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…….
Plan of constructing an Indian refinery The Secretary of the National Workers’ Union of Petroleum Corporation Ananda Palitha said that there is a plan of allowing Indian Oil Company to construct a refinery in Sri Lanka without repairing the existing refinery. It is said that according to this plan there is an effort of letting [...]
The Laptops at the SLC stolen From vert reliable sources of the Sri Lanka Cricket it is learnt that once more laptops are getting to get disappeared. The latest observation that about the three laptop computers belonging to trainers which have been handed over to the SLC for repairs. One of them has gone missing [...]
Hotel space in Yala for Rs. 300 m The Economic Development Ministry has decided to consider about the investments of more than Rs. 300 M for constructing a tourist circuit in Yala. The investment can be presented with the combination local or foreign parties. The hotel should be constructed in natural environmental base and the [...]
The orphan children at the ‘Tissa’ orphanage to Colombo schools The Chairman of the Child probation and Child care Authority Anoma Dissanayake had added that all the children were found from the Bogahapelessa, Tissamaharamaya child orphanage have now receiving education in Colombo schools. There are 69 children altogether who are now schooling. At the same [...]
Sugarcane Research Institute requests the power to scrurinize imported sugar Sri Lanka Sugarcane Research Institute has sent a letter to the Consumer Authority and to the Import/Export Controller requesting power to check and issue quality standards certificate for the sugar imported to Sri Lanka. The Chairman of Sugarcane Research Institute S Suduwella said that Minister [...]