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Photos: School Students in Two Remote Pre-schools Given Accessories
Posted Date: 10/11/2017 (Friday)
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Events: National Seminar on “Samskritam & Bharateeya Kalaavaibhavam” with special focus on Sangeetam, Naatakam and Naatyam,
Posted Date: 10/11/2017 (Friday)
Samaskritam & Bharateeya Kala Vaibhavam, Hyderabad, India
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News: Cabinet approval to set up special High Court
Posted Date: 09/11/2017 (Thursday)
Sri Lanka’s Cabinet of Ministers has approved the proposal to establish a special High Court to expedite cases pertaining to crimes involving public property, money laundering, funding of terrorism, misuse of state resources and organized crime. The statement issued on Cabinet decisions reached yesterday (7) states that expediting the hearing of cases on financial fraud, corruption, larcenous acts regarding government assets and incomes and similar crimes has become practically difficult due to cases continuing to
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News: How constitution-drafter Jayampathy tries to override SLFP
Posted Date: 09/11/2017 (Thursday)
The curtain falls today on the Constitutional Assembly debate on the Interim Report of the Steering Committee. So what happens now? It doesn’t look good. The curious coincidence that the curtain falls roughly on the centenary of the October Revolution of 1917 in Russia should remind us, especially those Constitution makers of a left background, that what is happening on the street is quite as or even more important than what happens in the chambers. ‘The Street’ is as important or at certain points
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News: Wartime abductions: Govt. urged to prosecute or release Navy men
Posted Date: 09/11/2017 (Thursday)
Retired Navy Chief of Staff Rear Admiral Sarath Weerasekera has urged the government to either prosecute or release SLN officers and men remanded in connection with a series of alleged war time abductions, mostly in Colombo and its suburbs. Weerasekera emphasised that those who had served the armed forces and undertaken missions at the risk of their lives were being unfairly treated.
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News: Country heading towards anarchy: JO
Posted Date: 09/11/2017 (Thursday)
The Joint Opposition today said the country was heading towards anarchy because of the inefficient management skills of the Government. Addressing the weekly news briefing of the JO, Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna (SLPP) Chairman G.L. Peiris said a Petti Kade (Kiosk) had a better management than the Government.
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Events: ITC - Inspiration 2017
Posted Date: 09/11/2017 (Thursday)
Tolworth Girls School
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News: Even new amendments to LG Polls Law are flawed – EC member Prof.Hoole
Posted Date: 08/11/2017 (Wednesday)
Election Commission’s Member Prof. S. Ratnajeevan H. Hoole, in an interview with the Daily Mirror, shares his thoughts on the Commission and the upcoming local authorities’ elections • They will make us violate some law somewhere • Those who voted for the PC Elections Act do not know what they voted for • Our laws are full of mistakes • We are always in violation of something • It came to a matter of choosing which laws we would violate
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News: US announces grant to promote religious freedom in Sri Lanka
Posted Date: 08/11/2017 (Wednesday)
The US announced a grant of nearly USD 5,00,000 for organisations which can come up with ideas and projects to promote religious freedom in India and Sri Lanka. The Department of State, Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor, in its notice, said it seeks to "reduce religiously-motivated violence and discrimination in India" through its USD 493,827 programme.
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News: Reconciliation mechanisms are for all Sri Lankans’
Posted Date: 08/11/2017 (Wednesday)
I am visiting this country on an official mission of the Government of Japan, but my message below is my personal one as an expert reflecting my tentative observations as of today and does not necessarily reflect the views and positions of the Government of Japan. It is critical to recognize that the ongoing efforts for the reconciliation mechanisms are for the entire people of Sri Lanka and are intended to benefit all of them in an equal manner. There may be some misunderstanding that the mechanisms will benefit only a part of the people of
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News: Repeal executive presidency: Welgama
Posted Date: 08/11/2017 (Wednesday)
A Presidency similar to the one in India should be introduced repealing the existing Executive Presidency, which vests extreme powers with the President, Joint Opposition MP Kumara Welgama said in Parliament today. Speaking during the debate on the Interim Report of the Steering Committee, he said from the very begining he held the opinion that the Executive Presidency should be changed.
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News: Despite end of Sri Lanka’s civil war, men report rape and torture under new government
Posted Date: 08/11/2017 (Wednesday)
He was barely a teenager when Sri Lanka’s civil war ended, spared by youth from witnessing its horrors. But last year, the brutal conflict caught up with Witness #205. Raped, branded and beaten, he is one of more than 50 men who say they were abducted and tortured under Sri Lanka’s current government. The men’s previously unpublished accounts conjure images of the bloody civil war, which ended in 2009.
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News: India: Rape Victims Face Barriers to Justice Uneven Progress in 5 Years Since Delhi Gang Rape
Posted Date: 08/11/2017 (Wednesday)
Rape survivors in India face significant barriers to obtaining justice and critical support services, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. Legal and other reforms adopted since the gang rape and murder of a student, Jyoti Singh Pandey, in Delhi in December 2012 have not been fully realized. The 82-page report, “‘Everyone Blames Me’: Barriers to Justice and Support Services for Sexual Assault Survivors in India,” finds that women and girls who survive rape and other sexual violence often suffer humiliation at police stations and hospitals. Police are frequently
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Photos: Hela Bojun: Empowering Rural Women Through Food And Agriculture
Posted Date: 08/11/2017 (Wednesday)
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Photos: Whatever the allegation is made, my commitment is to eliminate fraud & corruption
Posted Date: 08/11/2017 (Wednesday)
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Events: Towards Accountability for International Crimes in Syria: Concerted efforts by civil society, national prosecutors and international investigators
Posted Date: 08/11/2017 (Wednesday)
Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, Schumannstr. 8, 10117 Berlin
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Take Actions: Tamil men accuse continuing torture in Sri Lanka Take a stand against torture and urge UN Human Rights commission for human rights to investigate
Posted Date: 08/11/2017 (Wednesday)
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News: Federalism is not Separatism: the Supreme Court de-demonizes Federalism
Posted Date: 07/11/2017 (Tuesday)
The Supreme Court determination in the Chandrasoma Vs Senathirajah case (SC Spl 03/2014 -Decided on 04/08/2017), this August, did not receive the public attention it deserved. The silence speaks volumes for a society that chooses to languish in ignorance by choice. The ongoing political debate on a new constitution does not seem to have absorbed the nutrition the judgment offers for a discourse on constitutional making. Yet for a national political psyche hegemonized by Unitarism for decades, the finding is unparalleled. The
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News: Parliament faulted for not taking up vital issue Lords Naseby’s call to revise Vanni death toll:
Posted Date: 07/11/2017 (Tuesday)
Former Deputy Minister and retired Rear Admiral Sarath Weerasekera yesterday said that a recent statement made by Lord Naseby in the House of Lords pertaining to the Vanni war death toll could be the basis for Sri Lanka’s defence at the Geneva based United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC). Addressing the media on behalf of Eliya, an organization backed by wartime Defence Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa, Weerasekera said Conservative Lord Naseby’s declaration
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News: Commander Takes a Look at Mali Bound Army Contingent-Owned Equipment Set to Sail
Posted Date: 07/11/2017 (Tuesday)
Lieutenant General Mahesh Senanayake, Commander of the Army Tuesday (7) afternoon went to the Colombo port in order to see for himself how the Army’s Mali-bound consignment of Contingent Owned Equipment (COE), was being loaded to the vessel, scheduled to set sail in a day or two. The shipment with 55 containers, inclusive of self-sustained equipment, combat vehicle equipment, de-mining and explosive ordnance devices and various other logistic
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