Last Updated : 24-09-2014 09:51

 
 

Opinion

uva Beginning of a change?

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What materialized at the elections held on Saturday, September 20 was the possibility number 3 as reasoned out in my last week’s column:

GBV: How can we end the scourge?

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There are many problems which pervade society, problems which have existed from long ago, and will exist long into the future,...

Rise in Price of Rice: Who Do We Call?

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In 2013, Sri Lanka earned close to US$6 million exporting 50,000 metric tonnes of rice on the back of a bumper harvest during the year producing 4.6 million metric tonnes.

eDITORIAL-Good governance vital for economic growth

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Sri Lanka has come a long way since the war ended in 2009. The country has seen a massive development in its infrastructure which includes highways,..

Uva releases many messages

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The Uva Provincial Council is a rehearsal for the coming Presidential and General elections.
Winning three electorates and increasing the vote base and closing........

‘Lands of extremes’ and the plight of their masses

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The Nigerian extremist rebel group Boko Haram  massacred several hundred villagers in north east Nigeria last month. Unfortunately, this follows the unprecedented kidnap of over 300 schoolgirls on April 14 in the troubled north. Some.....

Revamped Social Services vital for Sri Lanka

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There has been considerable progress over time in social legislation  and institutional development in this country with respect to a whole range of areas such as child protection, women’s affairs, labour relations........

EDITORIAL - CAN unqualified MPs pass laws requiring qualified MPs

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Matara District United National Party (UNP) parliamentarian Buddika Pathirana last week revealed an important fact about his colleagues, the legislators of Sri Lanka. According to Mr. Pathirana 142 out of the 225 members.......

Why Rajapaksas keep winning elections

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Voters tend to vote differently in Presidential and Parliamentary elections. However, given the public mood at the time and the absence of a convincing political alternative,..

TB The World at my feet

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A British company has offered $ 1000 million (Rs. 130,000 million) offer for my pair of shoes, Minister of Cultural Affiars T.B. Ekanayake said speaking about his broken...

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Ruwan resigns from NYF
Bank Union voices woes
Video: Tree falls on injuring three
Harin breaks record