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U.S. Welcomes Sri Lanka Government - Tamil Tiger Commitment

[b]U.S. Welcomes Sri Lanka Government - Tamil Tiger Commitment to Cease-fire[/b]

Daya Gamage – US National Correspondent for Asian Tribune

[b]Washington, D.C.

Court of Appeal says nomination papers rejected on technical grounds must be accepted

By Munza Mushtaq – Reporting for Asian Tribune

The Court of Appeal has informed the Attorney General to create a
systematic programme to accept all nominations for the local
government elections which were rejected on technical reasons.Post your comments

The NLD'S Proposal for a power- sharing transition: A bold move forward for Burma

The Asia-Pacific Peoples' Partnership on Burma calls upon all governments of ASEAN and the Asian region, in particular China, India and Japan, to strongly endorse the National League for Democracy's power-sharing transition proposal, and advocate strongly for its adoption by Burma's military authorities.

JHU wants Ceasefire revised

By Munza Mushtaq – Reporting for Asian Tribune

The Jathika Hela Urumaya (JHU) today lodged their out right disapproval against the Government's decision to protect the Ceasefire Agreement at the recently concluded Geneva talks.Post your comments

Aung San Suu Kyi selected for Olof Palme 2005 Prize

Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, Opposition Leader of Myanmar and the Democracy icon of South Asia has been selected for the award of the Olof Palme Prize 2005 by the European Union.

Myanmar suspends Red Cross jail visits

By T Siamchinthang - Asian Tribune

The Myanmar government has suspended Red Cross visits to prisons and labor camps, a spokeswoman for the aid organization has revealed in Yangon.

Underprivileged students receives scholarships from Nuwara-Eliya Municipal Council

Sunil C. Perera and Geroge de Silva - Reporting from Nuwaraeliya

First time in the Sri Lankan local government history, underprivileged students in the Nuwara -Eliya Municipal limits receive helping hand from the Mayor of Nuwara-Eliya to complete their higher education up to their University education.

State sponsored rally against Chin National Army

BY T. Siamchinthang - Asian Tribune

In a bid to counter the banned Chin National Army’s (CNA) activities, the Burmese military regime has been trying to mobilize public opinion, albeit by force. The State Peace and Development Council (SPDC) sponsored a public rally against the CNA in Matupi, Chin state, Burma earlier this month.

Appreciation

Good.

Now they can show their appreciation by letting us buy a few 'daisy cutters' and loaning us a few of those B-52s and some Apaches!

8)

JHU wants Ceasefire revised

[b]JHU wants Ceasefire revised[/b]

By Munza Mushtaq – Reporting for Asian Tribune

[b]Colombo, 01 March, (Asiantribune.com):[/b] The Jathika Hela Urumaya (JHU) today lodged their out right disapproval against the Government's decision to protect the Ceasefire Agreement at the recently concluded Geneva talks.

JHU leader Ven.

Court of Appeal says nomination papers rejected on technical

[b]Court of Appeal says nomination papers rejected on technical grounds must be accepted[/b]

By Munza Mushtaq – Reporting for Asian Tribune

[b]Colombo, 01 March, (Asiantribune.com): [/b]The Court of Appeal has informed the Attorney General to create a systematic programme to accept all nominations for the local government elections which were rejected on technical reasons.

The court made

U.S. Welcomes Sri Lanka Government - Tamil Tiger Commitment to Cease-fire

Daya Gamage – US National Correspondent for Asian Tribune

The United States joined Japan, Norway and the European Union, known as the Co-chairs of the Tokyo Donors’ Conference, in welcoming the renewed commitment by the Government of Sri Lanka and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) to their 2002 cease-fire agreement, states a release issued here by the U.S. Department of State. Post your comments


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