UNP MP Rosy Senanayake was recently appointed the spokesperson for Violence Against Women, from the South Asian Regional Network of Women Parliamentarians.
Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) General Secretary and Health Minister Maithripala Sirisena found himself in the limelight last week in rather unpalatable circumstances, when his son was involved in an incident of alleged assault of a senior police officer’s son while holidaying in Pasikudah.
Sri Lanka, a country with 2500 years of rich history, is increasingly becoming a place where decent people cannot make their home. Apart from those boat people, who should be looked at in a totally different perspective,...
General Secretary of the JVP Tilvin Silva expresses his ideas on the government’s lack of preparation for the United Nations Human Rights Council Sessions and the United States-led resolution against
In the Third instalment focusing on the Rights of Women; UNP MP Ranjan Ramanayaka an advocate of the Rights of Women working in the Middle East speaks to the Daily Mirror.
History’s greatest President of America, Abraham Lincoln envisioned and endeavoured for a united nation built on the principles of ‘equality and free labour’. His political master mindedness and genuine commitment for creating an American nation, united in its heart and soul, led to the 13th Amendment to the Constitution through Congressional approval and ratification in 1865.
As the fuel crisis worsened, the Petroleum Ministry has warned that if big state consumers exceed their quotas, they will not be given fuel on credit, and will have to open their own lines of credit.
Former Royal Rugby captain CR (Bulla) De Silva, the Attorney General and loyal friend of President Rajapaksa, must indeed be a puzzled man, even as a whole host of senior officials from the....
Second in our series on Women’s Rights, leading up to the International Day of Women (March) is a discussion with Shamila Daluwatte an Attorney-at-Law and Gender Specialist.
Minister Wimal Weerawansa, who is absolutely sure of everything he says, that the Japanese are so smart because they feed on tuna (Balaya). He’s conveniently forgetting that the same tuna-smart Japanese started a war they could not win almost 70 years ago,...
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