Leave our country and mind your own business, India. We`d rather support Pakistan than you tongue twisted enemies in friendly disguise...
Beijing is at its best when it comes to making inroads into developing countries. That is why more than 50 per cent of its human input, technical services, funding and foreign missions are based in the Dark Continent.
Whenever an election is included in the country’s agenda, the next thing one gets to read in papers is election violence or misuse of public properties.
The advent of elections to the Eastern Provincial Council has caused the Sri Lanka Muslim Congress (SLMC) to come under media spotlight during the past week. There was much interest and speculation over the course of action to be adopted (or not adopted) by the premier political party of the Sri Lankan Muslim people.
Veteran Tamil Nadu p o l i t i c i an M. Karunanidhi has announced the revival of the Tamil Eelam Supporters’ Organisation, a forum he had floated in the mid- 1980s to drum up support for the creation of a separate Tamil nation in Sri Lanka. In 1986, it was a broad-based political platform that attracted leaders from different parts of India and there was widespread support for the cause. A quarter century on, the most striking feature of the attempt to revive it is its incongruity in the current political context.
The regime in Damascus has been dealt a major blow. The suicide blast on Wednesday that targeted the core of the Syrian regime and killed the top security brass, including several policy-makers, has certainly weakened President Bashar Al Assad.
Mannar is on fire. The eastern town was no better than a battlefield on Wednesday, when the unruly protesters pelted stones at the Mannar police and the courts complex, compelling the Police to disperse the crowds with tear gas.
Tamil National Alliance National list Member of Parliament M.A Sumanthiran spoke to the Daily Mirror on the TNA preparations for the Eastern Provincial Council Elections...
There is ample evidence that New Delhi’s ambitions of becoming a global power has met with fresh challenges in its neighbourhood. In recent times, Sri...