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Inauguration of Government of India funded Language Lab in Akuressa, Matara

High Commissioner of India, Mr. Y. K. Sinha and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sri Lanka, Mr. Mangala Samaraweera jointly inaugurated a Language Lab in Akuressa on July 10, 2015 at a function held at Nilwala National College of Education. Consul General of India-Hambantota, Mr. Raj Kumar, Director, Tamil Schools Development of Ministry of Education of Sri Lanka, Mr. Muralidharan and other senior officials were also present during the occasion.

 Inauguration of Government of India funded Language Lab in Akuressa, Matara
 Inauguration of Government of India funded Language Lab in Akuressa, Matara
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Norwegian Involvement in the Sri Lankan Peace Process – by Dr Chanaka Talpahewa

I read the book, Peaceful Intervention in Intra-State Conflicts by Dr Chanka Talpahewa, this week and effortlessly got an in-depth understanding of the role, often mired in endless controversies, played by the third party actors, especially Norway, in the protracted conflict in the misplaced belief of possessing more superior conflict-resolution competence than the locals – or even neighbors for that matter.

Norwegian Involvement in the Sri Lankan Peace Process – by Dr Chanaka Talpahewa
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Should Nagaland be really under “Disturbed area” status?

The “Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, 1958 (AFSPA)” and the “Disturbed Area Act (DAA)” are synonymous with the people of the Northeast India. The rest of the people of India might feel otherwise on hearing such Act imposed on the Northeastern States. But to the Northeastern people, it is not new thing as they have been living with these Acts for decades.

Should Nagaland be really under “Disturbed area” status?
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