date: 30/08/2016 (Tuesday)
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Photos: Dont use Caste to erase Indian civilisation
Posted Date: 30/08/2016 (Tuesday)
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Videos: News Line TV 1 30th August 2016
Posted Date: 30/08/2016 (Tuesday)
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