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Pillayan Remanded up to March 6

Former Eastern Province Chief Minister Sivanesathurai Chandrakanthan alias Pillaiyan held in remand for the alleged murder of former TNA Parliamentarian Joseph Pararajasingham, was further remanded till March 6 when he was produced before Batticaloa Magistrate S. Ganesharajasa.

Pillayan Remanded up to March 6
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Sampanthan offers fullest support for Constitution-making, demanded process carried out in a genuine and decisive manner

Leader of the Opposition R. Sampanthan, moving an adjournment debate motion yesterday extended fullest support for the Constitution-making process, but demanded that such process be carried out in a genuine and decisive manner to ensure permanent peace with justice and equality for all citizens of the country.

Sampanthan offers fullest support for Constitution-making, demanded  process  carried out in a genuine and decisive manner
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NASA Astronomers announced of a discovery of 7 Earth-sized planets, where life is possible

Astronomers have found a nearby solar system with seven Earth-sized planets, three of which circle their parent star at the right distance for liquid surface water, bolstering the prospect of discovering extraterrestrial life, research published on Wednesday showed.

NASA  Astronomers  announced of a discovery of 7 Earth-sized planets, where life is possible
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Thailand: Supreme Court decision to uphold activist’s lèse majesté conviction a gross injustice

Thailand’s Supreme Court today upheld the conviction of activist and magazine editor Somyot Prueksakasemsuk, imprisoned under the country’s draconian lèse majesté law.

Somyot Prueksakasemsuk
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"Investors could become Invaders," says Prof. Swaran Singh

February’s Security Salon organized by the Institute of National Security Studies Sri Lanka (INSSSL) was held at the Ministry of Defence where Professor Swaran Singh pointed out that “Investors could become invaders,”.

"Investors could become Invaders," says Prof. Swaran Singh
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On the health service and medical education- Position Statement SLMA

The Sri Lanka Medical Association (SLMA) releasing a press statement, on the current crisis in the health service and medical education scenario of Sri Lanka states that the SLMA is deeply concerned about the implications on the current health sector and the general public of Sri Lanka.

Chandrika Wijeyratne, President, SLMA.
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