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Expose: Full List Of The Free Laptop Journos; Media Minister Lied To Parliament

Journalists from virtually every mainstream media in the country with the exception of the Sunday Times newspaper have accepted laptops and car loans or both from the Rajapaksa regime, a Colombo Telegraph investigation has revealed.

A free Laptop from President to Daily News Editor Rajpal Abeynayake

A free Laptop from President to Daily News Editor Rajpal Abeynayake

According to statements made by Media Minister Keheliya Rambukwella in Parliament during the budget debate on the Media Ministry earlier this month, 496 journalists have been awarded laptops by the Government, proof that the regime is ‘media friendly’. In fact the file is in Colombo Telegraph‘s possession indicates that only 403 laptops have in fact been awarded and not all of them to journalists, indicating that the Media Minister has in fact misled the House on the issue.

The Minister’s leaked files now in possession of the Colombo Telegraph prove that only 136 mainstream journalists and 30 provincial correspondents have been awarded laptops by the regime and noted by name. 11 of those provincial correspondents are from the Media Minister’s electorate of Kandy while nine chosen correspondents are from President Rajapaksa’s Hambantota. The other 237 recipients are believed to be Ministerial aides and supporters who cannot be identified as journalists. No explanation can be found for the missing 93 laptops from the Minister’s file.

Several senior editors of newspapers in Sri Lanka have also accepted the interest-free car loans and the free laptop from the Government, the Colombo Telegraph investigation has revealed.

Speaking to the Colombo Telegraph Sunday Times Editor Sinha Ratnatunge said that his news editor had informed him that a letter had arrived informing him that there was a laptop allocated to him. He had been asked to attend a ceremony to receive the laptop, the letter had said. However Ratnatunge said he had decided not to accept the laptop from the Government or attend the ceremony.

It was only Ravaya News Editor Lasantha Ruhunage in writing refused to accept the free laptop.

Colombo Telegraph also spoke with the Editor of The Nation newspaper Malinda Seneviratne who accepted a laptop awarded by the Ministry. Seneviratne said that two laptops had been offered to The Nation. “Two laptops were offered to ‘The Nation’, one was for me. I believe I was one of the last journalists to make use of the offer.  The reason is simple.  We were short of computers at the time, so I took it and gave it to one of my journalists to use.  I even gave the machine entitled to me as the editor to one of my journalists.  In fact, I’ve always used my personal laptop for my work,” he told Colombo Telegraph. Asked if there was an ethics issue about accepting the laptops Seneviratne said he did not believe so.

“My company didn’t have a problem with it.  I don’t have a problem with it.  The only difference it has made is that it has made our work a little bit easier. Indeed, it is one of the many machines we use to write stories criticizing government policy,” he said.

Victor Ivan, Advisory Editor of the Ravaya newspaper said he had not been offered a laptop, but cautioned that the fundamental issue facing the Sri Lankan media was not about material support but freedom. “Giving privileges to selected people or profession is always a bad practice” he added.

After a series of exposures by the Colombo Telegraph about the serious conflict of interest issues and violations of standard journalistic ethics, the BBC World Service ruiled that some of its Sinhala Section journalists have breached journalistic ethics and violated BBC’s code of conduct by applying for interest free vehicle loans offered by the Sri Lankan Government. The BBC has also stated that the staff in breach of the code would be sent for retraining.

The Colombo Telegraph has been unable to reach Media Minster for comment.

We publish below the free laptop list in full;

