Archive for July 16th, 2013

Do Western Delegations to Sri Lanka come to see progress and development after terrorism, or confirm their prejudices against Sri Lanka ?

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

By Charles.S.Perera It was announced that an European Union Parliamentary delegation led by Jean Lambert has arrived in  Sri Lanka on an Official visit.   It will meet with the Government, the opposition and other groups during their stay which is due to last one week.  Jean Lambert is the Chairperson of the EU Delegation for […]

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An appeal to the Minister of Defence and Secretary of Defence on “Sritharan foiling army from raping 200 Tamil girls”

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

Asada M Erpini The Island carried a statement on 15 July attributed to Sivagnanam Sritharan, Jaffna District Tamil National Alliance (TNA) MP, that he foiled the attempt by the army to rape 200 Tamil speaking girls demands immediate action. No country has ever witnessed a rescue operation of civilians “”…” that included Tamil girls “”…” […]

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Crimes against women and children of Sri Lanka

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

Michelle Alexander There is an alarming increase of crimes against women and children in Sri Lanka. It is believed that a woman is raped every 90 minutes, and 3-5 children are raped daily. It is indeed sickening to read regular articles of rapes and abuses committed by MPs, principals, teachers, officers, clergy, ordinary citizens, et […]

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Will Americans continue to allow its politicians to get away with murder and war crimes?

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

Shenali D Waduge Ignorance rarely leads to happy endings. One cannot but wonder whether American politicians would have gotten away with what they have done had the American polity been more politically aware of what was going on around them both at home and abroad. Has it not been the ability of America’s politicians to […]

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I cannot vote for this Bill-Gamani-The speech GJ could not make

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

The late Gamani Jayasuriya, one-time UNP minister, who died two Saturdays ago, opposed the Indo-Lanka Accord as he perceived it to be detrimental to Sri Lanka’s national interest. The late Gamani Jayasuriya, one-time UNP minister, who died two Saturdays ago, opposed the Indo-Lanka Accord as he perceived it to be detrimental to Sri Lanka’s national […]

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Life Abroad –Part 34 MIGRANT PASSPORT TEST – ‘LIFE IN THE UK’

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

Dr. Tilak Fernando How many British born in the UK will be able to say confidently in which year Emperor Claudius invaded their country?  Did King Henry VIII create The Church of England?    Which scientist named the return of a comet after his name?  Was it Isaac Newton, Richard Arkwright, Samuel Pepys or Edmond Halley”¦. […]

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