Tag Archives: Mahinda Rajapaksa

Sri Lanka’s Former President Wages Comeback at Polls

New Delhi, India. As Sri Lanka holds elections to choose a new parliament, all eyes are on the bid by its former controversial president, Mahinda Rajapaksa to stage a political comeback. He was ousted seven months ago from the top job, but now wants to return as the country’s prime minister. Sri Lankans headed to […]

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In Sri Lanka: Reconciliation & Reconstruction

Colombo, Sri Lanka.  Sri Lanka is now focused on the “3 R’s:” Rehabilitation, Reconstruction, and Reconciliation. The immense cost for resettling the 280,000 people in the camps is staggering. European leaders need to stop lecturing and start helping.It is actually possible that China will be able to step into the picture if Europe continues to […]

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Sri Lanka Triumphant At Last

Sri Lanka. The 26-year war against the Tamil Tigers — the so-called Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelamis (LTTE) — is over and Sri Lanka is at last and thankfully at peace. In spite of the slaughter, using their own people as human shields, creating the largest, bloodiest hostage drama of modern times, the Tigers have […]

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