Archive for September 2nd, 2013

Pillai: Your conflict of interest is damning, recuse yourself

Monday, September 2nd, 2013

By Philip Fernando Commissioner Navi Pillai has dug herself into a damning abyss feigning impartiality despite the irremediable conflict of interest she carries.  She is in a pickle and could not  in good faith proclaim that her ethnicity (South African born and of Tamil descent) does not present a hindrance trying to be impartial carrying […]

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NAVI PILLAY WILL NEVER CHANGE HER STRIPES

Monday, September 2nd, 2013

Malin Abeyatunge Navi Pillay came and left. But some of her comments on Sri Lanka lingers bad taste in the air. Her comments over various matters proved that she visited with pre-conceived judgments against Sri Lanka and proved that she had a hidden agenda. I would like to scrutinise  a few of her comments at […]

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Slogans of Velu Pillai and Navi Pillay

Monday, September 2nd, 2013

S. Akurugoda There is no introduction  to describe how and what Velu Pillai, did to our country for nearly three decades, since the inception of his LTTE in 1976. Velu Pillai had chosen the slogans of “discrimination of the Sinhala government against the Tamils” and ” the right to self determination of the people of […]

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Navi Pillay visits Sri Lanka – what’s next on agenda

Monday, September 2nd, 2013

  Shenali D Waduge Navi Pillay must thank her lucky stars that those who garlanded her did not do what they did to Rajiv Gandhi inspite of both he and mother helping LTTE rise to power. That was because LTTE was annihilated by Sri Lanka”‘s armed forces and the woman who garlanded her was a […]

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UN High Commissioner Pillai’s Visit A Worthless One Which Has Merely Exposed Her Transparencies And Bias.

Monday, September 2nd, 2013

Insight By Sunil Kumar August 31st 2013 While the direction, objectives and end result of UN Human Rights Ambassador Naveen Pillai ( herself a Tamil) was almost predictable towards bias, sympathy and posturing towards the defunct Tamil Tiger terrorists and their supportives for very apparent reasons from the very outset, she has played out her role accordingly and not surprisingly […]

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Connecting Communities: Newly constructed Panichchankarni Bridge opens

Monday, September 2nd, 2013

By Janaka Alahapperuma President Mahinda Rajapaksa declared open the newly constructed Panichchankarni Bridge located on A15, Batticaloa- Trincomalee road in Wakarai yesterday (August 01). This bridge was destroyed by the Tsunami disaster in 2004. The new bridge constructed at a cost of 1,060 million rupees.  The bridge, which is 132 metres in length and 10.4 […]

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