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WHITHER THE OPPOSITION?
Sri Lanka Daily News

WHITHER THE OPPOSITION?

It is clear that the UPFA, with or without the JNP led by Wimal Weerawansa, is going to win the Uva Provincial Council Elections on September 20th. What has to be decided is the majority that the UPFA would gain at the elections. The JHU is not in ... Sri Lanka Daily News, 2 weeks ago
Election fever, Uva and beyond The Nation.lk, 3 weeks ago

Can North Rule Sri Lanka? Possible

le ction procedure is flexed in such a manner the day is not too far away, when the Northern Province determines the declaration of the next President of Sri Lanka. Token assistance will be required from the Eastern Province to make it definitive ...
 Daily Mirror Sri Lanka1 month ago

TNA taken to task for pro-LTTE stance

by The TNA came under fire from Digamadulla UPFA MP Perumpulli Hewage Piyasena, one-time TNA parliamentarian and Pradeshiya Sabha chairman, for its pro-LTTE and anti-government stance detrimental to the interests of Tamils. Instead of ...
 Sunday Observer2 days ago
Sri Lanka Island

Norway reveals LTTE human shields at the onset of eelam war IV

GoSL, civil society yet to conduct comprehensive study August 26, 2014, 7:35 pm by Shamindra Ferdinando The recently launched Narrative III examined eelam war IV (August 2006-May 2009) with the focus on the plight of the Vanni civilian ...
 Sri Lanka Island1 month ago
Sri Lanka Island

A strategic LTTE-TNA miscalculation and events leading to eelam war IV

A strategic LTTE-TNA miscalculation and events leading to eelam war IV August 19, 2014, 8:00 pm The Marga Institute and Consortium of Humanitarian Agencies (CHA) recently launched Issues of Truth and Accountability Narrative iii Last Stages ...
 Sri Lanka Island1 month ago

Blistering Drought Leaves the Poorest High and Dry

Aid , Asia-Pacific , Climate Change , Development & Aid , Economy & Trade , Editors' Choice , Environment , Featured , Food & Agriculture , Headlines , Health , Humanitarian Emergencies , Population , Poverty & MDGs , Projects , Regional Categories ...
 Inter Press Service1 day ago

Govt Rides On India, Polls Backing

By Easwaran Rutnam Tamil Nadu made a lot of noise on Sri Lanka ahead of the UN General Assembly (UNGA) and the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC), but it seemed Sri Lanka had the last laugh. Last week was a crucial week for Sri Lanka both at the ...
 Sri Lanka Sunday Leader3 days ago

Rain has ceased, but drizzle persists

Five years after the end of the Eelam War, the major constituent party of the country's principal Tamil political grouping, the Illankai Tamil Arasu Kachchi (ITAK) last week passed a resolution at its annual convention in Vavuniya again calling for ...
 The Nation.lk1 week ago

The Scotland vote and Sri Lanka

On the face of it, the referendum held last week on the future of Scotland and therefore the future of the British union, has some relevance for Sri Lanka. After all it was about separation. This is why it excited the Eelamist commentariat. The fact ...
 The Nation.lk1 week ago

[CITIZENS Mail - (18-09-2014)]

The President believed in valour, not pomp It was an outstanding government that was formed in the year 2005 to outperform the predecessors, a meritocracy in a democracy. Meritocracy is a government formed of people with praiseworthy qualities if ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News1 week ago
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