Author Archive for Kanthar Balanathan

SriLankan Democracy in Peril

Tuesday, April 10th, 2018

Kanthar Balanathan DipEE(UK), GradCert(RelEng-Monash), DipBus&Adm(Finance-Massey), CEng. MIEE  Australia Since 2015, people of SriLanka have perceived that the democracy that triumphed from 2004 to 2015 has weakened & shrunken as a result of a few politicians, taking the law into their own hand as if the country is their own, not being patriotic. This creates a […]

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Comments on disruption of discussion by Tamils

Wednesday, March 21st, 2018

Kanthar Balanathan  DipEE(UK), GradCert(Rel Eng-Monash), DipBus&Adm(Finance-Massey), CEng., MIEE(Lond) Retired Director & Specialist Power Systems Engineer Rowville Australia Viewing the attached video will reveal more truths on the behavioral pattern as to who are the rowdies and who are the gentle people of SriLanka. Behavioral pattern inflicts upon leadership quality. The Sinhala military officer gently and politely emphasized and outlined […]

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Power Avidity Versus Sovereignty, Patriotism, and Development

Saturday, February 17th, 2018

By Kanthar Balanathan The recent election in SriLanka is a clear-cut evidence of the verdict by the people that they are not satisfied with the current government and the Prime Minister Mr. Ranil Wickramasinghe. Some may argue that the voters had no choice but to cast their vote to SLPP (Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna) led […]

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SriLankan Politicians, Subornment, Enticement, Leading to the Country’s Collapse

Wednesday, February 7th, 2018

Kanthar Balanathan DipEE(UK), GradCertEng(Rel Eng-Monash), DipBus&Adm(Finance-Massey), CEng. MIEE Democracy, Sovereignty, and the three arms of governance In a democratic government, the three main columns of governance are the Executive, Legislature, and the Judiciary. Each should be independent, and should not interfere with other functions. However, each of the three arms functions and activities should be transparent […]

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Imperfections, & Drawbacks in the practice in Politics by the SriLankan Politicians

Tuesday, December 19th, 2017

Kanthar Balanathan DipEE(UK), GradCert(Rel Eng-Monash), DipBus&Adm(Finance-Massey), CEng., MIEE Fundamental SriLanka received independence on the 4th February 1948. The country was still under the British throne up to the 22nd May 1972, when the country achieved full independence. However, we still celebrate the 4th of February as the day of independence. SL spends millions of dollars […]

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Conceivable Flaws & Drawbacks in The Interim Report of the Steering Committee

Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

Kanthar Balanathan, Australia While being silent on the interim report of the steering committee, as a mark of respect the author gives to the members of the committee, it is a time dilated event, and request people of SL come forward to make comments, so that repeated slipups and bungles does not happen in the […]

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