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Ceylinco Group
 
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  • Assistant Secretary of State
    U.S. Embassy
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News from Sri Lanka on LTTE Tamil Tiger Terrorists
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LANKA HERALD
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They did not have any doubt that after sometime such a federal state will pave way for a separate country (Full report in Lanka Herald).
Hospital employee shot dead - A hospital employee was shot dead by the LTTE at Thattara Theru at Uduppiddy Market Lane today at 6.30 a.m.The victim was Paramasothy Anandakumar, 47 years, an employee attached to Atchuvely Hospital.He is a father of five girls.The LTTE cadres came by in a motorbike shot him while he was at home and escaped.His body is being kept in the Mandikai Base Hospital for an autopsy.
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According to the Sinhala weekly Lanka the Wattala Magistrate last week ordered that eight children in this camp be handed back to their relatives.
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The weekly Lanka also reports that Intelligence officers had found he had provided the LTTE last year with 18 high-tech video cameras.It has also been revealed that a top Tiger N. Pulidevan had met Kotalawala thrice.There are unconfirmed reports that a framed photograph of LTTE leader Prabhakaran is hanging on the wall of his office room.In addition Kotalawala is also facing a case of criminal breach of trust that a former executive of the Ceylinco Group has filed against him (Full report in Lanka Herald).
Latest News from Sri Lanka :: Sri Lanka News Online
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Lanka against asylum - The Sri Lankan government has warmed the international community that granting asylum or refugee status on perceived claims of persecution would only be a covert encouragement for illegal and irregular migration.
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'UN rights panel members biased against Lanka' - The US Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Affairs, Robert Blake, confirmed on Wednesday, that the Sri Lankan government had shed its total opposition to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moons advisory panel on the human rights situation in the island nation, and was working out ways of cooperating with it.
Latest News from Sri Lanka :: Sri Lanka News Online
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UK coalition govt MP visits Jaffna, keen to boost ties with Lanka - The UK coalition governments Minister for South Asia, Alistair Burt, met a resettled community at Viththakapuram, in Tellipalai, Jaffna, in a recent visit to Sri Lanka.
Latest News from Sri Lanka :: Sri Lanka News Online
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Military to sell weapons made in Lanka - The Sri Lanka Army is to offer for sale to foreign countries some of the military hardware which it has developed based on its experience gained in fighting the Tiger guerrillas, Army Commander Jagath Jayasuriya said. He said items for offer included a mini-UAV developed by the Army. This could be used for monitoring of security at public events or meetings. Lt. Gen. Jayasuriya said the army had also developed bullet-proof jackets, additional security features in bullet-proof vehicles and weapons which had been modified. He said years of experience gained in fighting the Tiger guerrillas had been made use of by the army after the completion of the military operations against the LTTE to develop these weapons and equipment.
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Lanka not intimidated - Sri Lanka says it will not be intimidated by allegations raised against the government by pro LTTE groups in the US which have also now filed a lawsuit charging President Mahinda Rajapaksa of committing war crimes.
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IDP resettlement - Lanka on right track - Indonesian envoy - Sri Lanka is on the right track to develop the country and most of the IDPs too have returned which is also a sign Indonesia's Ambassador in Sri Lanka, Djafar Husein told the Sunday Observer . He was speaking after opening the three-day Jaffna International Trade Fair. He said that it was encouraging to see the IDPs returning and this was a very challenging task. The Government's priority should be to resettle them in their original homes, he said. e said that one of the next priorities of the Government should be to find employment for IDPs and provide them various opportunities. Vocational training and self-employment too should be encouraged. We have been studying this process and the government is on the right track in this regard, he said. Commenting on trade between the two countries, he said that though the trade balance was in favour of Indonesia there are many opportunities for Sri Lankan entrepreneurs to narrow this gap. Sri Lanka's trade with Indonesia is around US $ 27 million. Last year Indonesia trade reached US $ 400 million, an increase of over US$ 400 million compared to the previous year. Over 27 percent of this was seen in the export of tyres from Indonesia, he said. Indonesia is also one of the biggest suppliers of paper and furniture to Sri Lanka. He said he hopes to attract Indonesian investors who are also keen to do business in Sri Lanka especially in infrastructure development (Sunday Observer ; 23 January 2011).
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Canadas new asylum policy, a victory for Lanka - A new policy note introduced by Canadas Immigration and Refugee Board which processes asylum seekers' applications says Meaningful changes in Sri Lanka suggest that Tamils - particularly young males - wont be persecuted because of their social group or political opinions.
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Lanka, a shining example - The Northern and Eastern Provinces are regaining their pristine glory as the Government is making every endeavour to develop infrastructure facilities for those who have been resettled in the area.
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Lanka welcomes Swiss swoop on LTTE rump - Ten arrested for forcing Tamil Diaspora to contribute to Tigers war chest - Sri Lanka on Wednesday (12) welcomed Switzerland taking tough action against the LTTE rump. An External Affairs Ministry official told The Island that tangible action was needed to stop those making money on the pretext of fighting for the rights of Sri Lankan Tamils. He said the government was confident that operations would continue until the total eradication of criminal gangs targeting the Tamil Diaspora not only in Switzerland but other developed countries too.
Media Relesee of SLUNA (Canada) :: SPUR Australia :: Society for Peace, Unity and Human Rights in Sri Lanka
www.spur.asn.au, 4 Sept 2008 [cached]
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