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  • Sri Lanka heads for political stalemate as extremisms come to the fore Read more >

    Sri Lanka heads for political stalemate as extremisms come to the fore

    Extremist ethno-politics is raising its head once again in Sri Lanka, both in the Tamil-dominated Northern Province and in the Sinhalese-dominated South, pushing the island nation towards a political stalemate once again. With the conflict getting surcharged with emotion, irrational action could follow with far reaching consequences, writes P.K.Balachandran in South Asian Monitor. In the […]

  • NPC organised memorial event held in Mullivaikal  sea front. Read more >

    NPC organised memorial event held in Mullivaikal sea front.

    Image: A grieving mother at today memorial event. Photo credit @vikalpavoices Memorial event organised by the Northern Provincial Council to remember  victims of the  of war was  held at the Mullivaikal today. Leaders of the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) including its leader R. Sampanthan, Mavei Senathirajah, Sritharan took pat in the event. Northern Province Chief Minister C.V. Wigneswaran made the […]

  • M.A. Sumanthiran on Sri Lankan Politics, Tamil Affairs, and Indo-Lankan Ties Read more >

    M.A. Sumanthiran on Sri Lankan Politics, Tamil Affairs, and Indo-Lankan Ties

    M.A. Sumanthiran is a Sri Lankan lawyer, parliamentarian and member of the Illankai Tamil Arasu Kachchi (ITAK), a Tamil political party. The Diplomat‘s Taylor Dibbert spoke with Sumanthiran about Sri Lankan politics, Tamil affairs, and India-Sri Lanka ties. By Taylor Dibbert. The Diplomat: Sustained militarization and land issues pose significant challenges for civilians residing in […]

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