Monthly Archive: July 2012


Irish MP Wants UK To Act On Lanka

An Irish parliamentarian has asked the British government to use its not inconsiderable international influence to advocate a patient approach in Sri Lanka.


French tanker saves 28 Lankans from watery grave Australian media given access to rescued people on-board warship

A French Tanker, MT Famenne, rescued 28 Sri Lankans, including four women and a five-year-old child from a watery grave on the high seas in the wake of a spat between Navy Commander Vice Admiral Somathilake Dissanayake and Australian High Commissioner Robyn Mudie, as regards Sri Lanka’s alleged failure to prevent the launch of trawlers carrying those seeking political asylum Down Under.


Navy Builds Houses for Displaced Families at Mullikulum

The 01st phase of the housing project for displaced families at Mullikulum was ceremonially launched by Commander North-western Naval Area Rear Admiral PADR Perera on 25th July 2012 with the religious blessings of Buddhist and Catholic faith.