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Can Martyrs’ aspirations revive in Burma?

Nineteenth of July has been known as Martyr's Day in Burma and citizens deeply used to commemorate their independence heroes amid political uncertainty ahead of 8 November 2015 Elections. Burma gained its Independence in January 1948. It’s not an easy task of struggling to overthrown the British Colonialism which run the country for several decades. In fact, the Independence of Burma has been blended together with lives and blood of the nation’s greatest leaders.

Can Martyrs’ aspirations revive in Burma?
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No Ticket For Wijemuni – Rajiv Attacker

The Bodu Jana Permuna (BJP), the election wing of the Bodu Bala Sena has refused to give election ticket to Wijemuni Vijitha Rohana de Silva, who had hit Rajiv Gandhi with his rifle butt when the then Indian Prime Minister was reviewing a Guard of Honuor at Colombo on July 30, 1987, in the aftermath of signing the controversial India-Sri Lanka Accord.

Wijemuni Vijitha Rohana de Silva
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‘Zaheer stop it now!’

‘Zaheer Abbas karo!’ was the unison shout from the Indian players in the field when the ‘batting machine’ starts exploding said Sunil Gavaskar, while he was commentating.

‘Zaheer stop it now!’
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The Muslim Council of Sri Lanka condemns IS as un-Islamic

The Muslim Council of Sri Lanka today expressed its “deep dismay” at media reports of the first Sri Lankan killed in battle in Syria with IS.

First Sri Lankan killed in battle in Syria with IS -Known in the Islamic State as Abu Shuraih Sailani,  is Mohammed Niram
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