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Events: INTERNATIONAL WOMEN CONFERENCE - SRI LANKA 2018 ‘WOMEN EMPOWERMENT AND LEADERSHIP IN POST-WAR CONTEXT’
Posted Date: 21/07/2018 (Saturday)
Jaffna Public Library, Jaffna, Sri Lanka.
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Events: 23rd Annual Charity Dinner
Posted Date: 07/07/2018 (Saturday)
Manor Park Hall, New Malden, Surrey KT3 6AU
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Events: SECOND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THIRUKKURAL AS AN ETHICAL CORPUS OF UNIVERSAL APPEAL
Posted Date: 27/06/2018 (Wednesday)
Andrew Walls Centre for the Study of African and Asian Christianity Liverpool Hope University, Tagga
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Events: A photographic exhibition by Sabes Sugunasabesan and Anna Laine.
Posted Date: 07/06/2018 (Thursday)
5th Base Gallery, 23 Henege Street, London E1 5LJ.
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Events: FREE Cancer Research UK Workshop for Carers
Posted Date: 05/06/2018 (Tuesday)
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Events: Tamil Male in Contemporary Society - Explored by ANBU (UK)
Posted Date: 29/05/2018 (Tuesday)
Rise London 41 Luke Street, London EC2A 4DP. Nearest tube: Old Street
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Events: Valai Ilai
Posted Date: 26/05/2018 (Saturday)
Daniels Spectrum Artscape, 585 Dundas St E, Toronto, ON M5A 2B7, Canada
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Events: Karl Marx 200th Birth Anniversary
Posted Date: 24/05/2018 (Thursday)
At Women's Education & Research Center, No-54, Dharmarama road, Wellawatte.
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News: IS THERE A BREAKDOWN IN GOVERNANCE? - EDITORIAL
Posted Date: 21/05/2018 (Monday)
The coalition government led by the UNP and a faction of the SLFP led by President Sirisena in the so-called ‘National Unity’ government came into power in January 2015 -a coming together of two political forces which have since their creation been diametrically opposed to each other. Unfortunately the coming together of two diametrically opposed political forces without either a common ideology or pragmatic programme of work was bound to flounder. And so it has come to pass. In the aftermath of the governing coalition’s defeat at the local government elections to the new political formation -the SLPP, led by immediate past President Rajapaksa, the unity
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News: Demilitarisation
Posted Date: 21/05/2018 (Monday)
The end of the war anniversary this month is once again polarizing the country. The losses are again being counted along ethnic lines, reinforcing notions of “war heroes” and “martyrs”. Remembering the war and the dead in this manner is providing few lessons and avenues towards seeking a peaceful and just future. With the changing political dispensation in the South this year, a new constitution to address the issues that underlie the conflict are no longer in sight. In side stepping the issue of a political settlement, the doors are widening again for majoritarianism and jingoism in the South.
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News: most welcome measure
Posted Date: 21/05/2018 (Monday)
The Government has decided to get rid of the menace of narcotics from schools by setting up drug counselling units in all the schools in the country. A month ago in the Eastern Province a student was caught at a road checkpoint by Police carrying narcotic pills in a three-wheeler to be distributed at his school. The investigation into the arrest of the student and the seizure of narcotic pills from his possession had revealed how the innocence of the school-goers has been exploited by the drug dealers.
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News: OMP to set up 12 regional offices to inquire into missing persons
Posted Date: 21/05/2018 (Monday)
The Office of Missing Persons (OMP) in Sri Lanka will set up 12 regional offices covering the entire country to receive information and complaints from families and other individuals of the missing persons, the OMP Chairman President’s Counsel Saliya Peiris told the media after the OMP held its second meeting in Matara. The newly-created OMP, which began public consultations on 12 May in Mannar, held its second public meeting at the Matara District Secretariat on Saturday (19).
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News: Chinese Roulette in Paradise Isle
Posted Date: 21/05/2018 (Monday)
Donald Trump first became a household name in the US for a book he claimed as his own but didn’t write – The Art of the Deal. Recently he learned a real life lesson in the art of the deal from a consummate master of the art of the deal – the Chinese. Last month Mr. Trump’s administration imposed sanctions on the Chinese technology giant, the ZTE, banning it from using American technology in making its phones. The Chinese government responded by agreeing to loan USD 500 million to a company with business links to the Trump family which is building a theme park in Indonesia. Days later Mr. Trump announced removing the sanctions against the ZTE
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News: Towards A Non-Political Party
Posted Date: 21/05/2018 (Monday)
How our political parties have kept their promises is well known, as is the downward march of our political culture. Beginning with scattered incidence of bribery, corruption, nepotism and inefficiency in the early post-independence era, these have today become the very definition of government. It was with fervent hope that the majority of the people voted the present government into power, but deep disappointment with it and the system of parties within which it is embedded, has made it necessary to contemplate a political structure beyond the traditional political party, that we might call a ‘Non-Political Party’. A non-political party requires us to rethink politics as we know it. Such a party is a loose
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News: Sri Lanka mostly repaying debt taken before 2015: Fin Min
Posted Date: 21/05/2018 (Monday)
Around 70 percent of the debt Sri Lanka is now repaying has been issued before 2015, Finance Minister Mangala Samaraweera said, showing the danger of debt driven economic activity with little private investment. Samaraweera said in 2017, 75 percent of the foreign debt repaid was for loans taken before 2015, rejecting a charge by ex-President Mahinda Rajapaksa that the current administration had taken large volume of loans. In 2018 Sri Lanka had to repay 2,845 million dollars in foreign aid, of which 1,789 million or 63 percent was taken before 2015. About 1,056 related to debt issued after 2015.
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Photos: Pictured: Victim, 28, who became London's 65th murder victim this year after being stabbed to death in the street
Posted Date: 21/05/2018 (Monday)
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Photos: Deception continues by the Sri Lankan Ministry of Defence
Posted Date: 21/05/2018 (Monday)
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Videos: Mullivaikal Remembrance Event By Tamils for Labour at Portcullis House, Westminster, UK
Posted Date: 21/05/2018 (Monday)
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Videos: முள்ளிவாய்க்கால் மண்ணில் மக்களுக்கு அஞ்சலி
Posted Date: 21/05/2018 (Monday)
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Videos: யாழ் பல்கலைக்கழக மாணவர்களின் உந்துருளி தீப ஊர்வலம்
Posted Date: 21/05/2018 (Monday)
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