Archive for December 30th, 2011

Looking Backward, Looking Forward

Friday, December 30th, 2011

MahamahaRaja 2011 has been an interesting year for Sri Lanka. Early on, it was the Moon Panel which dominated all discussion. Fortunately, this proved to be the farce that many predicted all along. Its inherent flaws were many and varied. Legally, it stood only on an unprecedented and undemocratic diktat from a disgruntled Secretary General […]

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Knowledge in Buddhism and Science

Friday, December 30th, 2011

Prof.N.A.de S.Amaratunga The quest for knowledge in India in the pre-Buddhist period had been quite intense and had continued with vigour during the Buddhist era. The methods that could be employed for gaining reliable knowledge had been the topic of discourse among the intelligentsia of that time. The Vedic writings had been the earliest to […]

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DILSHAN’S NEW YEAR GIFT TO SRI LANKAN CRICKET FANS!-DILSHAN IS NOT A TRADITIONAL SKIPPER BUT AN INNOVATIVE SKIPPER!

Friday, December 30th, 2011

By M D P DISSANAYAKE Tilekeratne Dilshan and the team had produced one of the best display of cricket in winning the second test in Kingsmead,  Durban.  Right from the outset the Sri Lankan team  was virtually written off by some local cricket commentators  as well as South African former cricketers , labeling them as  […]

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Editorial: OUR VIEWS Toward a foreign policy

Friday, December 30th, 2011

Asoka Weerasinghe Kings Grove Crescent . Gloucester . Ontario . Canada 30 December 2011 The Editor (Letters) THE OTTAWA CITIZEN Sir: I read your editorial; “Our Views Toward a Foreign Policy” with great interest.  Here’s my views on Canada’s Foreign policy which is driven by ethnic vote counts. Canada’s Foreign Policy on Sri Lanka has much to […]

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Making Sense of Social Business

Friday, December 30th, 2011

By Nava Thakuria  It was a dusky evening of November, 2010 when I met Bangladeshi Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus in his Grameen tower office. The date and time were fixed before I left Guwahati (a northeast Indian city) for Dhaka and it was my fourth meeting with the revolutionary banker to the poor. So […]

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