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Towards An Informed Water Vision

Towards An Informed Water Vision

By Ranil Senanayake – The three basic substances of our biosphere, Air, Water and Soil share the characteristic that they are all dynamic and vary in quality and quantity from place to place on this planet. However there is what is generally recognized as the ‘optimal range’ of values for each one of these substances, […]

වියත් මග​: ඒකාධිපති රාජ්‍යය වෙත යළි පල්ලම් බැසීම

සරත් ද අල්විස් – මේ වන විට සිදාදියට ඇවිත් ඇති නවතම සංදර්ශනය හෙවත් සර්කසය වන්නේ, යහපත් අනාගතයක් වෙනුවෙන් වන වෘත්තිකයන්ගේ ‘වියත් මග’ යි. හොඳින් රංගගත කෙරුණු ‘වියත් මග’ සභාවේ ඉදිරි පෙළ මුල් අසුන්වල මහින්ද, ගෝඨාභය සහ බැසිල් යන රාජපක්ෂ සොහොයුරන් අසුන්ගෙන සිටීම, එම සභාවේ අභිප‍්‍රාය මොනවට කියාපෑවේය. එම ඉදිරි පෙළ සෙසු අසුන් අරක්ගෙන සිටියේ හිටපු […]

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From February To October – The Legacy Of Russian Revolution & Sri Lanka Today

By Jayadeva Uyangoda – When we commemorate the one hundredth anniversary of the Russian Revolution, the world situation has changed quite dramatically. Capitalism, which those who welcomed the Russian revolution thought would leave the stage of human history, continues to be around, renewing its usual destructive capacities as well. Capitalism has survived many challenges modeled […]

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A Ray Of Hope From Australia: Lessons For Sri Lanka?

By Laksiri Fernando – In a context that almost all the Western countries are drifting to the right, xenophobic nationalism and even to the brink of neo-fascism, the results at the Western Australian (WA) election are undoubtedly a ray of hope for those who aspire for a better world, a balanced international relations and justice […]

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A Visit To Kunakunthammah Francis In Puthukudiyiruppu As The UNHRC Considers Sri Lanka

By S. Ratnajeevan H. Hoole – My visit to Puthukudiyiruppu today (11 March 2017) as the UNHRC debates Sri Lanka was coincidental. The Election Commission had received from Australia packages of books, pencils, pens and miscellaneous items for indigent refugee children and I took a boxful to the survivors at Puthukudiyiruppu. Through Rev. Fr. Joseph […]

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My SAITM Story

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My SAITM Story

By Shabnam Sambriya Wallin – I am Shabnam Sambriya Wallin, a final year Medical student from the 5th batch (the 1st batch to be UGC approved) of the Faculty of Medicine at SAITM. I completed my secondary education at a leading International Girls’ School here in Colombo where I sat for my Edexcel London Ordinary […]

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Ugly Head Of Islamic Radicalization Continues To Terrorize Kattankudy

The ugly head of Islamic radicalization which has been plaguing Kattankudy for many years, has once again raised its head to terrorize innocent civilians in the area, with the latest incident seeing several people severely injured due to a clash between two groups, including the radical Thawheed Jamath, where the groups attacked each other with […]

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Constitutional & Legal Reforms To Destroy The Nation

By Mahinda Rajapaksa – The government’s efforts to fundamentally change the constitution, the law and the structure of the Sri Lankan state is expected to come to the fore in the months ahead. Since November last year, several documents that have either been officially released or have come to light by other means, reveal very […]

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