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Why Norway is passive in dealing with LTTE? .............

[b]Why Norway is passive in dealing with LTTE?

Pak PM leaves for Seoul

By Iqbal Hussain Khan Yousafzai – Asian Tribune

Pakistani Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz left for Seoul on Wednesday on the first leg of his East Asian visit during which he will go to South Korea, Malaysia and Thailand.

Defense of Viginia Judge New South Wales MP lacks credibility

The statement made to the Parliament of New South Wales, Australia, by the Ms. Virginia Judge, on her return from a brief visit to Sri Lanka, caused a furore, with most of her critics challenging her on the misleading facts and figures quoted by her in defence of her LTTE hosts. Post your comments

What measures does Canada propose to take against Liberation Tigers Of Tamil Eelam?

In an e-mail communication sent to Ms. Anne McLellan, the Deputy Prime Minister of Canada, Sri Lanka United National Association of Canada has asked “we have yet to hear of any steps against Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, the terrorist organization in Canada, which allows it to conduct wide scale propaganda by operating several newspapers and broadcasting stations to shore up support and also raise funds for its terrorist warfare in Sri Lanka. Post your comments

Supreme Court issues interim injunction to hold back investigations on “Helping Hambanthota Account”

Sunil C. Perera - Reporting from Colombo

The Supreme Court of Sri Lanka issued an interim injunction to hold back the investigations carried out by the CID into the “Helping Hambantota Account.” Post your comments

China-India border issue meeting ended: No details released

By Mendaka Abeysekera - Reporting from Beijing

China -India ended their sixth meeting on border issue in Beijing
on Tuesday. But details of the talks were not released by either side.

India betrays a friend; sides with US in Iran Nuclear stand off

By Neeraj Nanda

The decision of India to support the US against Iran in the International Atomic Energy Authority (IAEA) is being seen as a big diplomatic breakthrough for the US. For the first time India abandoned a Third World country to favour the US and its European allies.Post your comments

UNP’s Presidential elections manifesto

The United National Party’s election manifesto of the Presidential Election was released on Tuesday. Ranil Wickremasinghe the Leader of the Opposition and the UNP presidential candidate officially releasd the 40 pages election manifesto at the party head office ‘Sri Kotha.Post your comments<

UNP’s Presidential elections manifesto

[b]UNP’s Presidential elections manifesto[/b]

[b]Colombo, 29 September, (Asiantribune.com):[/b] The United National Party’s election manifesto of the Presidential Election was released on Tuesday.

India betrays a friend; sides with US in Iran Nuclear stand

[b]India betrays a friend; sides with US in Iran Nuclear stand off[/b]

By Neeraj Nanda

The decision of India to support the US against Iran in the International Atomic Energy Authority (IAEA) is being seen as a big diplomatic breakthrough for the US.

Supreme Court issues interim injunction to hold back........

[b]Supreme Court issues interim injunction to hold back investigations on “Helping Hambanthota Account”[/b]

Sunil C.

What measures does Canada propose to take against Liberation

[b]What measures does Canada propose to take against Liberation Tigers Of Tamil Eelam?[/b]

In an e-mail communication sent to Ms.

Defense of Viginia Judge New South Wales MP lacks...........

[b]Defense of Viginia Judge New South Wales MP lacks credibility[/b]

The statement made to the Parliament of New South Wales, Australia, by the Ms. Virginia Judge, on her return from a brief visit to Sri Lanka, caused a furore, with most of her critics challenging her on the misleading facts and figures quoted by her in defence of her LTTE hosts.

Why Norway is passive in dealing with LTTE? - UN Secretary General asks

By Sugeswara Senadhira – Asian Tribune

United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan questioned about Norway’s passive role as a facilitator while dealing with violent acts including political assassinations and abduction of youths by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE). When Norwegian Foreign Minister Jan Petersen on Monday night had a meeting with the UN Secretary General at the UN headquarters in New York, Annan pointedly asked whether the Norwegian facilitators of the peace process have been too passive. Post your comments


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