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Sangaree on the killings by the LTTE in Jaffna

Sangaree on the killings by the LTTE in Jaffna

[b]Colombo, 19 October, (Asiantribune.com): [/b]The assassinations of the Principals of two leading Colleges in Jaffna is a condemnable act and should be condemned by everybody said V.Anandasangaree, the leader of the Tamil United Liberation Front (TULF).

He pointed out, “These killings have sent a shock waves through out the Teaching Commun

Sri Lanka Jama'ath-e-Islami sending doctors to treat Pakistan earth quake victims

Sri Lanka Jama'ath-e-Islami is sending 13 medical personnel to Pakistan to provide medical relief to the quake victims.

Journalists defy Nepal’s restrictive media ordinance

Nepalese journalists have defied the restrictive media ordinance announced by Nepal’s royalist government on October 9 by continuing to carry news and opinions critical of King Gyanendra and have called for nationwide defiance of the same from fellow journalists.Post your comment

Time for a new LTTE leadership

Ravi Randeniya, a resident of Canada writes to Asian Tribune that Sinhalese will listen to a new Tamil leadership - not to Prabakaran and his cronies. He asserted that it is now time for a new LTTE leadership.Post your comments

China's national game Wushu for 2008 Beijing Olympics

By Mendaka Abeysekera - Reporting from Beijing

Finally, International Olympic Committee (IOC) has
decided to include a Wushu competition for 2008
Beijing Olympic Games.

Mahinda Rajapakse rejected Tigers' homeland concept and indicated no key role for Norway in peace facilitation

Sunil C. Perera - Reporting from Sri Lanka

Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapakse declared that he strongly believed in achieving peace without going to war and rejected the Tamil rebels’ concept of traditional homeland. He further indicated that Norway would no longer play a key role as a peace facilitator, while addressing an event held at the Bandaranaike International Memorial Conference hall, where he released his election manifesto yesterday morning.Post your comments

ONE SYMBOL ONE COLOUR ONE NATION

SINCE THE END OF BRITISH RULE SRI LANKA AND SRI LANKANS FACE A MESS WITH THEIR OWN PEOPLE AS IT IS WHAT BRITISH LEFT AFTER A 200 UEARS IN RULE IN ASIA?CONFLICTS?

MARSHALL LAW IN NORTH OF SRI LANKA

WE STRONGLY URGE FROM THS UNITED STATES TO INFLUNCE AND SUPPORT SRI LANKA GOVERNMENT TO DEPLOY MILITRAY AND MARSHAL LAW IN NORTH.

THE LTTE KILLINGS ARE GETTING HIGHER AND EACH DAY INNOCENT PEOPLES ARE KILLED BY LTTE IN COLD BLOOD.AS PEACE LOVING PEOPLE WE CANNOT TURN A BLIND EYE TO THSES RUTHLESS AND MEANINGLESS KILLINGS BY THE LTTE AND WE.STRONGLY URGED TO THE SRI LANKA GOVERNMENT TO DECLAIR M

Mahinda Rajapakse rejected Tigers' homeland concept.........

[b]Mahinda Rajapakse rejected Tigers' homeland concept and indicated no key role for Norway in peace facilitation[/b]

Sunil C. Perera - Reporting from Sri Lanka

[b] Colombo, 19 October, (Asiantribune.com):[/b] Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapakse declared that he strongly believed in achieving peace without going to war and rejected the Tamil rebels’ concept of traditional homeland.

Time for a new LTTE leadership

[b]Time for a new LTTE leadership[/b]

Ravi Randeniya, a resident of Canada writes to Asian Tribune that Sinhalese will listen to a new Tamil leadership - not to Prabakaran and his cronies.

Journalists defy Nepal’s restrictive media ordinance

[b]Journalists defy Nepal’s restrictive media ordinance[/b]

[b]Khatmandu, 19 October, (Asiantribune.com): [/b]Nepalese journalists have defied the restrictive media ordinance announced by Nepal’s royalist government on October 9 by continuing to carry news and opinions critical of King Gyanendra and have called for nationwide defiance of the same from fellow journalists.

“There is no que

Sangaree on the killings by the LTTE in Jaffna

The assassinations of the Principals of two leading Colleges in Jaffna is a condemnable act and should be condemned by everybody, said V.Anandasangaree, the leader of the Tamil United Liberation Front.Post your comments


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