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When people lose sight of the law

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It has been reported that a politician of the ruling party recently assaulted a Grama Niladhari in the Rideegama area in Kurunegala.

Through the eyes of the damned...

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“In a country well governed, poverty is something to be ashamed of. In a country badly governed, wealth is something to be ashamed of.”

EDITORIAL-Questions over security for BASL Chief

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The question involving the security of Sri Lanka Bar Association President Upul Jayasuriya continues with the authorities dragging their feet in providing him with...

We are capable of solving our issues internally

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Deputy Minister of Investment Promotion Faiszer Mustapha in an interview with  spoke on the recent incidents relating to Muslim community and of the need to increase standards of Colombo. . .

An End to Landmine Use by 2025

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The world is getting ready to end the menace of the victim-activated weapons known as Anti-Personnel (AP) mines from the earth on or before 2025. This was officially revealed at the recently concluded 3rd Review...............

EDITORIAL - Bane of shortsighted infrastructure development

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Parliament was informed last week that the Mattala Mahinda Rajapaksa International Airport has generated only Rs.16,185 as revenue in May.
It is understandable that a new airport, or any new........

Undergrads who neglect academic activities are donkeys, cows and politicos- S.B.

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Higher Education Minister S. B. Dissanayake in an interview with  last week spoke candidly on the issues raised by undergraduates and academics

Beyond Neo-liberalism Towards a sustainable and contented global order

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Most countries around the world by now have gone through a process of economic and social transformation, to a greater or lesser extent, thanks to neo-liberal reforms that have pervaded the global landscape over the last several decades.

EDITORIAL-TNCs not rocking but robbing the cradles

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The media have regularly spotlighted the grave and dangerously growing channals through  which wealthy western countries are continuing to plunder the resources

not just another political party

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The Communist Party of Sri Lanka (CPSL), one of the oldest political parties in the country, celebrates its 20th National Congress which is to be held on July 25th – 27th, 2014 in Ratnapura.

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