Thousands of innocent public and private sector employees have to suffer because of their fellow employees’ sudden and unreasonable trade union actions.
The data compiled by the relevant government agencies in Sri Lanka shows that poverty in the country has declined steadily over the last few decades.
Most people today appear to have taken fresh water for granted despite the continuing crisis over drinking water in many parts of the country including Ratupaswala.
“Maaveerar Naal”or “Great Heroes Day” was observed annually on November 27th in a grand manner by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE)for many years in the past.
The recently-ended Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Sri Lanka, unfortunately, shifted focus away again from CHOGM’s agenda, to the secondary issue of the host country’s internal affairs.
In this era when most leaders appear to be abusing the vice side instead of the wise side of the globalised capitalist market economic system and politics specially has degenerated into selfishness and self-centred plunder of the people’s resources, the death of legendary South African leader Nelson Mandela on.......
As you read this article, a series of people-power explosions of different magnitudes are taking on regimes that claim to be democratic or working towards democracy. While
As I stood on the edge of the cobbled pavement waiting to hail a cab, I was momentarily startled by a sudden tug at my tote-bag. Standing right behind me was a little girl, looking up at me wide-eyed while biting on a corner of her ragged t-shirt.
Martin Luther King, the leader of the Afro-American Civil Rights movement once said, “Change doesn’t roll on the wheels of inevitability but comes through continued struggle."
Is the human race under grave threat of extinction? What will it be? A Nuclear World War Three or another Great Flood or Ice Age that will wipe out the people from the face of the Earth? Many concerned people have described how imminent these threats are.
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