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Disproportionate negative attention is making the task of reconciliation difficult in Sri Lanka – Prof. G.L. Peiris

Sri Lanka’s External Affairs Minister Prof. G. L. Peiris has said, the highly prejudiced actions taken by a few countries and the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) to give disproportionate negative attention to Sri Lanka, has made the separatist Tamil elements in Sri Lanka and abroad more intransigent, making the intensely difficult task of reconciliation in Sri Lanka, even harder.

 Disproportionate negative attention is making the task of reconciliation difficult in Sri Lanka – Prof. G.L. Peiris
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Child Friendly School

Benjamin Disraeli once said that “the youth of a Nation are the trustees of posterity”. Any investment in the empowerment of youths will always add value to a Nation especially to one like Sri Lanka.

Child Friendly School
Child Friendly School
Child Friendly School
Child Friendly School
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Kamalendran and other two suspects remanded till 20 March

Kayts Magistrate S. Lenin Kumar further remanded the three accused persons - Kandasamy Kamalendran, Leader of the Opposition in the Northern Provincial Council and Lundan Sasindran and Rexigan's wife Enida Rexigan for the fifth time, until 20h March in the murder of Delft Pradeshiya Sabha Chairman Daniel Rexigan.

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Will Sri Lanka end up in a Sierra Leone type Situation? Darussaman Panelists Feed the Conspiracy Theory

Whether Sri Lanka will have to finally face a Sierra Leone like situation depends on what the UNHRC decides on the draft Resolution which was finally submitted to the Council yesterday (March 7th ) in the original form with no major modification of its Clause Three.

Will Sri Lanka end up in a Sierra Leone type Situation? Darussaman Panelists Feed the Conspiracy Theory
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