Despite global financial crisis:
Lankan economy recorded impressive successes – President
“I take modest pride in the fact that Sri Lanka
is one of the economies in Asia where impressive successes have been
recorded during these turbulent times”, President Mahinda Rajapaksa
said at the 16th Non-Aligned Movement Heads of State Summit in
Tehran, Iran last week.
Relatively low number of violations and
PC election campaign enters final phase
As the campaigning for the Provincial Council
elections is scheduled to end on September 5, in the run-up to the
Provincial Council election to three key Councils on September 8,
political parties seem to have put more steam in to their campaigns
as the election stage is hotting up at the tail end of the campaign.
Open letter to M. A. Sumanthiran, TNA MP II:
What dignity did Tamils get from Sangkili to Prabhakaran?
I am forwarding just this one last letter to you
not because I expect a reply — you dodged me in Melbourne and also
dodged my questionnaire sent to you as requested by you – but for
two other reasons. First, if myths, fictions, concoctions and lies
are not challenged they are accepted as the truth naturally because
there is no alternative version,
Sculptors seek permanent sales centre
Have you heard about craftsmen who are engaged
in sculpturing small scale portraits out of raw coconuts? They not
only make portraits of people, but also figures of animals out of
coconuts. I am sure only few would have seen our craftsmen
sculpturing portraits and figures from coconuts. These items are
called coconut creations.