It was the second anniversary of the liberation of Sri Lankan nation; Sinhala, Tamil, Muslim and all other nationalities from the iron fist of the most brutal terrorist outfit, the LTTE and its leader Prabhakaran. He was more brutal than Bin Laden, he destroyed more human lives and properties than Bin Laden.
Destroying Prabhakaran is justified not only because he was the most brutal terrorist in the world but his agenda was to divide Sri Lanka based on a false pretentious of a ‘motherland’ concept.
However it is timely to revisit the liberation to evaluate see if the true gains of the liberation has been converted to gains for Sri Lankan nation. Time to think hard…….
The famous artist Bandula Vithanage has passed away today at national hospital, Colobo. He was in the age of 73 years. He has worked for Sri Lanka broadcasting corporation, Rupavahini Corporation, etc and was appointed as an adviser of Tower Hall Foundaton in 2001.
It is reported that the former General Secretary of the Ceylon Mercantile Industrial and General Workers Union has passed away at a private hospital in Colombo. He was in the age 92 at the time of passing away. The funeral will be held on the Friday at Borella cemetery.
The CID unit of Tangalle police division has arrested a tution master for quoting a message from Namal Rajapaksa without permission. Police says that there are hand bills with the message from Namal Rajapaksa that this institute is doing a good job in enhancing the knowledge in English and IT, but , it is said […]
The UNP leader Ranil Wickramasinghe says that if Mihin Lanka is closed there will be a saving of Rs. 3650 million per year. Addressing a meeting in Polonnaruwa he said that the loss per day is Rs. 10 million.
There was a meeting with former president Chandrika Kumaranathunga with the leader of National Leger of Myanmar Ansan Suki, in Myanmar. The meeting was held at Chatrium hotel, Yangon while she was on a tour to Myanmar.