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News: India burn effigies of legendary Sri Lanka king in Dussehra festival
Posted Date: 12/10/2016 (Wednesday)
Indians burned effigies of King Ravana and family members who according legend ruled Sri Lanka before migrants from the transformed the island into an Indianzied Hindu-Bhuddist culture like Burma, Thailand and other East Asian regions. In the Dussehar festival effigies of King Ravana, who figures in the subcontinental epic Ramayana, his son Meghnada and brother Kumbakarna are burnt with great fanfare.
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Events: Challenge and Uncertainty in a Volatile World: Japan-UK Responses
Posted Date: 12/10/2016 (Wednesday)
The Nippon Zaidan Building, 1-2-2 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-8404, Japan
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News: Undue interference in my ministry - Mano Ganesan
Posted Date: 11/10/2016 (Tuesday)
Minister of National Co-existence Dialogue and Official Languages Mano Ganesan has complained to President Maithripala Sirisena and Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe that the former President Chandrika Kumaratunga is unduly interfering in the affairs of his ministry. In an interview with Ceylon Today Ganesan said he intends to conduct further discussions on the issue with the President, Prime Minister and the Minister of Public Administration and Management, Ranjith Maddumabandara.
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Videos: M A Sumanthiran on giving Buddhism Foremost Place In New Constitution
Posted Date: 11/10/2016 (Tuesday)
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News: federal call of northern Tamil Chief Minister
Posted Date: 10/10/2016 (Monday)
C V Wigneswaran two weeks ago had demanded a federal solution to meet the political aspirations of the Tamil minority. The opposition in parliament demanded government response to PM Wigneswaran’s demand.
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News: Tamil National Alliance fears law to replace anti-terror act may be old wine in a new bottle
Posted Date: 10/10/2016 (Monday)
The Tamil National Alliance (TNA), the premier Tamil political group in Sri Lanka, fears that the proposed new law to replace the draconian Prevention of Terrorism Act (PTA) may well be old wine in a new bottle with most of the controversial provisions being retained.
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News: 'Whatever the army saw, they destroyed': looting and loss in Sri Lanka's civil war
Posted Date: 10/10/2016 (Monday)
In an extract from his memoir, A Long Watch: War, Captivity and Return in Sri Lanka, Commodore Ajith Boyagoda recalls senseless destruction by soldiers One moment stands out for me as the most formative of my military career. This was in Karainagar, on another of the northern islands, immediately after our military operation there in 1991. Dealing with the civilian sick and weak you really feel the effects of war.
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Photos: Judges need not be immune from public scrutiny' - Bar Association President Geoffrey Alagaratnam:
Posted Date: 10/10/2016 (Monday)
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Photos: Media pressure escalates against judges
Posted Date: 10/10/2016 (Monday)
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Photos: Swiss an excellent model for Sri Lanka: Sampanthan – VIDEO
Posted Date: 10/10/2016 (Monday)
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News: President won’t do anything inimical to Buddha Sasana
Posted Date: 09/10/2016 (Sunday)
President Maithripala Sirisena attending a Buddhist religious ceremony at Kurukude Ancient Vihare in Peradeniya on Tuesday (04) afternoon assured that his government would never take any final decisions with regard to Buddha Sasana that would lead to disagreement, dispute or dissension among the Sangha. Any such decision would be taken only with the blessings of the Sangha led by the Mahanayake Theras. President Maithripala Sirisena made the declaration after opening the three-storeyed preaching hall of Kurukude Vihare.
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News: RTI Act implementation to commence next week
Posted Date: 08/10/2016 (Saturday)
The process of implementing the new Right to Information Act would commence next week with the establishment an office in Battaramulla the government announced on Wednesday. Co-Cabinet Spokesman and Media Minister Gayantha Karunathilaka told a press conference at the Information Department that Piyatissa Ranasinghe had been appointed to head the new office.
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News: New land laws before end of year
Posted Date: 08/10/2016 (Saturday)
A new legislation titled \"Lands (Special Provisions) Bill\" would be presented to Parliament before the end of the year to do away with or relax various restrictions on land use and ownership, Lands Minister John Amaratunga said. He said the Bill would grant outright ownership of lands to those who possess Swarna Bhoomi and Jaya Bhoomi deeds. He said disputes among the members in the same family had risen due to various restrictions in the law on land ownership and transfer. He said the new legislation would solve those issues.
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News: Sri Lanka: Hair Dresser severely tortured for failing to give a haircut to HQI, Hatton
Posted Date: 08/10/2016 (Saturday)
Kadireshan Ravishankar, 34 was severely tortured by the HQI and other officers of the Hatton police station merely for failing to provide a haircut immediately on his order a couple of days ago. The case exposes the dangers of not allowing lawyers from representing their clients at police station, an amendment Minister of Justice is championing and had gazetted in the criminal procedure code. The minister wants to prevent lawyers from representing clients at police stations till investigations are over and suspect’s statement is recorded. The Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka, the Bar Association of Sri Lanka, The Asian Human Rights Commission and several other organizations and individuals have opposed the move as it would lead to increase of torture and ill treatment and other abuses of human rights at police stations. However, the minister in a statement to the media has justified the move stating that those who object to this amendment fail to appreciate the difficulties faced by the police engaged in criminal investigations. Obviously, the Minister is attempting to underplay the widespread use of torture and ill treatment.
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Photos: Lankan PM Wickremesinghe urges Modi to resolve Tamil fishermen issue
Posted Date: 08/10/2016 (Saturday)
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Photos: I never asked intelligence officers to keep tabs on politicians – Gota
Posted Date: 08/10/2016 (Saturday)
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Photos: JO struggles to explain UPFA turning blind eye to high handed TNA actions under their watch
Posted Date: 08/10/2016 (Saturday)
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Videos: M-24: Tamil Heritage Month in the House of Commons
Posted Date: 08/10/2016 (Saturday)
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News: Sri Lanka: Tamils in the North-East protest at last
Posted Date: 07/10/2016 (Friday)
On the 24th September 2016, there was a massive protest in Jaffna, in the Tamil North, where some 15,000 Tamils took part in the biggest protest since the end of the armed conflict 7 years ago. The protest called ‘Ezhuka Thamizh’ (Let Tamils rise), saw thousands of Tamils from all eight provinces in the North and East come to Jaffna. It was a long overdue protest. To deal with this most important event, there must be an understanding of the ground situation in the Tamil North and East.
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News: Pakistan Faces International Isolation After Kashmir Incident
Posted Date: 07/10/2016 (Friday)
The fall-out from the latest crisis with India damages Pakistan’s already weak international position and risks shifting the balance of domestic politics in favour of the military. While all-out war with India is unlikely, there has been a noticeable hardening of tone in Pakistan. Photo by Getty Images. Pakistan has placed its forces on high alert after being denounced by India as a ‘terrorist state’ complicit in an attack on a military base at Uri in Indian-administered Kashmir. The accusations have been strongly denied by Pakistan and fuelled a war of words, raising bilateral tensions to levels not seen since the Mumbai terror attacks of 2008.
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