Archive for April, 2014

Sri Lanka Phobia an anxiety disorder from which David Cameron, Hugo Swire, David Milliband , Stephen Harper and others suffer.

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

By Charles.S.Perera The symptom of Sri Lanka phobia which is common among the politicians in the West, is caused through  personal political ambitions. It comes from the presence of a large number of expatriates Tamils living in these Western countries. It makes the patients have a distorted view of human rights. They become blind to […]

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Obituary Appreciation – Norman Dudley Rajendra Casie Chitty

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

D L O Mendis These lines are penned to honour the memory of a beloved friend whose passing leaves me and countless others with a sense of immeasurable loss. “Casi’ as we knew him, will be remembered until we ourselves receive our respective calls, or ‘boarding passes’, as we sometimes joke about death. Casi wooed […]

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Sri Lanka Youth Council Delegation in a promotional tour, “Around the World in 40 Days” visits Switzerland

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

Permanent Mission of Sri Lanka Geneva. A delegation from the Sri Lanka Youth Council visited Geneva, Switzerland from 24-27 April 2014 as a part of a promotional campaign titled “Round the World in 40 Days” of the World Conference on Youth (WCY 2014) which is scheduled to be held from  6th ” 10th May 2014 at the […]

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Navi Pillay must explain

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

George Rupesinghe  Sydney, Australia UN Human Rights High Commissioner Navi Pillay must explain why she and the UN Secretary General are mute in the face of the judicial genocide now occurring in Egypt. An Egyptian court has sentenced 529 people to death and another 683 sentenced to a similar fate. There was no opportunity to […]

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America’s Indian Ocean Bases, US Geneva Resolution, British way of subverting justice and Cameron’s Hypocrisy

Tuesday, April 29th, 2014

By Bandu de Silva  “Sri Lanka’s new port built at Hambantota figures very much in this discussion. If India, Japan or South Korea would have built the port infrastructure there as they have been engaging in neighbouring Iran, no questions could have arisen for the US or India over security threat in the Indian Ocean. […]

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NORWAY PRIME MINISTER’S SPEEDY U – TURN

Tuesday, April 29th, 2014

By Mahinda Weerasinghe, Author of Mission to Oslo  The Dalai Lama is scheduled to visit Norway from May 7 to May 9 at the invitation of civil society groups in Oslo. This is partly to celebrate the 25th anniversary of his Nobel Peace Prize and partly to brush up his contacts. Yet the current Norwegian prime minister or the foreign minister nor the cabinet of […]

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500 years of British/American genocide of Native Americans

Tuesday, April 29th, 2014

Shenali D Waduge Every historical encounter mentioned of European colonial rulers is of land forcefully or deceitfully taken over, cultures cleansed, identities destroyed and people massacred. Why have none of the European colonial massacres gone on trial for genocide and holocaust giving that the massacres of the Native Indians was to settle whites and begin […]

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TNA SAYS UN-BAN BAN-Rallied to promote terrorism-Trying to destabilize country’s reconciliation process

Tuesday, April 29th, 2014

Chamikara Weerasinghe- Courtesy The Daily News In passing numerous resolutions and adopting them in the Northern Provincial Council demanding the withdrawal of the ban imposed by Sri Lanka on foreign terrorist organizations and individuals that have links with the Tamil Diaspora, the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) members have committed an act of gross treason under […]

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Reducing mind to the brain

Tuesday, April 29th, 2014
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Sri Lankan cuisine is unique but in preparation some people waste energy either purposely or due to unawareness.

Tuesday, April 29th, 2014

Dr Hector Perera   London It is possible nearly all Sri Lankans consume rice and curries on daily basis, whether they live in Sri Lanka or abroad. There are quite a few Buddhist temples and Kovils in and around London. On special occasions such as on full moon day, quite a few Sri Lankans take Sil […]

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The fortune intruders and the plight of Sinhala refugees

Monday, April 28th, 2014

S. Akurugoda According to The Sunday Observer dated 27th April 2014, 73 families who had encroached on the Wilpattu sanctuary causing widespread protests by environmental and Buddhist groups will be relocated outside the national park with the assistance of the Mannar District Secretary’s office. Mannar District Secretary has said a 50-acre plot of land, one […]

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Muslim Council writes to Rev. Gnanasara Thero

