BREAKING NEWS – Brigadier Priyanka Fernando of SL army found guilty

Brigadier Priyanka Fernando of SL army found guilty of two of three offences under Public Order Act (sections 5 and 4a). That his actions were threatening, caused harassment, and that he intended them to be so. Magistrates court issues an arrest warrant for Fernando. Following this judgement an international arrest warrant is likely to be issued for war criminal and Sri Lanka’s ex defence attache Brigadier Priyanka Fernando. If the Sri Lanakn government refuses to cooperate, its High Commissioner in London will be summoned to appear before the Court Brig.…

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Mahinda Plays racist card again – Lucky Tamil MP Sumathiran is alive!

Lucky Tamil MP Sumathiran is alive and traveling in Colombo now, If the Rajapakshe family was in power he would have been killed by the governments forces like they killed other Tamil MP’s and Journalists during the Rajapaksha rule. Opposition Leader Mahinda Rajapaksa yesterday vowed not to allow Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe and TNA MP M.A. Sumanthiran to implement decisions taken by them surreptitiously that would harm the interests of the country. He said this at the opening of the new ‘Wahalkada’ at the Nakulugamuwa, Meddadeniya Sri Shailarama Purana Temple in…

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Men’s Fashion Week: Jeenu Mahadevan calls out colourism

Jan 20 (BBC) London, Paris, Milan, New York… it has been a frantic January for model Jeenu Mahadevan, as he flies around the world for Men’s Fashion Week. “There’s no such thing as downtime in Fashion Week, it’s just chaos for three weeks straight,” he tells the BBC. Since the 20-year old made his international debut in 2017 in Paris, his profile has skyrocketed. He’s modelled for fashion powerhouses including Versace, Givenchy Alexander McQueen and Burberry. Not bad for someone who was discovered on a bus home in Oslo in…

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Foreign Office admits to destroying hundreds of files from the start of Tamil uprising in Sri Lanka

Jan 21 (Morning Star) Britain’s Foreign Office is being accused of “shredding history” after it admitted to destroying nearly 400 diplomatic files from the start of a Tamil uprising in Sri Lanka. Margaret Thatcher’s government armed Sri Lankan forces against left-wing Tamil independence fighters, but activists including superstar M.I.A. are now warning the full extent of this deadly collusion may never come to light. The Foreign Office has shredded nearly twice as many files on the conflict than it previously admitted, a freedom of information request by the Morning Star…

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