Jermaine Jackson the older brother of Michael Jackson and a part of the ‘Jackson five’ who is currently on a personal visit to Sri Lanka spoke to the Daily Mirror about the memory of his brother, the legacy of Jackson Five and the objective of his visit in a short interview.
This is a short documentary about Noori, a sceneic village 14 Kilometers off Deraniyagala where many atrocities are alleged to have taken place. Many victims did not want to be on camera and many didnt speak to us in fear of reprisal. However, the short film depicts ‘ the tip of the iceberg’ in which the Police, Politicians and Criminals collude to further a reign of terror on innocent villagers.
Seems the cry of all the villagers and the mother of the 16 year old student who was killed by gunshot injuries. The mother of the second victim, a 19 year old student who was to sit for his A/ Level exams today also asks us, 'can you bring him back sir?'- and we could only be silent. Daily Mirror footage of the funeral procession and the mourning of a village.
The full statement made by MP Dayasiri Jayasekera prior to the vacating his seat in Parliament on Wednesday.
A brilliant legal mind, renowned for causing ripples while he was a member of the upper Judiciary and even after retirement, for his forthright speeches and judgments dispensed in the true spirit of law, former Supreme Court Judge C. V. Wigneswaran in a candid interview with Daily Mirror shared his reasons for deciding to enter politics as TNA’s Chief Ministerial candidate and of his views on the contending issues of 13A that has emerged before the decisive Northern election due in September.
In a wide ranging interview with the Daily Mirror, The Tamil National Alliance leader, R. Sampanthan told why he believed that Tamils were being considered as second class citizens, the importance for the full implementation of the 13th Amendment to the Constitution and also responded to allegations against him and his party to the effect that they were the proxies of the LTTE and asserted his commitment to a united undivided Sri Lanka.
One time government strongman and a man who was considered one of the most powerful Ministers during the tenure of the Former President, and now one of the current regime’s most vociferous critics, speaks to Daily Mirror on the current regime, the alternative he proposes, the fallacy of the 'computer jilmart' and President Mahinda Rajapaksa, his friend.
A music video, titled ‘Shame on you,’ composed and performed by Rajitha Rupasinghe of Misty, Rukshan Perera and Sohan Weerasinghe has received many hits from Sri Lankans on YouTube. We are uploading this novel video for the viewing pleasure of DM online viewers.
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