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Sunday, 3 March 2013





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Minister outlines progress at length:

Lankan delegation makes impact at UNHRC sessions

A member of the Sri Lankan delegation in Geneva said that if a minister had not been present at the current UN Human Rights Council sessions, Sri Lanka would have missed the opportunity to speak at length on its impressive progress so far. He said the time slot for an official delegation to address the session would have been a mere two minutes whereas the speech by Minister Mahinda Samarasinghe,

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Ex-UNP MPs air their views on party’s plight

Sri Lanka remained under British rule for well over a century beginning in 1815 and the patriotic leaders of yesteryear felt the necessity of independence and started clamouring for freedom from the colonial masters. A number of organisations was formed by local patriotic leaders with the participation of all communities and they jointly worked to obtain autonomy.

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Government dealings are always transparent - Minister Nimal Siripala de Silva

A one-time senior lawyer who had a lucrative practice in the Colombo courts for years, the Leader of the House and Irrigation and Water Management Minister Nimal Siripala de Silva joined the SLFP at a crucial period when it was undergoing political vicissitudes. He was the first ever Asian to be elected President of the World Health Assembly and Chairman of the Executive Board of the World Health Organisation when he was Sri Lanka's Health Minister.

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