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Tiger formula for total control over Trinco

[b]Tiger formula for total control over Trinco[/b]

By Janaka Perera - Asian Tribune

[b]Colombo, 01 May (Asiantribune.com):[/b] 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.

Norwegian passport scandal deepens: Daniel Jeya sentenced for two years and nine months

Mike Daniel Jeya was found guilty by Norwegian court yesterday and sent to prison for 2 years and 9 months for human trafficking and being possession of stolen Norwegian passports. Jeya has also confirmed he has been a member of the LTTE. Post your comments

Australian SBS reporter produced fiction from his imagination – Col. Karuna's group

Aaron Lewis, the reporter who put together the telecast program "Sri Lanka’s Shadow War" on Special Broadcasting Corporation (SBS), based in Sydney Australia, has been accused of using his imagination to produce fiction by the TamilEela Makal Viduthalai Pulikal (the breakaway group from the LTTE led by Col. Karuna).Post your comments

Weightlifting again under the hammer

By Ramu Sharma - Syndicate Features

Within less than a year after it had completed a one-year sentence of suspension, the Weightlifting Federation of India has been sent into wilderness with the specific duration of suspension to be decided later. The International Federation has informed of its decision to suspend the Indian Federation after two of its lifters tested positive to performance enhanced drugs during the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne recently.

Man's arrest in assault delays deportation: Detained at airport

An alleged Sri Lankan gang member has been arrested for a violent Scarborough assault that took place three days before he was to be deported to his homeland. Post your comments

Water quality monitoring at Beira Lake – Colombo

Q Perera - Reporting from Colombo

The Community Led Environmental Awareness Network (CLEAN) implemented by the Industrial Services Bureau (ISB) Environmental Services has been in operation since August 2003 in four cities – Kurunegala, Kandy, Colombo and Nuwara Eliya.

More Asian Muslims Build Ties with Israel; Malaysia Demurs

By Dr. Richard L. Benkin

With its unilateral withdrawal from Gaza last year, Israel found leaders from Muslim Asia virtually standing in line for some sort of contact with the Jewish State. In the months that followed the initial contacts, informed diplomatic sources were almost ecstatic with the actual and expected contacts. One individual told a Muslim leader wavering over the matter that if he does not act soon, he will find his country belatedly doing it anyway, but without the diplomatic bounce and other benefits that others will no doubt see.

Institute investigation into the monies raised by Canada's TRO, Tamil Congress and other pro-LTTE groups

Canadian Government should come forward to take appropriate actions to institute investigations into the fund raising carried on by the LTTE controlled Tamil Rehabilitation Organization, the Canadian Tamil Congress and other pro-LTTE groups supposedly for Tsunami Relief Work in Sri Lanka totaling over 2.5 million dollars according to figures published in the media, to ensure that these funds were utilized for the declared purposes. Post your Comments

Kahawatte Plantation provides fifty houses for the tsunami-affected families

Sunil C. Perera - Reporting from Colombo

For the first time in Sri Lanka, a local plantation company, Kahawatte Plantation, now serves the tsunami affected families in the Southern province providing shelters and employment under their plantation umbrella.

Norwegian passport scandal deepens: Daniel Jeya sentenced for two years and nine months

Mike Daniel Jeya was found guilty by Norwegian court yesterday and sent to prison for 2 years and 9 months for human trafficking and being possession of stolen Norwegian passports. Jeya has also confirmed he has been a member of the LTTE. Post your comments

Kahawatte Plantation provides fifty houses for the tsunami-affected families

Sunil C. Perera - Reporting from Colombo

For the first time in Sri Lanka, a local plantation company, Kahawatte Plantation, now serves the tsunami affected families in the Southern province providing shelters and employment under their plantation umbrella.

Institute investigation into the monies raised by Canada's TRO, Tamil Congress and other pro-LTTE groups

Canadian Government should come forward to take appropriate actions to institute investigations into the fund raising carried on by the LTTE controlled Tamil Rehabilitation Organization, the Canadian Tamil Congress and other pro-LTTE groups supposedly for Tsunami Relief Work in Sri Lanka totaling over 2.5 million dollars according to figures published in the media, to ensure that these funds were utilized for the declared purposes. Post your Comments

Australian SBS reporter produced fiction ..........

[b]Australian SBS reporter produced fiction from his imagination – Col.

Norwegian passport scandal deepens: Daniel Jeya sentenced fo

[b]Norwegian passport scandal deepens: Daniel Jeya sentenced for two years and nine months[/b]

[b]Oslo, 02 May, (Asiantribune.com):[/b] Mike Daniel Jeya was found guilty by Norwegian court yesterday and sent to prison for 2 years and 9 months for human trafficking and being possession of stolen Norwegian passports. Jeya has also confirmed he has been a member of the LTTE.

Institute investigation into the monies raised by Canada's T

[b]Institute investigation into the monies raised by Canada's TRO, Tamil Congress and other pro-LTTE groups[/b]

[b]Toronto, 02 May, (Asiantribune.com):[/b] Canadian Government should come forward to take appropriate actions to institute investigations into the fund raising carried on by the LTTE controlled Tamil Rehabilitation Organization, the Canadian Tamil Congress and other pro-LTTE groups

Man's arrest in assault delays deportation: Detained at airp

[b]Man's arrest in assault delays deportation: Detained at airport[/b]

[b]Toronto:[/b] An alleged Sri Lankan gang member has been arrested for a violent Scarborough assault that took place three days before he was to be deported to his homeland.

Peel police arrested Satheeskaran Sivarasa at Pearson airport on Monday when he showed up for his scheduled deportation.

Weightlifting again under the hammer

By Ramu Sharma - Syndicate Features

Within less than a year after it had completed a one-year sentence of suspension, the Weightlifting Federation of India has been sent into wilderness with the specific duration of suspension to be decided later. The International Federation has informed of its decision to suspend the Indian Federation after two of its lifters tested positive to performance enhanced drugs during the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne recently.

Man's arrest in assault delays deportation: Detained at airport

An alleged Sri Lankan gang member has been arrested for a violent Scarborough assault that took place three days before he was to be deported to his homeland. Post your comments

Water quality monitoring at Beira Lake – Colombo

Q Perera - Reporting from Colombo

The Community Led Environmental Awareness Network (CLEAN) implemented by the Industrial Services Bureau (ISB) Environmental Services has been in operation since August 2003 in four cities – Kurunegala, Kandy, Colombo and Nuwara Eliya.


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