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95 Sri Lankan Tamil refugees detained after migration bid
Date: Monday 10th of September 2012 Photo

In an overnight operation that ended early on Saturday, the Mangalore police prevented a group of 97 persons — 95 of them believed to be Sri Lankan Tamil refugees — from embarking on an unsafe and illegal sea voyage in a bid to migrate to Australia.

Genuine boat refugees fear for life, send SOS from Indonesia
Date: Tuesday 04th of September 2012 Photo

53 Eezham Tamil boat refugees, seeking asylum in Australia but driven to Indonesia, are on a fast-unto-death protest on-board their vessel for the past four days, against the decision of the Indonesian authorities to hand them over to Sri Lanka Navy. The refugees claim that they will be persecuted, even killed, if handed over to the SL Navy.

Genocidal sex abuse of ex-LTTE female cadres becomes routine in North and East
Date: Thursday 30th of August 2012 Photo

The genocidal Sri Lanka military occupying the country of Eezham Tamils is routinely engaged in repeated sexual abuse of the former female members of the LTTE to see them pregnant by the Sinhala soldiers, in the model of former Yugoslavia, news sources citing a number of cases and medical professionals told TamilNet.

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IOM blamed for double standards
12 September, 2012 

A section of the officials of the International Organisation of Migration (IOM), working with the Sri Lankan State, have been harassing former LTTE members to return the identity cards the organisation had earlier provided to them certifying their release. The IOM, which undertook ‘pre-release profiling’ of more than 10,000 ex-Tiger members, had received foreign aid from Japan, Norway, USA, The Netherlands and the UK for the programme named ‘Information, Counselling, and Referral Services’ (ICRS).

Sri Lanka's ruling party sweeps local polls
10 September, 2012 

Sri Lanka's ruling party secured victory in three provincial council elections including one area ravaged by the island's ethnic war that ended in 2009, according to results released on Sunday. President Mahinda Rajapakse's United People's Freedom Alliance (UPFA) swept the council polls in the north-central and central regions with near two thirds majorities in Saturday's vote.

Ki'linochchi farmers weep over what they sowed as Iranamadu tank dries up
09 September, 2012  Photo

The Iranamadu tank in the Ki'linochchi district, from which the Government proposed to supply water to Jaffna, has dried up considerably, with no water being available even for farmers in the area.As a result, officials have decided to limit water to farmers for their cultivations this year.

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India awakens to sexist component of genocidal culture in Sri Lanka

A cartoon that appeared in Lakbima newspaper of Sri Lanka, on Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa, has awakened the masses in India on the sexist side of the genocidal culture encountered by Eezham Tamils over several decades, said South Asia watchers in New Delhi noting responses from different parts of India.

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The treatment of Sri Lankan asylum seekers shows that further punishing victims is deemed acceptable if it can score domestic political points. At a time of bipartisan support for renewing the Pacific Solution, it is deeply disturbing to see the asylum seeker issue taking a turn for the more extreme. In a world of dog-whistle politics, it appears that further punishing victims is acceptable if it can score domestic political points.

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Shock And Awww!

How do you efface memories of the fact that at least 40,000 civilians (Tamils) were killed in the final phase of a genocidal war in Sri Lanka, the majority of them by the Sri Lankan army’s shelling of hospitals and “safe zones”? How do you move on when 3,00,000 Sri Lankan Tamils were internally displaced—and continue to be treated as suspects by a chauvinist Sinhala regime?

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Apply BDS campaign against Sri Lanka: Tamil Nadu writer

Arguing that “massive international pressure alone can halt the ongoing cultural and structural genocide against the Tamils”, Tamil Nadu based poet and writer Meena Kandasamy contends in an article on that an effective Boycotts, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign, which was used against the apartheid South African state must be also applied to Sri Lanka.

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Frogs In A Pot Of Water

There is a facile truism about nations getting the politicians they deserve. We, in Sri Lanka certainly have the kind we deserve.  Small-minded, cliquish, corrupt, self-serving, self-indulgent and deceitful. We should have booted them out a long time ago – but have not.
As we watch the conclusion of yet another election what is evident is not that the ballot rules but that parliamentarians have shown once again that they will stoop to any level in order to cling to power.

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Results of polls will shape Govt. policy on vital issues

The UPFA government’s popularity, both in Sri Lanka and abroad, will be measured today by an unusual yardstick — the outcome of yesterday’s polls for Sabaragamuwa, North Central and Eastern Provincial Councils. The main thrust of the government has been to demonstrate, both here and to the outside world, that despite criticism on a multitude of issues, the UPFA continues to enjoy the confidence of the people. Towards this end, the alliance’s seven-week campaign, where an entire cabinet of ministers had been deployed, was to ensure that it win a larger volume of votes, perhaps higher than previous polls.

