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Success… it’s definition to me part 2

Success… it’s definition to me part 2

I should have finished it on the 1st post but I didn’t want to bore you with such a long post. So here is the rest. when the Ladies of World are held at the same equal stature as the males and given equity of equal value to not only to get a seat at the table also to make their voices heard and most of all their voices must have the same standing as the other sexes. There’s a…

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Success… it’s definition to me

Success… it’s definition to me

Success is a simple word with soo many meaning’s to soo many people. Succes to the western world, which I am part of for now and for the foreseeable future, is defined, to most people who are working is to make it. And by that means to make a lost of money and perhaps own a company or come up with a great start-up that winning company. To me, success is having a roof over my head and something to…

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To love again or not

To love again or not

To love again or not… Well, ideally I would love to fall in love with someone that takes my heart away once more as I have had in the past. I have had my heart lured out into the open and hunted to its demise so I’d like to avoid it completely, however not all the women are the same and there are ones who will truly love me for who I really am. There is only hate towards the…

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Sinhala colony, military, Buddhist complex crop up at Jaffna city entrance

Sinhala colony, military, Buddhist complex crop up at Jaffna city entrance

Naavat-kuzhi is a place just 5km east of Jaffna city where the two highways A9 and A32, the only existing land arteries that lead into Jaffna from the south and the western coast meet. First the Sinhala military occupied the junction with camps at both the branching highways. Then a Sinhala colony cropped up in the last two years with permanent concrete houses complete with all facilities at the most potential stretch of land there. Now, foundation is laid for…

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Sinhala military wants ‘Kappan’ from Batticaloa Tamil farmers

Sinhala military wants ‘Kappan’ from Batticaloa Tamil farmers

Aiming at totally bankrupting the Tamil farmers of Koa’raippattu South (Kiraan) division in Batticaloa district, the occupying Sri Lankan military, which schemes Sinhalicisaton and colonisation of the pasturelands in the division, now demand 3,000 rupees per 10 cattle from the Tamil farmers. The ‘Kappan’ military of Sri Lanka has instructed the Tamil farm-owners to pay the money before 25th of this month. The extortion is taking place in the name of providing ‘housing’ to disabled Sinhala soldiers, the farmers from…

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Gajendrakumar exposes New Delhi’s deception behind 13th Amendment

Gajendrakumar exposes New Delhi’s deception behind 13th Amendment

Gajendrakumar exposes New Delhi’s deception behind 13th Amendment New Delhi that had wanted the LTTE to commit on federal solution as condition to bring in ceasefire, started arrogantly imposing the unitary 13 Amendment once the war ended in genocide, Gajendrakumar Ponnambalam exposes, bringing out the roles played by new Delhi’s National Security Advisor, M.K. Narayanan, and the former Foreign Secretary and the present NSA, Shivshankar Menon. When some of the TNA members attempted to explain that the 13th Amendment couldn’t…

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Rapp disappointed at Sri Lanka’s lack of accountability to atrocities

Rapp disappointed at Sri Lanka’s lack of accountability to atrocities

Rapp disappointed at Sri Lanka’s lack of accountability to atrocities US Ambassador at Large on War Crimes Issues, Stephen J. Rapp, during his visit to the UN in New York June 11, said on Sri Lanka, he is disappointed on the “accountability for the alleged grave atrocities near the end of the conflict on both sides,” and on the lack of implementation of the provisions of the Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission, Inner City Press (ICP) which covers UN, said.

Ampaa’rai Sinhala administration schemes Buddhicisation of Saiva-Vedda site

Ampaa’rai Sinhala administration schemes Buddhicisation of Saiva-Vedda site

Ampaa’rai Sinhala administration schemes Buddhicisation of Saiva-Vedda site Occupying Sri Lanka’s Government Agent in the Eastern Province’s Ampaa’rai district, Mr Neil de Alwis, who held a meeting with the Va’n’nakkars (trustees) of the historic Saiva shrine at Ukanthai-malai last Wednesday, has asked the trustees to cooperate with the SL authorities in constructing a Buddhist stupa, at a one and a half acres plot of land, 400 meters close to the Saiva shrine, informed sources in Ampaa’rai told TamilNet this week….

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3 Saiva temples simultaneously plundered of idols in Batticaloa

3 Saiva temples simultaneously plundered of idols in Batticaloa

3 Saiva temples simultaneously plundered of idols in Batticaloa Unidentified squads that came in heavy vehicles to three Saiva temples in Ka’luvaagnchik-kudi in Batticaloa district on Saturday midnight forcibly entered the temples and robbed the temples, stealing historic bronze statues, golden plates, jewellery and cash. Civil sources in the district suspect that the attack on temples, following the recent protest against the move by Buddhist extremists to install a Buddha statue at the entrance to the Batticaloa city, has been…

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From Tamil to Sinhala

From Tamil to Sinhala

Since the war ended in Sri Lanka in 2009 there have been numerous steps taken by the genocidal government of Sri Lanka to destroy what remains of Tamils property and their identity, namely the places they live in now this has sped up a little and the treat that the Tamils face is astounding. The Government has come up with 89 names of Tamils villages and towns and islands and places and places if importance to be renamed into Sinhala…

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