Rev.Fr.Jagath Cashper says during the final perhaps of war LTTE leaders Nadesan and Pulitheywan played most important role on surrendering LTTE carders towards military personals. These leaders did not contact me. With the support of parliamentarian Chandrakanthan Chandranerhu they have contacted the military media spokesman Palitha Kohana and had discussion on surrendering progress. Former Minister Basil Rajapaksa informed former President Mahinda Rajapaksa on this issue. During an interview with Lankasri 24/7 news service FM Rev.Father Jagath Cashper briefed on tactics followed by the Indian central government to defeat LTTE movement in SriLanka.
18th June 2015
While the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) had agreed on giving time to the new Sri Lankan Government to address the human rights issue, a discussion has been held at the UN Geneva building where questions had been raised on the Government and its commitment to ensure justice for the war victims. A panel discussion on “Impending High Commissioner’s Report on Sri Lanka: Comparing North Korea and Sudan recommendations for mass atrocities” was held at the Palais des Nations in Geneva on the sidelines of the ongoing UN Human Rights Council session. The event was organized by Ibn Sina, with partnership of Collectif la Paix au Sri Lanka, International Crime Prevention and Protection against Genocide (ICPPG) and the Transnational Government of Tamil Eelam (TGTE) at the UN Human Rights […]
A panel discussion on “Impending High Commissioner’s Report on Sri Lanka: Comparing North Korea & Sudan recommendations for mass atrocities” was held on the 16th June 2015 in UNOG, Palais des Nations, Geneva. This event was organized by Ibn Sina, with partnership of Collectif la Paix au Sri Lanka, International Crime Prevention and Protection against Genocide (ICPPG) and the Transnational Government of Tamil Eelam (TGTE) at the UN Human Rights Council, Geneva. The key speakers included Hon Geoffrey Robertson QC an International Human Rights Barrister, Professor Ramu Manivannan from the University of Madras, with the session being moderated by Hon Manicka Vasagar Minister of International Affairs TGTE. The speakers raised some critical concerns about the Impending High Commissioner’s Report on Sri Lanka. The Panelist were […]
‘I missed the bus, or else, I would’ve been the president’ – Nimal Siripala See, what a shame… I missed the bus. The offer for the common candidate was made to me first. At the same time, the former HE called me and asked me to get ready to become the prime minister. It was Chandrika Madam who told me to be prepared to be the common candidate. I put both offers into a scale and weighed them. I though the former HE’s offer was more realistic. In the end, it was a failure. A person without any charisma became the president, said opposition leader Nimal Siripala de Silva to a group of friends at a funeral in the south recently. But, Mr. Sirisena played […]
Sanath Kumara was born in Matara. He has not had any proper education and strayed into Colombo, just like Wimal Weerawansa did. Sanath’s first job was driving trishaws. At the same time, he began a small saloon in Moratuwa. Then, he started another business – in addition to cutting hair, doing facials at the saloon, he started making deals, which brought him quick money. With the rapid progress he made in the new business, he started two or three more such saloons near Colombo. Sanath met Wimalasiri Gamlath alias Wimal Weerawansa during this period of his business thriving. Coming to know about Wimal’s heartbeat from the first day, he treated him to various delicacies and liquor to become his most trusted friend very soon. Once […]
By Thanges Paramsothy – The Velanai DS office arranged a meeting at the North Ceylon Sarvodayam, Pungudutivu where the twelve GS of Pungudutivu, the Vellani DS, the Jaffna GA, the secretory for the governor of the northern provincial council, the head of Pradeshiya Shaba, a navy officer, a police officer and some people of Pungudutivu participated. The meeting took place on 16th June 2015. It was scheduled at 2 pm, but started around 2.45 pm. I too had a chance to take part at the meeting. It was said at the beginning that the meeting was arranged in order to get people’s voice on the important problems that they face in their everyday life in Pungudutivu and to find possible solutions. The government officers, who […]