Chief Editors

1. S Srigajan – Chief Editor – Weerakesari

2. Nisthar Cassim – Chief Editor –  Daily and Weekend Financial Times

3. V Thanabalasinghan – Chief Editor –  Thinakkural

4. Jatila Vellaboda – Chief Editor – Lakbima

5. Sisira Paranatantri – Chief Editor – Rivira

6. Thushara Gunaratne – Chief Editor – Maubima

7. Narada Nissanka – Chief Editor – Divaina

8. R Sivaraja – Chief Editor – Sudaroli

9. Gamini Jayalath – Chief Editor – Dinamina

10. Dinesh Weeravansa – Chief Editor – Sunday Observer

11. S Thillainathan – Chief Editor – Thinakaran

12. Karunadasa Sooriyarachchi – Chief Editor – Silumina

13. Rajpal Abeynayake – Chief Editor – Daily News

14. T. Seththivelar – Chief Editor – Thinakaran

15. Ariyananda Dombagahawatta – Chief Editor – Irida Lankadeepa

16. R. Prabagan – Chief Editor – Sunday Weerakesari

17. R. Baharthi – Chief Editor – Sunday Thinakkural

18. Mohan Lal Piyadasa –  Chief Editor  – Irurasa

19. Sundara Nihathamani De Mel – Chief Editor – Lakbima

20. Malinda Seneviratne- Chief Editor – Nation

21. Gamini Sumanasekara – Chief Editor – Irida Divayna

22. Saman Samarakkody – Chief Editor – Randiva

23. Ranga Jayasooriya – Chief Editor – Lakbima News

24. Mahinda Abesundara – Editorial Advisor – Dinamina

25. Jayantha Sri Nissanka – Editor – Ceylon Today / then News editor Lakbima News

News Heads 

26. Nilantha Rajendra – Sri FM

27. Priyantha Pradeep Ranasinghe – Sha FM / Hiru FM

28. Lenin Raj – Vektary FM

29. Wasantha Karunaratne – Ran FM

30. Udithamal Hemachandra – Real radio / Kiss / Siyatha FM

31. Sameera Fernando – E FM

32. Mrugayya Indrajith – Sooriyan FM

33. Sachindra Jayesundara – Sun/ Gold FM

34. Bradman Jayaweera – Rangiri Sri Lanka

35. Sidath Mendis – Lak FM

36. Kulasiri Kariyawasam – Neth FM

37. Sashika Jayathilaka – The Buddhist radio/ TV

38. Chamika Janakantha Alwis – Isira radio

39. Shehan Baranage – Derana FM/ TV

40. Swarna Gunawardena – VIP radio

41. Sunesh Rodrigo – TNL rock FM

42. Champika Perera – Max radio

43. Chamila Galewela – Sinha FM

44. Udayajeewa Ekanayake – V FM

45. Chaminda Karunaratne – Swarnavahini

46. Sugath Dharmapriya – Sri TV

47. Sardha Jameel – Den TV

48. Teran Karannagoda – TNL

49. Nilantha Kankanamge – Art TV

50. Saddhamangala Sooriyabandara – CSN

51. Sudeva Hettiarachchi – Hiri TV

52. BAC Abewardena – TV Lanka

Section Directors and Managers 

53. Vijaya  Dissanayake – Rupavahini

54. NM Raja – Rupavahini

55. Vimukthika Kariyawasam – Rupavahini

56. Mohan Karunaratne – Rupavahini

57. Prasad Dodamgodage – Rupavahini

58. R Kanapathipillay – SLBC

59. Yusuf Noordeen – SLBC

60. Indika Jayaratne – SLBC

61. Thushara Sandanayake – SLBC

62. HSK Perera – ITN

63. GSN Perera – ITN

64. AG Gayan Chinthaka – ITN

65. Hasantha Hettiarachchi – ITN

66. Sanjeewa Edirimanna – ITN

News Editors

67. Sampath Deshapriya – Lakbima

68. Viranjana Herath – Rivira

69. Arthur Wamanan – the Nation

70. Benet Rupasinghe – Maubima

71. Piayasena Disanayake – Divayna Irida

72. Azif Huward – Ceylon Today

73. Naleen Dilruksha – Dinamina

74. Indrani Peiris – Lankadeepa

75. Ranjith Ananda Jayasinghe – Lankadeepa Irida

76. Duminda Sanjeewa Balasuriya – Ada

77. Daya Lankapura – Irurasa

78. Chaminda Senaratne – Randiva

Other section heads

79. Wimalanath Weeraratne – Ravaya

80. Nuwan Gankanda – Lakbima

81. Manoj Abedheera – Dinaina

82. Chandrasiri Dodamgoda- Divaina

83. Anura Solamons – Divaina

84. KRP Haran – Thinakural

Cartoonists

85. Tissa Hewavissa –  Lankadeepa

