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Opinion

Ratnapura Policeman’s public attack on a woman widely condemned This brutality a shame to Lanka

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In the aftermath of the Wariyapola incident where a young woman publicly assaulted a man who is alleged to have sexually harassed her,...

Children’s rights, equity and our common future

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Throughout history, the advance of civilization has been closely tied to the idea that all people have rights -- universal,...

EDITORIAL-What’s wrong in Int’l Schools teaching history and religion in English?

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Some big-wigs in the Government had lately lamented that international schools in Sri Lanka did not teach History and Religion.

Taking a Vital Cue from our Giant Neighbour

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The landmark judgment given by an Indian Court to incarcerate the all-powerful Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jeyaram Jayalalithaa, who commands demigod status among South Indians and who has been a thorn in the Sri Lankan.......

Pharma Mafia sabotages National Medicinal Drugs Policy

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Minister Maithripala Sirisena, who initially made a genuine effort to introduce the NMDP in line with WHO ratified Professor Senaka  Bibile’s proposals, recently presented a draft bill in a total deviation from the Bibile......

EDITORIAL - India metes out Justice irrespective of post or status

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Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and former South Indian actress Jayalalitha Jayaram has been handed over a four-year simple prison term with an Indian rupee one billion fine for her role in a high-profile corruption case.....

Good Governance Still Matters

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This is not just another commentary on the Uva PC elections.  Already many commentaries, including the present one, have appeared both in the electronic media as well as in the newspapers.  A close examination of the......

The long road to justice

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The conviction of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa in the disproportionate assets case by a Special Court in Bangalore is a significant vindication of a vital constitutional principle — that the rule of law be upheld for all......

Do honest judges have no place in the Judiciary? – Upul Jayasuriya

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The following is an excerpt from the speech delivered by Upul Jaysuriya, President of the Bar Association of Sri Lanka (BASL) at the opening of the refurbished auditorium under the name of Dr. H. W. Jayawardene on September 27.

EDITORIAL - Lessons for Lanka from Jayalaithaa conviction

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For political leaders, who seek power, prestige and popularity, personal gain or glory, by plundering the people’s wealth and resources, someday and in a devastating way, a great fall will come. That is a golden principle of life. So it was for Tamil Nadu’s......

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