Author Archive for Security

Let genie be kept in bottle

Friday, November 17th, 2017

Editorial Courtesy The Island November 17, 2017, 10:06 pm Police have reportedly been ordered to take legal action against anyone who will commemorate the dead Tigers including LTTE Leader Velupillai Prabhakaran on Nov. 27. Curiously, if it is against the law to commemorate the slain Tigers how come the same law does not apply to […]

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තලතාගේ නහය යට ඉදන් වහල් වෙළදාමේ යෙදෙන තක්කඩි!!

Thursday, November 16th, 2017

SL VLOG දුෂිත තලතා, ඇතුළු විදේශ සේවා නියුක්ති දුෂිත අමනයන් නෙරපා දඬුවම් දිය යුතුය !. it seems an innocent person in trouble for exposing 660M foreign employment Buero fraud by minster, working director and few. White vans sent to his house and he got arrested today

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Not even the President can contain current politicians in govt – Bandula

Wednesday, November 15th, 2017

Not even the President can contain current politicians in govt – Bandula පොලිස් තර්ජන පන්සලටත් එයි-වහාම ක්‍රියාත්මක වෙන්නැයි ජනපතිගෙන් බන්දුල ඉල්ලයි

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Naseby statement will clear Sri Lankan security forces

Wednesday, November 15th, 2017

Yohan Perera and Ajith Siriwardene Courtesy The Daily Mirror The statement made by Lord Naseby during the sessions of Britain’s House of Lords will help Sri Lanka to safeguard the dignity of its security forces to some extent, State Minister of Foreign Affairs Wasantha Senanayake told Parliament yesterday. The State Minister made this remark in response […]

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Convict in Rajiv assassination case seeks suspension of life term

Tuesday, November 14th, 2017

Courtesy Deccan Herald  News Service, New Delhi,  The Supreme Court on Tuesday asked the Centre to respond to a plea by a convict in Rajiv Gandhi assassination case to suspend his life term until the CBI probed the role of the man who prepared the improvised explosive device (IED) for the LTTE.  The convict, A […]

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A Critcal Analysis of UN Panel of Expert Report which says Sla killed 40,000 Civilians During the Last Stage of War

Sunday, November 12th, 2017

Lt. Colonel (Retd) Athula Lankadeva RWP, RSP, USP, psc, MSc. Courtesy The Island November 11, 2017, 6:35 pm The Sunday Times of 29 Oct carried an article referring to Lord Naseby on demanding to remove the war crime tag from Sri Lanka. Lord Naseby researched classified documents to find that UN has fudged the casualty figure […]

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Guilty by suspicion

Friday, November 10th, 2017

Editorial Courtesy The Island November 10, 2017, 10:15 pm The United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) is apparently wasting its time and money on its campaign to have a hybrid war crimes tribunal set up in this country. For, UN expert and South African human rights lawyer, Yasmin Sooka, has already found the Sri Lankan troops guilty […]

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Former Justice Minister counters allegations, seeks joint Lanka-UK probe ‘Rape, torture of men’

Thursday, November 9th, 2017

By Shamindra Ferdinando Courtesy The Island November 9, 2017, 11:16 pm Former Justice Minister Dr. Wijeyadasa Rajapakse, MP, yesterday alleged that a fresh high profile attempt was being made to secure asylum for bogus refugees at the expense of Sri Lankan government. President’s Counsel Rajapakse pointed out that the Sirisena-Wickremesinghe government was being targeted by those […]

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Wijeyadasa cites UK Appeal Court ruling to prove case of self-infliction by proxy

Thursday, November 9th, 2017

Courtesy The Island November 9, 2017, 11:17 pm Former Justice Minister Dr. Wijeyadasa Rajapakse, PC, yesterday said the possibility of those who had been seeking political asylum in Europe inflicting injuries on themselves couldn’t be ruled out. MP Rajapakse pointed out that the British media in April this year reported how a Sri Lankan asylum […]

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UN rewards Darusman with Myanmar mission amidst new controversy over his report on Lanka

Tuesday, November 7th, 2017

By Shamindra Ferdinando Courtesy The Island November 7, 2017, 12:00 pm April 5, 2012: Lord Naseby, PC, Baron of Sandy and Chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Group in UK meets wartime Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa at the Temple Trees Lord Naseby has challenged the UN Panel of Experts (PoE) findings pertaining to Sri Lanka’s […]

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Parliament faulted for not taking up vital issue Lords Naseby’s call to revise Vanni death toll:

Tuesday, November 7th, 2017

By Shamindra Ferdinando Courtesy The Island Former Deputy Minister and retired Rear Admiral Sarath Weerasekera yesterday said that a recent statement made by Lord Naseby in the House of Lords pertaining to the Vanni war death toll could be the basis for Sri Lanka’s defence at the Geneva based United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC). Addressing […]

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Vanquished to victory Nandikadaal to Orumittha Nadu

