‘No grabbing land nor dividing the motherland’:
President vows to continue fight anti-Sri Lankan forces
* No room for separation
* Foreign invasions
* Live together in one
* Faith in heroism,
strength in youth
* Ex-Presidents felt
* Victory best felt in
President Mahinda Rajapaksa yesterday assured
that he would continue to fight against the anti-Sri Lankan forces
and would neither allow them to grab a single piece of land nor
divide the motherland. He said, “Foreign forces or foreign invasion
is not a new thing to us” and added that since the victory against
terrorism, four years go, such forces resorted to various tactics to
take Sri Lanka under their control.
Disabled war heroes receive standing ovation
Four years ago on the shores of Nandikadal
lagoon, the brave Armed Forces defeated the LTTE, one of the most
ruthless terrorist outfits in the world. Many refer to this historic
day (June 18, 2009) as Sri Lanka’s second Independence Day because
the Armed Forces ushered in freedom from a climate of fear and
Sailor missing after navy boat capsizes
A sailor went missing and two others were
hospitalised when a Navy boat capsized during the Victory Day Parade
yesterday morning.Four sailors on board on the Arrow Craft were
thrown overboard when the boat capsized during the parade. Three of
them were rescued and rushed to the National Hospital, Colombo.
Village thug meets his Waterloo
Manjula got married to a girl of his choice.
After some time he became a father of two daughters and one son.
However, he was not interested in the welfare of his family and left
them to fend for the selves. Manjula began spending his time with
undesirables in the area. Soon he became the village thug.