Archive for September 30th, 2009

UNO is an anachronism, and does not serve any more the purpose for which it was established.

Wednesday, September 30th, 2009

By Charles.S.Perera United Nations Organisation “had been ” a symbol of equality and Unity of  Nations of the World. But to-day the UN does not symbolise  either  the Unity or the equality of Nations.  The developed countries dominate the World Forum and the Chief Executive the Secretary General  of the UNO  is only a ” […]

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A Requirements Based University Admissions Policy Needed

Wednesday, September 30th, 2009

Dilrook Kannangara Sri Lanka’s university admission policy has always been mired in one controversy after another. On top of that the university system is in total disarray as the Minister of Higher Education stated in parliament. Thirdly, it is a well known fact that there is a dangerous subculture in universities. These suboptimal systems have […]

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Dr D.S. Bandarage – Father of Modern Management in Sri Lanka – Died 3 months ago to this day, 1 August 2009

Wednesday, September 30th, 2009

J M Kumarasinghe It was very pleasing for me to attend a function where the Institute of Personnel Management in Sri Lanka (IPM) felicitated  it’s greatest son, Dr D S Bandarage, at a special ceremony held three years ago, in the auspices of Mr N Cabral, Secretary to the Ministry of Plan Implementation and Governor […]

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Peace Process and 26/11

Wednesday, September 30th, 2009

A.Siddique Ever since the coming down of the WTC twin towers in New York on September Eleven 2001, terrorism has acquired the status of a regulatory tap that India has compulsively employed to control the ebb and flow of Indo Pak bilateral relations. The strategy has served them well and even after passage of nine […]

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A BAD SMELLING KISS

Wednesday, September 30th, 2009

ALI SUKHANVER  The writer is a Pakistan based bilingual analyst on national and international strategic and defense affairs. Obscurity generates fear; disinformation disables best of our abilities; darkness crushes the very inside of us; nights could be pleasing but for a very short chunk of time. That is why most of the people keep on […]

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Justice and Law Reforms Minister meets his Dutch Counterpart

Wednesday, September 30th, 2009

Press Release Media Sec for Minister of Justice and Law Reforms Milinda Moragoda Minister of Justice and Law Reforms of Sri Lanka met with Minister of Justice of The Netherlands, E.M.H. Hirsch Ballin at the Ministry of Justice in The Hague. This meeting was part of an initiative to establish close cooperation between the two […]

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