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Referring to the recent protests in Tamil Nadu the Economist magazine said that nothing is going to save the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) from defeat and New Delhi has quietly backed Sri Lanka’s President Mahinda Rajapaksa in his two year effort to wipe out Tigers.

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At least three cups of black tea, like Ceylon tea or the Chinese type green tea will reduce the chances of being struck by stroke, medical researchers at the University of California in Los Angeles, announced.

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Expressing its assertion against the Western opinion that the Sri Lankan war should be suspended, for the sake of trapped civilians, in a leading article, the Wall Street Journal said, among the few options Colombo is having the worst would be to stop the war now.

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The United States, European Union, Japan and Norway on Tuesday urged Sri Lanka’s Tamil Tigers rebels to consider surrendering to avoid more deaths, including among thousands of civilians trapped in the war zone.

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For all those who argue that there’s no military solution for terrorism, we have two words: Sri Lanka. This week, the Sri Lankan army said it had captured the last piece of the northern Jaffna Peninsula, one of the few remaining strongholds of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, a terrorist organization that has waged a 26-year civil war that’s claimed tens of thousands of lives, including those of a Sri Lankan President and an Indian Prime Minister.

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Commenting on the book recently published on the separatist Conflict of Sri Lanka Fathali Moghaddam, Director of the Georgetown University’s Conflict Resolution Program said outside factors interfering in local conflicts do not always bring good results.

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