Incredible but true : Secretary Hettige gave orders to release navy rapists on President’s instructions..!

(Lanka-e-News- 21.July.2014, 1.30PM) It is no less a person than Medamulana Mahinda Rajapakse , the President of Sri Lanka(SL) cum commander in chief of the three forces who had interfered with the legal processes and given the barbaric unlawful order through his Parliamentary coordinating secretary Kumarasiri Hettige not to enforce the law against the naval soldiers who raped an 11 years old girl for 11 consecutive days, and another 9 years old girl in the north , according to reports reaching Lanka e news inside information division.After these brutal incidents…

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GoSL sees no reason to comply with Pillay’s requests

by Shamindra Ferdinando Top UN coordinator in charge of the ongoing war crimes investigation into accountability issues in Sri Lanka, Sandra Beidas and Sri Lanka’s Permanent Representative in Geneva, Ravinatha Aryasinha are unlikely to meet officially, though UN Human Rights Commissioner, Navanethem Pillay has asked for a powvow between the duo and the naming of a focal point, authoritative sources said. Asked whether the government would consent for a meeting with Beidas as sought by Pillay in a letter dated July 5, addressed to External Affairs Minister, Prof. G. L.…

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TGTE says Tamils are ready to testify

Several Tamils who are either victims or witnesses of the war are eager to testify before a UN led investigation to seek justice for the mass killing of their relatives and other Tamils, the Transnational Government of Tamil Eelam (TGTE) said. TGTE leader Visuvanathan Rudrakumaran appealed to the Prime Minister of Portugal Pedro Passos Coelho, who met President Mahinda Rajapaksa yesterday, to raise with Sri Lanka the issue of security for witnesses who will be testifying before the led UN inquiry. The UN Human Rights Council in its March 2014 session created…

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India will support Sri Lanka’s at the UNHRC – Dr. Swamy

Sri Lanka’s security important than Tamil’s says India Pointing out that Sri Lanka’s security is important to India, the Chairman of BJP’s Committee on Strategic Action and Former Union Minister Dr. Subramanian Swamy told President Mahinda Rajapaksa that the end of the war has benefited Indian security as well……………… read all India will stand by Sri Lanka’s position at the UNHRC – Dr. Swamy  Sri Lanka suffered a setback in the fact there was a veto from the principal and governing parties of Tamil Nadu. Swamy said that there is a shift in…

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Anti Tamil Swamy to meet MR, Gota, G.L

Former Union Cabinet Minister and chairman of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Committee for Strategic Action Subramanian Swamy who is known for being a strong anti Tamil and a close associate of President Mahinda is scheduled to meet Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa, Foreign Minister G.L. Peiris and Defence Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa during a visit to Sri Lanka this week, The Hindu newspaper reported. Swamy well known to make idiotic remarks has been a strong supporter of killing of more than 40,000 Tamil Civilians by the Sri Lankan forces, and…

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11 year old girl raped on 11 consecutive days and another 9 years old too victim at the hands of 7 naval soldiers Karainagar : all bestial culprits released

 11 year old girl raped on 11 consecutive days and another 9 years old too victim at the hands of 7 naval soldiers Karainagar : all bestial culprits released because they are Rajapaksha’s Sinhala soldiers sent to terrorise the Tamil Community in the North? Witnesses will be killed by the Sri Lankan forces,………………………..   this is Sri Lanka! (Lanka-e-News- 20.July.2014, 11.00PM) Lanka e news is in receipt of reports pertaining to the attempts that are being made to suppress an incident where a 11 year old girl had been held captive and…

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Gota harbours robbers!

Defence secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa has ordred the suspension of investigations into the suspects, and their links, of the robbery of cash and goods worth Rs. 365,582 from Bread Talk restaurant near Eye Hospital Junction in the Maradana police area. According to reports reaching us, this is what has happened: Finance manager Amila Thushantha Silva on June 27 lodged a complaint with the crime investigation division of Maradana police that Bread Talka at no: 525, Union Palce, Colombo 02 had been broken into from the rear and Rs. 220,582 in cash…

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Tamil woman raped by Sri Lankan soldiers to be deported from UK

JONATHAN MILLER Foreign Affairs Correspondent Tamil woman raped by Sri Lankan soldiers to be deported from UK Weeks after William Hague’s summit on sexual violence in conflict, the British government is to deport a Tamil woman back to Sri Lanka, despite claims she was repeatedly raped by Sri Lankan soldiers. The Tamil woman came to the UK in 2010, soon after the end of the country’s civil war, and says that she was repeatedly raped while held in detention by Sri Lankan soldiers before she left the country. Despite serious concerns that…

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Mahajana Day 2014 in UK.

Catering By Annam Catering Ltd. • WHEN Saturday, 26th July 2014 – 11:00AM to7:30PM • WHERE Bannister Sports Centre, Uxbridge Rd, Harrow, HA3 6SP • ADMISSION Adults – £4.00 & Children – £2.00(Including dinner) Car park – £3.00 Mahajana OSA Events for the year 2014 4th Oct 2014 Mahajana Maalai 28th Dec 2014 Mahajana Night miztUk; tUf! tUf!! www.mahajana.co.uk mahajanaosauk@gmail.com Day Events 11:00 am – 6:00 pm  Football  Netball  Cricket  Athletics Evening Events 6:00 pm –7:30 pm  Chief Guest reception  Prize giving  Dinner…

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Russia faces threat of further sanctions

Britain, Germany and France agreed on Sunday they should be ready to ratchet up sanctions on Russia over the downing of a Malaysian jet carrying 298 passengers when European foreign ministers meet in Brussels on Tuesday. Meanwhile rebels in eastern Ukraine on Sunday took control of the bodies recovered from downed Malaysia Airlines plane even as U.S. and European leaders demanded that Russian President Vladimir Putin make sure rebels give international investigators full access to the crash site. The rebels also have allegedly recovered the black boxes from the plane and…

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SLMC to demand EPC CM post

By Rathindra KuruwitaThe Sri Lanka Muslim Congress (SLMC) will demand that the United People’s Freedom Alliance (UPFA) hand over the chief ministerial position, of the Eastern Provincial Council to the SLMC as agreed prior to the election. SLMC General Secretary Hassan Ali said, the UPFA leaders agreed to hand over the position to the SLMC after two and a half years. Thus, the position needs to change hands by 2015. The SLMC won seven seats at the election held in September 2012; UPFA won 22 seats including the SLMC seats. The Opposition…

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Sri Lanka’s NGO crackdown triggers free speech fears

A Sri Lankan government crackdown this month on NGOs has sparked claims that President Mahinda Rajapakse, paranoid that he could be toppled, is again attempting to silence critics and tighten his grip on power. The defence ministry this month banned non-governmental organisations from holding press conferences, awareness campaigns, training for journalists, workshops and disseminating press releases on everything from voter rights to exposing corruption. The ministry, which has regulated local and foreign NGOs since soon after the end of the island’s civil war in 2009, said the order was necessary…

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Sri Lankan Tamil Party Calls for Formation of Secular National Front

COLOMBO: A Sri Lankan Tamil party on Sunday called for the formation of a new secular national political front with participation from majority Sinhalas and minority Muslims to find a credible solution to problems of the Tamil people. The move came during the convention of the Eelam  People’s Revolution Liberation Front (EPRLF), a constituent party of the Tamil National Alliance, in Jaffna. TNA sources said its leader R Sampanthan told the  convention that neither the Tamil people nor the Tamil politicians are demanding a separate Tamil state. It is the…

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