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Wimal Rubasinghe – the new chairman of Rupavahini

Wimal Rubasinghe has been appointed the Chairman of Sri Lanka Rupavahini Corporation (SLRC), Government Information Department said.

Wimal Rubasinghe – the new chairman of Rupavahini
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Nominations for Western and Southern Provincial Councils

Nominations to elect members to the Provincial Councils of the Western and Southern Provinces, which have been dissolved by notifications published in Gazettes No. 1844/75 and 1844/76 dated January 12, will be received at the nomination centres at auditoriums of the District Secretariats from January 30 and end at 12.00 noon on February 6, a media release from the Elections Secretariat said.

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Rape Used As Weapon For Land And Votes In Bangladesh

The morning after the night of ......., 2001 when we all died with one of the greatest shame of Bangladesh in the new millennium. And three years later we say to the minority girls and women victims of Char Fashion in Bhola, we have not forgotten you as we pay our tribute to you for your unique courage and strength to overcome the indignities and tortures unleashed on you by the hitherto unknown brand of Bangladeshi men whose atrocities have not been equaled anywhere else in the world in the twenty first century.

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Religious tolerance and social equilibrium : Time for a summit of all religious leaders in Sri Lanka?

Freedom of religion in the Indian subcontinent is exemplified by the reign of King Piyadasi (Asoka) (304 BC to 232 BC). One of King Asoka's main concerns was to reform governmental institutes and exercise moral principles in his attempt to create a just and humane society. Later he promoted the principles of Buddhism, and the creation of a just, understanding and fair society to be held as an important principle for ancient rulers.

Religious tolerance and social equilibrium : Time for a summit of all religious leaders in Sri Lanka?
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Letter from America: My Thoughts on Bangladesh – Part 8

In the late 1970s I lived in Canada for two winters and had the honor of studying under a very brilliant professor – Dr. Muhammad Nabil Esmail. He is an Egyptian Canadian internationally recognized as an expert on computational methods in engineering.

Letter from America: My Thoughts on Bangladesh – Part 8
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Time Travel: at last, do scientists take it seriously?

Two American physicists said this week that they had been probing the internet for any evidence left behind by the time travellers of the future. Robert Nemiroff and his equally-enthusiastic disciple, Teresa Wilson, from Michigan Technological University’s physics department have been analysing Twitter and Google trends to find the traces of the captivating beings.

Time Travel: at last, do scientists take it seriously?
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