Archive for June 10th, 2010

THE FRIENDS AND ENEMIES OF SRI LANKA

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

By  Lt Col. (Retd) Anil Amarasekera After nearly three decades people in this country took to the streets to see the Vesak decorations sans any fear of possible terrorist attacks in crowded places.  The people were at last free to move about as they pleased and the enjoyment of such freedom of movement was made […]

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War Crimes in Sri Lanka – Asia Report 191 0f May 17, 2010

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

Mahinda Gunasekera By E-mail Madam Louise Arbour President & CEO International Crisis Group Brussels, Belgium  Dear Madam Louise Arbour,  War Crimes in Sri Lanka “”…” Asia Report 191 0f May 17, 2010  I read the above report authored by your organization which is full of assumptions and lacking reliable evidence and specificity.  I was amazed […]

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In Recognition Of “Cassandra”‘s Very Perceptive Recent Comments On Ret.Gen. Sarath Fonseka.

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

In Retrospect By Sarath Kumara June 10th,2010  There has been a very appropriate response by the writer under pseudonym “Cassandra” to the recent item ~ “Is Sarath Fonseka Touting Capital Punishment In Addition To The Court Martial…” which needs to be highlighted and acolladed as a brilliant analysis by a very perceptive observer under the pseudonym […]

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Dirty Tricks of Daily Mirror EXPOSED!

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

Kumar Moses  It is no secret Daily Mirror is Ranil’s mother’s newspaper. DR Wijewardena’s (Ranil’s grandfather) media empire continued in the hands of Edmond Wickramasinghe (Ranil’s father) and from there it went to the children and Edmond’s wife Nalini. This is a clear case of how media freedom meant for the consumption of the masses […]

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Lee Kuan Yew rewrites Sri Lankan HISTORY!

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

Ananda De Costa Lee Kuan Yew’s latest’s comments on Sri Lanka are outrageous, racist and inaccurate by any standard. Recently he said, “Another example is Sri Lanka. It is not a happy, united country. Yes, they [the majority Sinhalese government] have beaten the Tamil Tigers this time, but the Sinhalese who are less capable are […]

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Kuldip Nayar got his wires crossed.

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

Herold Leelawardena Kuldip Nayar is known to be great journalist and a pundit. No matter how erudite he is; I think he has got his wires crossed with regards to his opinion on Tamil aspirations. In a write-up that appeared in transcurrent.com dateline 30th may 2010, Nayar inter alia insisted that India should have imposed Federalism […]

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Psychological aspects of the Jathaka Stories

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

By Dr. Ruwan M. Jayatunge Stories are part of a human environment. Human beings have probably been telling stories since the very early days of our civilisation. Buddhist Jathaka stories are unique. The Jataka stories are a voluminous body of folklore concerned with previous births of the Buddha, which is based as a collection of […]

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Interview with Ms. Tamara Kunanayakam, Ambassador of Sri Lanka to Cuba

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

This is an English translation of Ambassador Gunanayagam’s Interview to the Venezeula newspaper “Correo del Orinoco”) 1. You are Sri Lanka’s Ambassador to Cuba. What brought you to Caracas?  Our attention was drawn to the active presence in Caracas of a  delegation representing Canadian HART meeting Government authorities  making false, fabricated and defamatory accusations against […]

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Letter to the Editor – The first family has to set exemplary trends

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

By Dr. Mrs. Mareena Thaha Reffai Dehiwela. Irrespective of the party once may belong to, once  a President is selected he becomes the president of ALL  citizens of the country. This way people look up to the family in some way and hope they will set the trend. Specially for the youngsters, they should set […]

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The Ahmadiyya Position.Ahmedi teachings prohibit protests, demonstrations, industrial strikes and agitations

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

Dr. Ifthikhar Ahmad Ayaz, OBE 1.(Officer of the Excellent Order of the British Empire) 2. Consul General of Tuvalu Island in the United Kingdom 3. Senator World Nations Congress 4. Ambassador of Peace appointed Universal Peace Foundation 5. Recipient of International Peace Prize 6. Member UN Human Rights Council Committee in the Rights of     […]

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