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  • Ambassador Chung and xeroxable change

    Ambassador Chung and xeroxable change

    Aragalaya. Translatable as revolt, uprising, protest, agitation, struggle or even insurrection. Aragalaya is singular, but considering statements and actions it was certainly not marked by concert, ideological agreement, unity of purpose etc. Eclecticism was the signature of the rumbling. There …


  • Army in Welfare Mission in North

    Army in Welfare Mission in North

    While political and economic crisis in the island, the troops in North-East continued to support the everyday life of civilians in the region.
    Following are the list of welfare events:
    Members of the 17 (V) Vijayabahu Infantry Regiment handed out …





  • News again security  forces.

    News again security forces.

    Public Earnestly Urged Not to be Duped by Misleading & Malicious Media Reports

    It has been brought to notice that certain interested parties giving misleading and concocted interpretations and propagating baseless, unfounded and provocative allegations are attempting to discredit and …


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  • Questions for Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith

    Questions for Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith

    Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith is not only asking questions but making all sorts of wild allegations. Cardinal Malcolm also needs to answer some questions.

    Cardinal Malcom – Are you aware that within the course of 3 years the AG’s dept is …





  • Ambassador Chung and xeroxable change

    Ambassador Chung and xeroxable change

    Aragalaya. Translatable as revolt, uprising, protest, agitation, struggle or even insurrection. Aragalaya is singular, but considering statements and actions it was certainly not marked by concert, ideological agreement, unity of purpose etc. Eclecticism was the signature of the rumbling. …



  • The Aragalaya: a postscript

    The Aragalaya: a postscript

    Ranil Wickremesinghe is no longer president in an acting capacity. He is the president, period. Did someone say ‘I don’t know whether to laugh or cry?’ I am pretty sure someone did. Did someone say, ’who wudda thunk?’ Well, if …