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LTTE conveys through Norway the failure of the Government to

[b]LTTE conveys through Norway the failure of the Government to disarm Karuna Group.[/b]

[b]Colombo, 20 March, (Aaiantribune.com):[/b]Erik Solheim has informed the Government of Sri Lanka that the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam has conveyed about attacks against their cadres are continuing and so far the Sri Lanka Government has failed to take any appropriate action, as agreed in the last ta

LTTE conveys through Norway the failure of the Government to disarm Karuna Group.

Erik Solheim has informed the Government of Sri Lanka that the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam has conveyed about attacks against their cadres are continuing and so far the Sri Lanka Government has failed to take any appropriate action, as agreed in the last talks held in Geneva, to disarm Karuna’s group in the East. Post your comments

Jayadevan on warpath challenging Pottu Amman and his dirty 'chamchas'

In an open letter released to the press, R Jayadevan of London, has condemned the calculated false propaganda systematically unleashed against him by Pottu Amman, the chief of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam’s Intelligence Agency and by his agents in Oslo, Norway.Post your comments

Britain's answer to separatism – Lessons for us

By Vasantha Raja

President Rajapakse's recent comments on the British-model of power devolution have provoked a healthy debate. He has vaguely expressed his willingness to follow the British way to pacify separatism within a unitary setup. Interestingly, many commentators from both sides have responded negatively. 'British circumstances are different; therefore inappropriate for us' is the crux of their arguments. Post your commentsPost your comments

Export of ornamental fish on the hold for want of space in the air-carriers

Sunil C. Perera, Reporting from Colombo

The Association of Live Tropical Fish Exporters say that they have lost over 75 million of rupees during the last four weeks, due to the non availability of air cargo spaces for their commodities in the international airlines.

Seven killed in Pakistan bomb blast

By Iqbal Hussain Khan Yousafzai – Reporting from Islamabad

At least seven persons including six security officials were killed in a bomb blast on Sunday in Dera Ismail Khan, some 300 kilometers from the capital Islamabad.Post your comments

PAFFREL - Hand in Glove with 'Separatist Outfit?'

Thaha M.Muzami, General Secretary of the Sri Lanka Muslim Media Forum while chiding the ulterior motives behind the chicanery of Kingsley Rodrigo and his People's Action for Free and Fair Elections' (PAFFREL) recent statement claiming about the existence of Muslim armed groups has also raised doubts whether Rodrigo and his election monitoring outfit PAFFREL is actually working hand-in-glove with the 'Separatist Otfit.'Post your comments

Erik Solheim/ LTTE Complains through Anton Balasingham

We have had enough of these complaints in favour of this Terrorists from this individual E.Solheim.It seems that he doesnot understand the basic principals of Democracy,Freedom of Speech,Wimal Weerawansa has the right to express his opinion,he cannot curtail until Erik Solheim or Norway introduces certain Dictortorial Clauses for the definition of Democracy to suit their method of Peace brokering.

Witchhunt of Sri Lankan newspaper for allegedly breaching &q

[b]Witchhunt of Sri Lankan newspaper for allegedly breaching "national security"[/b]

By W.A.

PAFFREL - Hand in Glove with 'Separatist Outfit?'

[b]PAFFREL - Hand in Glove with 'Separatist Outfit?'[/b]

[b]Colombo, 20 March, (Asiantribune.com):[/b] Thaha M.Muzami, General Secretary of the Sri Lanka Muslim Media Forum while chiding the ulterior motives behind the chicanery of Kingsley Rodrigo and his People's Action for Free and Fair Elections' (PAFFREL) recent statement claiming about the existence of Muslim armed groups has also raised

Seven killed in Pakistan bomb blast

[b]Seven killed in Pakistan bomb blast [/b]

By Iqbal Hussain Khan Yousafzai – Reporting from Islamabad

[b]Islamabad, 20 March, (Asiantribune.com):[/b] At least seven persons including six security officials were killed in a bomb blast on Sunday in Dera Ismail Khan, some 300 kilometers from the capital Islamabad.

The bomb was planted on Dera-Bannu Road by unknown miscreants and was blown

Britain's answer to separatism – Lessons for us

[b]Britain's answer to separatism – Lessons for us[/b]

By Vasantha Raja

President Rajapakse's recent comments on the British-model of power devolution have provoked a healthy debate. He has vaguely expressed his willingness to follow the British way to pacify separatism within a unitary setup. Interestingly, many commentators from both sides have responded negatively.

Jayadevan on warpath challenging Pottu Amman and his dirty '

[b]Jayadevan on warpath challenging Pottu Amman and his dirty 'chamchas'[/b]

[b]London, 20 March, (Asiantribune.com):[/b] In an open letter released to the press, R Jayadevan of London, has condemned the calculated false propaganda systematically unleashed against him by Pottu Amman, the chief of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam’s Intelligence Agency and by his agents in Oslo, Norway.

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Bigger electricity bills after time change in Sri Lanka

By Munza Mushtaq – Reporting for Asian Tribune

The decision to reverse the country's time by half an hour is likely to cause a negative impact on electricity consumers, which would also pave the way for higher bills.


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