Monthly Archives: August 2014

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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Sri Lankans Had a Great Time at Sri Lanka Foundation’s Sri Lanka Day

Good News From Jayam August 31, 2014        Please Scroll Down Sri Lankans Had a Great Time at  Sri Lanka Foundation’s  Sri Lanka Day Some of the hundreds of Sri Lankan performers have fun while waiting to join … Continue reading

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Exclusive interview with Subramanium Swami on TV Derana

EXCLUSIVE: UN human rights resolution is just a piece of paper – Subramanian Swamy August 19, 2014  09:26 pm    Senior Indian Politician Subramanian Swamy during an exclusive interview with Ada Derana this afternoon told that the Sri Lankan government has … Continue reading

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Captured LTTE Female Cadres

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A Lesson from Dr. Subramaniam Swamy to Sri Lanka’s minority Tamils and Muslims

Known for his candid demeanor and straight talk, Dr. Subramaniam Swamy did not mince his words during his eagerly awaited speech at the 4th consecutive Defense Seminar held at the Galadari Hotel from 18-20th August 2014. Encapsulating the gist of … Continue reading

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What the West/UN really want in pushing for Reconciliation & Accountability in Sri Lanka

Let’s stop fooling ourselves. We have by our own mistakes fallen into traps that could have been easily averted. Now, Sri Lanka faces an ‘international’ investigation though how ‘international’ it is needs to be questioned when it is the same … Continue reading

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