MR passes ITN campaign bill buck to party :
The ‘Commonwealth compromise’ in Geneva
A few months after evading the summons issued by
the Bribery Commission by an engineered ‘sleep over’ protest tamasha
in the country’s legislature, former President Mahinda Rajapaksa had
to deal with a similar situation again last week.
Behind Closed Doors:
Free-wheeling Uncle Veeré, an assassin near Geneva and a
deadline for Ranja
One Lang-sa of a certain coastal city hosted a
party for a group of journalists at a hotel on the edge of water.
The prime objective of the party was to show the scribes that he is
not as ‘bad’ as some portray him to be! Each journalist who attended
the party was gifted a 16 GB pen drive, probably to store in their
collective memory that Lang-sa is a good boy who doesn’t deserve a
digit of criticism.