Archive for July 13th, 2014

Educating Ms. Sison – the school ma’am with a cane

Sunday, July 13th, 2014

H. L. D. Mahindapala The egg-shaped face of the American Ambassadress, Michele J. Sison, does not mean that she is an egg-head. A closer look will reveal that her elongated oval face resembles more of El Greco’s tendentious elasticity stretched  to the  farthest point of caricaturing the humbuggery of the Spanish courtiers. If, however, the […]

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LTTE Treated Ven. Gonapinuwala Sumanasara Thero Better Than Muslims Treated Ven. Ayagama Samitha Thero

Sunday, July 13th, 2014

Dilrook Kannangara Famous Kilinochchi Buddhist monk Ven. Gonapinuwala Sumanasara Thero lived in LTTE controlled areas until May 2009. He escaped LTTE brutality with Tamil civilians. Although LTTE committed crimes against Buddhist monks till 1995 and attacked Buddhist shrines until 1998, it didn’t attack Ven Sumanasara Thero, throw cattle heads to his temple or threaten him […]

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මම සිංහල බෞද්ධයෙක් වුයේ ඔබ රැකගන්නය් -4 කොටස —

Sunday, July 13th, 2014

ධර්මසිරි සෙනෙවිරත්න අසේල,  දුටුගැමුණු,  කීර්ති විජයබා , හා වළගම්බා යුද කල නිසා පවුකාරයෝද? එතකොට  සේ න, ගුත්තික , එළාර හා සත්මහ සොලින් පින් කාරයෝද  මුල්ලේරියාව ලේ විලක්  කරමින් පරංගි පන්න දැමු ටිකිරි රාජසිංහ  ද්‍රෝහියෙක්ද?   යුද කිරීම අවශ්‍ය විට යුද නොකර  සිට මුස්ලිම් ඇත අඩංගුවට පත්වුනොත් යුද්ධය එපා කියන්නවුන්  ස්වේච්චාවෙන් මුස්ලිම්වරුන් වෙත ගොස්  මෙන්න    කපාපල්ලා     යය්  […]

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Ven. Narada Maha Thera’s warnings of dangers to Sri Lanka

Sunday, July 13th, 2014

Senaka Weeraratna The Venerable Narada Maha Thera (Sinhala:නාරද මහා ස්ථවිරයන් වහන්සේ), born Sumanapala Perera (14 July 1898 – 2 October 1983) was a Theravadan Buddhist monk and translator, the Superior of Vajirarama Temple in Colombo. He was a popular figure in his native country, Sri Lanka, and beyond. He was born in Kotahena, Colombo to […]

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Assam scribes appeal for release of Burmese journalists

Sunday, July 13th, 2014

By NJ Thakuria Guwahati: Journalists’ Forum Assam (JFA), a northeast India based scribes’ body, has expressed dissatisfaction over a verdict of a lower court in central Burma (Myanmar) to sentence five media employees, engaged with Unity Weekly News, a current-affairs magazine published Rangoon, for 10 years of imprisonment with hard labour. The Pakokku township court […]

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