86. Dasa Hapuvalana – Lankadeepa

87. Talangama Jayasighe – Lankadeepa

88. Prithi Kannangara – Dinamina

89. Ruwan Tharasvin – Dianamina

90. Janaka Ratnayake – Mawbima

91. MD Weeraratne – Divaina

92. Sujeewa Jayawickkrama – Lakbima

93. Anjana Indrajith – Lakbima

94. Darshana Karunatilake – Lakbima

95. Camilus Perera – Rivira

96. Asanga Indunil – Rivira

97. Awantha Artigala – Daily mirror

98. BB Opatha – Daily News

99. Shantha Weeramuni – Island

100. Udaya Wimalasiri – Island

101.  Jeffrey Kelaart –  Island

102. SM Jayasekera – Irurasa

Journalists

103. Mangala  Radaliyagoda – ITN

104. Surendra Abepala – ITN

105. Vajira Sumedha – Swarnavahini

106. Lakmal sanjeewa – Swarnavahini

107. Sajith Ranasinghe – Swarnavahini

108. AEAN Wijeratne – SLBC

109. Ajith Gamage – Hiru FM

110. Sandamali Apsara – Sri FM

111. Jayasiri Munasinghe – Dinamina

112. Dhanushka Godakumbura – Dinamina

113. Mahinda Aluthgedara – Dinamina

114. Ruwan De Silva – Dinamina

115. Lorenz Selvanayagam – Thinakaran

116. Marlin marikkar – Thinakaran

117. Sunil Daya Alwis – Thinakaran

118. Anura Balasuriya – Divaina

119. Jude Densil  Pathiraja – Divaina

120. Dushyantha Samarasena – Lankadeepa

121. Gayan Agalakada – Lankadeepa

122. Panuka Rajapaksa – Lakbima

123. Suranimala Perera – Lakbima

124. Sandun Jayasekara – Daily Mirror

125. Crishty Mahesh De Silva – Rivira

126. Tigo Kugan – Thinakkural

127. A Kanagaraja – Weerakesari

128. Nandana Kehelgamuwa – Maubima

129. Gamunu Vallage – Maubima

130. Keerthi Warnakulasooriya – Divaina

131. Chamara Lakshan Kumara – Irurasa

132. Bulitha Pradeep Kumara – Divaina

133. Nayanaka Ranwella – Rivira

134. Nimal Seneviratna – SLBC

135. Mohan Perera – SLBC

136. Kamal Jayamanna – SLBC

Provincial Journalists

137. K Arzarathnam – Manipai / Lake House

138. C Wimalasurendra – Kanday / Upali Newspapers

139. Kamal Suraweera – Kandy / –

140. Asanka Arambewatta – Kandy / –

141. Gaya Wanniarachchi – Kandy / –

142. Nihal Jayawardena – Kandy /-

143. Shan Seneviratne – Kandy / –

144. AG Wickckramsinha – Kandy / –

145. IPW Polkotuwa – Kandy / Upali Newspapers

146. JL Jayasinghe – Kandy / Lankadeepa

147. Asela Kuruluwnasa – Kandy / Dinamina

148. Herath banda – Kandy/ –

149. MA Fakurdeen – Akkarapattu 4 / Lake House

150. WSKK Justin – Uyanva – Matara /Lake House

151. Edmon Liyange – Matara /-

152. SP Ediwin – Tangalle / Lake House

153. Gamini Obesekara – Polonnaruwa / ITN

154. WGS Nissanka – Polonnaruwa / Dinamina

155. Chaya Wickckrama Surendra – Matara / Rupavahini

156. SM Farook – Badulla / Lake House

157. PHG Kulasiri – Beliatta – Hambantota/ Rupavahini

158. WSA Pakkaja Sankalpa – Matara / ITN

159. RHAR Vydyasekara – Hambantota / Lake House

160. Karunadasa Kottegoda – Hambantota / Upali Newspapers

161. KK Ariyadasa – Hambantota / –

162. Granvil Ratnayake – Hambantota / –

163. DG Jaysundara – Hambantota / –

164. Sanath Gamage – Hambantota / –

165. Wimal Garusinghe – Hambantota/ –

166. KK Dayasena – Hambantota / –

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    Gaje, remember BILL CLINTON saying he did nothing wrong…just stood up and took it [rather gave it]…or was it ‘ allowed it” as Monica deep-throated him ? Ahem, that was not very long after she was savouring what it was to be like on Clinton’s “laptop”.

    Like journalism, it’s a ‘process’. See?

    Well, well ! Guess what these bastards will be doing next!! a la Levinsky !
    So maybe I can coin a word to define kept journalists ?

