Archive for October 22nd, 2012

Abolition of the 13th Amendment, only way to get over the current, Political, Economic, Social, before it gets more complicated.

Monday, October 22nd, 2012

Dr Sudath Gunasekara (SLAS) Former Ministry Secretary and President Mahanuwara Senior Citizens Movement 20.10,2012. It is also the the best way to avoid confrontation with the Judiciary and get through the Divineguma Bill and minimize external interference and security threats. Provincial  Councils   In my opinion the Provincial Council system created under the 13th A […]

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Bill of rights for peace or devolution for future separation?

Monday, October 22nd, 2012

By Damien Devolution of power will only benefit the politicians and the separatists. Tamilnadu (with federal system) is a living example of political elite becoming super rich while the masses remain poor and helpless. The masses are not keen on devolution. They do not get anything by it. They are only keen on been treated […]

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Whose problem is Sri Lanka to solve – Sri Lankan Tamils or All Tamils

Monday, October 22nd, 2012

 Shenali Waduge A country of 20m people, a majority of close to 15m people (the Sinhalese) is into its 3rd year having militarily eliminated 30 years of LTTE terrorism. What has confused matters is the manner in which elected Tamil leaders have claimed that the LTTE terrorist demands and those of the Tamil people are […]

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Need no referendum to abolish 13 A!

Monday, October 22nd, 2012

By citizen mahinda “13 A is nothing other than a panacea to the sectors with vital interests of divisive politics and other ulterior motives behind, the former is an ideal catalyst and a perfect candidate to the latter.” While appreciating and hailing the commendable, courageous call from Defense Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapakshe to abolish the 13A, […]

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“Sri Lanka has not honoured commitments made to India” – TNA Leader

Monday, October 22nd, 2012

 Asada M Erpini The latest in the series of anti-Sri Lanka statements and pronouncements by the Leader of the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) is that Sri Lanka has not honoured its commitments made to India and the international community vis-ƒÆ’†’ -vis the 13th Amendment, according to media reports on 22 October.  The whole world knows, although […]

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Freedom of expression is not freedom of the ass;A lesson from the non-Western countries to the complacent West and its Tamil immigrants

Monday, October 22nd, 2012

Asada M Erpini Sri Lanka President was invited by the Oxford Union for an address in December 2010, but because of the threats of the Tamil extremists, the organisers cancelled the event. When he went for the Commonwealth Economic Forum in June 2012, again in London, the scheduled speech at the event was cancelled amid […]

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Shell Shock to Palali Syndrome

Monday, October 22nd, 2012

Dr. Ruwan M Jayatunge  In war, there are no unwounded soldiers – Jose Narosky Palali is a well-known area in the Jaffna Peninsula in the Northern Sri Lanka. Palali has an important airport that serves as the main lifeline in the North. A large number of soldiers travel to the Northern Peninsula through the Palali Airbase. During the Eelam War, Palali Air Base […]

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Shouldn’t TAMIL EELAAM be in TAMIL NADU? -Raj Sivanathan’s reply to Shenali

Monday, October 22nd, 2012

Raj Sivanathan Melbourne -Australia One ethnic group cannot demand several mono-ethnic-homelands in different continents and countries “”…” this is likely to create an ugly precedence globally. This type of article or any comment similar to this is not going to educate anybody but will create more racism in our society. Therefore Shenali and others should […]

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Balochistan’s Dilemma

Monday, October 22nd, 2012

PROFESSOR ALI SUKHANVER  A sense of insecurity, a feeling of deprivation and a scenario coloured with dejection; what else the people of Balochistan have in their life. Countless targeted killings mingled with a continuous series of missing persons have added more miseries to the lives of the Baloch people. The situation is neither encouraging nor […]

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Fitch Revises Sanasa Development Bank’s Outlook to Positive; Affirms at ‘BB+(lka)’

Monday, October 22nd, 2012

Fitch Ratings Lanka Limited Colombo 01, Sri Lanka Fitch Ratings-Colombo/Seoul/Singapore-22 October 2012: Fitch Ratings Lanka has revised Sanasa Development Bank’s (SDB) Outlook to Positive from Stable. The agency has simultaneously affirmed SDB’s National Long-Term Rating at ‘BB+(lka)’. The revision of the Outlook reflects SDB’s improved credit metrics, which are now more in line with those […]

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