Last Updated : 31-07-2014 12:14

 
 

Opinion

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.

Israel’s dangerous ignorance of its own history

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If the people of Israel want to go back to memories of their war against the Arab nations after they had been attacked following the handover by the British in 1948; if they want to go back to the Holocaust..........

Big pharma probed for international corruption - EDITORIAL

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Sri Lanka is still embroiled in a battle against the pharmaceuticals mafia and government leaders are apparently playing games with the people on the implementation of Prof. 

EDITORIAL-Get ready to sue tobacco companies

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If there has ever been a good fight it is the struggle of the anti-tobacco lobby against tobacco companies.

Will Harin be the pointer in the barometer?

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In the last two weeks, opposition United National Party (UNP) parliamentarian Harin Fernando has constantly been in the news.

Gaza: Massacre of children by Zionist Pharaohs

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For the Zionists, the Palestinians do not exist. If they exist, they are not people; they are things – things to be wiped out.

Signor back ashore with renewed hopes BJP delights Govt

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In 1505, a few Portuguese vessels under the guidance of Dom Lourenço de Almeida came   ashore to Sri Lanka mainly in their search of spices.  After more than 500 years, Portugal now looks for better ties with Sri Lanka, but not for the spice trade.

From Subsistence Production to Precarious Work

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Liberal economic reforms implemented in Sri Lanka since the late 1970s have facilitated the transfer of a majority of people from rural livelihoods to non-agricultural activities, mostly in the informal sector.

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Ravana Balaya at Buddha Sasana Ministry
Japanese coastguards cleaning Mt. beach