Monday, April 28th, 2014

N.M. Ameen President, The Muslim Council of Sri Lanka APRIL 23rd 2014 Rev. Galabode Aththe Gnanasara Thero Secretary General, Bodu Bala Sena Kirulapone Sri Lanka Rev. Gnanasara Thero, I wish to bring to your attention that the Muslim Council of Sri Lanka has had no engagement or receive financial support from the Embassy of the […]

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Australia Probes Claims By Migrants

Monday, April 28th, 2014

By Camelia Nathaniel A team of Australian officials had arrived in Sri Lanka earlier to investigate claims made by illegal migrants that they could not live freely in Sri Lanka and cited this reason for them illegally migrating to Australia. The Australian team, upon conducting investigations, had revealed that they found no basis for these […]

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Canada Officially Outlaws The Tamil Tigers, Disrupts Their Operations Yet Tolerates Their Fronts Attempting To Recussitate Them According To This Report.

Sunday, April 27th, 2014

Sunny Sunil’s Column of Critical Analysis April 27th, 2014 Some years ago the Tamil Tiger ( LTTE)  terrorist operatives in Canada ~ counterparts  of the infamous Sri Lanka terror group (now defunct in Sri Lanka) were boldly rampant in brazenly campaigning for the terrorist organization that brought mayhem to Sri Lanka during the three decade long internal armed insurrection […]

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Saying Good Bye to Ms Navaneethan Pillay, Commissioner for Human Rights

Sunday, April 27th, 2014

Dr D.Chandraratna, Perth Western Australia    The UNHRC was created after years of deliberations by the world at large in order to prevent the reoccurrence of the despair and degradation of millions who perished in the Nazi Holocaust and other places. It was to act as the last sentry at the gate of human rights […]

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BAN REPORT DRAGS IN THE UNNECESSARY -Sri Lanka charges that certain organisations involved in propagating false reports

Sunday, April 27th, 2014

Courtesy: PTI Sri Lanka charges that certain organisations involved in propagating false reports Contents of HRC resolution have been rejected and disputed by Sri Lanka Sri Lanka has expressed disappointment over the inclusion of rights accountability and reconciliation issues in Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon’s report on conflict-related sexual violence submitted to the UN Security Council. […]

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Is Gogol’s Diary of a Madman Coinciding With the Description of Schizophrenia?

Sunday, April 27th, 2014

Dr Ruwan M Jayatunge There is always this element of concealed accusation in neurosis, the patient feeling as though he were deprived of his right-that is, of the center of attention ” and wanting to fix the responsibility and blame upon someone. –Alfred Adler Nikolai Gogol could be described as one of the most idiosyncratic […]

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Secularism in India- a Sham

Sunday, April 27th, 2014

Senaka Weeraratna Rajiv Malhotra Teachings https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ukkWjKV-ip8 Q. What is the solution for the fake secularism practiced in India? Rajiv Malhotra says Dharma Sapekshata is a better system than secularism, which turns out to be an anti-majority system in India. He also explains the secularism followed in India is different from what other countries follow e.g. […]

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British Parliamentarians Misled or Gullible?

Sunday, April 27th, 2014

 By Radhika Phillips (Sunday Island: April 27, 2014) As a Sri Lankan from the Tamil community I am perplexed by the last minute cancellation of the visit to Sri Lanka by the British Parliamentarians. I am from the very community that all sorts of groups try to represent, speak on behalf of, terrorise other communities, try […]

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ග්‍රාමීය අඩු ආදායම්ලාභී ජනතාවගේ නව විදුලිය සබඳතා වෙනුවෙන් සහන ණය යෝජනා ක්‍රමයක්.

Sunday, April 27th, 2014

 à·ƒà·’සිර විජේසිංහ මාධ්”à¶º ලේකම් –Ministry of Power & Energy ග්”à¶»à·à¶¸à·à¶º අඩු ආදායම්ලාභ෠පවුල් නගාසිටුවà·à¶¸à·š මහින්ද චින්තන ඉදිරි දැක්මට සමගාමà·à·€, ඔවුන්ගේ නිවාස සඳහා විදුලිය සම්බන්ධතා ලබාදà·à¶¸ වෙනුවෙන් ණය ආධාර  ක්”à¶»à¶¸à¶ºà¶šà·Š හඳුන්වාදà·à¶¸à¶§ රජය පියවර ගෙන ඇත. විදුලිබල හා බලශක්ති අමාත්”à¶º, නà·à¶­à·’ඥ පවිත්”à¶»à· වන්නිආරච්චි මැතිනියගේ මෙහෙයවිමෙන් මෙම වැඩසටහන 2014.04.30 දින ආරම්භ කිරà·à¶¸à¶§ සියලු පියවර ගෙන තිබේ. ආසියානු සංවර්ධන […]

