Archive for December 22nd, 2009

Fonseka and Ranil deserve each other

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

H. L. D. Mahindapala Never in the annals of military warfare has an army commander led his forces successfully against the enemy and then turned around and fired indiscriminately on his own forces. But Sarath Fonseka, whose chest is overloaded with medals earned by the blood and sweat of his foot soldiers, will be remembered […]

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Nadesan, Pulidevan and Ramesh were terrorists

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

Malin Abeyatunge Sarath Fonseka’s most devastating statement saying that Defence Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa illegally ordered Major-General Shavendra Silva to kill LTTE cadres who wished to surrender, has given ample ammunition to the western block of the international community. Following it, the UN has already started to probe his statement seeking clarification from SLUN Representative in […]

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AN OPEN CAUTIONARY LETTER TO SARATH FONSEKA -BEST REMAINING SERVICE SARATH FONSEKA CAN DO TO THE NATION TODAY

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

Shripal Nishshanka Dear Sarath Fonseka, You can boast till you die that you are the sole owner of the victory of eradicating the brutal terrorism from my motherland Sri Lanka. You were definitely a ‘Part’ of it, no doubt, but now your part of participation in that historical victory has been nullified, diminished and destroyed […]

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UN probe into possible war crimes

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

Dr.P.A.Samaraweera, Australia In an interview to the Sunday leader (13 Dec.) Gen. (Retd.) Fonseka had alleged that 3 LTTE leaders who came to surrender with white flags during the final stages were shot dead by ground troops and this had now led to a UN probe.  Based on Gen. Fonseka’s allegation against the heroic forces […]

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IT IS TIME TO ACT

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

Janaki Chandraratna, Western Australia The forthcoming Presidential election in recent times has unearthed a heavy load of sludge and morass as expected. The allegations and slander broadcast in the media are patently bewildering to the unsuspecting electorate. The opposition candidate’s (SF’s) actions and utterances are more akin to that of a chameleon rather than a […]

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OVER MY DEAD BODY

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

Ranjit Wickremeratne Not even six months passed after the liberation of our motherland the murderous LTTE is trying again to raise their ugly head with the help of our Sinhala traitors. Can we allow as a free nation these ruthless killers or their Sinhala cowards to take our freedom back? While Tamil diaspora make so […]

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OPEN LETTER TO UNO GENERAL SECRETARY BANKY MOON -UNO MUST BE FAIR AND RESPONSIBLE

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

BY STANLEY PERERA FROM MELBOURNE UNO representative in Colombo. Please ensure that this open letter is delivered to General Secretary Banky Moon. Dear Sir, The UNO is calling for an explanation from Sri Lanka on a statement made by the retired army commander Sarath Fonseka regarding the killing of three hard core Tamil Tiger LTTE […]

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Drone’s Phobia & Obama’s Strategy

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

I A Khanzada President Barack Obama has finally announced his long-awaited new US strategy on Afghanistan after extensive consultations with his advisers: some wanted to increase 30,000 additional troops so that they could concentrate their effort in the south and southeast, in the provinces that border Pakistan, while others advocated at concentrating on the strongholds […]

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Combating Terrorism

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

By Alam Rind There is no doubt about the fact that we are at war. A war which is no more confined to borders rather it has altered its form to accommodate fragile nuclear hangover prevailing in the Sub-continent. In this war soldiers, civilians, women and children are being targeted by terrorists with out any […]

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Pak-India Dialogue: The Third Party Window

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

Momin Iftikhar There is no force so powerful as an idea whose time has come “”…” Victor Hugo Notwithstanding the fact that Simla Agreement makes no concession to India on the issue of Kashmir nor compromises Pakistan’s Kashmir stance based on UN resolutions, the Indian obsessive insistence on “ƒ”¹…”bilateralism’ has become a major stumbling block […]

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