    How does “LEVINSKYTES” SOUND ? NOT BAD EH ?

    WHAT’S [Edited out] SUCKING JOURNO CALLED ? A MONIKAT ? A MONICUNT? OR A LEVINSKYTE ? I KNOW WHAT I WILL BE CALLING THEM HEREAFTER: C-SUCKERS !

    HEY CT ! I HAND THIS OVER TO YOU.

    MAYBE YOU CAN REGISTER IT WITH THE CHAMBERS DICTIONARY.

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    This list is the Local List as the Foreign List may include the name
    Kamalesh Sharma who can only be satisfied with a Mac Pro (6 core)
    instrument costing only USD 4000.00.

    Now that CHOGM II is in the making, this news may spill out??

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    Offering material benefits to those work for the state is not a new thing. Take the whole issue of duty free car permits to politicians and high level public officers ?

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    How stupid these media guys can be! Its very easy to bug these laptops so that anything that is typed into these laptops can be viewed by the Government on a “live” basis. Every email, every letter, every chat could be monitored and tracked. Sad state of affairs for all those who took these lap tops. They themselves would have contributed to creating secret files by the Defence Ministry on them. Stupid Idiots.

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    I do not understand this big fuss over the free laptops and car loans to journalists. These days journalists need laptops.Most of the Sri Lankan journalists live on very low wages and may not be able to buy their own laptops and the institutions that employ them may not be able to provide these. If the government provides these using public funds why should it be considered an issue of journalist ethics? One may have an objection if President Rajapakse provides these laptops using his own funds. It is public money that is used to help a section of the community that provides a useful service by informing them of current events and comments on politics. Why should anyone assume that just because they received a free laptop provided by the government they will definitely refrain from criticizing the government?

    Government provides duty free car allowances to all Members of Parliament. All them including TNA and UNP MPs received them. Did they stop criticizing the government? TNA Leader Sampanthan was provided with a bullet proof car by former President Chandrika Kumaratunga for his protection? Did anyone say Chandrika was bribing Sampanthan? Sampanthan did not have any qualms in accepting this.

    Now the government is providing police protection to all MPs and even Provincial Councillors. TNA MPs and Councillors readily accept this protection. Did they stop criticizing the government just because they received duty free car allowances and police protection from the government?

    Why do you differentiate the MPs and journalists? If it is not unethical for opposition MPs how then it could be unethical for journalists to accept free laptops and car allowances? The undeniable fact is that both the MPS and journalists serve in the interests of the public and they are given these at the expense of public funds. The moneys to buy these laptops are not coming out of President Rajapakse’s pockets.

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      which one in the above list represents your real name ?

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      Its ethics when the crooked Telegraph does not get a laptop .

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      The ethics kicks in especially because the government picks and chooses the journalists that get freebies. It is not an entitlement based on published criteria. Journalists are then “incentivised” to keep writing/functioning in a way that allows them to be chosen for future freebies as well. That’s why it is unethical.

      In parliament benefits such as duty free licenses are given to all equally on a transparent basis, individual MPs cannot be deleted from the list by the president if he does not like what they say.

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    Thanks for the list of lapdogs.

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    The Sri Lankan government ofter the free laptop and interest free car loan is okey with the our president view. It is good who worked with the responsibitly of media and protect the nation; but not who worked & support earlier with the LTTE and currently with the TNA.
    Tamil newspaper such as Thinakkural , Weerakesari & SurarOli are LTTE support newspapers. Specially Surar Oli is belongs to Saravanapavan MP who alwas acting as LTTE proxy. how can this shameless above tamil media can go and get above gift from the givernment? They are not capable to get this at all. Beggers!!!!!! V.Thanabalasingam, KRP Karan, Bradhi & Sirikaran, Thillainathan, Surar Oli Selvaraj….. Above tamil medias fueling to LTTE and blaming government….!

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    Buying the journalists is a crafty act of fat Mahinda. They are now under obligation to fat Mahinda. They will be told what to write and against whom to write. He may even create a new ministry to manage the latest purchase, the journalists… and the best partial writer might be given the appointment as the Minister of Journalists… hahahahahhahaaa what a joker is this Mahinda.
    Has’t he got any thing better to do, than waste time inviting these guys and giving bribes.

