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Saying No to Jihad

By Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury

Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury is a senior journalist, columnist, author and editor of Bangladesh’s largest tabloid weekly newspaper Blitz. He was arrested on 29th November 2003 when he was about to leave for Israel to attend a symposium organized by Hebrew Writers Association. Later Bangladesh government brought sedition charge against him, saying he was the spy for Israeli intelligence agency. Choudhury was in prison for 17 months and was released on 30th April 2005.

Tiger formula for total control over Trinco

By Janaka Perera - Asian Tribune

Following Karuna Group Special Commander Pillaiyan’s exposure in the March 23 Asian Tribune of the Norwegian blue print for a Tiger offensive in Trincomalee, further light has been thrown on the Wanni conspiracy to gain total control over the Eastern port town. Post your comments

In Sri Lanka workers are lost on the lurch

By Quintus Perera

The alleged attempt on the Sri Lankan Army Commander few days ago gripped the entire country in a frenzied war situation and an emerging fear psychosis and yet both sides of the divide apparently claimed satisfaction in attacking each other with government forces retaliated attacking in Trincomalee. This indicated, though the ceasefire agreement is in force, tit for tat is the whole game of peace.

King of Nepal bowed before peoples' power

By Michael Van De Veer

The struggle to create a Democratic Republic in Nepal has surprised the world. People’s Power and largely peaceful nationwide demonstrations have laid the basis for Nepal to break the chains of a 208-year-old Monarchy.

ITI launched on-site office to assist Southern Expressway

Sunil C. Perera - Reporting from Colombo

The Industrial Technology Institute [ITI] launched its first on-site office to assist construction activities of the Southern Expressway. The Southern Expressway is the second major construction project started by the Government of Sri Lanka after the accelerated Mahaweli project. This Expressway runs from Kottawa to Matara and the construction has been divided into three segments.

Saying No to Jihad

By Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury

Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury is a senior journalist, columnist, author and editor of Bangladesh’s largest tabloid weekly newspaper Blitz. He was arrested on 29th November 2003 when he was about to leave for Israel to attend a symposium organized by Hebrew Writers Association. Later Bangladesh government brought sedition charge against him, saying he was the spy for Israeli intelligence agency. Choudhury was in prison for 17 months and was released on 30th April 2005.

Unity the panacea for peace – exhorts Mahinda

Sri Lanka President Mahinda Rajapakse in his May Day message reflected the yearning of the workers of the country for Peace. He added that finding a solution to achieve sustainable peace will not be 'passed on to the next generation.' President pointed out the necessity to 'remain united,' to achieve a solution to bring about peace in the country.

Tiger formula for total control over Trinco

By Janaka Perera - Asian Tribune

Following Karuna Group Special Commander Pillaiyan’s exposure in the March 23 Asian Tribune of the Norwegian blue print for a Tiger offensive in Trincomalee, further light has been thrown on the Wanni conspiracy to gain total control over the Eastern port town. Post your comments

In Sri Lanka workers are lost on the lurch

By Quintus Perera

The alleged attempt on the Sri Lankan Army Commander few days ago gripped the entire country in a frenzied war situation and an emerging fear psychosis and yet both sides of the divide apparently claimed satisfaction in attacking each other with government forces retaliated attacking in Trincomalee. This indicated, though the ceasefire agreement is in force, tit for tat is the whole game of peace.

King of Nepal bowed before peoples' power

By Michael Van De Veer

The struggle to create a Democratic Republic in Nepal has surprised the world. People’s Power and largely peaceful nationwide demonstrations have laid the basis for Nepal to break the chains of a 208-year-old Monarchy.

ITI launched on-site office to assist Southern Expressway

Sunil C. Perera - Reporting from Colombo

The Industrial Technology Institute [ITI] launched its first on-site office to assist construction activities of the Southern Expressway. The Southern Expressway is the second major construction project started by the Government of Sri Lanka after the accelerated Mahaweli project. This Expressway runs from Kottawa to Matara and the construction has been divided into three segments.

Unity the panacea for peace – exhorts Mahinda

Sri Lanka President Mahinda Rajapakse in his May Day message reflected the yearning of the workers of the country for Peace. He added that finding a solution to achieve sustainable peace will not be 'passed on to the next generation.' President pointed out the necessity to 'remain united,' to achieve a solution to bring about peace in the country.


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