Sunday, November 5th, 2017

By Shivanthi Ranasinghe Courtesy Ceylon Today How did we arrive from Nandikadaal to Orumittha Nadu? Usually, it is the victor who becomes the post-war architect. It is they who persecute the defeated, get compensated for the damages incurred during the war and decide what the problem was and the appropriate solution. However, in our case after […]

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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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Spurious war crime allegations against Sri Lanka

Friday, October 27th, 2017

by Lakshman I. Keerthisinghe Courtesy Ceylon Today On the basis of the evidence available to this Commission and the prevailing law, the suggestion that the crime of genocide was or may have been committed during the final phase of the war is without foundation.-Paranagama Commission At the ongoing 36th session of the United Nations Human Rights […]

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Implications of UK’s refusal to release evidence

Wednesday, October 25th, 2017

By Shamindra Ferdinando Courtesy The Island October 24, 2017, 12:00 pm The British parliament was told, on Oct 12, 2017 that Velupillai Prabhakaran killed Jaffna Mayor Alfred Duraiappah in 1973. The statement was made by Michael Morris, Baron Naseby PC, during a debate on Sri Lanka. Having declared that he launched the All-Party Parliamentary Group on […]

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Govt yet to capitalise on Lord Naseby’s call to UK parliament Request to lower death toll from 40,000 to 8,000

Wednesday, October 25th, 2017

By Shamindra Ferdinando Courtesy The Island October 26, 2017, 12:00 pm War crimes: Cabinet spokesman and Sports Minister Dayasiri Jayasekera yesterday said that the government could act on Lord Naseby’s recent call to Theresa May’s government in the UK to review the much-touted UN allegation that 40,000 Tamil civilians perished on the Vanni front in 2009 […]

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පොලිස්පතිට දේශපාලන බලපෑම්

Wednesday, October 25th, 2017

මනෝප‍්‍රිය ගුණසේකර සහ රන්ජන් කටුගම්පොළ උපුටාගැණීම ලංකාදීප පර්පචුවල් ටෙ‍්‍රෂරීස් සමාගමේ අධ්‍යක්‍ෂ අර්ජුන් ඇලෝසියස් විසින් මිලදී ගෙන හිටපු මුදල් ඇමැති රවී කරුණානායක මහතාට දුන්නේ යැයි කියන ‘මොනෑක්’ නිවාස සංකීර්ණයේ හිමිකාරිය වු අනිකා විජේසුරිය මහත්මියට රවී කරුණානායක මහතාගේ සමීප ඥාතියකු බව කියන පුද්ගලයකුගෙන් එල්ල වු බව කියන ජීවිත තර්ජන පිළිබඳ පරීක්‍ෂණ  රහස් පොලිසියෙන් ඉවත් කරන්නැයි පොලිස්පතිවරයාට දේශපාලන බලපෑම් […]

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SRI LANKA: Thirty-three year old ex-soldier missing in Horowpathana

Monday, October 23rd, 2017

ASIAN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION – URGENT APPEALS PROGRAMME Dear Friends, Mr. Lalsiri Sampath Sugathapala (33) of Meehonda Wewa, Horowpathana was a resident of Horowpathana Police Division. He went missing on 14 April 2017. He was a regular soldier attached to the Sri Lanka Army. After resigning from the military he joined a company in Colombo. […]

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SRI LANKA: Girl expelled from government school on unfounded allegations

Monday, October 23rd, 2017

ASIAN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION – URGENT APPEALS PROGRAMME Dear Friends, According to information received by the Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC), a 15-year-old girl in 10th Grade at A/Madatugama Sri Rewatha Navodya Vidyalaya, Madatugama, Kekirawa was arbitrarily expelled by the Principal. When she began vomiting during an outdoor celebration of International Children’s Day on 2 […]

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SRI LANKA: අධිකරණයෙන් පිටත සිදුකරන ඝාතන සමග විනිර්මුක්තිය ඉහළට -මාස 10ට ජීවිත 10 ක්!

Monday, October 23rd, 2017

ආසියානු මානව හිමිකම් කොමිසම, හොංකොං පරිවර්තනය: නීතීඥ රදිකා ගුණරත්න පහත දැක්වෙන වගුවෙන් දැක්වෙන්නේ 2017 ඔක්තෝබර් මාසය වන විට ගතවූ මාස 10කට ආසන්න කාලයක් මුළුල්ලේ අධිකරණයෙන් පිටත සිදුකළ ඝාතන 09 ක් සහ ඝාතන උත්සාහයන් 01 ක් පිළිබඳව ය. එම ඝාතන 09 සිදුවී තිබෙන්නේ පොලිස් ස්ථාන තුළ වන අතර, අනෙක් ඝාතන තැත වාර්තා වන්නේ බන්ධනාගාරයෙනි. මෙම සිද්ධි […]

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නිශ්ශංකමල්ල රජුගේ මහා නිධානය කඩද්දී ඇමති ජෝන්ගේ නෑයා එජාප බස්නාහිර මන්ත‍්‍රී පොලීසියෙන් අල්ලයි.. වෙඩි හුවමාරුවෙන් අයෙක් මරුට..

