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WHY PRABHA IS ANTI SINHALESE

THERE WAS A SRI LANKIAN SINHALESE POLICE OFFICER WORKING AT VVT POLICE STATION JAFFNE. HE WAS A HOMO SEXUAL THATS WHYHE GOT A TRANSFER FROM MATARA POLICE STATION. PRABHAKARAN WAS ABOUT 12 YEAR OLD THAT TIME. ONEDAY THIS SICK POLICE OFFICER DRAGGED YOUNG PRABHA AND SEXUALLY ASSAULTED HIM.

Oldest known humans just got older

Modern humans made their appearance 35,000 years earlier than we previously thought. According to new dates for two fossils found in Ethiopia almost 40 years ago, we have been around for 195,000 years.

CIA says Pak may use nukes in war with India

From M Rama Rao - Reporting for Asian Tribune from New Delhi

Dusting its old spin on Pak nuclear arsenal, America’s Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) says in its threat assessment report for the South Asian region that Islamabad could use nuclear weapons to counter India’s superiority in conventional weapons in the event of a war between the two neighbours.

Ruud Lubbers UNHCR Chief Resigns.

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Rudd Lubbers a former Prime Minister of The Netherlands tendered his letter of resignation yesterday to UN Secretary Genera Kofi Annan. He resigned because of a lack of confidence in him over sexual harassment allegations.

India entering intense political phase in the domestic scene

By M Rama Rao and DP Kamat in New Delhi

Indian is entering what is going to be a tumultuous phase this week with results in three crucial provincial assembly elections expected to have a bearing on the national political scene.

Sri Lanka President vow to be stern against those who destroy non-Buddhist religious institutions.

Our Correspondent reporting from Sri Lanka

Sri Lankan President Chandrika Kumaratunga lambasted the extremist Buddhist elements in the country who goes on a rampage attacking the other religious institutions and torching them.

Bush and Clinton arrives in Colombo and will visit the South, but not North and East

Former U.S. Presidents Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush Snr. arrived in Sri Lanka on Sunday evening, in a special flight, at the Katunayake International Airport, to assess the damage caused by the tsunami and explore opportunities for cooperating with the country in its rehabilitation and reconstruction efforts.

Talks between Indonesia and GAM starts on a positive note

Indonesia and Free Aceh Movement (GAM), the rebel Aceh outfit demanding for independence since 1976 December is meeting today for a second round of peace talks on a positive note, with a ceasefire and limited autonomy on the agenda for the restive region as both sides seek to end three decades of conflict.


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