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Better to keep Erik Solheim the LTTE spokesman in the correc

What is all this fuss about this man Solheim ,he is only messenger as far as Sri Lanka is considered,he has only to be observer without making rulings at the Peace Conference.We are not slaves of Solheim.It is a pity that Solheim has brought severe damage to the good name of Norway by going to help a Terrorrist Org,for his own benefits.

Canadian Tamil salute media, Human Rights Watch for helping to ban the LTTE

the Canadian media, the Tamils, the Human Rights Watch and the non-Tamil organizations that contributed to the banning of LTTE the Canadian Tamils for Democracy has urged that in implementing the new laws the rights of the Tamils should be protected.Post your comments

Britain warns against traveling to Sri Lanka's Northeast

Britain has rushed its latest 'Travel Advisory' against traveling to the North and East of Sri Lanka, subsequent to a two-day continuous bombing incidents. The 'Advisory' issued an overall warning on the escalating violence incidents, unleashed by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam in Sri Lanka.Post your comments

Staff on War Path with U.N. Chief

By Thalif Deen - Inter Press Service

The 5,000-strong U.N. Staff Union, which has publicly expressed anger and frustration over its frayed relationship with senior management in the Secretariat, wants to turn to the 191 member states for help to redress their grievances.

Non-schooling, early drop out and high absenteeism in selected communities in Sri Lanka.

Sunil C. Perera - Reporting from Colombo

A recent study found in Sri Lanka states that 60.8 per cent of children comprised of those who had never been to school [15.7%] and those who had dropped out [44.7%] The study revealed that the the percentage of children out of school was relatively higher among Sri Lanka Tamil and Plantation Tamil Children.Post your comments

Sri Lankans celebrate Sinhala-Hindu New Year in Las Vegas

Daya Gamage – US National Correspondent for Asian Tribune

with their own family members, friends and neighbors in celebrating the Sinhala/Hindu New Year every mid-April, the new year celebration organized by their association in Las Vegas in the State of Nevada in U.S. coincided with two giant steps it took this year.

Continued Ceasefire violations by the LTTE condemned - Prime Minister Ratnasiri Wickremanayake

Violation of Ceasefire Agreement by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, the separatist rebel outfit of Sri Lanka, reflects its lack of sincerity, alleged Sri Lanka’s Prime Minister Ratnasiri Wickremanayake. The continued killings by the LTTE in violation of the agreement reached in Geneva during the first round highly condemnable, the Sri Lankan Prime Minister underlined.Post your comments

The orgy of killing by the LTTE continued for the second consecutive day

The orgy of killing by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) continues yesterday for the second consecutive day, as ten sailors and a civilian bus driver of the Sri Lanka Navy were feared dead and nine others were seriously injured. Sri Lanka Government in a strongly worded statement condemned the unprovoked killings by the LTTE, 'an act of blatant violation of the Ceasefire.'Post your comments

Reverting the clock back by 30 mts on Friday 14 April.

Sri Lanka will revert back its clocks by 30 minutes on Friday midnight, the auspicious Hindu and Tamil New Year day celebrated in the country. This will mark a birth of a new time zone.The sunrise that presently fluctuates between 6.24 am and 7.00 am would shift to be between 5.54 am and 6.00 am respectively. The sunset that fluctuates between 6.20 pm and 7.02 pm will shift to be between 5.50 pm and 6.32 pm respectively.

Trekking With the Rangers of Bokor; Adventure Writer Back on an Adventure

By Antonio Graceffo

"So I’ll just wait here then?" I shouted in the general direction of where I had last seen Ranger Veriak melting into the trees. "OK," I added, as if I had a choice. "Take your time."

Canadian Tamil salute media, Human Rights Watch for helping

[b]Canadian Tamil salute media, Human Rights Watch for helping to ban the LTTE [/b]

[b]Toronto, 12 April, (Asiantribune.com): [/b]Thanking the Canadian media, the Tamils, the Human Rights Watch and the non-Tamil organizations that contributed to the banning of LTTE the Canadian Tamils for Democracy has urged that in implementing the new laws the rights of the Tamils should be protected.

Can

THANK YOU CANADA BUT NOT ENOUGH

DEAR CANADIANS AND THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA EVEN THOUGH IT IS TOO LATE WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK YOU FOR THE BAN OF LTTE IN CANADA

BUT....

IT IS NOT ENOUGH AS THEIR ARE MANY FRONTIER LTTE ORGANIZATIONS STILL FUNTION IN CANADA ,HAS BECOME A SERIOUS THREAT TO PEACE LOVING SRI LANKAN COMMUNITY LIVE IN CANADA.THE LTTE SERIOUS CRIMES IN CANDAIAN SOIL FINALLEY PRESS THE GOVERNMENT TO BAN LTTE BUT NO

The orgy of killing by the LTTE continued

[b]The orgy of killing by the LTTE continued for the second consecutive day[/b]

[b]Colombo, 12 April, (Asiantribune.com):[/b] The orgy of killing by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) continues yesterday for the second consecutive day, as ten sailors and a civilian bus driver of the Sri Lanka Navy were feared dead and nine others were seriously injured.

Continued Ceasefire violations by the LTTE condemned

[b]Continued Ceasefire violations by the LTTE condemned - Prime Minister Ratnasiri Wickremanayake[/b]

[b]Colombo, 12 April, (Asiantribune.com):[/b] Violation of Ceasefire Agreement by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, the separatist rebel outfit of Sri Lanka, reflects its lack of sincerity, alleged Sri Lanka’s Prime Minister Ratnasiri Wickremanayake.

Non-schooling, early drop out and high absenteeism

[b]Non-schooling, early drop out and high absenteeism in selected communities in Sri Lanka.[/b]

Sunil C.

Britain warns against traveling to Sri Lanka's Northeast

[b]Britain warns against traveling to Sri Lanka's Northeast [/b]

[b]London, 12 April, (Asiantribune.com): [/b]Britain has rushed its latest 'Travel Advisory' against traveling to the North and East of Sri Lanka, subsequent to a two-day continuous bombing incidents.

Karuna Amman / asia truth answer this question

Who killed 600 un armed police officers in east during Premadasa time? Is that Karuna or Prabhakaran?

Peace monitors commend government for restraint and adherence to Ceasefire Agreement.

Norway condemned the latest round of violence exploding in the north and the east and warned that it could create a situation like in December - January when the LTTE violence against the Security Forces reached a critical point.


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