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Why should Hindus be excluded from the power game?

Minorities in Bangladesh have been facing woes of laws and its differential treatment upon them since August 1947. It is obvious that security and safety of minority communities do not depend only on the goodwill of majority community and safeguard ensured in the fine paper of the Constitution.

  Why should Hindus be excluded from the power game?
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‘Distorting history could lead to dissension’

Distorting Sri Lanka’s history could lead to dissension, warned speakers at a meeting held recently at the All Ceylon Buddhist Congress Hall, Colombo.

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Pakistan sponsors Clean Drinking Water Supply Projects in remote villages of Polonnaruwa

The government of Pakistan through its High Commission in Colombo has funded the construction of two clean drinking water supply projects for the vulnerable communities in Kodapokuna Village of Polonnaruwa District in the Northern Central Province of Sri Lanka.

Maj Gen and Mrs Qasim Qureshi with the beneficiary community
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The Hindus are the sons of Bangladesh soil

It seems be came the fate of religious minority, especially the members of Hindu community, who take birth in the soil of Bangladesh and are living here from generation to generation that Hindus fell prey to casualties. When the country faces hard time of a political crisis or a change, the the Hindu community, becomes the target of minority persecution by the So-called Islamist terrorist organizations.

  The Hindus are the sons of Bangladesh soil
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Our dear Mel Gunasekara: Jounalist par excellence and an exemplary human being - Pathfinder Foundation

The tragic death of Melicia ( Mel) Gunasekara has shocked not only her family but also her many friends and colleagues.

Our dear Mel Gunasekara: Jounalist par excellence and an exemplary human being - Pathfinder Foundation
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Let us stand together as a united nation - President Rajapaksa

The strength of our freedom largely depends on developing indigenous skills and knowledge, to restore the glories of our past and move ahead to the victories of the future, President Mahinda Rajapaksa said.

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Sri Lanka Rejects US Allegations Over Religion, Democracy and Rights Records

The External Affairs Ministry responding to the latest comments and allegations made to the media by visiting US Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs, Nisha Biswal, pointed out that the latest allegation of religious intolerance repeatedly made by the US appears to be to give credence to isolated incidents as a regular occurrence.

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Kandasamy Kamalendran Removed From EPDP Membership

Leader of the Opposition and Councilor of the Northern Provincial Council Kandasamy Kamalendran, has been removed from the basic membership of the Eelam Peoples Democratic Party.

Kandasamy Kamalendran Removed From EPDP Membership
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South Asian Peace Depends in Settling Kashmir Issue

All over the world Pakistani community will display unity and solidarity with Kashmiris on 5 February 2014.

South Asian Peace Depends in Settling   Kashmir Issue
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Excavation works at Mannar Mass Grave Site Temporarily Suspended Due to Forthcoming 'Maha Sivarathiri'

Excavation works at the Mass Grave site at Manthai - Thirukketheeswaram, located in the Mannar distric, t has been temporarily suspended due to the forthcoming Hindu festival Maha Sivarathiri.

Excavation works at  Mannar Mass Grave Site  Temporarily  Suspended Due to  Forthcoming 'Maha Sivarathiri'
Excavation works at  Mannar Mass Grave Site  Temporarily  Suspended Due to  Forthcoming 'Maha Sivarathiri'
Excavation works at  Mannar Mass Grave Site  Temporarily  Suspended Due to  Forthcoming 'Maha Sivarathiri'
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