Archive for June 8th, 2009

Our priority is reconstruction, reintegration and rehabilitation in post-conflict phase: Mohan Peiris, Attorney-General

Monday, June 8th, 2009

The Permanent Mission of Sri Lanka to the United Nations Office at Geneva Monday, 08 June 2009 The Right of Reply exercised by Hon. Mohan Peiris, President’s Counsel, and Attorney-General of Sri Lanka during the general debate under agenda item 4 of the UN Human Rights Council Mr. President, Sri Lanka has taken serious note […]

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SANGAREE ASKS LTTE PROXY PARTY TNA WHAT ALLIANCE WITH A GROUP WHO KEPT MUM WHEN 8000 GCE O LEVEL STUDENTS WERE DRAGGED AWAY TO BECOME CHILD SOLDIERS

Monday, June 8th, 2009

By Walter Jayawardhana The Democratic Tamil National Alliance led by the Tamil United Liberation Front accused the LTTE proxy party Tamil National Alliance (TNA) of keeping mum when the LTTE forcibly took away 8000 students for military training after they sat for the GCE Ordinary level examination.  Sangaree in a statement said , “Some of […]

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AN EXPOSURE OF PERFIDY AGAINST SRI LANKA

Monday, June 8th, 2009

Y. Gumperaliya Who are the Sri LankanTamils: The Tamils in Sri Lanka and the Sinhalese are celebrating the demise of the fascist terrorist leader Prabahakaran while the Tamil diaspora abroad are weeping and angry. I wonder why? What the international groups are unaware is there are different groups of Tamils – the Jaffna Tamils (Vellalas) […]

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SRI LANKAN WOMAN FOUND STRANGULATED IN LONDON PARK IS A VICTIM OF A DANGEROUS SERIAL RAPIST

Monday, June 8th, 2009

By Walter Jayawardhana The Scotland Yard said Michelle Samaraweera, the 35 year old Sri Lankan woman who most probably met her insensate killer at the dead of night on a London Street was a victim of a dangerous serial rapist.  Detective Chief Inspector Caroline Goode of the Homicide and Serious Crime Command of London’s Metropolitan […]

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NIRANJAN DEVADITHYA RE-ELECTED TO EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT

Monday, June 8th, 2009

By Walter Jayawardhana Niranjan Devaadithya who is also known as Nirj Deva has been reelected to the European Parliament from the South East of the United Kingdom. He kept his seat, according to results issued on Sunday with the other three Conservative Members in an election which became very disastrous for the ruling Labour Party […]

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To: Ban Ky-Moon

Monday, June 8th, 2009

Mario Perera, Kadawata   The office you were called to hold Is not for those who favours seek Its meant for people strong and bold No place there for the weak and meek   The post which holds out bounteous hope To the suffering and the needy As livelong they through tunnels grope With nothing […]

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Is 13th Amendment to the Constitution practicable?

Monday, June 8th, 2009

By S. Akurugoda, Melbourne, Australia At his last official press briefing at the Ministry of Justice last week, outgoing Chief Justice Sarath Nanda Silva described that the 13th Amendment to the Constitution as ill-conceived and hurriedly pieced together by picking bits and pieces of the Indian Constitution in keeping with the Indo-Lanka Accord and hence […]

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Families of Fallen Heroes Equally or More Important than Celebrations and IDPs

Monday, June 8th, 2009

Dilrook Kannangara The hot topics today are IDPs and celebrations. However, IDPs are alive today because of the heroics of our soldiers. The same goes for celebrations. When colossal sums of money spent on these two, it is imperative to give equal or even more significance to the welfare of families of fallen and disabled […]

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Sri Lanka – Your Goal to Investigate

Monday, June 8th, 2009

Ira de Silva  Ontario, Canada Ms. Navanetham Pillay United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Geneva, Switzerland Dear Madam, I have written to you already regarding your vindictiveness towards Sri Lanka. As a Tamil from South Africa you probably feel that you can use your current position to continue to harrass Sri Lanka after the […]

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THE RESETTLEMENT ISSUES IN THE NORTHERN AND EASTERN PROVINCES

Monday, June 8th, 2009

By Lt Col (Retd) Anil Amarasekera.    “Tamil Tigers are among the most dangerous and deadly extremists in the world. For more than three decades, the group has launched a campaign of violence and bloodshed in Sri Lanka, the island republic off the southern coast of India.” said a report of The Federal Bureau of […]

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Sri Lankan Monk leaves Meditation Retreat to help Refugees

Monday, June 8th, 2009

By Ven Y. Wimala Vavuniya, Sri Lanka – When I arrived in Sri Lanka just days ago, the national flag was flying everywhere. Everyone I spoke with was happy that the war has finally ended. Incredibly, I noticed fewer road blocks and less military presence on the streets than before. It took a while for […]

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