Archive for April 3rd, 2018

JUSTICE for late R.M. Gunaratna Banda – VICTIM of Kandy Hand Grenade: unfairly accused by Sri Lanka’s media

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

  An isolated incident was given communal flavor & ignited to create mayhem that resulted in destruction of property & even the loss of lives. The inaction of the police, the false dissemination of news by Sri Lanka’s media and the biased & politically motivated statements of the Sri Lankan politicians must take full responsibility […]

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Sri Lanka’s ‘Ethnic’ tensions a covert action of US foreign policy

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

  Until & unless people realize that there is a bigger picture to the present rise in communal disharmony we are not going to find answers to its solution. The present coalition government is a result of a successful regime change. Note the personalities placed in various positions are all part of & linked to […]

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JO SHOULD CHALLENGE 19A-NEW ERA AFTER 4 APRIL 2018???

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

By M D P DISSANAYAKE Within the ambit of the 1978 Constitution of Sri Lanka,  the entire thrust of the change over from previous Constitution was the centre piece of Executive Prime Minister vis-a-vis Executive President. PUBLIC MANDATE: Just prior to 1978 elections, the UNP sought mandate from the People for the transfer of power from […]

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Is the Opposition Leader a Regime Slave?

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

Dilrook Kannangara Tamils never came to terms with democracy. It is such an alien concept to the Tamil society which was always ruled by caste discrimination, tribalism and other outdated concepts. It is no surprise the Opposition Leader (also the TNA leader) always comes to the rescue of the regime! TNA has become the laughing […]

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Vote now for the NCM against Prime Minister to stop Sri Lanka reaching a point of no-return from decadence.

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

By Charles.S.Perera Sirisena-Ranil’s Yahapalanaya is a misnomer. It is a palanaya without Yaha. It is Bad Governance . It is utter mismanagement of  Governance.  It was so from the day one – 8th January,2015 of their coming into political power when Maithripala Sirisena was elected President of Sri Lanka. Of course there were those who […]

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ඇස් මස් ලේ දන් දෙමින් රැකගත් සිංහල බෞද්ධ සංස්කෘතිය පනමෙන් අප රැක ගත යුතුය

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

පාලිත ආරියරත්න දැන් දැන් නැවතත් අමුතුම තලේ එකමුතුවක් (උදාහරණ : අපි ඔක්කොම රජවරු, අපි මිනිස්සු, ජාතිවාදී නොවෙමු, ඔක්කොටම මේ රට අයිතියි,කොයි ආගමත් එකයි, හැට දෙලක්ෂය සහ අපි) ජාතික ඒකා බද්ධතා සතියක් යනුයි අලුත් සංකල්පයක් රට පුරා දිවයයි (දිවගියේය ) මේ එකමුතු තාවය දිහා විපරම් කර බලන විට බුද්ධිමතුන් හට වැටහෙන එකම කාරණයනම් මෙම කුඨ උපක්ක්‍රමය විවධ බලපෑම් කිරීමෙන් […]

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Wrong Interpretation reveals hidden agenda of Muslims

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

Press Release SWARNA HANSA FOUNDATION 262, Denzil Kobbakaduwa Mawatha, Battaramulla Tel 2861981 Fax 2869901 E-mail-: shf@slt.lk The news appearing in the Island News of Tuesday 3rd April under the heading ‘OIC pledges support for boosting racial amity in Sri Lanka’, again reveals the hidden agenda of Muslims. In it an organization called the Organization of Islamic […]

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“LAWS DELAYAS OR LAWYERS DELAYS”

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

Sarath Wijesinghe a former Secretary Bar Association and a former Ambassador to UAE and Israel Worldwide issue Laws delays is a worldwide issue currently resolved in many jurisdictions including Commonwealth and United Kingdom we have been inherited with the current adversarial system from. The main players in the system are lawyers, Judges, where the state […]

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MYANMAR AND ROHINGYA MUSLIMS 

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

 Dr. Daya Hewapathirane  The Rohingya Muslim community in Myanmar are not indigenous to Myanmar. Most of these Rohingya Muslims are illicit immigrants who have illegally migrated to Myanmar starting in the British colonial period, from Muslim neighborhood regions of Bengal India. Later they continued to migrate from East Pakistan (present Bangladesh). Being illicit immigrants, the […]

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D-day in Parliament

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

By Dr. DAYAN JAYATILLEKA Courtesy The Island It is a simple matter of ethics. If Prime Minister Wickremesinghe hasn’t resigned, it is quite simply because, firstly, he doesn’t know right from wrong and secondly, he doesn’t know how to conduct himself in public affairs in accordance with international norms, including those in Asia and the global […]

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A Right Royal battle

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

Editorial Courtesy The Island What started off as an ill-conceived no-confidence motion, initiated by a bunch of cocky Joint Opposition (JO) MPs following their impressive win at the Feb. 10 mini polls, has led to a right royal battle between President Maithripala Sirisena and Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe. The showdown is right Royal because the […]

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Judicature Bill requires 2/3 majority in Parliament: SC

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

The Supreme Court has informed Speaker Karu Jayasuriya that several sections of the Judicature Bill were inconsistent with the Constitution and therefore, it should be passed by a two-thirds majority in Parliament, if not amended as recommended by the Judiciary. Speaker Kayasuriya conveyed the Supreme Court opinion to Parliament today.

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Game of Loans: How China Bought Hambantota

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

CSIS Briefs Courtesy Center for Strategic and International Studies The Issue Unable to repay its debt, Sri Lanka gave China a controlling equity stake and a 99-year lease for Hambantota port, which it handed over in December 2017. The economic rationale for Hambantota is weak, given existing capacity and expansion plans at Colombo port, fueling concerns that it […]

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Sri Lanka’s PM faces tight confidence vote as key ally plans to defect

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

COLOMBO (Reuters) – Sri Lanka’s Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe faces a no- confidence motion on Wednesday that could go down to the wire and lead to political instability in the island nation, even if the government manages to scrape a win. Wickremesinghe leads a national unity government in alliance with President Maithripala Sirisena’s party, which […]

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THE FIRST INDIGENOUS SRI LANKAN CAR WILL ROLL OUT NEXT YEAR

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

by EditorApril 3, 2018 Courtesy NewsIn.Asia Colombo, April 4 (newsin.asia): Towards the end of 2019, automobile loving Sri Lankans will see something they have been longing to see – a locally manufactured Sri Lankan” car vying for road space with international brands. Ideal Motors’ small car, not named yet, is to be made in collaboration with […]

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