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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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20th February 2009 was a historical day for both SL security forces and LTTE terrorists. SL security forces recorded a great victory by successfully aborting the LTTE’s “suicide air attacks” with well coordination and communication and LTTE ended up their “Air show” with a yet another failure note.

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Despite of enjoying all the privileges as MPs from the government of Sri Lanka, the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) Parliamentarians are doing an unacceptable work by behaving in support of LTTE terrorists, said Minister Keheliya Rambukwella yesterday (18th Feb) during the press conference held at the Media Centre for National Security, Colombo.

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16th February, 1988 was a tragic day not only to Sri Lankan Film Industry but also to each and every Sri Lankan- film-lover. Its was the day the charismatic silver screen actor Wijaya Kumaratunga met with a tragic death 21 years ago.

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As a further step to what Sri Lanka calls intrusion to Sri Lanka’s internal affairs Britains Liberal Democratic shadow Foreign Secretary Edward Davey has proposed that Britain should try to impose a ceasefire on Sri Lanka through the UN Security Council.

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“I’ve asked Des Browne, our former defence secretary, to be an envoy for Sri Lanka ,” British Prime Minister Gordon Brown told a parliamentary committee yesrterday. But who asked Gordon Browne to send his near-namesake, Browne, to Sri Lanka ? Quite appropriately, Rohitha Bogollagama, Foreign Minister, has asked both Brown/es to go jump in the Thames.

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Maya Arulpragasam, better known as MIA seems to be using her celebrity status to publicize a false image on Sri Lanka in the World.

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Defence Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa completely denied the allegations made by the International Community of the Red Cross (ICRC) against SL forces about the civilian casualties, during a telephone interview with CNN.

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