Last Updated : 19-04-2014 03:19

 
 

Opinion

Mischievous Indian attempt to vilify Muslims here!

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Indian allegations of possible Muslim militant attacks in Sri Lanka over the hanging of a Bangladeshi political leader on December 12, 2013 was another mischievous attempt to portray the Muslims of Sri Lanka as being in conspiracy with militants and terrorists.

Hope and choice in the New Year - Editorial

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 As we moved into 2014, some people lavishly spent more than Rs. 20,000 per head for a few hours of revelry while many others were rummaging through garbage bins.

I’m also of the slfp old guard, how can i ignore them?

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President Mahinda Rajapaksa in an interview conducted via email stated that there can be “no one Policeman in the world” and questioned as to where those accusing the government of human rights violations were during the past three decades.

Actors and actresses nursing political ambitions

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Actress Geetha Kumarasinghe is determined to make her mark in politics, as if we aren't already in enough trouble.
Her ambition, as well as drive, seems to have grown by leaps and bounds since her initial disappointment at elections several years ago.

Lakshman Kadirgamar and problems of the post-colonial world

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On December 16, 2013  a seminar on ‘Democracy, Sovereignty and Terror:

socialism and the capitalist market economy

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In Sri Lanka, it is generally assumed that state takeover of the economy is a step towards ‘socialism’ and fair play

Editorial-The Year 2014: Ours to make it the best yet

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In a sense today is another day.  Just another day.  The sun came up like it did yesterday and as it will tomorrow.

‘Uncrowned King of Batticaloa’

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Joseph Pararajasingham who served as Batticaloa District MP for fifteen years was killed eight years ago on Christmas day. Had the Batticaloa parliamentarian been among the living, he would turn eighty in November 2014.

‘Cuba stands against politicisation of the UNHRC’

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Cuba has gained the membership of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC).  As a key ally of Sri Lanka, the country is now planning to play a major role at the March session of the UNHRC.

This country is the property of one cartel

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UNP MP Sujeewa Senasinghe who has been one of the most vociferous critics of both the government and the opposition speaks to the Daily Mirror about his views on the newly formed Leadership Council, the allegations of corruption against the government and much more.

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