Sunday Observer Online


Sunday, 21 February 2016





Marriage Proposals
Government Gazette

Sunday Politics

Ultra-nationalists looking to MR:

LG polls delay stalls UPFA break-away party

Sinha Lé supports MR?:
Mahinda’s sudden love for Vijaya :
SLFP rebels’ fear tactics fail :
KPIs for Cabinet Ministers:

In an interesting turn of events, former President Mahinda Rajapaksa last week took part in a Vijaya Kumaratunga commemorative event organised by the Sri Lanka Mahajana Party. Although Rajapaksa and Kumaratunga were party colleagues in the blue camp during the late 70s and early 80s,


Cat’s eye

Protests and protests

This feline went to bed on Tuesday, February 16 night completely shattered, yes shattered. Mercifully, not a personal problem shattering her but a national calamity which could worsen. A national crisis affects this cat since so many are involved and the brunt of it is on the less privileged. If you are born as a human or even as an animal, problems, hazards.


SL can teach others how to oust dictatorial regimes - Hoole

Sri Lanka is in a position to teach the world how to stand up to dictatorial regimes and overturn such regimes through peaceful elections, member of the Independent Elections Commission, Dr. Ratnajeevan Hoole, said. In an interview with the Sunday Observer, he said the Commission is currently occupied with the task of absorbing the former Election Department staff, preparing to conduct the upcoming local government elections, where for the first time the 30% quota for women will be accommodated.

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