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Opinion

“Give us five years to prove ourselves” - Lal Kantha

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Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP) District leader for Colombo District, K.D. Lal Kantha says that this election would be a turning point for the party. In a discussion with the Daily Mirror he said Marxism was a philosophy that would be suitable to Sri Lanka if it was applied in the right way.

Bash the US then what?

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Tamil ultras, it is reported, are planning a march in Geneva next week to burn copies of the US sponsored resolution against alleged human rights violations in Lanka. At the same time some Tamil websites report approvingly of Tamil Nadu students burning the resolution, implicitly encourage others to do so.......

Misdeeds on seeds and weeds - Editorial

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With an economic cold war erupting in the aftermath of the Russian Federation’s annexation of the Crimean peninsula in neighbouring Ukraine, Sri Lanka needs to focus more on sophisticated economic neo-colonialism through which the rich countries and their trans-national corporations (TNCs) are continuing to....

SL will soon be another Somalia - Nanda Muruttettuwegama

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Attorney-at-Law and legal educationist, Nanda Muruttettuwegama is contesting for the Western Provincial Council Election from the United National Party (UNP). In a discussion with the Daily Mirror he said, what the country had was a criminal economy and Sri Lanka would be another Somalia in the near future.

Towards a rational and educated society - Randima Gamage

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Randima Gamage, a second time contestant for the Southern Provincial Council election from the UPFA, spoke to the Daily Mirror on his candidacy for the upcoming elections, his vision and allegations against his party. Gamage is an old boy of Royal College Colombo and a graduate in law, having completed his .............

Responding to Prolonged Drought: Rainwater Harvesting a Response to Dwindling Water Resources

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When this article appears in print, rain might have already come and public anxieties about water shortages and water cuts might have already receded into the background. Yet, droughts are not going to disappear for good. If at all, they might come more frequently and even become more severe in the future.

The fluctuating trends in the call for the death penalty - Editorial

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The Ministry of Rehabilitation and Prison Reforms has extended the time for public viewing of the historic Bogambara Prison because of the high demand from the people who are keen to visit it.

Opposition will not be in the opposition forever - Manju Sri Arangala

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United National Party (UNP) Colombo District leader Manju Sri Arangala is contesting for the upcoming Provincial Council Elections. He says that despite the city beautification, we have people in the Colombo District itself who do not have basic facilities.

Colombo is being turned into a Chicago - Dr. Nalinda Jayatissa

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Former JVP Western Provincial Councillor and Kalutara district leader, Dr. Nalinda Jayatissa spoke to Daily Mirror on the issues of health and education sectors, beautification of Colombo and of the drawback suffered by the JVP due to their dwindling voter base

Geneva resolution and faux pas zeal in Tamil separatism : PLAYING WITH FIRE

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The UNHRC resolution to see the light shortly in Geneva has been discussed and dissected by analysts who keep missing the forest. All things considered,  what is being  subtly promoted as the ‘final solution to the (so-called) Tamil problem’ is an autonomous Tamil state in Sri Lanka.

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