In politics, self takes precedence over nation 

Daily Mirror Editorial The point is in the concluding para -TW When it comes to politics there is no difference between the North and South. In both parts of the country one’s self comes first while pushing the nation, the people and the nationality one represents into the back-burner. That was what happened when the … Continue reading

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A case of killing a journalist

Daily Mirror Who was Mel Gunasekera? Melicia Gunasekera was 40 years at the time of her death. She was a graduate of the University of East London. A journalist for the Sunday Times, an editor for Lanka Business Online and Agence France Presse (AFP)as its first full-time female correspondent in Colombo. At the time of … Continue reading

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A (Muslim) marriage contract between two men!

By Ameena Hussein (Sunday Times) TW’s COMMENT This blogger has strong reservations about the author’s religiosity or rather Iman (belief) and personal life. However certain facts she has expressed through her article and reproduced here from Sunday Times are very relevant and pertinent and must be accommodated to protect Muslim young girls. The blogger has … Continue reading

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Regime Change in Ceylon: 1815

“The West won the world, not by the superiority of its ideas, values or religion but, rather, by its superiority in applying organised violence. Westerners often forget this fact, non-westerners never do” — Samuel R Huntington History matters. Obeyesekere relates events, two centuries after they had occurred and a century after the Russian Revolution. Yet … Continue reading

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