Parliamentarians from the UNP, DNA, JVP and the Movement to Restore Democracy protested today to free former Army Chief Sarath Fonseka. They converged together, shouting slogans in front of the Supreme Court car park.
Arjuna Ranatunga spoke to the Daily Mirror on the present state of cricket in the country, the role of his brother in Sri Lanka cricket and its shortfalls and the discipline of players.
Government Member of Parliament Thilanga Sumathipala spoke to the Daily Mirror on the importance of protection for MP’s, Sri Lanka Cricket Administration and the backward approach of the present bureaucracy.
United Nations Volunteers Executive Coordinator Flavia Pansieri spoke to the Daily Mirror, while in the country, on the importance of volunteerism, the ardent efforts of local volunteers towards the reconciliation process and the support given by UN voluteers for achieving the Millennium Development Goals.
Leader of the Nawa Sama Samajah Party Dr. Vikramabahu Karunaratne spoke to the Daily Mirror on the division within the government, the weakness of the opposition parties and comments on the talks of the government with the Tamil National Alliance.
Secretary of the Sri Lanka College of Psychiatrists Dr. Shehan Williams speaks to the Daily Mirror on mental healthcare in Sri Lanka. Dr. Williams is also the Head of the Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine, University of Kelaniya.
An enthralling conversation with Anil Gupta who is renowned for his efforts of bringing the limelight to the undiscovered grass root innovators of India and helping their ideas commercialize. He delivered the first Ray Wijewardena memorial lecture and ideally so since Ray Wijewardena was what Anil Gupta is to India.
UNP Co-Deputy Leader Sajith Premadasa discussed the budget 2012
Businessmen, thrill seekers and holiday makers shared their experience with the Daily Mirror online about the expressway.
In his first interview since being appointed as the Monitoring MP of the Education Ministry Mohan Lal Grero spoke to the Daily Mirror on his reasons for crossing over to the side of the government, his vision for the educational system of this country and the issues of university lecturers.
Chief Minister of Uva Province Shashindra Rajapaksa spoke to the Daily Mirror on the pressures of being a Rajapaksa, his political ambitions and the inner workings of the Rajapaksa family.
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