TULF wants a reply for all the charges leveled against Sampanthan and Mavai by V.Anandasangaree ( August 21, 2017, Colombo, Sri Lanka Guardian) It is very unfortunate that in our country many people, mostly Tamils in particular, refuse to believe what can be publicly acknowledge as Gospel truth, while they shout from...
by Dr. Hanif Hassan Ali Al Qassim ( August 19, 2017, Geneva, Sri Lanka Guardian) The war in Syria has now entered its 6th year and is becoming the world’s worst man-made disaster. The humanitarian calamity in Syria has affected millions of lives; more than half of Syria’s pre-war population...
Corruption was endemic in Sri Lanka for decades as a way of life? Corruption had affected both public and private sectors in Sri Lanka. The increasing participation and the relevance of Trade Unions in the vanguard for fighting corruption and nepotism, and recently civil society organisations, has been a...
AUSTRALIA’S constitution has plenty of unfortunate clauses: the one allowing states to bar particular races from voting is especially distasteful, even though none does. But until last month few would have pointed to Section 44 as the cause of a political furore. It states that members of the federal...
Politicians have different views, muffled by their personal agendas, and exploited for their personal gain. But, an elite organization such as the GMOA should be above this level of mediocre thinking. Unfortunately, despite your daily media justifications, current politicisation of the GMOA as an organisation is too obvious. This...
by N.S.Venkataraman ( August 15, 2017, Chennai, Sri Lanka Guardian) In the last three years after Mr. Narendra Modi took charge as India’s Prime Minister, the mood and confidence level in India has certainly undergone sea change for the better. The discerning observers feel that he has brought vibrancy in...
by Rajan Philips ( August 13, 2017, Colombo, Sri Lanka Guardian) Ravi Karunanayake was defiantly proud of his decision to resign from his portfolio, asserting in in parliament that he was doing it for the sake of the government and good governance. No sooner, the Prime Minister was on his...
Turn island into a playground for global forces from RAW, CIA, Mossad, MI5, KGB and others. by Latheef Farook China needs Hambantota port to protect its  Indian Ocean sea route to ensure its growing trade with Africa and uninterrupted supply of oil. However, to Sri Lanka it is a national disaster...
 by Lt. Gen. Clarence E. McKnight Jr. (U.S. Army, Ret.), Dr. David Leffler, Duncan Brown, Dr. Carla Brown and Arlene Schar Leffler  Abstract  The current perception of U.S. military leaders is that we live in a dangerous world, one filled with enemies that require the next level of disruptive technologies to...
“The challenge for every advocate of democracy and human rights lies in restoring a sense of inclusion, dignity and self-respect to the millions of people who are considered ‘useless’ today.” by Chris Stone ( August 1, 2017, London, Sri Lanka Guardian) The most significant contributions of great scholars are often made...
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