Last Updated : 29-07-2014 13:41

 
 

Opinion

EDITORIAL - The Child’s name is tomorrow

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In this decadent self-centred world of crime and corruption, one of the vilest offences is the growing trend of child abuse. For instance, in Britain last week, special Police.......

‘Muslims are an integral part of the nation’

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Former diplomat, educator and peace activist Javed Yusuf in an interview over recent development says it is very unfortunate that when we as a country are facing a number of challenges on the international front......

Lost in thoughts

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Two incidents which have taken place recently have had their impact on the people in this country , one is the Uva Provincial Council has been dissolved,....

EDITORIAL- The Govt. Calculus

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Education Minister Bandula Gunewardena has come up with a new solution to solve the nation’s Maths problem.

Tamil Leader Appapillai Amirthalingam’s assassination by the LTTE 25 Years Ago

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July 13, 1989 was the date on which the well-known Sri Lankan Tamil leader Appapillai Amirthalingam was assassinated  by the LTTE.The former leader of the Opposition was a national list MP of the Tamil United Liberation Front (TULF) at the time he was gunned down in Colombo.

Does Ukraine have a future?

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When one sets out to answer the riddle about the future of Ukraine the answers that come depend to some extent on how far back one goes, but even if history casts a long shadow it is the events of the last half year, shaped by young demonstrators, mobs and militias, that dominate the narrative.

Mass murder in the sky: Stop this madness - EDITORIAL

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If proof was required that the world has plunged into an era where judgment has fled to brutish beasts and world leaders have lost their senses, the two latest catastrophes provide the proof.

When disability is an ability

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Great maestros who marked a revolution in the thinking patterns of people were not only great but were extraordinary. Beethoven mesmerised massive audiences with his evergreen pieces of piano sonata such as Appassionata and Waldstein.

Ramaphosa’s role remains unclear

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One man who generated ample controversy, headlines and commentary last week was Cyril Ramaphosa, the Deputy President of South Africa and the Deputy President of its ruling party, the African National Congress (ANC) who visited Sri Lanka at the invitation of the government.

Inflaming the fuel crisis - EDITORIAL

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Pandemic corruption, both financial and moral, caused or compounded by the breakdown of the rule of law and democracy, transparency and accountability, appears to be causing a cancer in most sectors of society including vital areas such as the purchase and supply of fuel.

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