Archive for October 29th, 2017

කිතුලට නො නැඟි ගැහැණිය!

Sunday, October 29th, 2017

වරුණ චන්ද්‍රකීර්ති මතක විදිහට ඒ 2010 අවුරුද්දේ දවසක්. අවිස්සාවේල්ලේ ඉඳලා මහරගමට ධාවනය වුනු ලංගම බස් රථයකට මේ ලේඛකයා ගොඩවුනේ කොස්ගමින්. වෙලාව උදේ 11 විතර වෙන්න ඇති. සතියේ දවසක් වුනත් බස් එකේ වැඩිය සෙනඟ හිටියේ නෑ. බස් එකත් ධාවනය වුනේ මිනී ගෙනියන වාහනයක් ධාවනයකරනවාට වඩා තරමක් වැඩි වේගයකින්. මේ ලේඛකයා වාඩිවුනේ බස් රථයේ මැද හරියට වෙන්න […]

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The Sanhga are not despotic

Sunday, October 29th, 2017

Upali Cooray Agitated over the decision by the Malwatta and Asgiriya chapters following a two hour meeting, some critics have expressed the Sangha as despotic. The Anunayake of the Malwatta Vihara has commented that the proposed constitution is not suitable as it leads to division of power including assigning of powers to the provincial councils, […]

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මත්තල ඉන්දියාවට විකුණුවොත් රටේ ජනපතිටත් එහේ යන්න ඉන්දියාවෙන් අවසර ගන්න වෙයි – හිටපු ජනාධිපති මහින්ද රාජපක්‍ෂ

Sunday, October 29th, 2017

මත්තල – දිලීප් එන්. ජයසේකර උපුටා ගැන්ම දිවයින රටට මේ වෙලාවේ නව ව්‍යවස්‌ථාවක්‌ අවශ්‍ය නොවන බව මල්වතු අස්‌ගිරි මහනාහිමිවරුන් ඇතුළු රටේ සමස්‌ත විද්වතුන්ම පවසද්දී එයට සවන් දීම රජයේ යුතුකමක්‌ බව හිටපු ජනාධිපති මහින්ද රාජපක්‌ෂ මහතා පැවසීය.    හිටපු ජනාධිපතිවරයා මේ බව පැවසුවේ තිස්‌සමහාරාම බෙරළිහෙළ කුඩාගම්මාන තුන ශ්‍රී සුදර්ශනාරාම විහාරස්‌ථානයේ පසුගිය දින (24 දා) පැවති ආගමික උත්සවයක්‌ […]

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Niranjan de S Deva Aditya MEP receives GG2  Award

Sunday, October 29th, 2017

  Senior Conservative MEP Nirj Deva has received the GG2 Editor’s Award for his Outstanding contribution to British and ethnic minority communities in his 25 years of public service.”   Mr Deva was presented the award last night at the GG2 Leadership Asian Media Awards -a gala dinner annual event attended by 800 people drawn […]

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Bangladesh eyes sterilisation to curb Rohingya population

Sunday, October 29th, 2017

Asia Pacific The idea is particularly contentious given the sensitivity of the issue in Myanmar. The widespread perception that the Rohingya population is mushrooming is a key source of the tensions that have spiralled in recent months. PALONGKHALI, Bangladesh: Bangladesh is planning to introduce voluntary sterilisation in its overcrowded Rohingya camps, where nearly a million […]

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Downgrading Politics

Sunday, October 29th, 2017

By Dr. Tilak S. Fernando Politics appears to be a ‘dirty game’ throughout the world. In Sri Lanka, it has stooped to gutter level with corruption spearheading like a contagious disease. Many Sri Lankan politicians entered the political arena, in the past, out of sheer patriotism and the yearning to work for the people. Besides, […]

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The preparation of constitution has concluded – Bellanwila Wimalaratana Thero

Sunday, October 29th, 2017

By Manushi Silva Courtesy The Island Chancellor of  Sri Jayawardhanapura University,Professor Ven.  Bellanwila Wimalaratana Thero said that the preparation of the constitution is already complete. A responsible personnel of the government made me aware that the constitution is already prepared although that we; the clergy are opposing the constitution alleging that no bill was put forward, but only […]

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The burial site of King Vijaya?

Sunday, October 29th, 2017

 By Kamanthi Wickramasinghe Courtesy The Daily Mirror The ancestry of Sinhalese people dates back to the landing of Prince Vijaya in the then Lanka. Prince Vijaya, is the first recorded King of Sri Lanka, who established the Thambapanni Kingdom in the name of the Sinhala people. He subsequently founded the Kingdom of Upatissa Nuwara and Anuradhapura. […]

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Lord Naseby, the mythical 40,000 and the feel-good factor

Sunday, October 29th, 2017

By SANJA DE SILVA JAYATILLEKA Courtesy The Island “Engaging in arguments and debates in the international domain over the number of civilians who may have died at a particular time in the country will not help resolve any issues, in a meaningful manner, locally, except a feel good factor for a few individuals who may think that […]

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Tamil Diaspora behind Constitutional reforms – Hemakumara Nanayakkara

Sunday, October 29th, 2017

BY PANCHAMEE HEWAVISSENTI Courtesy Ceylon Today Governor of the Southern Province and Leader of the Mawbima Janatha Pakshaya, Hemakumara Nanayakkara, who severely criticizes the Interim Report of the Parliamentary Steering Committee for Constitutional Amendments, states that it may lead to separatism and may harm the sovereignty and the integrity of the country. He alleged that the […]

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