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    1. It’s not MR’s money.
    2. Providing facilities to journalists are mentioned in Mahinda Chinthanaya and whole nation approved it already.
    Please be calm yourselves and go back to work :)

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      [Edited out], PROVIDING FACILITIES TO JOURNALISTS IS THE DUTY OF THE CHAIRMEN OF THE NEWSPAPERS. STOP SITTING ON YOUR F…..G BRAIN YOU [Edited out]

      WITH [Edited out] LIKE YOU AROUND IT’S NO WONDER THAT THE MAHINDA CHINTANAYA WAS MANDATED. EVER SEEN A SLIMY WORM CREEPING OUT OF THE REAR END OF A DEAD PIG ? nO ? MUST BE KIDDING !!! GO LOOK IN THE MIRROR INSTEAD OF LOOKING FOR A NON-EXISTENT BIRTH CERTIFICATE.

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        are you unemployed now? or you lost the job because of being impolite? :)

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    Up grading the Sri Lanka jurnos.
    Now SL jurnos too use lap tops.

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    For the leaders who control the media and the country you are a LTTE member, if you are a Tamil intellectual. You are a traitor, if you are a Sinhalese intellectual. None of the them who comment on Lakbima news under various names is ready to disclose his identity. They say that they are patriots, but they can’t reveal their identity. What kind of patriotism is this? The comments are extremely pro Rajapaksa regime. And derogatory comments are made towards the people who are commenting against the Rajapaksa regime’s policies. And also derogatory comments are made under others’ name who comment against the Rajapaksa regime. This is very deplorable behavior. Every decent Sri Lankan must condemn this lowlife behavior. Clearly, it is the evidence of authoritarian rule in Sri Lanka. Seriously, Sri Lanka is going down, I urge the Lankans to wake up, the sooner is the better for you and for your future generations.
    They are commenting under different names. Has anyone heard about Rohana Kodikara, Goring Aiya, Chandani’s, or Sarath Goonetilleke’s political expertise from the other media in Sri Lanka? The answer is no, they are creating bogus names and expressing their foolish ideas under those names. The Rajapaksa regime has been accusing me as LTTE since I stared to wake the people. This is an evil trick as Prabhakaran eliminated most of the Tamil intellectuals and political leaders. This trick will harm the country and divide the people. I never accepted the LTTE as leaders or as a solution for the country. I didn’t even give one cent to the LTTE. When I was sixteen I had finished reading about President Abraham Lincoln, Mahatma Gandhi, and Martin Luther King Junior. They are my role models, they never took arms against others to achieve their great goals, but shot and killed by others. I am the First Asian to expose the West’s dirty democracy outside of Asia, and to start an organisation to unite the billions of Asians, because of my role models. I kept my distance from most of the Tamils, because I never accepted the LTTE. This is the reason I am not part of any Tamil organisation. If I accepted the LTTE, I would have joined with the GTF or TGTE. I have decided to do as much as I can to bring a change in Sri Lanka not only for Tamils, but for the whole country.
    They all have been taught to hate their own people. Tell me one Asian country has been fighting like Sri Lanka in the 21st century? I am the first Asian to expose the West’s dirty democracy outside of Asia, and also to start Asia Unites to unite the billions of Asian. I have been paying high price for my determination and courage. But what the Sri Lankans did to me? Accusing me as the LTTE member, publishing derogatory comments under my name, or publishing derogatory comments unde bogus names and blaming me for it. This is how they appreciate their own intellectuals, no wonder why they have been fighting since 1948. I rank Sri Lanka in the last in Asia. I come across the most lowest people in Sri Lanka. They have done so much evil to their own people. Surely the country has been cursed, because of the arrogant and ignorant leaders like J R, Prabhakaran, Rajapaksa brothers etc. Therefore, I am committed to expose the truth to theSri Lankans and to the world to remove the leaders who have been curse to the country. I owe this responsibility to the people of Sri Lanka and also to the world.

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    journalist on mara’s lap are on top

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    I wonder what would be the reason for these ‘laptop awards’?
    I’m sure the main reason is to monitor each and every move (or key stroke) of the main media personnel in Sri Lanka so as to keep them under control.
    I can guarantee that these laptops are bugged.

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    That’s elementary Sam.

    That is to make these topless journos sit
    on the lap of the politicians. That becomes
    the final lap of their career for they
    go off their top.

