Archive for August 28th, 2009

THREE UNDERWORLD FIGURES DIE IN A SHOOT OUT BETWEEN POLICE AND ALLEGED UNDERWORLD FIGURES IN CENTRAL COLOMBO

Friday, August 28th, 2009

By Walter Jayawardhana A shoot out between a notorious underworld group and the Special Task Force of the Police in the wee hours of yesterday killed the group’s leader and two other members in the capital city of Colombo. STF sources said,the leader Faji and two of his accomplices Toji and Sadique were killed in […]

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Some suggestions for SLAF

Friday, August 28th, 2009

Ben Silva I am referring to the article that appeared in Amarasara with the above title: ref:   Our Air Force, if they are engaging in commercial operations, then  they are doing the right thing. If the air force is complying with regulations, then they are operating in a legal manner and are qualified to carry […]

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ARE WE DOING ALL THE RIGHT THINGS? I THINK NOT

Friday, August 28th, 2009

By Ian For many of us we have won the war. But for me we have won a crucial battle of the war and the end of the war is yet to come. The “ƒ”¹…”war’ for separation that started in the 1920’s created division amongst its people and destabilized a country that had highest per […]

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Channel 4 News-Video Alleging War Crimes in Sri Lanka

Friday, August 28th, 2009

Ira de Silva London, Canada Chief Executive Channel 4 P.O.Box 1058 Belfast BT 1 9DU   Dear Sir:   Re Channel 4 News Broadcast – Is this Evidence of Sri Lankan War Crimes?   I refer you to the video that is now being broadcast throughout the world. The very fact the question is asked […]

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Playing politics with IDP issue

Friday, August 28th, 2009

Editorial, Island 29th August 2009 The number of those shedding crocodile tears for the war displaced is on the rise. Captains of the Victim Industry are not alone in the game of marketing human suffering. They have not yet accounted for the funds they spent purportedly on various humanitarian projects in the conflict zone. Nothing […]

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New nominations as Heads of Missions

Friday, August 28th, 2009

Media Release Ministry of Foreign Affairs Colombo Mr. Romesh Jayasinghe, a senior Foreign Service Officer who is currently the High Commissioner for Sri Lanka in New Delhi has been appointed by H. E. the President as the new Foreign Secretary with effect from 1st October 2009. Mr. Jayasinghe will succeed Dr. Palitha Kohona, the current Foreign […]

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