Non-Tamil minorities Playing Crucial Role in Reviving North Lanka’s Economy

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By P K Balachandran Published: 07th October 2014 06:03 AM JAFFNA: While the Tamil Diaspora and indigenous Sri Lankan entrepreneurs appear to be indifferent to the dire economic needs of the war-battered, Tamil-majority Northern Province, the island’s non-Tamil minorities are setting up … Continue reading

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President Obama “No negotiations with terrorists: Lethal force is what they understand” – Sri Lanka used military force to eliminate terrorists while rescuing 300,000 people

George Bush JNR once said ‘you are either with us, or you are with the terrorists’ – Sri Lanka took that advice. The key word is ‘terrorists’. Thankfully, LTTE became defined as terrorists not just in Sri Lanka but 32 … Continue reading

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Good News From Jayam:

Jayam, Roy and Sumana  at Sihina Lowak Soya On the set of Sihina Lowak Soya in Los Angeles with famed Movie Director Roy de Silva and his wife, actress Sumana Amarasinghe. This new movie will premiere in Hollywood on Saturday, … Continue reading

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Foundation of Goodness

To read more about the August Journey to the North Click here. August Highlights The Foundation of Goodness completed the Monitoring & Evaluation Programme conducted by Indira and Gaya and organized by the Planet Wheeler Foundation. This occasion was marked by a … Continue reading

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ITAK-TNA denying fundamental right of Sinhalese and Muslims to live in North Sri Lanka  

Chief Minister Wigneswaran says Tamil people have rejected separatism. That may be but what about Tamil politicians, have they rejected separatism is the more important unanswered question. Linked to this is the very ugly manner in which across the world … Continue reading

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United Nations’ National Human Development Report 2014 on Sri Lanka focuses on youth

Posted by Foreign Policy News in OP-ED, SOCIAL on August 27, 2014 10:33 AM / no comments By Salma Yusuf  Having been invited to speak at the launch event of the United Nations’ National Human Development Report 2014 on Sri Lanka, … Continue reading

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Reconciliation At Work

 


A group of Muslims collect water to be distributed to families affected by the drought. A Buddhist monk was among those who donated water to the group. – Picture by Lalith Perera

http://www.thesundayleader.lk/2014/08/23/reconciliation-at-work/

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