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RANIL IT IS TIME TO RETIRE

THIS IS AN OPEN LETTER TO MR.RANIL WICKRAMASINGHE,THE LEADER OF THE UNP,

THE TIME HACE COME TO LOOK AND SELECT A NEW LEADER.A LEADER WHO CAN LEAD SRI LANKA TO PROSPECTS AND PEACE.EITHER UNP OR THE SLFP FOMER LEADERS FAILED TO ARCHIVE SUCH A GOAL BUT ONLY THEIR PERSONAL BENIFITS.MANY POLITICIANS FROM BOTH UNP AND SLFP WHO CAME TO POLITICAL ARENA WITH A HANDFULL OF INCOME ENDED UP FILLING THOUSA

Chandrika to drop a bomb on Mahinda Rajapakse in her farewell speech today?

President Chandrika Kumaratunga is expected to make her farewell speech to the nation today. She is expected to make a dignified exit from her 11-year-old office as the President of Sri Lanka.Post your comments

Indian PM asks Nepal King to revive political process

By M Rama Rao –Reporting from New Delhi

India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh held a meeting with Nepal King Gyandendra on the sidelines of Dhaka. The meeting was used as much to convey New Delhi's concern over the state of affairs in Nepal as to persuade the King not to stall the entry of Afghanistan into SAARC. Post your comments

Unexpected votes flowing in for Mahinda Rajapakse from the east –Chief campaign manager for the presidential candidate

By Anne Rodrigo - Asian Tribune

With the country going to polls on November 17, Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapakse’s Chief Campaign Manager said the Premier would garner an “unexpected” number of minority votes from the Eastern province and the upcountry areas. Post your comments

Nepal’s social organizations to challenge code of conduct at Int’l Court

Nepal's non-governmental organizations will challenge the controversial code of conduct introduced by the government last week at International Court. Post your comments

LTTE military commandeer Amparai ambushed and killed

Military cadres of the Tamileelam Makkal Viduthalai Puligal (TMVP) led by Vinayagamoorthy Muralitharan (Colonel Karuna) have ambushed and killed Suresh, LTTE’s military commander for Ampara. According to reliable information from TMVP sources, Suresh was ambushed and killed at Akkaraipattu when he was travelling on a motor cycle with his bodyguard in a remote jungle area. The incident happened on Monday 14th November 2005 around 12 noon.Post your comments

Nagas seem not valuing human lives: Imchen

Oken Jeet Sandham - Asian Tribune

Nagaland Minister for School Education Imkong L Imchen expressed serious concern on the recent spurt of violence in the State.

LTTE prosecution team failed to record statement of Mannar Bishop in the case of the three detained Sri Lanka police officers.

Inspector of Police P.Bhavani of the Tamil rebel outfit, Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam made a startling revelation before their district judge, that according to investigations the three Sri Lanka policemen arrested and held in custody by the LTTE in Kilinochchi belongs to a team of sharp shooters assembled by the Sri Lankan armed forces to penetrate into the LTTE controlled areas with hit-lists. Post your comments

US sponsors elephant project in Assam

By Lakhyajit Gohain

Two projects on “Mitigation of man-elephant conflict” in Assam in Northeastern India will get US sponsor. The cost of the two projects, supported by US Fish & Wildlife Service and to be carried out by the Forest Department of Assam and wildlife conservation NGOs jointly, is around 67,000 US dollar.

Industrial Technological Institute - the backbone of national industry, celebrates its Golden Jubilee

Q Perera - Reporting from Colombo

The Industrial Technology Institute (ITI) successor to the Ceylon Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research (CISIR) the premier multidisciplinary scientific research and service organization in Sri Lanka completed 50 years of service to the nation earlier this year, which have been established on 12th April 1955.

SEP debates radical “left” in Sri Lankan presidential ......

[b]SEP debates radical “left” in Sri Lankan presidential election campaign[/b]

By our correspondent – World Socialist Web Site

A debate last Wednesday in Colombo organised by the Lanka Left website in the lead-up to the November 17 presidential election in Sri Lanka provided an illuminating insight into the gulf between the Socialist Equality Party (SEP) and the various “left” parties tha

LTTE prosecution team failed to record statement of Mannar..

[b]LTTE prosecution team failed to record statement of Mannar Bishop in the case of the three detained Sri Lanka police officers.[/b]

[b]Colombo, 15 November, (Asiantribune.com): [/b]The Inspector of Police P.Bhavani of the Tamil rebel outfit, Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam made a startling revelation before their district judge, that according to investigations the three Sri Lanka policeme

LTTE military commandeer Amparai ambushed and killed

[b]LTTE military commandeer Amparai ambushed and killed[/b]

[b]Colombo, 15 November, (Asiantribune.com):[/b] Military cadres of the Tamileelam Makkal Viduthalai Puligal (TMVP) led by Vinayagamoorthy Muralitharan (Colonel Karuna) have ambushed and killed Suresh, LTTE’s military commander for Ampara.

Nepal’s social organizations to challenge code of conduct...

[b]Nepal’s social organizations to challenge code of conduct at Int’l Court[/b]

[b]Kathmandu, 15 November, (Asiantribune.com);[/b] Nepal's non-governmental organizations will challenge the controversial code of conduct introduced by the government last week at International Court.

Unexpected votes flowing in for Mahinda Rajapakse...........

[b]Unexpected votes flowing in for Mahinda Rajapakse from the east –Chief campaign manager for the presidential candidate[/b]

By Anne Rodrigo - Asian Tribune

[b]Colombo, 15 November, (Asiantribune.com): [/b]With the country going to polls on November 17, Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapakse’s Chief Campaign Manager said the Premier would garner an “unexpected” number of minority votes from the

Indian PM asks Nepal King to revive political process

[b]Indian PM asks Nepal King to revive political process [/b]

By M Rama Rao –Reporting from New Delhi

[b]New Delhi , 15 November, (Asiantribune.com):[/b] India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh held a meeting with Nepal King Gyandendra on the sidelines of Dhaka.

Chandrika to drop a bomb on Mahinda Rajapakse in her .......

[b]Chandrika to drop a bomb on Mahinda Rajapakse in her farewell speech today?[/b]

[b]Colombo, 15 November, (Asiantribune.com);[/b]President Chandrika Kumaratunga is expected to make her farewell speech to the nation today.

Ballot is better than the bullet for the Tamils – Douglas...

[b]Ballot is better than the bullet for the Tamils – Douglas Devananda M.P.[/b]

[b]Colombo, 15 November, (Asiantribune.com):[/b] In a last minute appeal to the Tamils to participate in the presidential election Douglas Devananda, the leader of the EPDP, says that he does not believe in remaining neutral at this juncture because the ballot can serve the Tamils better than the bullet.

Ballot is better than the bullet for the Tamils – Douglas Devananda M.P.

In a last minute appeal to the Tamils to participate in the presidential election Douglas Devananda, the leader of the EPDP, says that he does not believe in remaining neutral at this juncture because the ballot can serve the Tamils better than the bullet. Post your comments


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