Archive for August 24th, 2009

America took nearly one year to free Japanese-Americans after the WW II Irrefutable facts about Internee Camps in U.S.

Monday, August 24th, 2009

By Bandu de Silva The administration of any country trying to throw stones at others should look at skeletons in its own cupboards before speaking out. The United States of America, perhaps, with its three century old record, is the last country that could open its mouths about human rights or humanitarian considerations. We are […]

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USA & Britain- Superpowers or Warlords!

Monday, August 24th, 2009

By Garvin Karunaratne Ph.D.(Michigan State University) Formerly of the Administrative Service of Sri Lanka Not a day passes by without a dictate from the International  Super-Warlords. They have now to be called Warlords because now they have become dubious, are contradicting themselves and no longer uphold either democracy or human rights. They only know to […]

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Human Rights Watch, should help ethnic communities in America , and President Obama’s social plans for America’s poor.

Monday, August 24th, 2009

By Charles.S.Perera Human Rights Watch is Active Again. This is the vacation period and no wonder the Human Rights Globe trotters are looking out for vacations abroad. Human rights is their “gain pain” “”…” their job. If there is no ethnic problem some where in the world specially in a place like Sri Lanka a […]

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The United States Need Reconciliation with the Muslims to Achieve Peace

Monday, August 24th, 2009

S. Hewage As all indications point to a dramatic failure of the Anglo-American hegemony around the world in the 21st century, the Anglo-American politicians seem frustrated and agonized by the increasingly violent resistant to occupying forces by the Iraqi and Afghan people. In an attempt to divert international attention away from this stark reality, the […]

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Calls For Caution Towards Presidential Safety Very Justifiable as The Dangers To His Safety Could Be Very Real!

Monday, August 24th, 2009

Insight By Sunil Kumar August 25th 2009 There seem to be a spate of opinions about the adverse effects that will prevail on the Nation by the unthinkable displacement through violent means of President Rajapaksha so much so that it probably needs to be put into proper perspective.Hopefully it is the brainchild of paranoia but […]

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Sri Lanka has great potential for enhancement of business and commercial ties, says the Foreign Minister Bogollagama

Monday, August 24th, 2009

Media Release Public Communications Division Ministry of Foreign Affairs Colombo Foreign Minister Rohitha Bogollagama stated that Sri Lanka is the hub of the Asian Region and Kenya is the hub of African region and that both the countries have a great potential to enhance their commercial and business ties and also develop their economies. This […]

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Govt. tells off nosy diplomats

Monday, August 24th, 2009

By Vindya Amaranayake Courtesy The Nation (Sri Lanka) Responding to accusations of undue delays made by representatives from several Western countries, a senior governmental spokesman said yesterday that unless complete safety in the former conflict areas is ensured, the government will not hasten to resettle civilians. “Resettling civilians in a former conflict zone cannot and […]

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ඉන්දු-ශ්‍රී ලංකා ගිවිසුම අප පිළිගත යුතු ද? මෙය කොන්ත්‍රාත්තුවක් වශයෙන් බැඳීමක් ඇති ගිවිසුමක් ද?