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Direction Jaffna (1980) – Reminiscences: Where every prospect pleases and man is in his element

Jaffna always appeared to be a special place in Sri Lanka. Its people were sturdy, tall, hard working, chaste, thrifty and beyond all gave top priority to education and service in the government.

Sri Lanka Government’s Reconciliation, Rehabilitation and Reconstruction efforts going on apace for IDPs

Sri Lanka Government’s efforts to reconcile, rehabilitate and reconstruct is going on apace in the Vavuniya district, as the internally displaced persons (IDPs) settle down to a normal life, albeit with some difficulties and shortcomings, considering that more than 223,000 persons are provided accommodation, healthcare and education, in addition to every of their need met as far as possible, day in day out.

New Delhi turns down TNA demand to interfere in Sri Lankan affairs

India's new Foreign Minister S.M.Krishna has reportedly turned down a request from Tamil National Alliance delegation led by R.Sampanthan to urge Colombo to stop the restoration of military camps in the North, and to merge the Northern and Eastern Provinces of the island nation, reports from New Delhi said.

Direction Jaffna (1980) – Reminiscences: Where every prospect pleases and man is in his element

Jaffna always appeared to be a special place in Sri Lanka. Its people were sturdy, tall, hard working, chaste, thrifty and beyond all gave top priority to education and service in the government.

Sri Lanka Government’s Reconciliation, Rehabilitation and Reconstruction efforts going on apace for IDPs

Sri Lanka Government’s efforts to reconcile, rehabilitate and reconstruct is going on apace in the Vavuniya district, as the internally displaced persons (IDPs) settle down to a normal life, albeit with some difficulties and shortcomings, considering that more than 223,000 persons are provided accommodation, healthcare and education, in addition to every of their need met as far as possible, day in day out.

New Delhi turns down TNA demand to interfere in Sri Lankan affairs

By Our Colombo Correspondent Prasad Gunewardene

S.M.KrishnaIndia's new Foreign Minister S.M.Krishna has reportedly turned down a request from Tamil National Alliance delegation led by R.Sampanthan to urge Colombo to stop the restoration of military camps in the North, and to merge the Northern and Eastern Provinces of the island nation, reports from New Delhi said. Sampanthan had told Krishna that Colombo was in the process of setting up military camps in the North and warned that it would be detrimental to the interest of the Tamils living in those areas. The Indian Foreign Minister had pointed out that he was informed that military camps that were defunct due to the threat of LTTE terrorism were being restored to strengthen security and India had no intention to fiddle with affairs concerning the security of the island nation.

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Kaiga Atomic scientist’s mysterious disappearance

Karwar police and the Central Industrial Security Force’s are involved in a search operation for L. Mahalingam, the Kaiga Atomic Power Station scientist, who went missing on Monday morning, yielding no results, the Intelligence Bureau, too, has joined the search, with “all actionable information” it has on the scientist.


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