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In a building near the beach, a casino operator sinks into a monstrous armchair and gushes about Colombo's gambling potential. His planned venture with an Australian investor includes a 450-room five-star-plus hotel to lure high-rollers from China,
Sri Lanka's Mahinda Rajapaksa hits out at critics The BBC's James Robbins says the British PM's determination to put human rights in the spotlight will be tested Sri Lanka's President Mahinda Rajapaksa has hit out at critics amid heightened scrutiny
In fact, in May 2009, when Mahinda Rajapakse declared victory against the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, the DMK's biggest grievance with the United Progressive Alliance was not over its tacit support to the war effort, but over which of the
Story Stephen Harper says progress has been made at the Commonwealth summit in Australia. He also raised concerns about human rights issues in Sri Lanka, indicating he would boycott the next meeting if these weren't addressed. The Canadian Press
The Daily Telegraph claims the Sri Lankan High Commission in London secretly stated fourteen Tory MPs have agreed to attend the Commonwealth summit to defend the Sri lanka government. Some of these MP’s are said to have been
44 editor The second session of the Northern Provincial Council commenced on 11th morning under the chairmanship of Assembly Chairman CVK Sivagnanam. Governor of the Northern Province GA Chandrasiri delivered his keynote address.
Governments attending the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting should press the host, Sri Lanka, on accountability for alleged war crimes and ongoing human rights abuses, Human Rights Watch and the Sri Lanka Campaign for Peace and Justice
V.Prabhakaran and his son Balachandran at Mullivaikkal memorial complex at Vilar near Thanjavur on Sunday...Velankanni Raj 3 held for allowing the meeting to go beyond deadline Saturday's meeting at the Mullivaikkal Memorial, erected at Vilar near
The Madras High Court bench in Madurai on Thursday dismissed an appeal filed by the police challenging a single judge order permitting the three-day inaugural function of the Mullivaikkal Martyrs Memorial' commencing in Thanjavur on Friday. In its
TV anchor-actor Isai Priya's capture during the last phase of the Lankan war. Priya was found dead on May 18, 2009, with visible marks of torture.