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US quits UNHRC: TNA to work with other countries on UN Resolution

US quits UNHRC: TNA to work with other countries on UN Resolution

Commenting on the decision by the United States to quit from the UNHRC, Tamil National Alliance (TNA) MP M. A. Sumanthiran said his party would Read more…

“Do Not Jeopardize The Lives Of Web Journalists Under The Pretext Of National Security”- National Movement of web Journalists

“Do Not Jeopardize The Lives Of Web Journalists Under The Pretext Of National Security”- National Movement of web Journalists

The national movement for web journalists strongly urges the president, prime minister and the responsible stakeholders in the government to immediately cease the effort taken Read more…

30 trade unions extend support for Postal Strike

30 trade unions extend support for Postal Strike

The Joint Postal Trade Union Collective says, trade unions from more than 30 different sectors have extended their support to the Postal strike.

Its Convenor, Read more…

Sri Lankan civil society oppose Dayan’s nomination to Russia

Sri Lankan civil society oppose Dayan’s nomination to Russia

Sri Lankan civil society activists have raised strong objections to the nomination of Dr Dayan Jayatilleke to the post of Sri Lankan Ambassador Read more…

Sri Lanka Human Rights Commission organizes film festival to mark International Day in Support of Victims of Torture

Sri Lanka Human Rights Commission organizes film festival to mark International Day in Support of Victims of Torture

The UN General Assembly in 1997 proclaimed 26 June as the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture with the ultimate aim of total Read more…

U.S. Statement at the UPR of Sri Lanka
1 Nov
2012
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U.S. Statement at the UPR of Sri Lanka

14th Session – November 1, 2012

Ambassador Eileen Chamberlain Donahoe

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Sri Lanka hampers legal redress for rights abuses -ICJ
1 Nov
2012
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Sri Lanka hampers legal redress for rights abuses -ICJ »

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Sri Lanka’s government has made it all but impossible for victims of human rights abuses to get justice, a Geneva-based human rights body Read more…

Fooling Delhi and the Tamils for the umpteenth time Lies, damn lies and the national question
1 Nov
2012
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Fooling Delhi and the Tamils for the umpteenth time Lies, damn lies and the national question »

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They say that if you are deceived once it’s the fault of the con artist, but if you are taken for a ride Read more…

Sri Lanka’s empty promises and denial of rights crisis exposed at UN
1 Nov
2012
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Sri Lanka’s promises on human rights should no longer be accepted by the international community, Amnesty International said as the UN Universal Periodic Read more…

Group of ex-combats released
1 Nov
2012
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Commissioner of Rehabilitation Brigadier Dharshana Hettiarachchi said that 27 LTTE suspects, who have been rehabilitated, would be handed over to their families and Read more…

TNA MP Adaikalana​than complaint on his brother-in​-law disappeara​nces
1 Nov
2012
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TNA MP Adaikalana​than complaint on his brother-in​-law disappeara​nces »

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Relative of the Tamil National Alliance parliamentarian and TELO President Selvam Adaikalanathan reported missing October30. Wife of the victim has lodged complaint at Read more…

Indian Intelligence Agencies Questioned KP For Rajiv Killing
1 Nov
2012
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More than 21 years after the assassination of former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi, officers of the CBI and Indian intelligence agencies recently visited Read more…

Over 68,000 people affected by cyclonic weather in Sri Lanka
1 Nov
2012
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Over 68,000 people affected by cyclonic weather in Sri Lanka »

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Over 68,000 people in Sri Lanka have been affected by the adverse weather conditions brought about by the “Neelam” cyclone that has moved Read more…

Justice no longer welcome- AHRC
1 Nov
2012
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The impeachment of the Chief Justice is an indication that  justice is no longer welcome, says the Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) in Read more…

Impeachment motion against Sri Lanka’s first female Chief Justice
1 Nov
2012
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The impeachment motion against first female Chief Justice of Sri Lanka, Dr. Shirani Bandaranayake was handed over to Speaker Chamal Rajapaksa today, Deputy Read more…