India Still Talks of Implementing 13th Amendment when President Rajapaksa has Consigned it to the Constitutional Morgue
by Col R. Hariharan
A U.S. draft resolution on Sri Lanka’s accountability for alleged war crimes being brought before the 24th meeting of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) now in circulation (received from an Indian TV news channel) is at Annexure.
Sri Lanka must work with UN to ascertain Truth
By M.A. Sumanthiran
I count it a privilege and an honour to have been invited to address this assembly this afternoon.
It is said that Truth is the first casualty of war. I want to say today that Truth is also the first step in reconciliation. It is in recognition of this principle that after the struggle to end Apartheid in South Africa, the process that united the country was called the “Truth and Reconciliation Commission”.
Minister Maithripala Sirisena Attempting to Obstruct Justice to Safeguard Son Daham who Attacked Asela Waidyalankara
Sri Lanka today is a land of perplexing paradoxes and ironic contradictions. A former Army commander is forcibly dragged to captivity and court-martialled on flimsy charges by military personnel and officers who served under him.
Paaventhar Bharathidasan: Wouldn’t you not sing in Tamil to the heart without love
Wouldn’t you not sing in Tamil to the heart without love, dear oh dear, and rid away hardship
Paventhar Bharathidasan’s song Thunbam Nergaiyil, made famous in ~ “Oar Iravu”, the C.N. Annadurai written Tamil Movie ~ is rendered by many reputed singers.
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa on the warpath against Sri Lanka again
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa Jayaram who will be celebrating her 65th Birthday tomorrow February 24th is once again on the warpath against Sri Lanka.
According to Indian newspaper reports the actress turned politician has announced that Tamil Nadu would not host the 20th Asian Athletics Championships scheduled to be held in the state in July.
Ms. Jayalalithaa said her government has written to the AAA, seeking the exclusion of the Sri Lankan contingent from the event. This was in view of the Sri Lankan government acting repeatedly against Tamils. The participation of Sri Lankan athletes would hurt the feelings of Tamils, she said.
Time for Indian Prime Minister to Publicly Announce India’s Unhappiness over the way Sri Lanka has Conducted Itself in the Post-War Period
On the eve of the release of a full length film on Sri Lanka’s alleged war crimes, the British daily the Independent carried an article along with two photographs showing Prabhakaran’s son eating a snack before his Sri Lankan captors allegedly shot him dead in cold blood.