Archive for December 3rd, 2009

Archbishop of Colombo Malcolm Ranjith speaks

Thursday, December 3rd, 2009

Asoka Weerasinghe Kings Grove Crescent . Gloucester . Ontario.  Canada December 3, 2009 Archbishop Malcolm Ranjith   Archdiocese of Colombo Colombo, Sri Lanka  The Most Reverend Sir: I have just read your comment in yesterday’s  ZENIT, The World seen from Rome, which said, “After the Sri Lankan government’s decision to send refugees home, the  archbishop of Colombo […]

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SHAMELESS GENERAL vs PRESIDENT

Thursday, December 3rd, 2009

RANJIT WICKREMERATNE If not for the current President there wont be any one called General Sarath Fonseka that of course everyone knows for sure. First of all he should thank the President for keep him in the services and appoint him as the army commander and giving him all the necessary support and equipment to […]

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CAN THE MUSLIMS OF THE NORTH, NORTH EASTERN, AND EASTERN REGIONS SUFFER BECAUSE OF THE REALISTIC POLITICAL DEFAULT OF OUR LEADERS?

Thursday, December 3rd, 2009

By Noor Nizam , Sri Lanka Peace Activist, Political Activist and Freelance journalist, Canada , 3rdt., December 2009. It was shocking to see Hon. Rauf Hakeem,  on the TV screen making a statement  that the victory of General (retired) Sarath Fonseka, was a foregone assurance as a result of the Muslim votes in the North […]

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NEW AFGHAN POLICY

Thursday, December 3rd, 2009

ALI SUKHANVER Subjected to the law and order conditions in the coming years, the US authorities have decided to begin the withdrawal of their forces from Afghanistan by the mid of 2011.This news might have been a ray of hope and happiness for the distressed people of the region if it were not accompanied by […]

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QUITTING AFGHANISTAN – STRATEGY SANS STRATAGEMS NEEDED

Thursday, December 3rd, 2009

By: Bassam Javed The Obama Administration in the United States is currently engaged in rethinking and formulating a fresh Afghan strategy aimed at securing an exit from Afghanistan without loss of face and with at least a modicum of dignity and honour. As far as meeting the projected requirement of his top commander’s recommendation for […]

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Dalit’s Rights and Indian Hypocrisy

Thursday, December 3rd, 2009

Written by: Fatima Syed  The United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) proposes to equate all discrimination on the basis of caste, occupation and descent as violation of Human rights and also deliberated on the recognition of caste as race. Nearly 200 million people all over the world are victims of such discrimination of which more […]

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