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Following Indian objections, Sri Lanka not to let Chinese submarines to dock in its ports!
Recently Sri Lanka, which is maintaining a steady relationship with China, said it would not allow Chinese submarines to dock in its ports, a move apparently aimed at allaying its sea neighbor India's concerns. Colombo acknowledged that such a docking did take place coinciding with the Japanese Pri...
01.03.2015 - 06:48 By Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal
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Kokang’s Peasant Crises is for the International Community to review their Perspective (The Introduction to Tatmadaw Dynasty)
The word "peasant" is derived from the 15th century French word païsant, meaning one from the pays, or countryside; ultimately from the Latin word pagus.The peasant sector occupies around 70 percent of Burma’s population and undoubtedly the most productive workforce in the country. Obviously, the co...
01.03.2015 - 06:32 By Kanbawza Win
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Sri Lanka to send a high level delegation to Malé to express deep concern on the arrest and harassment of political leaders
Sri Lanka President Maithripala Srisena will be sending a sending a high level delegation to Malé to express deep concern on the arrest and harassment of political leaders. This was revealed when Jumhooree Party (JP) Leader Gasim Ibrahim met Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena this morning to...
28.02.2015 - 22:46
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UN's Jeffrey Feltman extends Sri Lanka tour to Jaffna
In a sudden change of his Sri Lanka itinerary, United Nations Under Secretary-General for Political Affairs Jeffrey Feltman will now extend his official tour to the north of the country to Jaffna. Mr. Feltman who has displayed his political skills while being a thirty-year officer in the US Depart...
28.02.2015 - 11:32 By Daya Gamage - Asian Tribune Media Note
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Arrest warrant for Bangladesh Opposition Leader Khaleda Zia
Dhaka court in Bangladesh in South Asia has issued a warrant for the arrest of opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party leader Khaleda Zia, amid a political stand-off in the country. The court in Dhaka acted after Ms Zia failed to appear in connection with a corruption case, an action likely to incre...
28.02.2015 - 10:46 By Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal
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Elections Of Pudukudirippu and Maritimepattu Pradeshiya Sabhas: Supreme Court Issues Stay Order
The Supreme Court yesterday issued a Stay Order on the elections of Pudukudirippu and Mulliyawali Maritimepattu Pradeshiya Sabha until March 27, 2015. Supreme Court Judges Justice Priyasath Dep, Justice Sarath de Abrew and Justice Anil Gunaratne directed the Stay Order. The elections were to be held...
28.02.2015 - 08:37
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Unauthorized Mining of Sands to Come Under Strict Control
President Maithripala Sirisena instructed the Inspector General of Police to strictly operate the laws and regulations on prevention of unauthorized mining and transportation of sand. He said the mining and sand transportation had become a mafia, emphasizing that quick attention should be paid for p...
28.02.2015 - 08:16
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The De Lanerolle Brothers pledge support to Unity Mission Trust to unite, heal and integrate Sri Lankan youth
A familiar name to music lovers in Sri Lanka and across the world – Rohan and Ishan De Lanerolle have without doubt carved out a firm niche for themselves and in the hearts of fans as part of the contemporary Sri Lankan music scene. With a journey beginning in 2009, the De Lanerolle Brothers with th...
27.02.2015 - 08:37
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Netanyahu on course to destroy US-Israeli relations!
Ever since Israel was forced on Mideast in Palestine territories, years of US-Israeli bilateral relations tilted favoring and protecting the Zionist regime in Mideast by using the US veto to shield Israeli military from any possible punishment. So much so, Israeli leaders, accustomed to being pamper...
27.02.2015 - 08:26
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Sri Lanka Embassy in Germany celebrates 67th Independence Day
“The election of the new President and the peaceful and democratic transition of power provides a surge of hope for strengthening democracy in Sri Lanka. Several measures taken by the new President and the Government to bring the country back on the democratic path demonstrate the positive changes t...
27.02.2015 - 08:18
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Are people being deceived in search for good governance?
On January 8th 2015 people of Sri Lanka voted for a leadership change which led MPs switching alliance en masse, causing a structural change in the government. Although 48% of the voters expressed support for continuity of Mahinda’s UPFA government the rest had endorsed Maithripala’s campaign messag...
27.02.2015 - 08:05 By Dr.M.A.Mohamed Saleem
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A major blast at Wokha, killing eight people and injuring dozens
Home Minister Y Patton along with high ranking state police and civil officials has yesterday visited the Wokha bomb blast site and the affected people living in the makeshift camp here at Tsumang Colony. During his visit, he also announced ex-gratia relief of Rs 1 lakh each to the next of kith and...
27.02.2015 - 07:49 By Oken Jeet Sandham
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New Heads of Mission Present Credentials to President Maithripala
Sri Lanka President spelt out that the Foreign policy of the Government is to continue on the path of non-alignment with cordial relations with all nations, when two ambassadors and a high commissioner presented their credentials to President Maithripala Sirisena at the Presidential Secretariat thi...
26.02.2015 - 23:03
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The unseen hand of Mahinda Rajapaksa
Over 6.4 million people gave a mandate for the President, the government and the Cabinet of Ministers. The people can be asked to give a fresh mandate, if somebody has any reservation over the mandate that the existing government has” - Prime Minister Ranil Wickremasinghe. The current Sri Lankan con...
26.02.2015 - 20:38 By Raj Gonsalkorale
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Sashi Weerawansa further remanded
Chief Magistrate of Colombo, Gihan Pilapitiya, yesterday ordered former Minister Wimal Weerawansa's wife, Sashi Weerawansa, who has been taken into custody by the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) for allegedly submitting false information to the Department of Emigration and Immigration and ob...
26.02.2015 - 08:52
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Maldives President Abdulla Yameen visits Pakistan
In the midst of heightened political confusion in Maldives, following the arrest and ongoing trial of former president Mohamed Nasheed, Maldivian President Abdulla Yameen Abdul Gayoom will be in Islamabad on 25 February on a two-day official visit. During his first ever visit to Pakistan, President...
26.02.2015 - 08:12 By Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal
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Ambassador Amunugama meets German State Secretary Markus Ederer
Ambassador Amunugama met State Secretary Markus Ederer at the Federal Foreign Office today (23rd Feb.2015) to brief him on steps that have been taken by the current Government to establish good governance, national reconciliation as well as strengthening democratic institutions and rule of law in Sr...
26.02.2015 - 08:05
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Sri Lanka Vs. Bangladesh: will this be the turning point for Sri Lankan cricket to win ICC world cup 2015?
Cricket is all about excitement, uncertainty and fun. There are many arguments on recent “form” of Sri Lankan cricket. Anyway Sri Lanka will get an opportunity against Bangladesh and this match can be really critical for our cricketers to prove their potential to win ICC world cup 2015. This match...
26.02.2015 - 07:57 By Nalin Abeysekera
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UN Senior Official to Visit Sri Lanka
Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs Jeffrey Feltman will arrive in Sri Lanka on Saturday, 28 February. He plans to meet with senior officials of the Government of Sri Lanka, political parties and civil society groups. This will be his first visit to Sri Lanka. USG Feltman looks forward t...
25.02.2015 - 23:30
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Twenty years of Students Exchange Programme - Students from St. Thomas Mt. Lavinia visiting Germany
Ten students from St. Thomas College, Mt. Lavinia are presently in Germany on a three-week study tour organized by Mr. Manfred Moeller, Teacher and Coordinating Director of Gymnasium Isernhagen. The Gymnasium Isernhagen, a high school in Hannover, has been engaging in an annual student exchange prog...
25.02.2015 - 22:24
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