Archive for May 18th, 2012

Mere Quirks or Superhuman Intelligence that Changed the Outcome of the War

Friday, May 18th, 2012

Kumar Moses The decision to write down the victorious war (2005-2009) in annals of history is a very insightful move. Ancestors kept many historical accounts of how repeated South Indian (mainly Tamil) invasions were repulsed. Heroic accounts of ancestors are detailed and descriptive. They help boost confidence in a military solution to similar problems. All […]

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VILLAGE SKETCH—16, SISTER AND I: GETTING (CASHEW) NUTTY

Friday, May 18th, 2012

Arcadius It is Bak, the first month of the Sinhala/Buddhist lunar calendar, according to which each month begins on the Poya (full-moon) Day.  Yet another day is about to break, and a throaty cockerel makes this break known with a well audible cock-a-doodle-doo. Although I am still asleep, I can hear mother say, “Get up […]

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“Regional Consultation on Welfare And protection of Migrant Workers”

Friday, May 18th, 2012

Sarath Wijesinghe  – Ambassador United Arab Emirates This is an important and ground-breaking event organised by the Ministry of Employment and Welfare and Ministry of External Affairs supported by the International Organisation on 13th to 16th at Amman Jordan. The significance and the importance of this exercise is far reaching and of immense help to […]

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LTTE Youth FROM Toronto Universities vandalizing Provincial and City Property

Friday, May 18th, 2012

NEWS RELEASE: Concerned Canadians have started lets keep Toronto, CANADA Clean project as Radical youth has been posting LTTE propaganda “Project Rajapaksa stickers” in Prohibited city of Toronto subway stations, Ontario Provincial property and University/College premises. This was started by the York University Tamil Student Association along with York University Indian cultural Association and similar Tamil Student groups who are brainwashed by LTTE groups in Greater […]

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Peace: whose business is it anyway?

Friday, May 18th, 2012

Written by  The Nation It has been reported that US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton and Indian Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh have “ƒ”¹…”agreed to work closely in expediting the Sri Lankan peace process (sic)’.  That “ƒ”¹…”decision’ had been taken when the former visited the latter in New Delhi on Tuesday. Interesting First of all, […]

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U.K. MPS SAY KUDANKULAM IS DANGEROUS AS IT IS IN A TSUNAMI AND EARTH QUAKE PRONE AREA

Friday, May 18th, 2012

By Walter Jayawardhana British and European parliamentarians said in a letter to Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singhe that they are deeply concerned about Tamil Nadu’s Kudankulam nuclear power plant as it is located in a an earth-quake and tsunami prone area, factors that push accidents .  The power plant , they argued ,”violates” the International Atomic […]

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