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News: SL will continue to work with UN, other firms by aligning govt. policy with SDGs
Posted Date: 21/10/2017 (Saturday)
Sri Lanka will continue to work with the United Nations (UN) and other institutions by aligning the government’s policy strategy with the “Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Targets” to be achieved by 2030, Finance and Mass Media Minister Mangala Samaraweera said. Addressing the World Bank/International Monetary Funds annual meeting in Washington
News: Poverty down to 4.1% But highest in the North
Posted Date: 21/10/2017 (Saturday)
Sri Lanka's poverty headcount declined to 4.1 per cent last year, from 6.7% in 2012/13, when the last of such censuses were taken, the Census and Statistics Department (CSD), in a report released on Thursday (19), said. The Official Poverty Line (OPL) for last year was Rs 4,166 per soul per mensem, as opposed to real per capita expenditure per month for a person fixed at Rs 3,624 in 2012/13 to be poverty neutral then.
News: Proposed constitution to be discussed with clergy – PM
Posted Date: 21/10/2017 (Saturday)
Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe says views will be exchanged with the clergy following discussions on the proposed new Constitution in Parliament. Three special meetings of the Constitutional Assembly will be held on the 30th and 31st of October and on the 1st of November at the Parliament complex. The talks will take place from 10.30 in the morning to 6.30 in the evening.
Photos: The Danger in Distorted Education: Sri Lanka’s History Curriculum
Posted Date: 21/10/2017 (Saturday)
Events: Meeting on Interim Report published for the Sri Lanka's Constitution
Posted Date: 21/10/2017 (Saturday)
Burnhamthorpe Community Centre, 1500 gullenden Dr., mississaauga L4X 2TL
News: Family members of the LTTE detainees meet President
Posted Date: 20/10/2017 (Friday)
The family members of the LTTE detainees in Anuradhapura prison met President Maithreepala Sirisena today (19). The meeting was provided by The President on the request made by NPC member M. K. Shivajilingam. The family members of the LTTE detainees requested the President to release their family members.
News: Premier lashes out at editors for highlighting prelates’s opposition to proposed new Constitution
Posted Date: 20/10/2017 (Friday)
Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe yesterday said that some newspapers had misled the public by publishing reports that the Mahanayakes had opposed the new constitution. Mahanayake of the Malwatte chapter was out of the country but the newspapers published his picture with a story stating that Mahanayakes were against the new constitution, the Prime Minister said, addressing a ceremony held at the Parliament committee room to accept three
News: All must understand attempts by some to mislead society regarding a new constitution which is still not drafted –President
Posted Date: 20/10/2017 (Friday)
President Maithripala Sirisena says all the citizens of the country must be aware of the attempts by some section of the society to mislead the society regarding a new constitution which is still not drafted. He said that we had to face a nearly three decade long, brutal war as a result of not providing
News: S Chandrasekhar: the student who took on the world's top astrophysicist Arthur I Miller on the young Indian who eventually proved that a star really could collapse and fall into a black hole
Posted Date: 20/10/2017 (Friday)
In the 1930s the rarefied world of science was ripped apart by a controversy that was to have devastating consequences for the development of astrophysics. It began when an Indian student called Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar (Chandra) decided to work out what would happen if Einstein's special theory of relativity was applied to the processes that went on inside stars. This step was important because particles inside stars travel at speeds close to
Photos: Return to Sri Lanka: Indian soldier revisits a brutal battlefield
Posted Date: 20/10/2017 (Friday)
Events: Deepavali Celebrartion and Mindfulness session
Posted Date: 19/10/2017 (Thursday)
Shiraz Mirza Community Hall, 76A Coombe Road, Norbiton, Kingston Upon Thames, KT2 7AZ
News: India takes on China at another battlefront: A Sri Lankan airport
Posted Date: 18/10/2017 (Wednesday)
India is in advanced talks with Sri Lanka to operate the airport on the southern tip of the island, where China has invested heavily as part of its One Belt One Road (OBOR) project. The Doklam conflict between India and China amply highlighted the fight between the two countries for supremacy in South Asia. India is strongly asserting against China which is trying to build strategic assets in the garb of infrastructure projects all around India. It is the continuation of the old Chinese 'String of Pearls' policy that aims at ring-fencing India. But
News: Basil’s predictions and his hallucinations…
Posted Date: 18/10/2017 (Wednesday)
Pradesheeya Sabhas became a devolved subject under the Provincial Councils in the Local Government system of Sri Lanka. This mechanism of local government was introduced in 1987 through the 13th Amendment to the Constitution.The legislative bodies that preside over the third tier municipalities in the country, they total up to 271 and are collectively responsible for governance of approximately 16,726,000 people. Ranging from 5 to 23 per council, there are 3,624 Councillors in total.
