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Sri Lankan national question: When the State failed its Tamil citizens

Many Tamils of Sri Lanka have endured the indignity and the physical and mental anguish of being verbally and physically attacked simply on account of their ethnicity. It has happened several times in the post-independence period culminating in the disgraceful pogrom against them in July 1983.

Sri Lankan national question: When the State failed its Tamil citizens
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Dr. Shirani Bandaranayake, 43rd Chief Justice of Sri Lanka Retired After Holding Office For A Day

Dr. Shirani Bandaranayake retired from service yesterday , after the resumption of office as the Chief Justice the previous day. Dr. Bandaranaike (57) was appointed to the Supreme Court in 1996.

Forty third Chief Justice Dr. Shirani Bandaranayake who retook office at the chambers of the Chief Justice at the Superior Court complex at Hulftsdorp on Wednesday afternoon, retired yesterday with a ceremonial farewell.
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Washington sends Nisha Biswal to Sri Lanka

The U.S. assistant secretary of state for South Asian Affairs Nisha Desai Bishwal will visit Colombo for talks with the new Maithripala Sirisena administration.

Washington sends Nisha Biswal to Sri Lanka
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Justice K. Sripavan today took oaths as the 44th Chief Justice of Sri Lanka

Justice K. Sripavan today took oaths as the 44th Chief Justice of Sri Lanka before President Maithripala Sirisena.

Justice K. Sripavan today took oaths as the 44th Chief Justice of Sri Lanka
Justice K. Sripavan today took oaths as the 44th Chief Justice of Sri Lanka
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