Sri Lanka: Without truth, reconciliation not possible - paper

- yahoo.com

Francis Harrison, former BBC foreign correspondent whose book of accounts of survivors from Sri Lankas civil war is to be published this summer, says in an article in the Dawn, that there are "signs that the international community is gearing up for action to hold Sri Lanka accountable for alleged war crimes committed by its forces at the end of the brutal civil war against the Tamil Tiger ...

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The ethnic, religious issues and other genuine concerns of the people could be put behind the past to prevent a break up of unity and integrity of the state by the 75th Independence Anniversary of the country. As discussed by the Members of Parliament, if the Attorneys-at-law in the country would assist in this process, this task could be achieved, said President Ranil Wickremesinghe.

- adaderana.lk

The Ministry of Finance, Economic Stabilization and National Policies says that the government has taken measures to revise the special commodity levy imposed on imported big onions and canned fish with effect from December 01, 2022.

- adaderana.lk

The child cancer patients, who are being admitted to the Karapitiya Teaching Hospital in Galle have undergone several difficulties as a result of the absence of a qualified Paediatric Oncologist in the hospital.

- adaderana.lk

Minister of Education Susil Premajayantha says that measures will be taken to include Information Communication Technology (ICT) into the G.C.E. Ordinary Level syllabus as a core subject via the Education reform process.

- colombogazette.com

The Government has assured the restoration of food security through the 2023 budget. State Minister of Finance, Shehan Semasinghe said that the budget places more focus on the poor and the people who are under various economic pressures. “With this budget we expect to provide relief and the restoration of food security and livelihood of […]

- colombogazette.com

A man has been charged with murder after a mother-of-three, originally from Sri Lanka, was stabbed to death in her home at Sandhurst in Melbourne’s south-east. The 44-year-old woman’s daughter rushed to her neighbours for help, but her mother could not be saved. In CCTV footage, the daughter can be heard knocking on her neighbours’ […]

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