Monday, October 23rd, 2017

 lanka C news බස්නාහිර පළාත් සභාවේ එජාප මන්ත‍්‍රී රන්දීර් රොද‍්‍රිගු ඇතුළු පිරිසක් නිධානයක් කැඩීමට ගොස් සිටියදී පොලිස් විශේෂ කාර්ය බලකාය සමග සිදුව ඇති වෙඩි හුවමාරුවකින් පසු එක් පුද්ගලයකු මිය ගොස් ඇත. මෙම වෙඩි හුවමාරුව සිදුව ඇත්තේ දිවුලපිටිය, හේන්පිටගෙදර පාසල අාසන්නයේදී වන අතර යෙඩි හුවහාරුවෙන් තුවාල ලැබූ පුද්ගලයා රෝහල් ගත කිරීමෙන් පසු මිය ගොස් තිබේ. ඔහු […]

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Divulapitiya shootout: UNP Provincial Councilor among arrested

Monday, October 23rd, 2017

By Yusuf Ariff Courtesy Adaderana A member of the Western Provincial Council representing the United National Party (UNP) is among the seven suspects arrested following today’s shootout in Divulapitiya, sources told Ada Derana. According to the source, the provincial councilor is also related to a prominent Cabinet Minister in the incumbent government. One person was killed while […]

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Stand Against Racism -ජාතිවාදයට විරුද්ද වෙමු

Saturday, October 21st, 2017

If minorities are discriminated in Sri Lanka who can explain the following: Can you think of any country with a sizeable population where industry and property are dominated by the minority communities?  Colombo the commercial hub of Sri Lanka, its population is dominated by Tamils and Muslims leaving Sinhalese in the minority  The […]

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Sri Lanka should resist UNHCR pressure

Friday, October 20th, 2017

Upali Cooray An American, garbed in orange jumpsuit, ostensibly calculated to echo the garb of al Qaeda insurgents apprehended and imprisoned by the United States. He kneels down next to a man dressed in all black, his face covered, and a knife in hand. For many, this has become a lasting image of the terrorist […]

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SRI LANKA: Police attempt to extra-judicially kill an innocent man

Friday, October 20th, 2017

ASIAN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION – URGENT APPEALS PROGRAMME Dear friends, The Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has received information about the extra-judicial attempt to kill Mr. Pathirana Champika Kumara Jayatunga (28), a resident of Biyagama Police division by SFT Officers. The victim went out with his friend to purchase a new vehicle. Their rented van […]

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SRI LANKA: Fourteen-year-old child tortured by Moratuwa Police

Friday, October 20th, 2017

ASIAN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION – URGENT APPEALS PROGRAMME Dear Friends, The Asian Human Rights Commission has received information regarding the case of 14-year-old Kahingala Waduge Kanidu Minsara Silva, who was illegally arrested, detained and tortured by the Moratuwa Police Station on 10 October 2017. Minsara is a student at Uyana Kanishta Vidyalaya. On October 8, […]

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Alleged Killing Of 18 Navy and 8 Army Prisoners by LTTE In Jan 2009

Friday, October 20th, 2017

By D.B.S. Jeyaraj Courtesy The Daily Mirror President Maithripala Sirisena held successive discussions with two Tamil delegations in Colombo on Thursday (19) on the issue of Tamils detained in various prisons under the Prevention of Terrorism Act(PTA) in general and the hunger strike undertaken by three such detainees at the Anuradhapura Prison in particular. The focus […]

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War crimes: GR highlights confusion over civilian death toll ‘Very basis of move to change Constitution disputed’

Friday, October 20th, 2017

by Shamindra Ferdinando Courtesy The Island Wartime Defence Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa yesterday said that the very basis of the controversial Geneva Resolution 30/1 had been strongly disputed by Michael Morris, Baron Naseby, PC, during a debate on Sri Lanka in the British parliament Thursday last week. Sri Lanka co-sponsored Resolution 30/1 in Oct 2015, in spite […]

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No freedom of expression as bragged: SLPP

Thursday, October 19th, 2017

Lahiru Pothmulla Courtesy The Daily Mirror The Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna (SLPP) said today, Anika Wijesuriya, a key witness in the Bond investigation had left the country due to death threats though the government said it had enabled an environment where anyone could criticize anyone without being subjected to intimidation. SLPP Chairman Prof. G.L. Peiris said […]

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SRI LANKA: Innocent man abducted by Blue Police Van in the heart of Colombo

Thursday, October 19th, 2017

ASIAN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION – URGENT APPEALS PROGRAMME Dear Friends, The Asian Human Rights Commission has received information regarding Mr. Nalaka Danushka Kumara (33) of Moragasmulla, Rajagiriya. He is a resident in the Rajagiriya Police Division. He was abducted by a group of powerfully-built men in a Blue Van at 7 p.m. on 15 October […]

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