Last Updated : 25-07-2014 20:51

 
 

Opinion

Govt members surveyed on main elections PAFFREL inspired by Korean election model

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The government members received a piece of paper with five questions mentioned, at a workshop conducted on Monday in Beruwala. The workshop, meant for all the ruling party members, was graced by President Mahinda Rajapaksa.

The name in the news

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Opposition Parliamentarian Mangala Samaraweera, never out of the limelight for long, was the focus of attention this week when he made startling accusations about the Army’s alleged involvement in the communal riots that engulfed Aluthgama and its neighbouring towns recently.

who is sick? - EDITORIAL

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Conflict after conflict, conflicts within conflicts and diseases within diseases for the past few months among doctors, nurses, midwives and other paramedical personnel, have plunged Sri   Lanka’s life-or-death Public Health Services into a shameful shamble.

Buddhism existed before Mihindu thera

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Buddhism existed in Sri Lanka even before the arrival of Mihindu Thera says Professor Raj Somadeva an eminent Archaeologist in an exclusive interview with the.

BBS is only the symptom

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Once you’ve built the big machinery of political power, remember you won’t always be the one to run it.

EDITORIAL-The new weapons of mass deception

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Politicians are often heard making lofty proclamations about the need to protect Mother Lanka. The foundation of Mother Lanka, as of any country, is Mother Earth.

I will change my old records

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Minister Mervyn Silva’s son Malaka Silva who is from Kelaniya had gone to Matara and organised a Dansala there. It aroused the curiosity of almost everybody. A journalist has asked him the reason for this sudden change.

Politics moving down the generations

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There is a new trend in the field of politics where the sons of the politician fathers are given opportunities to enter politics. By proving this trend, Tharu Dissanayake, the son of  Minister S. B. Dissanayake is getting ready to enter politics in the near future.

Watareka Thera’s Melodrama, Cousin spills the beans

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Watareka  Vijitha Thera recently  hit the head lines of every paper and the electronic media over his abduction and the bodily harm he had encountered alleged to have been caused by his abductors. His subsequent declaration......

EDITORIAL - “Campaign” behind the riots

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External Affairs Minister Prof. G. L. Peiris has said that there had been a “campaign” behind the riots that took place in Aluthgama, Beruwala and Welipenna on June 15 and 16 which has had as its aim the weakening or destabilising the Government......

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