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    It is not surprising that “FAT FUK” is missing in action on this topic. What a cowered. Where else on every single article even it has iota of a reference to minority community “FAT FUK” pounce on it like to mad dog with his Gibberish.

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    Malinda Seneviratne, you are exposed. You can’t hide behind your verbiage and verbosity any more. Rather than pretending to be “objective” have at least the honesty to accept that you a Raja[aksa slave and that you have no moral worth.

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    I suppose in poor countries, laptop computers are a luxury and people’s asking price is fairly low. In Australia (for example) if an unethical person with a vested interest attempts to bribe it would be relatively uphill as their basic needs and tools of the trade are relatively affordable, and the sense of indignation at the implied insult will generally dampen the corrupt person’s enthusiasm.

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    CT is run by a bunch of morons , how does giving a laptop mean they would write good things about the govt . I suppose the head honcho of this idiotic outfit didnt get one . lmao

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      Abhaya

      “how does giving a laptop mean they would write good things about the govt”

      Buying loyalty and return is in their gratitude. It had worked superbly well in the past and will work forever.

      I wonder though you maintain that you never got one but you still remain loyal to the clan. Did you get the equivalent of a main frame computer?

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        wedda

        no wonder you go nekkid and worship thissahamy . they pretty much gave laptops to every journo they could find 150 or so , are you stupid or dense or both . a laptop is like 200 $ its nothing . CT is run by morons and weddas . they are lucky to have a bow and arrow . lmao .

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    Soon all those criticizing MARA will be eating from MARA’s hands like ducks. LOL

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    This means all the rest of the of the journalists are professionals!

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    The coming elections will give the answer. Results will give these people a shock. Wait and see.

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    Bought over!

    Sengodan. M

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    List of those person who took the benefits is far too long and it would be of interest to the CT readers to have a list of prominent journalists who did not take the loan. Can CT do this also.

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    If CT were given a good financial grant as these Journos were given, CT would never publish this article.

    Believe me, if CT was given a 500,000 grant CT would become Pro-Sri Lankan govt.

    CT editorail board knows that, Be some of them are Tamils, it does not matter. They will be Pro-Sri Lankan govt.

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    Kandy and Hanbantota has got a bigger quota. Kehelia has served himself

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    When the UNP was in power they had their own favourites. Lasantha Wickrematunga had free access to Ranil Wickremasinghe office also Dineth Kulatunga and a few others. Lal Wickrematunga was ever present at all the UNP media conferences not as a journalist but as a a supporter. Jehan Perera and Pakayasothy were the others who got inside info and who knows other perks. There was no Colombo Telegraph in existence when Richard Saravanamuttu de Zoysa was murdered.
    Every regime has its own “sodomisables”.
    So what is all the fuss about?

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    LTTE of Tamil ruthless terrorist outfits by way & many forms by attempted to divided and split Sri lanka, that One for non- Tamil land other for Tamil state of name the Eealm of separatism.

    So-called Tamil intellectual’s who are having deep roots that Tamil chauvinist ideology used and manipulated Eealm struggle for different forms; as Gandhi path of methods of non-violence one route and other one.is/was..Gun point politics by LTTE form of struggle by war on Terror.

    Terror politics or non-violence way of politics by Tamils few handful leadership TNA are NOT struggle for liberation or salvation of Tamil, but that is counter-revolutionary steps form of an established Rough State in Indian sub-continental, that tip of Republic of India which against People of India.

    Tamil Eealm is I believe the chief sources of the belief in Tamil intellectuals eternal and exact truth as well as in a super-sensible intelligible world.

    There was general development of Tamil Eealm first from Federalism to Separatism or Eealm then to alternation of Tamil terrorist of that tyranny and democracy.

    Tamil’s democracy different social phenomenal was that different parts inside and outside Sri lanka. In all history nothing is so surprising or so difficult to account for as the sudden rise of Tamil civilization in Sri lanka. Much of what makers Tamil civilization had already existed for thousands of years in Tamil Nadu, India and had spread thence to neighboring countries like Sri lanka.

    Needless to say Tamil’s elites politics invented Eealm or Separatism in Sri lanka, which was purely intellectual realm is even more exceptional.

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    First get the “laptop heroes” who hallucinate most of the junk that appears in the CT. Will have some respect for your naysaying “journal” then.

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