Archive for July 18th, 2013

Is Wigneswaram fit to be Chief Minister of Tamils?

Thursday, July 18th, 2013

H. L. D. Mahindapala  The effusiveness with which the pro-separatist/13A lobby has hailed former Judge C. V. Wigneswaran as the next rising star for the salvation of  Tamils is too premature. Knowing  the twists and turns that politics take in Sri Lankan politics only a fool or a knave would dare to predict the outcome […]

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When will Wigneswaran call for the UDI?

Thursday, July 18th, 2013

Chanaka Bandarage – Sri Lanka Support Group, Australia After its triumphant win on 7 September 2013, Wigneswaran, the new NPC Chief Minister, will not wait for too long to call for an UDI (Unilateral Declaration of Independence). It is expected that TNA will gain more than 75% of the vote at the forthcoming election.  TNA […]

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S. L. Gunasekara on Justice C.V.Wigneswaran in the Island of 2001/04/01

Thursday, July 18th, 2013

by S. L. Gunasekara President, Sinhala Jathika Sangamaya While the Sinhala Jathika Sangamaya is loath to contradict or challenge the factual accuracy of the contents of a speech made by a judge of our Supreme Court at a sitting of that court, it is compelled to do so in respect of several statements that were […]

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Contentious Column Carries Rhetoric Of Worthless Disposition Which At Times Sounds Seditious!

Thursday, July 18th, 2013

Insight By Sunil Kumar July19 th 2013 The DBS Jeyraj Column’s item~ Mass Uprising in South is Necessary for Tamil People to Move Forward in their Freedom Struggle posted by Dr. Vickremabahu Karunaratne seems to portray the rhetoric of a cowardly anti Government column with its usual worthless disposition and as usual posted by a radical […]

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UK’s hypocrisy exposed

Thursday, July 18th, 2013

Michelle Alexander Despite incessant requests to other nations to not commit human rights abuses, the government of the United Kingdom stands exposed of its double speak after it has been revealed that more than 3000 export licenses has been issued for military and intelligence equipment, said to be worth a £ 12.3 billion (14.6 billion […]

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LIFE ABROAD – Part 35: IS BRITAIN PAVING A BATTLE GROUND FOR TIGER KITTENS!

Thursday, July 18th, 2013

Dr Tilak Fernando The extremely brutal and barbaric behaviour during the recent Sri Lanka’s Champion’s Trophy cricket final at Cardiff and Oval in London by some Sri Lankan Tamil thugs, calling themselves’ as “ƒ”¹…”Tamil Tiger activists in the UK, not only victimised several Sri Lankan law abiding innocent cricket enthusiasts but denuded the aloofness of […]

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Carbram 2013 : EELAM PAVILION

Thursday, July 18th, 2013

Asoka Weerasinghe  Kings Grove Crescent . Gloucester . Ontario .Canada 16 July 2013 Ms. Angela Johnson, President Carabram 2013 Mr. David Elich, Director Carabram 2013 Ms. Gloria Rousseau, Director Carabram 2013 Ms. Paula Fanni, Director, Carabram 2013 Mr. Tom Gabrowski, Director Carabram 2013 Carbram Brampton’s Multicultural Festival, 150 Clark Boulevard Suite 125 Brampton, Ontario, L6T […]

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Death served on a plate – the tragedy of Bihar

Thursday, July 18th, 2013

Michelle Alexander On the 16th of July, students in a school located in Chhapra, India, sat down to their mid-day meal. This is provided free to the students, with produce brought and prepared by the school.  The mid-day meal is part of a program to provide poor Indian students with at least one hot meal a […]

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Accredited journalists and entry to Sri Lanka to cover CHOGM

Thursday, July 18th, 2013

Asada M Erpini A report dated 16 July, quoted in the local media, says that all the accredited journalists should be allowed to enter the country to cover the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) to be held in Colombo. The request, or demand, seems reasonable on the surface. But what Sri Lanka does is […]

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Mind Brain and Buddhism – A skeptical Response

Thursday, July 18th, 2013

R Chandrasona In a recent contribution to your Journal Akila Weerasekara writes inter alia as follows – ‘We theorize that a single citta or a group of cittas with accompanying mental factors (cetasikas) can affect the probability of release of the chemical transmitter substance at synaptic junctions. This triggers the cascade of electrical signals necessary […]

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RAW’s Secret Battles By Sajjad Shaukat

Thursday, July 18th, 2013

The doctrine of the Indian secret agency, Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) is based on the principle of waging  continuous secret battles through its agents. Since its creation in 1968, RAW has assumed a significant status in formulation of Indian foreign policy. While waging their secret battles, RAW’s agents have their presence in almost all […]

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RAW operations in South Asian countries

Thursday, July 18th, 2013

Isha Khan – 11/4/2012 Courtesy: The Global Politician India’s premier intelligence outfit Research and Analysis Wing (RAW)’s operations against the regional countries are conducted with great professional skill and expertise. Central to the operations is the establishment of a huge network inside the target countries. It uses and targets political dissent, ethnic divisions, economic backwardness […]

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