Yearly Archive: 2015


Power & Soros in Sri Lanka to press for Federal Constitution

U.S. Permanent Representative for the United Nations Samantha Power, Obama administration’s top foreign policy advocate is scheduled to visit Sri Lanka November 21-23. This is her second visit, the previous one being June 2010 during the Rajapaksa administration.

In January 2016, American multi billionaire George Soros is scheduled to visit Colombo – it is said – for an economic discourse.

Both visits are significant when both of them, since 2012, have been direct participants of UN-Department of Political Affairs- initiated ‘promotion of federalism’ in Third World nations envisaged to bifurcate nations on ethnic lines.

 The two visits are even further interesting when Colombo has an American diplomatic envoy – Atul Keshap – who is a strong believer of a federal structure in Sri Lanka. He has gone on record advocating the system.


Ending sinhala rule over Lanka

Chauvinist leaders of the Sinhalese majority have been running a genocide against the Tamil population, the determination to colonize the entire country, wipe out the Tamil identity in the regions where they are predominant has never stopped .



Secretary General-TULF, V.Anandasangaree says Government should not interfere with the rights of the people to commemorate LTTE Hero’s Day, the Government should take into the consideration is that many thousands youths rightly or wrongly laid down their lives for a cause which they thought was a valuable one. As far...


‘Secret torture chamber’ at Trinco base: Karannagoda debunks UN claim

War-time Navy Chief Admiral Wasantha Karannagoda yesterday strongly rebutted accusations that there had been a secret detention facility within the Trincomalee naval base during the eelam war IV.


He said that during the war renegade LTTE cadres had been accommodated at the Trinco facility which some interested parties now wanted to portray as a torture chamber. “We didn’t operate torture chambers at the Trinco base or any other command. There was no requirement to do so.”


A substantial number of LTTE dissidents had thrown their weight behind the combined military campaign directed at the LTTE, Karannagoda said, adding that the Navy had no option but to accommodate them in a previously unused building. “We used British-time air raid shelters,” the naval veteran said, alleging that a despicable attempt was being made to bring the war winning military into disrepute.