Archive for February 15th, 2012

Concern of UN High Commissioner for Human Rights at Major General Shavendra Silva’s appointment to a UN advisory panel

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

Asada M Erpini The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, the lady from South Africa who is not known to get fatigued at attacking the peace-loving Sri Lanka and whose connections to South Africa “”…” the land of the Zulus, Xhosa, Swazi, and Ndebele, Sotho””…”Tswana, Venda, Lemba, and Shangaan–Tsonga “”…” span only a relatively short […]

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Navineetham Pillay’s services as the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights should be terminated for being a racially prejudiced person.

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

By Charles.S.Perera Navineetham Pillay a Tamil, has already taken her stand on the issue with regard to Sri Lanka Tamil terrorists, and therefore she cannot be objective, and cannot act as an Independent Commissioner of  the UN Human Rights Commission. When I recently read in an article that, «”¦”¦.. Navi Pillai, “¦.started a “Tamil EELAM […]

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A ‘Jekyll And Hyde’ Side To Robert ‘O’ Blake And The Diabolical Intent Of The TNA Exposed!

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

Insight By Sunil Kumar February 17th  2012  In   September 2012 U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Mr. Robert O Blake  making an official visit to visit to Sri Lanka and undertaking a fact finding tour of the Northern Province then commended the work being done by the Government of Sri Lanka to uplift the living standards […]

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How could the US be so wrong,

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

Ananda US It is indeed heartening to see a bipartisan request, by both Republicans and Democrats, to review the current US Foreign Policy against Sri Lanka to one that recognizes Sri Lanka’s drive to secure the nation and bring peace and prosperity to all of its people irrespective of community, the Sri Lankan way “¦ […]

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Police powers under the 13th Amendment: A rare example

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

by C. Wijeyawickrema Leo Perera’s summary essay “ƒ”¹…”The 13th Amendment to the Constitution “”…”””…” Devolution of Public Order and exercise of Police powers “”…”””…” Indo-Lanka Accord has no such requirement’ (The Island News paper, 6/10/2009) explaining (1) the conflict between 13-A and 17-A, and (2) the failed past attempts during the colonial times (1892-1905) to […]

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Russian Buddhist Exhibition Opens in India

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

Russkiy Mir Foundation Information Service An exhibition devoted to the history of Buddhism in Russia has opened in India’s capital New Delhi, Voice of Russia reports. The exhibition mainly displays photos, both old and present-day, of Buddhist monasteries located in those regions of Russia which are populated mainly by Buddhists “”…” Kalmykia, Buryaia, Tuva, Altai […]

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