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Photos: Whose baby is the new constitution?
Posted Date: 16/06/2017 (Friday)
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News: Enhancing employability of our graduates
Posted Date: 15/06/2017 (Thursday)
A large number of students graduate every year from our 15 state universities and many other degree-awarding institutes in Sri Lanka and, therefore, the employability of graduates has become a critical issue. In the year 2015 alone the state university system produced nearly 35,000 graduates (internal degrees – 17,000, external degrees - 13,000 and Open University degrees - 5000 approximately), and the majority of them (67%) were females.
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News: This is not good governance
Posted Date: 15/06/2017 (Thursday)
Tourism Development and Christian Affairs Minister John Amaratunga was caught in camera scolding and apparently attempting to assault a journalist at his party office in Kandana last week. Although Sri Lankans are used to seeing this kind of behaviour by politicians and high ranking officials, as if they had the right to behave in such a manner, this particular incident has not created an uproar in society.
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Photos: Cogs Of Democracy: Sri Lanka’s Court System
Posted Date: 15/06/2017 (Thursday)
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Events: விம்பம் 8வது சர்வதேச தமிழ் குறும்திரைப்பட விழா - 2017
Posted Date: 15/06/2017 (Thursday)
Trinity center, East avenue, Eastham, E12 6SL ( near the train station - Eastham )
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News: TNA constituent parties demand dismissal of four NPC Ministers
Posted Date: 14/06/2017 (Wednesday)
Parties in the Tamil National Alliance including EPRLF, TELO and PLOTE have demanded the dismissal of four Ministers in the Northern Provincial Council (NPC) who were charged with mass scale corruption. A special committee appointed by the Northern Province Chief Minister C.V.Wigneswaran has recommended to remove Agriculture Minister Ponnuthurai Ayngaranesan and Education Minister Thambyrajah Gurukularajah
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News: SL Govt. should return to good governance: ICG
Posted Date: 14/06/2017 (Wednesday)
The Sri Lankan government needs to return to its original good governance and reconciliation agenda to salvage the chance to address fundamental sources of conflict and instability, the International Crisis Group (ICG) today said. The ICG recognizes itself as an independent organisation working to prevent wars and shape policies which would create a more peaceful world.
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Photos: Sri Lanka’s place in China’s ‘Silk Road’
Posted Date: 14/06/2017 (Wednesday)
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Events: FREE International Trade Finance workshop
Posted Date: 14/06/2017 (Wednesday)
Kingston Business Expo 2017, Kingston University Business School, Kingston Hill, KT2 7LB
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News: Families of missing LTTE cadres meet President in Jaffna Paranagama alleges OMP set up at the expense of useful investigation
Posted Date: 13/06/2017 (Tuesday)
A delegation representing those who had fought for the LTTE has requested President Maithripala Sirisena to help trace missing persons. This request was made during a meeting at Northern Province Governor Reginald Cooray’s Office in Jaffna on Monday (June 12). The previous government brought the war to a successful conclusion in May 2009. Former President Mahinda Rajapaksa released over 11,000 out of nearly 12,000 LTTE cadres from military custody before the change of government in January 2015.
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News: SRI LANKA: Dengue Fever Epidemic In Sri Lanka Vs. State Responsibility
Posted Date: 12/06/2017 (Monday)
The population of Sri Lanka is 20.97 million (2015) people. Some 1.84 million are migrant workers. The number of Dengue Fever affected individuals in 2015 was 29, 777. In 2016 it was 55, 154. Statistics for the first 5 months of 2017 show affected individuals to be 56,887! And the total number of dengue affected individuals is expected to rise to more than 136, 528. Following the above mentioned statistics, the simple mathematical
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News: 850,000 affected by drought in N/E- DMC
Posted Date: 11/06/2017 (Sunday)
While some 600,000 people had been hit by the recent floods and landslides in the South, a total of 849,752 individuals belonging to 243,683 families in eight districts in the north and east had been affected by the severe drought condition across the country, the Disaster Management Centre census revealed yesterday.
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News: Premier holds discussions with Commonwealth Secretary General in New York
Posted Date: 09/06/2017 (Friday)
Commonwealth Secretary General Patricia Scotland held discussions with Prime Minister Ranil Wickramasinghe today at the United Nations Permanent Representative Office in New York. At the meeting, the Premier and the Commonwealth Secretary General discussed ties between Commonwealth Countries and Sri Lanka and bilateral relationships at a deeper extent.
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News: A separate State, anyone?
Posted Date: 09/06/2017 (Friday)
Just before sitting down to write this morning (June 7, 2017), I received a notification on social media. It was about a panel discussion at the Public Library to be held later in the afternoon. The title was in Sinhala. It read as follows: ‘Let us defeat the Constitution, let us get rid of Ranil.’
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News: Sri Lanka defends decision to join China’s One Belt One Road project
Posted Date: 09/06/2017 (Friday)
Sri Lankan foreign minister Ravi Karunanayake on Wednesday defended his country’s move to join China’s controversial One Belt One Road (Obor) infrastructure initiative, stating that it was a considered decision taken on the basis of its foreign policy, whose motto is “friends with all and enemies with none.”
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News: Belgian born Sociologist François Houtart passes away
Posted Date: 09/06/2017 (Friday)
Belgian Marxist Sociologist Emeritus Professor François Houtart has passed away in Quito, the capital of Ecuador on Tuesday at the age of 92. Rev Fr Houtart's demise occurred while he was taking part in a conference on Eezham Tamils with German-based Viraj Mendis at Quito. Fr Houtart was one of the first world intellectuals to recognise the genocide on Eezham Tamils after the 2009 onslaught on Wanni. He chaired the People’s Tribunal on Sri Lanka, which was held in Dublin in 2010. The investigation process was finally concluded in December 2013 at Bremen in Germany with the findings that Eezham Tamils have been subjected to Genocide.
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Events: 2nd World Tamil Writers Conference - Chennai. 9,10,11-June2017
Posted Date: 09/06/2017 (Friday)
முத்தமிழ் பேரவை டி என் இராஜரத்தினம் கலையரங்கம். ராஜா அண்ணாமலைபுரம் (அடையா
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News: UNHRC resolution co-sponsored by SL debated in Parliament
Posted Date: 08/06/2017 (Thursday)
The resolution co-sponsored by Sri Lanka at the United Nations Human Rights Commission was taken up for debate on 6th June Parliament session. Minister Mangala Samaraweera said the resolution was co-sponsored for the betterment of the country and its future.
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Photos: World’s oldest Homo sapiens fossils found in Morocco
Posted Date: 08/06/2017 (Thursday)
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News: JO complains to EU of delayed local polls
Posted Date: 07/06/2017 (Wednesday)
The Joint Opposition has complained to the European Union of the government’s failure to hold local government elections. The complaint had been made when a delegation of Joint Opposition MPs led by its parliamentary group and MEP leader Dinesh Gunawardena met EU Ambassador to Sri Lanka Tung-Laï Margue on June 1, UPFA MP Sisira Jayakody told The Island yesterday.The Joint Opposition delegation also comprised MPs
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