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LTTE's Prabhakaran To Be Reported As 'Missing' 7 Years After His Death
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LTTE's Prabhakaran to be reported as 'missing' 7 years after h...

Prabhakaran, 54, was declared killed by Sri Lankan troops on May 19, 2009 in Mullaivaikkal in the northern Mullaithivu district. Colombo: With some Tamil nationalists in Sri Lanka believing that Velupillai Prabhakaran may still be alive, a Tamil National ... Asian Age, 1 month ago
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War of words Sarath Fonseka's take on his critics in the Army

Taking credit for the outcome of the war is continuing and with the launch of a book by Maj. Gen. Kamal Guneratne recently, the war victory has once again taken centrestage. In reply to our queries about Maj. Gen. Guneratne's war effort as narrated ...
 Daily Mirror Sri Lanka1 day ago

Why did the LTTE fail? Th...

he defeat in 2009 of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) which had overrun many huge military bases in the north and the east for over two decades would definitely have puzzled many in Sri Lanka as well as in other countries. It was an ...
 Daily Mirror Sri Lanka3 weeks ago Why did the LTTE fail?  South Asia Monitor3 weeks ago

WHY DID THE LTTE FAIL? THAMILINI'S ANSWERS

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Sri Lanka, Sept. 2 -- The defeat in 2009 of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) which had overrun many huge military bases in the north and the east for ...
 HT Syndication3 weeks ago

Restricted mouth opening

Upcoming SlideShare Loading in … 5 1. RESTRICTED MOUTH OPENING DUE TO RARE UNKNOWN CAUSE. Dr. Anushan Madushanka…BDS, MD/OMFS, MFDRCSI.. Senior Registrar inOMF surgery. Colombo south teaching hospital Sri Lanka 2. • Mouth opening is a ...
 SlideShare.net4 weeks ago

For the Palmyrah to bloom...

By Dishan Joseph The Northern Province of Sri Lanka is a vast and often arid region, marked with lush green areas of cultivation that once boasted of bountiful harvests. Ancient Rajadhanis flourished here centuries ago, beautifully consummating ...
 Sunday Observer1 month ago

Remembering Sencholai Massacre victims

The 10th anniversary of the `Sencholai Massacre', in which 53 schoolgirls and three teachers were killed, was marked in Jaffna on Sunday (14). Parents and relatives of the victims lit candles, while the Remembrance flame was ignited by the ...
 Ceylon Today1 month ago

Anglican Antiquity

The Right Rev. James Chapman DD (1845-1861) Religion and divine worship have sustained communities for centuries, enhancing the spiritual lifestyle of people. The Anglican Ministry was introduced to Ceylon after the British took control initially ...
 The Nation.lk1 month ago

Open a chapter to reading habits

Today, we live in the digital era of surfing the internet for information. E-books are steadily becoming a point of reference. John Kennedy opined, Reading maketh a full man. Reading also produces a man of patience. A library is a knowledge hub ...
 The Nation.lk1 month ago

Triangle Zone for Palmyrah products

Northern Province Chief Minister C.V. Wigneswaran claimed that the government had neglected the Palmyrah industry. He said the government had failed to create the right marketing opportunities for Palmyrah products and enhance the livelihoods of ...
 Ceylon Today2 months ago
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