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The Story Of A Latent Management Trick

The Story Of A Latent Management Trick

By Mahesan Niranjan – At our drinking session in the Bridgetown pub yesterday, my regular partner, the Sri Lankan Tamil fellow Sivapuranam Thevaram, and I were joined by our countryman friend Polgahawela Aarachchige Don Soloman Rathmana Thanthiriya Bandarawela, known to anyone phonetically challenged as Pol. I might have introduced him before in these pages, but […]

Swine Flu Panic Sets In Sri Lanka

Panic has set among Sri Lankans of a possible Swine Flu (H1N1) outbreak in the country, amidst unconfirmed reports that a large number of Swine Flu affected Maldivians had arrived in Colombo for treatment. An SMS alert making the rounds claimed that over 200 Maldivians with the swine flu had arrived in the country unmonitored […]

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Is This A One-Term Government?

By Kumar David – Joint Opposition shreds Govt’s jugular; Ministers at cross-purposes; People are irate – Is this a One-Term government? The Joint Opposition is like a bull elephant in must, but the disruption and uproar it is creating are not insanity without strategy. Racial intolerance and religious extremism, a toxic mix, is a calculated tool […]

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Ballot Vs Bullet

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Ballot Vs Bullet

By R. Sampanthan – The choice should not be difficult, looked at superficially. But our experience shows that the Choice is not that easy. It is quite difficult, why is it not that easy? It is because Human Society is so complex, so diverse as to necessitate that Governance is structured so as to meet […]

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My SAITM Story

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My SAITM Story

By Chamalka Rathnayake – This is not to hurt anyone’s feelings but just to share my side of the story. Thought it’s the right time to open up. Hope you’ll spare few minutes to read 🙂 Having done A/L’s for the second time in 2012 from Pushpadana Girls’ College Kandy, I got A (Physics), B, B […]

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