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SLA Soldier raped a teenage student in Batticaloa

17th of Apr 2011

Panel’s report ‘cannot erase the stain on the UN’

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100,000 civilians go missing in war’s final months – Channel 4

17th of Apr 2011

Sri Lanka leader urges protests against UN report

17th of Apr 2011

TNA irked by failure to get detainee list

17th of Apr 2011

UN panel indicts Srilanka of war crimes

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Civilian deaths in Sri Lanka may have been vastly underestimated, U.N. panel says

17th of Apr 2011 Photo


Indian Navy launches coast guard interceptor vessel in Rameswaram

17th of Apr 2010

JMC evicts Sinhalese pavement traders in Nalloor

17th of Apr 2010

India refuses landing to Pirapaharan's mother

17th of Apr 2010

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17th of Apr 2010

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17th of Apr 2010

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17th of Apr 2010

TNA, SLMC agree for talks

17th of Apr 2010

Rajapakse to declare open new parliament on April 22

17th of Apr 2010

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17th of Apr 2010


White van armed men abduct Tamil trader in Ampaa’rai

17th of Apr 2009

Colombo householders asked to register particulars with police

17th of Apr 2009

Tamil labourer shot dead in Trincomalee

17th of Apr 2009

2 Tamil youths arrested in Tangalle

17th of Apr 2009


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Does the world know what is happening to Tamils in Sri Lanka.

Nowadays US develops close relations with India to preclude India from 'bandwagoning' with either China or Russia or Both or with France to undercut US strategic interest in Asia. No Solution for Tamils in Sri Lanka Upto, US and anti-US alliance's amendment to the existing strategic policies of Sri Lanka are occured.until Sri Lanka's preplanned executions and Violations on Minority Tamils will be continued....

Confidential UN documents acquired by The Times record nearly 7,000 civilian deaths in the "no-fire" zone up to the end of April 2009. At least 20,000 Tamil people were killed on the Mullaitththeevu by Sri Lanka Army atrocities in "Safety zone". Aerial photographs, official documents, witness accounts and expert testimony collected by medias, “present clear evidence of an atrocity".


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The tragic history of post-independence records that the Tamils of Sri Lanka have been subjected to mass-scale mob violence in the years 1956, 1958, 1977, 1981 and 1983. The anti-Tamil violence of July 1983 was the most terrible and horrible of them all. It remains etched in memory even after 27 years.

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Australian families reach out to boatpeople

For view: 09th of September 2012

After 22 days on a boat fleeing Sri Lanka and more than five months in detention, asylum-seeker Jeevan Nanthakumar recently unpacked his suitcases in the home of an Australian pensioner couple. Nanthakumar -- a pseudonym -- said he left his homeland and family in January due to "government problems and enemies in my village".

"I went to India then was on a boat for 22 days, five days with no food and no water," said the 26-year-old.

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Why Men Don’t Offer Their Seats To Women In Buse

For view: 09th of September 2012

A year ago a friend of mine from Europe raised an alarming question during her short stay in Sri Lanka: “Why Sri Lankan men don’t give up their seats to women in public transportation?” I am compulsively obliged to defend my motherland Sri Lanka against such an accusation. I have never travelled to Europe; therefore I didn’t know the situation in Eastern Europe. However due to the prevalent Third World citizen mentality, I presumed that she speaks words of wisdom: “this sort of idiosyncrasy could only be seen in countries like Sri Lanka, and India”, I thought.

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Relations Between India and Sri Lanka Sour

For view: 05th of September 2012

Last week, while traveling down the coast of Tamil Nadu for my article about the fishing wars between India and Sri Lanka, I noticed pilgrims walking along the side of the road. They trudged along, despite the heat, as they walked kilometers on a pilgrimage to Christian shrines in the state of Tamil Nadu. What I had not realized is that some of the pilgrims visiting the state were from Sri Lanka.

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Missing And Forgotten

For view: 02nd of September 2012

Kumarasamy Pathmanathan has a question. “If the war is over and if there is no problem in the country, why are they arresting people?” Pathmanathan is one of the 300 people who showed up in the city of Vavuniya on Thursday, August 30, holding up pictures of a loved one who has gone missing. In his case, it’s his daughter, 31-year old Vasanthamala.

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A 17-year old boy is physically and sexually assaulted by intoxicated police officers at Pallama Police Station for a crime that he did not commit

The Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has received information that a 17-year old boy was physically and sexually assaulted by intoxicated police officers at Pallama Police Station for a crime that he did not commit. Mr. Chamara (name changed for privacy and security purposes) was accused of stealing jewelry from a neighbour. Despite repeated denials of this accusation, he was arbitrarily arrested by officers attached to the Pallama Police Station, detained and grossly assaulted, both physically and sexually.

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