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  • Trinco goes to India under Yaha-palanaya

    Trinco goes to India under Yaha-palanaya

    The Pivithuru Hela Urumaya (PHU) today urged the government to hold a referendum and seek the people’s consent before signing any agreement to handover the Trincomalee Harbour to India who formed the LTTE Tamil terrorist sin Sri Lanka.

    It said …



  • Take Sampanthan to task

    Take Sampanthan to task

    Ranjith Soysa

    Media Spokesman

    Global Sri Lankan Forum

     
    Leader of the TNA and the official Opposition said at a recent counter terrorism conference in India that as many as 150,000 Tamils had been killed by the armed forces. While




  • Foreign Minister, Mangala Removed?

    Foreign Minister, Mangala Removed?

    Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mangala Samaraweera tipped to be removed from his portfolio soon. Samaraweera, widely popular as man of the Tamil Diaspora. In several occasions, Mangala tried to organized Tamil diaspora carnival in Colombo Sri Lanka to hurt sentiments


  • Hero Welcome

    Hero Welcome

    Rear Admiral Sarath Weerasekara, who lonely fought at LTTE Tamil tigers’ dens of UNHRC HQ in Geneva arrived in Sri Lanka on 30th March after attending number of meetings, workshops, introductory sessions and demonstrations in UNHRC meetings in Geneva. Mr. …



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  • FM Samaraweera v General Guneratne

    FM Samaraweera v General Guneratne

    By A Patabendige

    Foreign Minister Mangala Samaraweera (FM Sam) has a reputation for launching surprise attacks as any Biswal could vouch for. He has done so again when with sanctimonious concern for the Army, he launched a desperate, much convoluted


  • FM Samaraweera v General Guneratne

    FM Samaraweera v General Guneratne

    By A Patabendige

    (By Courtesy of Asian Tribune)

    Foreign Minister Mangala Samaraweera (FM Sam) has a reputation for launching surprise attacks as any Biswal could vouch for. He has done so again when with sanctimonious concern for the Army, he …


  • Watching Syria, seeing Sri Lanka

    Watching Syria, seeing Sri Lanka

    (Courtesy of The Island)

    By Sanja de Silva Jayatilleka

     It was not easy to watch the proceedings on Friday April 7that the UN Security Council’s emergency ‘open session’ on Syria without thinking of Sri Lanka, although the actual circumstances