Archive for August 1st, 2009

Is there management at “SRILANKAN” Flag Carrier & International Airport

Saturday, August 1st, 2009

Prof. Hudson McLean Two of my friends flew SRILANKAN airline from Frankfurt-Colombo on Wednesday 22nd July 2009 and had a disappointing story to tell. “There was no water in the plane, for coffee or in the toilet!” The crew were not the best in their professional capacity, with little or no service on-board. Upon arrival […]

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Man and Elephants

Saturday, August 1st, 2009

By Charles.S.Perera  In Sri Lanka the man and elephant had a close relationship, from the very ancient times. The domesticated wild elephants were captured by man in elephant kraals and tamed. Separated from their herd-mates these poor beasts, like the healthy African youth captured by European slave merchants and sold in slave markets, slaved for […]

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Black is Black. And the American “NIGGER” Lives on!

Saturday, August 1st, 2009

Prof. Hudson McLean The “Beer Summit” held by President Barack Obama, attended by VP Jim Biden with “Cop & Robber(?)”, the police officer  Sgt. James Crowley, a well-regarded white patrolman in the college town of Cambridge, Massachusetts and the  professor African-American black scholar Henry Louis Gates of Harvard University, did not lighten the heat but […]

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Reconciliation on hold in Sri Lanka – Letter sent to the National Post, Canada for publication

Saturday, August 1st, 2009

Jeanne Jayasinghe   Australia Dear Kelly McParland,  The National Post has been one of the few papers in the western world that has shown consistent balance when it came to reporting on the terrorist activities of the Tamil Tigers in Sri Lanka and Canada. The National Post and one of its journalists, Stewart Bell, has had […]

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Traitors committing a treacherous act

Saturday, August 1st, 2009

Ben Silva Traitors committing a treacherous act by implementing an illegal and  fraudulent agreement to please foreign masters    Ben Silva Justice and fair play should be for all Sri Lankans. We should attempt to make the Sri Lankan society, inclusive rather than create tribal areas and promote racism. The 13th amendment creates tribal areas and […]

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SRI LANKA IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS: LANKA TRADE MISSION COMPLETES SUCCESSFUL VISIT TO UNITED STATES

Saturday, August 1st, 2009

Embassy of Sri Lanka Washington DC USA Efforts by the Board of Investment and the Sri Lankan Embassy in Washington DC generate unprecedented response from the US private sector Generating an unprecedented scale of response from the private sector entrepreneurs in the United States (US), a major investment promotional drive launched across four major cities […]

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Mahinda as “Maharajaneni”: Constant lickers and variable arses

Saturday, August 1st, 2009

by S.L. Gunasekara Servility and self serving sycophancy are not unknown to poor Sri Lanka: on the contrary, the Country, most regrettably, abounds with it. However, never till now have we had the misfortune to witness the horrible spectacle of a pack of sniveling sycophants in political office of various types with unconcealed ambitions to […]

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The Political Problem

Saturday, August 1st, 2009

Ananda De Costa A political solution is not required for the hypothetical “ethnic conflict” created by western invaders. Sri Lanka has shown that the simple universally accepted rule of “catch the criminals and punish” worked for thousands of years still works. But we have not yet punished those who masterminded and fuelled this cruel, barbaric […]

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A Bitter Fruit

Saturday, August 1st, 2009

ALI SUKHANVER The people of the South Asian countries are never worried about their present; they are anxious about their future and frightened of their Past. The situation is more horrid in the countries like India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Pakistan. According to a research report, published a few years back, people in these countries […]

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