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Colombo schemes permanent occupation of two Tamil villages in Ampaa’rai

Colombo schemes permanent occupation of two Tamil villages in Ampaa’rai

Sinhala officials attached to Sri Lanka’s Department of Forest Conservation, which comes under the SL Ministry of Environment and Renewable Energy, have surveyed this weekend two traditional Tamil villages in the Thirukkoayil DS division of Ampaa’rai district, in a move to plant trees in the lands that belong to uprooted Eezham Tamils, who have not been allowed to resettle in the villages of Thangkavealaayuthapuram and Kagnchi-kudichchaa’ru, news sources in Thirukkoayil told TamilNet Sunday. The Sinhala officials of the Eastern Provincial…

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Auschwitz survivor recognizes Sri Lanka genocide

Auschwitz survivor recognizes Sri Lanka genocide

Auschwitz survivor recognizes Sri Lanka genocide Supporting Tamil activists efforts to raise the awareness of Sri Lanka’s genocide of Tamils, a noted holocaust survivor, 79-year old Eva Mozes Kor, told the activists, “Remembering is not enough, we must take all actions possible to stop, and prevent genocides such as in Sri Lanka today.” Ms. Kor, who formed a close kinship with the Tamil group on the second workshop day of the “One Million Bones” rally in Washington last Sunday, is…

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British archaeologist makes no difference from PM of his country

British archaeologist makes no difference from PM of his country

British archaeologist makes no difference from PM of his country If the conscience of academics and intellectuals especially in the field of culture is not prepared to boycott the genocidal State of Sri Lanka, at least in subject matters and institutions that have a bearing on genocide, how to expect politicians to boycott events such as CHOGM hosted by Sri Lanka, commented an academic in Jaffna responding to British archaeologist Prof Robin Coningham choosing to address Colombo’s Postgraduate Institute of…

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Siege of Nallur

Siege of Nallur

The devotees that have visited the Nallur temple on the new years day were surprised to find that there was an army check post on the premises of the temple. Previously there was the police provided security to the famous temple and now there seems to be a military presence and this is motivated by the extremists from the south to further their ambition of torture and hate towards the Tamils. The news medias have suggested that it is for…

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