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New Book by Yasas V. Abeywickrama Launched

Sunday, April 27th, 2014

A new book has been published by well-known professional Yasas V. Abeywcickrama, titled The Catalyst. This book is based on a collection of articles written by Abeywickrama relating to Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Innovation, Knowledge Society, Information and Communications Technology (ICT), Business Process Outsourcing (BPO), Careers, Customer Service, Education, Personality Development Skills (Soft Skills) and other […]

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Foreign Workers & Unemployed Sri Lankan Citizens

Saturday, April 26th, 2014

Shenali D Waduge It is reported that there are 10,000 foreign workers on tourist visas currently working in Sri Lanka while scores more are working tagged to investment clauses that permit foreign workers to engage in employment in Sri Lanka. If 10,000 job vacancies have been occupied by foreign citizens arriving as ‘tourists’ it raises […]

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Junior casinos for school children – A testing time for Parents in Sri Lanka

Saturday, April 26th, 2014

Shenali D Waduge When people vote and elect representatives who throw paper rockets, run around towns with ‘toy’ guns, throw lavish parties to celebrate the number of women they have raped all we can say is they were democratically elected by the people of Sri Lanka. They would not be in office if people had […]

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Tamil militants supported by Canadian Government planning to get rid of the Sri Lankan political leadership

Saturday, April 26th, 2014

Report by Keerthi Warnakulasuriya in Irida Divaina of 20th April (translated by Ranjth Soysa) On the basis of a confidential memo circulated to the militant members of the Tamil Diaspora by  it is revealed how they are planning to get rid of the Sri Lankan political leadership. It is further revealed that the Canadian Government […]

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Two popes will be canonized on Sunday: some thoughts to ponder

Friday, April 25th, 2014

by Mario Perera, Kadawata The pattern of canonizations has undergone a radical change. Probably the underlying reasoning is that of making it ‘relevant to modern times’. What we are witnessing is the elevation to the sainthood of persons who were public figures within our life time, persons whose lives were under public scrutiny at least […]

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Appreciate And Applaud The President Who Transformed A Terrorist Beseiged Nation Rather Than Bark Accusations From A Foreign Domain!

Friday, April 25th, 2014

LankaWeb Weekly Editorial, April 26th.2014 There are certain ungrateful Sri Lankan types domiciled in Foreign places perhaps egged on by all the wrong sources for all the wrong reasons who continue to bark at the President of Sri Lanka  saying “Give Us Back Our Country!” This is a response to such types! and a posting that […]

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TNA’s May Day rally call for self-determination for Tamils – A new Vadukkodai Resolution?

Friday, April 25th, 2014

Asada M Erpini Media reported on 23 April that the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) ” popularly referred by the media as the main Tamil Party although the group is not a registered political party in Sri Lanka ” is to seek self-determination for Tamils. The reader cannot help getting reminded of the infamous Vadukkodai resolution […]

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TNA and South Africa

Friday, April 25th, 2014

Nalin de Silva The Tamil National Alliance (TNA) has been asked by South Africa to take part in Parliamentary Select Committee (PSC) when the former wanted the latter to mediate in talks between them and the Sri Lankan government. It is clear as to why the South African government did not want to mediate between […]

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Special Police unit to solve religious conflicts

Friday, April 25th, 2014

by Janaka Alahapperuma A special police unit to be established within the Religious Affairs Ministry to inquire complains regarding future religious conflicts and incidents, President Rajapaksa revealed at a meeting with editors of national newspapers and representatives of the print and electronic media at Temple Trees this morning (24 April). The President said that the […]

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Minister tells diplomats STOP TERRORISM FUNDING IN YOUR SOIL!

Thursday, April 24th, 2014

Compelling evidence on flow of overseas funds for planned terrorist activity Action in designating 16 groups and 424 individuals taken under UNSC Regulation 1373: The government’s action in designating 16 groups and 424 individuals involved in terrorist funding and other activities connected with plans to revive terrorism had been taken under United Nations Security Council […]

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