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Event: Muhanned Cader’s Exhibition – Glue And Stick

Event: Muhanned Cader’s Exhibition – Glue And Stick

Muhanned Cader’s Exhibition Glue and Stick at Barefoot Gallery: A Chat with Muhanned Cader By Richard Simon Your latest one-man exhibition is at Barefoot on 1 March. How many exhibitions so far? This will be my fifth solo exhibition at Barefoot. Then I’ve had two in Pakistan – in Karachi and in Lahore. One each in […]

Sri Lanka’s Failure To Establish Hybrid Court Must Lead To ICC Referral

By Usha S Sri-Skanda Rajah – Come March 2017 UN Must Act on Sri Lanka – Part 2 “When humans understand fully they have rights, it is next to impossible to make them un-know it.” – High Commissioner Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein The 34th Session of the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) has begun and all […]

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Athuraliye Rathana Thero Hits Out At Ranil Says He Is A ‘Loser’

Athuraliye Rathana Thero who played an important role during the 2015 President Election today hit out at Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe and his economic policies, while calling on President Maithripala Sirisena to use the powers given to him by the people and start taking important decisions. Speaking at the inaugural conference of the Sri Lanka […]

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Mangala “Samayang” Samaraweera Strikes Again! 

By Dayan Jayatilleka – In his speech to the high level segment of the UNHRC session in Geneva, yesterday, Minister of External Affairs Mangala Samaraweera pledged a Third Republican Constitution by our 70th Independence Day (next Feb 4th), declared that “a Referendum is imperative”, opined that 69 years since Independence were “a failed experiment” and […]

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Context: An Appeal To All Sri Lankans On New Constitution

By S. Krishnananthan – To understand my article on the “An Appeal to Sri Lankans on the New Constitution” the context on which I wrote the article is important and the context is going to be the main theme of this article and this context will place my article on the correct perspective. Let my […]

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