Daily Mirror visited the Puthukudirippu town in Mullaitivu, to get a glimpse of the daring female de-miners in action - grappling hidden killers and bringing these former 'fields of death', slowly back to life.
Former Chief Justice Sarath N Silva spoke to the Daily Mirror on the people’s confidence in the judiciary and the provincial council system.
A 30 year-old Sri Lankan youth named Dayan Antony who returned to Sri Lanka on Thursday morning from Australia after he was refused asylum and deported to Sri Lanka, told the media in Colombo that he was not a member of LTTE, but had pretended to be in order to get to Australia.
Tamil National Alliance National list Member of Parliament M.A Sumanthirun spoke to the Daily Mirror on the TNA preparations for the Eastern Provincial Council Elections, the commitment of the party to the Parliamentary Select Committee and the Militarization do the North.
The German Ambassador to Sri Lanka Jens Ploetner spoke to the Daily Mirror on the LLRC, the reconciliation process and winning peace.
Former Sri Lanka captain Sanath Jayasuriya, who made his debut on the dance reality show 'Jhalak Dikhla Kaa', is seen in the above video dancing to Bollywood song
Assistant Resident Representative and Team Leader — Environment, Energy and Disaster Management of the United Nations Development Programme Dr. Ananda Mallawatantri spoke to the Daily Mirror about Sri Lanka’s progress towards sustainable development and youth involvement in this endeavour, in the backdrop of the Rio+20 Summit taking place from June 20-22.
Opposition Leader for the CMC Mohomed Maharoof speaks to the Daily Mirror Online regarding the ongoing controversy at the CMC. Maharoof said that the UPFA would move a no confidence motion against the Mayor A.J.M Muzammil for charges including that of corruption.
Defence secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa has told BBC it is not appropriate to view the north of the country, over which a separatist war was fought, as a predominantly Tamil area. See the full video interview.
Former Army Commander Sarath Fonseka speaks to the Daily Mirror on the conditions of his release and his future political ambitions. He also expresses the fact that he holds no animosity against those who put him behind bars, and claims that government MP's are in a worse off prison than he was.
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