Archive for May 5th, 2014

Disregarding Sri Lanka’s Banning Of Named Tamil Tiger Fronting Organizations Could Have Dire Global Ramifications.

Monday, May 5th, 2014

Insight By Sunil Kumar May 6th. 2014  Confounding and perhaps sidelining the UK, Canada, France, Norway and the rest of the countries ( Not forgetting Tamil Nadu and its egregious cacophonists )  that have chosen to ignore Sri Lanka’s ban on named Tamil Tiger fronting organizations which is based on years of investigative procedures and much research towards justification, the US  […]

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Canada plays politics in the Commonwealth

Monday, May 5th, 2014

Asoka Weerasinghe Kings Grove Crescent . Gloucester . Ontario . Canada 4 May 2014 Hon. John Baird, MP, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Canada Hon. Lynne Yelich, MP, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs House of Commons, Ottawa Dear John and Lynne: I have just read in ColomboPage the news item “Canada does not recognize […]

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1956 – A Year of National and Religious Awakening

Monday, May 5th, 2014

By Senaka Weeraratna  Buddhism has been the most powerful single factor in the development of Sri Lanka’s civilization. For more than 2, 300 years, Sri Lanka developed and projected a country image that was predominantly Buddhist. Though this pre-disposition was held back during the period of 450 years of western colonial rule, no sooner an […]

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Tuskers put their hands up for the future

Monday, May 5th, 2014

Written by Sachin David- Courtesy The Papare.com The Sri Lanka XV’s rugby team really challenged one of the big two Asian Nations for the first time in the longer version of the game this weekend when they went down to Hong Kong 41-10 at the Colombo Race Course grounds.  Although many would say 41-10 is […]

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Destruction of archaeological sites in Sri Lanka

Monday, May 5th, 2014

Dr D. Chandraratna, Perth, Western Australia   It was rather sad to read an interview given by Ven Medhananada Thero to the ‘Ceylon Today’ News-sheet recently lamenting the destruction and pillaging of the archaeological treasures of ancient Sri Lanka. He referred to Diyathithawela Nandimitra Aranya, Kudimbigala in Seruwila in particular, and a number of other places […]

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