The much-hyped visit of United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay is taking place this week and hers has been the most controversial visit by a foreign dignitary since Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi visited the country twenty six years ago to sign the Indo-Lanka Accord.
The free health service and free education service since independence in 1948 have been two of the main pillars to bring about equality and social justice in Sri Lanka, with healthy people and the highest literacy rate in Asia.
The region is situated facing the Bohai Sea in the eastern part of China. It is important due to two reasons
This was one of the hottest topics discussed everywhere in Sri Lanka recently after the unfortunate incident that occurred there a couple of weeks ago
United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Navineetham Pillay is now in Sri Lanka. For Tamil separatists and the opposition, she is the saviour
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the “I Have a Dream” speech by Martin Luther King Jr. delivered in Washington, on August 28, 1963
In this month, two meetings were held, one in Colombo and the other in Jaffna to observe the 75th birth anniversary of the late Maamanithar Kumar Ponnambalam
On the eve of the long-awaited and crucial visit of the United Nations Human Rights High Commissioner Navaneethan Pillay,
It is reported in the print that the Hon. Foreign Minister, Prof. Peiris has made certain comments to questions raised by the journalist in Delhi to the effect that the 1974 Agreement determined the demarcation of Kachchativu in terms of....
“The Sunshine Camp for the Differently Abled was organised for the forty-first year this time by the Dehiwela YMCA from August 24 – 25,” Suzanne Therese Paiva, co-chairperson and consultant for media, communication and fundraising said.
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