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Kadirgamar’s call for “Norway to quit” - finds support .....

[b]Kadirgamar’s call for “Norway to quit” - finds support in the midst of the Tamil leadership.[/b]

Sugeeswara Senadhira – Bureau Chief, Asian Tribune, Colombo

[b]Colombo, 05 July, (Asiantribune.com):[/b]The leaders of democratic Tamil parties in Sri Lanka have endorsed the demand that the Tamil rebels should allow democracy and pluralism in rebel held territory.

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Kadirgamar’s call for “Norway to quit” - finds support in the midst of the Tamil leadership.

Sugeeswara Senadhira – Bureau Chief, Asian Tribune, Colombo

The leaders of democratic Tamil parties in Sri Lanka have endorsed the demand that the Tamil rebels should allow democracy and pluralism in rebel held territory.Post Your Opinion

Japan to lift visa restriction on Chinese tourists

By Mendaka Abeysekera - Reporting from Beijing

Japan has decided to lift visa restrictions on Chinese tourist groups, from earlier limited areas to the entire country.

UNP will not oppose the P-TOMS - Deputy General Secretary Tissa Attanayaka

From Sunil C. Perera - from Colombo

Deputy Secretary General of United National Party, Tissa Attanayaka, told the Asian Tribune that the UNP would not oppose the P-TOMS but he added that the UNP would insist on changes to certain provisions in the P-TOMS.

Deep Impact smashes all expectations

David L Chandler, Pasadena - NewScientist.com news service

Comet Tempel 1 has smashed into the Deep Impact probe, producing a blast of light that prompted the mission control room at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California, US, to erupt into cheers and applause.

Portuguese: Religious conversion and ending Tamils’ Sovereignty.

By: K. T. Rajasingham

Before going in detail about the origin of the Tamil Kings, it is important to come to terms with the geographical formation of the Jaffna peninsula. It was Mudaliyar C. Rasanayagam, an erudite scholar, who first to wrote about the formation of the Jaffna peninsula in his "Yarlpana Charitiram." (History of Jaffna) published in 1933. This is a new concept and so far no one has come forward to deny the detail of the geographical proposition of the Peninsula by Mudaliyar Rasanayagam.

Africa A Tops Agenda Of Rich Nation Summit

Neville de Silva - Diplomatic Editor Asian Tribune

Eliminating poverty particularly in Africa will be the main concern of leaders of the G8-the eight rich industrialised nations-when they meet in Gleneagles, Scotland for a three-day summit starting on Wednesday.

Kadirgamar’s call for “Norway to quit” - finds support in the midst of the Tamil leadership.

Sugeeswara Senadhira – Bureau Chief, Asian Tribune, Colombo

The leaders of democratic Tamil parties in Sri Lanka have endorsed the demand that the Tamil rebels should allow democracy and pluralism in rebel held territory.Post Your Opinion

Japan to lift visa restriction on Chinese tourists

By Mendaka Abeysekera - Reporting from Beijing

Japan has decided to lift visa restrictions on Chinese tourist groups, from earlier limited areas to the entire country.

UNP will not oppose the P-TOMS - Deputy General Secretary Tissa Attanayaka

From Sunil C. Perera - from Colombo

Deputy Secretary General of United National Party, Tissa Attanayaka, told the Asian Tribune that the UNP would not oppose the P-TOMS but he added that the UNP would insist on changes to certain provisions in the P-TOMS.

Deep Impact smashes all expectations

David L Chandler, Pasadena - NewScientist.com news service

Comet Tempel 1 has smashed into the Deep Impact probe, producing a blast of light that prompted the mission control room at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California, US, to erupt into cheers and applause.

Portuguese: Religious conversion and ending Tamils’ Sovereignty.

By: K. T. Rajasingham

Before going in detail about the origin of the Tamil Kings, it is important to come to terms with the geographical formation of the Jaffna peninsula. It was Mudaliyar C. Rasanayagam, an erudite scholar, who first to wrote about the formation of the Jaffna peninsula in his "Yarlpana Charitiram." (History of Jaffna) published in 1933. This is a new concept and so far no one has come forward to deny the detail of the geographical proposition of the Peninsula by Mudaliyar Rasanayagam.

Africa A Tops Agenda Of Rich Nation Summit

Neville de Silva - Diplomatic Editor Asian Tribune

Eliminating poverty particularly in Africa will be the main concern of leaders of the G8-the eight rich industrialised nations-when they meet in Gleneagles, Scotland for a three-day summit starting on Wednesday.


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