News: Sri Lanka Opposition Leader urges government to release all prisoners detained under PTA
Posted Date: 18/10/2017 (Wednesday)
Sri Lanka's Opposition Leader and the Leader of main Tamil party, Tamil National Alliance (TNA) R. Sampanthan Tuesday urged the Government to release all persons held in custody from the North and East under the Prevention of Terrorism Act (PTA) without further delay. Moving an adjournment motion in parliament yesterday, the Opposition Leader said these prisoners are held in custody under the PTA irrespective of whether they have been convicted, charged, or not yet been charged.
News: The UN move of reconciliation
Posted Date: 18/10/2017 (Wednesday)
In this Article, I attempt to discuss the significant role assumed by the United Nations in the post-war reconciliation process. Acting on the information obtained from various sources, that in the course of the war, specially during the last stage, serious violations of human rights and humanitarian law, both by the Security Forces of the Sri Lankan government and the LTTE, had occurred in Sri Lanka, the Secretary General of the United Nations, Ban Ki Moon arrived in Sri Lanka just after the conclusion of the war.
Events: Tolerating the Intolerant: 800yrs of Defending Human Rights: A Seminar discussing the Hindu Human Rights Report 2017; Q & A with Sri Tupan Ghosh
Posted Date: 18/10/2017 (Wednesday)
Committee Room 11 ,The House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA
News: Government lethargy in protecting our forces
Posted Date: 17/10/2017 (Tuesday)
I wrote a couple of weeks back about the splendid work of Lord Naseby on behalf of Sri Lanka, in getting into the open, the reports of the last British Defence Attaché in Sri Lanka. The Foreign Office initially suppressed these, and the appeal procedure there did not work, so Lord Naseby went to the Information Commissioner. Following that intervention he got 26 pages, with many deletions. He also noted that there was nothing from the last two months, so he appealed again, and got 12 more pages.
News: US influences Lanka’s foreign policy, undermines China relations
Posted Date: 17/10/2017 (Tuesday)
The US recently twice commented on Sri Lanka-China relations, in an extremely negative way. There hadn’t been such highly controversial and critical US statements regarding Sri Lanka-China relations during the war, or after the successful conclusion of the conflict, in May 2009. One statement was made in Washington and the other in Colombo, much to the
News: Sirisena gets tough, pro-JO organisers fired, cases against Rajapaksa family expedited
Posted Date: 17/10/2017 (Tuesday)
• As parties prepare for local polls, possibly on January 20, President rules out any rapprochement with rival faction • UNP also finalises list for 335 local councils while Basil claims new party confident of winning a majority • Cabinet dispute over expressway project, Ranawaka and other ministers critical of high cost, but Kiriella flares back
News: Indian footwear giant gains foothold in SL Local entrepreneurs cry foul
Posted Date: 16/10/2017 (Monday)
An Indian footwear company has set up a factory in Sri Lanka much to the consternation of its local counterparts, who feel threatened. Sri Lankan entrepreneurs say that other Indian manufactures may follow suit and fields such as local manufacturing and marketing of dairy products, confectioneries, ready-made garments and a range of consumer goods may be adversely affected.

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