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Karuna on a collision course with Sri Lanka Government.

[b]Karuna on a collision course with Sri Lanka Government.[/b]

[b]Colombo, 27 February, (Asiantribune.com):[/b] Colonel Kauna in a combative mood adamantly refuses to disarm.

Agreement reached in Geneva with LTTE amounts to amendment to the Ceasefire Agreement - Sri Lanka delegation.

From our Colombo Correspondent

The Head of the Government delegation to Geneva talks, Minister Nimal Siripala de Silva said on Sunday that Government will take all necessary steps to fulfill its undertaking to ensure that no group other than the Security Forces will carry arms or conduct armed operations.Post your comments

Roar of the Tamil Tigers

They apologized when they came knocking on her door one night. The Toronto woman won't say if the grass outside was green or covered in autumn leaves. All she will divulge is that the men came sometime before winter began last year, and they asked for a monthly donation of $50 for the "Tamil cause."Post your comments

Coup to oust Hakeem from SLMC leadership?

By Munza Mushtaq – Reporting for Asian Tribune

Dissidents of the Sri Lanka Muslim Congress (SLMC) are contemplating to stage a coup against their former Party by ousting its present leader Rauff Hakeem and other hierarchy members.Post your comments

Ceasefire between the Government of India and Manipur underground groupss unacceptable – Manipur CM

By T .Siamchinthang - Asian Tribune

The Manipur chief minister O Ibobi Singh has clarified that the cease-fire maintained between the Indian Government and some tribal insurgent groups of the Manipur state was not acceptable as it lacks the consent of the state government.

In an Akha Village: Living Among Largest Hill Tribe

By Antonio Graceffo

"Every Akha village has two gates," Explained my host, Daniel McMartin, a man who has lived with and advocated for the Akha for more than thirteen years. "One at each end." The bamboo gate, which keeps out evil spirits, seemed simple enough.

Criticizing peace effort (In Sri Lanka) is just trendy.

The article written by Mahinda Weerasinghe of the so called World Alliance for Peace in Sri Lanka (WAPs), which appeared in the Ny Tid (New Times) a Norwegian language weekly, was sharply criticized as badly documented with crassly employed langue. It was further pointed out that the article showed in a lack of insight concerning diplomatic and political relations in general and, worse, it contributes less in constructive ideas and methods that would strengthen peace effort of Norway.Post your comments

Criticizing peace effort (In Sri Lanka) is just trendy.

[b]Criticizing peace effort (In Sri Lanka) is just trendy.[/b]

The article written by Mahinda Weerasinghe of the so called World Alliance for Peace in Sri Lanka (WAPs), which appeared in the Ny Tid (New Times) a Norwegian language weekly, was sharply criticized as badly documented with crassly employed langue.

Coup to oust Hakeem from SLMC leadership?

[b]Coup to oust Hakeem from SLMC leadership?[/b]

By Munza Mushtaq – Reporting for Asian Tribune

Colombo, 27 February, (Asiantribune.com): Dissidents of the Sri Lanka Muslim Congress (SLMC) are contemplating to stage a coup against their former Party by ousting its present leader Rauff Hakeem and other hierarchy members.

Most of these rebels who left the SLMC due to 'differences of opinion

Roar of the Tamil Tigers

[b]Roar of the Tamil Tigers[/b]

They apologized when they came knocking on her door one night. The Toronto woman won't say if the grass outside was green or covered in autumn leaves.

Agreement reached in Geneva with LTTE amounts to amendment

[b]Agreement reached in Geneva with LTTE amounts to amendment to the Ceasefire Agreement - Sri Lanka delegation.[/b]

From our Colombo Correspondent

Colombo, 27 February, (Asiantribune.com) The Head of the Government delegation to Geneva talks, Minister Nimal Siripala de Silva said on Sunday that Government will take all necessary steps to fulfill its undertaking to ensure that no group other

Karuna on a collision course with Sri Lanka Government.

Colonel Krauna in a combative mood adamantly refuses to disarm. The renegade Tamil militant leader told on Sunday that his group refuses to lay down arms and will end a unilateral ceasefire and fight the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) if attacked.Post your comments


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