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How Bangladesh has kept Islamic radicals in check

Daily Mirror Bangladesh marks the 15th anniversary of the anti-terrorist Rapid Action Battalion Muslim-majority Bangladesh was born out of an explicitly secular and linguistic movement spearheaded by Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. But it did not take long for the new born to show that it was “Islamic” as well as “Bengali”. This was due to the … Continue reading

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Terrorism: Nothing Islamic about it at all!

Daily Mirror The Easter Sunday bombings that killed nearly 300 innocent people, mostly worshippers celebrating Easter, came as a rude shock to the Muslim community. Muslim families watched in disbelief as the events unfolded and the finger was pointed at ‘Islamic extremists.’ They could not believe that such a crime would be perpetrated in the … Continue reading

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Thieves, murderers or Nagananda?

Daily Mirror According to Kodituwakku’s vision for the country future MPs will have to be either graduates or should have studied up to that level After every election the same set of shifty mugs are seen in Parliament. There is never a change. Whether they are in the Government, in the opposition or on the … Continue reading

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Why Karu J is the best bet for all concerned

(Daily Mirror) If Karu is the Candidate Does he need to name a PM?  One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors.~Plato With the announcement of the possible candidature of Gotabhaya Rajapaksa as the next Presidential Candidate from the Pohottuwa Party (Now it … Continue reading

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How do you solve a problem like Sirisena?

The people’s bafflement Sunday Times’ Punch 01 The President washes his hands of UNHRC resolution claiming he didn’t know Lanka’s envoy had signed it If there is one tragic flaw in Maithripala Sirisena’s get up, it is his habitual tendency to absolve himself of all knowledge and thus responsibility to the nation when the first … Continue reading

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