Month: July 2014

BJP Members Meet President Rajapaksa

A group of members from India’s Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), including the Chairman of BJP’s Committee on Strategic Action and Former Union Minister Dr. Subramanian Swamy, met President Mahinda Rajapaksa at Temple Trees this evening….



Investigate NGO heads: Coughing Human Rights for plush lifestyles

Mega millions has been disbursed to the bank accounts of organizations set up to deliver ‘democracy’ and ‘human rights’ to ‘undemocratic’ nations. These NGOs set up have an explicit object and it has nothing to do with human rights to democracy and everything to do with preparing the groundwork for agendas of those disbursing the…



Iran rejects selling oil to Greece, Sri Lanka, South Africa

Mohsen Qamsari, an official with the National Iranian Oil Company, said on July 20 rejected the claims that Iran is selling crude oil to Greece, Sri Lanka, and South Africa….



Sri Lanka : Lessons to learn from Muslims and Islam

The Middle East is home to many faiths beside Islam. Yet strict laws govern how people behave. From public displays of holding hands to other forms of behavior are clearly identified as being unacceptable and taboo. In many of these Islamic countries a strict dress code prevails. Whatever laws declared have to be strictly followed…



President Rajapaksa and Portugal Prime Minister Hold Talks

President Mahinda Rajapaksa and Portugal Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho met for discussions at Temple Trees this (20) afternoon….



Harin to resign from Parliament

UNP MP Harin Fernando said today that he would resign from Parliament on August 5 to contest the Uva Provincial Council election….



Political Islam is a global problem and not confined to Sri Lanka alone

The propagandists enjoy flashing across mainstream media to project the notion that Muslims are targeted only in Sri Lanka and only by Buddhists. We know that is not so. Every country around the globe including the 57 Muslim countries of the world are having issues with Muslims. If it is not about Muslims and non-Muslims…



Sri Lanka condoles loss of lives in MH 17 crash

The Sri Lankan Government  conveys its  condolences to the passengers and the crew on board the Malaysian Airline flight MH17 and expresses solidarity with those nations whose citizens perished on in the appaling incident.  The External Affairs Ministry issuing a statement said “…



Khuram murder trial: PS chairman convicted

Former Tangalle Pradeshiya Sabha Chairman Sampath Chandrapushpa  Vidanapathirana and three others were sentenced to 20 years rigorous imprisonment for killing British National Khuram Sheikh and raping his girl friend by Colombo High Court a short while ago….



No Sri Lankan passport holders in flight MH17: envoy

The Sri Lankan Ambassador in The Netherlands, Buddhi Athauda says that so far they have not found any Sri Lankan passport holders in Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 which crashed in east Ukraine….



Ukraine says Malaysian airliner shot down, 295 dead: agency

A Malaysian airliner was shot down over eastern Ukraine by militants on Thursday, killing all 295 people aboard, a Ukrainian interior ministry official was quoted as saying by Interfax-Ukraine news agency….



President Appoints International Panel of Experts to Advise Missing Persons Commission

President Mahinda Rajapaksa has broadened the scope of the mandate of the Presidential Commission to Investigate into Complaints Regarding Missing Persons and appointed a three-member international panel of experts to advise the Commission….



Indo-Lanka Amity: Identify ideological common enemy of Hindus-Buddhists

When the West was in the stoneage, a civilization was flourishing in India and a Buddhist university prevailed in Nalanda, India. Just two examples of life before Christian colonials and Islamic invaders arrived to take over nations following a common goal of domination and conversion. Vast stretches of land, ancient history, artifacts, monuments were razed…



Missing albino cobra found

The albino cobra, which was reported missing from Dehiwela Zoo last Monday was found while it was left near the Zoo this morning, police said….



Police Attack

Courtesy: Neth FM…



PMK wants special representative for Sri Lanka

Former Indian Minister and PMK MP, Anbumani Ramadoss, met External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Wednesday and made a strong case for nominating an independent person as a special representative for Sri Lanka to go into all aspects of the India-Sri Lankan relations….