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Govts’ Educational Policy, “Sari Code” and………

This and that Ramblings (Island)  by Goolbai Gunasekara History teaches us that it is a mistake to think the enthusiasm of a select few has the support of the masses. Ever since the SWRD Bandaranaike Government ushered in the disastrous Sinhala Only policy, education has been on a downward spiral, which shows no sign of … Continue reading

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An Open Letter To The Chairman, Human Rights Commission, Dr. Deepika Udagama: On The New Government Uniform

By S. Ratnajeevan H. Hoole (Colombo Telegraph) J.J. Ratnasiri, Secretary of the Ministry of Public Administration and Disaster Management has issued the following Circular dated 29 May 2019: These are times when madmen filled with hate set off explosives blowing themselves up and taking the lives of many innocent persons. The issuance of this circular is yet … Continue reading

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It is possible to amend Muslim Marriage Law: Ash Sheik Muneer Malaffer (Naleemi) 

Daily FT I have written two articles heavily criticising the parties supposedly spearheaded the attacks against Muslims at Kandy recently to Daily FT (http://www.ft.lk/columns/The-world-moves-forward-and-we-move-backwards/4-651588) and another Sinhala publication. I was eager to write about the other side of this issue. In the meantime Ash Sheikh S.H.M. Faleel (Naleemi) has written a book in Sinhala, ‘The … Continue reading

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Does Extremism refer to the people’s eating habits, dress code or religious practice?

The Need of the Hour: Tolerance and National Integration By Dr.M.A.M.H. Barry – Attorney-at-Law Source Daily Mirror The role of the Authorities is not to eliminate pluralism but to ensure that the competing groups tolerate each other (Serif v. Greece -The European Court of Human Rights, 14/12/99) THE POINT: Various views and theories are being exchanged … Continue reading

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