Archive for September 10th, 2012

Reading Results the Night After

Monday, September 10th, 2012

By Gomin Dayasri  Public perception treats Provincial Elections with a passing tweet: Not so, it’s a worthy weathervane for a Presidential election. Numbers in the majority column speaks loud. Increased majorities for the government are nearly insurmountable bringing southern constituencies under a single party giant umbrella. UPFA strength lies in its ability to cut across […]

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Wrong Choice by Eastern Tamils to Cost Them the Chief Minister Post

Monday, September 10th, 2012

Dilrook Kannangara It was a needless election that was held more than a year in advance. Although the ruling UPFA won the North Central and Sabaragamuwa Provinces, the winner is less apparent in the Eastern Province. UPFA leads ITAK by just 1% or 6,217 votes. Without the two bonus seats, UPFA and ITAK would be […]

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Election results a disappointment to regime change activists

Monday, September 10th, 2012

P.A.Samaraweera, Melbourne During the last few weeks, because of the Provincial Council elections, regime change activists had been working round the clock doing propaganda. Some held meetings to promote ‘prospective leaders’ and others wrote articles about regime change, which they said is around the corner.   Then there is the Tamil diaspora pumping money into […]

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POLITICS SHOULD NOT BE CONFRONTATIONAL, BUT PARTICIPATORY. MUSLIMS IN THE EAST HAVE THEIR ISSUES TO SETTLE.

Monday, September 10th, 2012

By Noor Nizam – Canada, September 9th., 2012. The victory of the UPFA in the recent Eastern Provincial Council elections has to be given serious thought by the Muslim community. Though the UPFA has got 204000 votes and captured 14 seats, this does not mean that the UPFA is the governing body of the Eastern […]

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Iceland’s Population is Condemning the Consumption of Whale Meat by Tourist

Monday, September 10th, 2012

Press release-ProWal Nonprofit marine mammal environmental protection society Radolfzell/Reykjavik – September 10th 2012. – Bloodthirsty and insisting on their traditions – this is how the public envisioned the Icelandic people for many decades, when hearing news about the whale hunts in the Atlantic Ocean of this island-state. A lot has changed since then and the reality […]

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