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Karunanidhi bogged down by 2G Spectrum Scam and family revolt is trying to brush aside troubles by clamoring for Eelam – says The Pioneer

India’s Pioneer newspaper said in an editorial that Chief Minister Muthuvel Karunanidhi’s recent clamor to divide Sri Lanka and carve out a separate Tamil homeland has been done for a political mileage and it can also be seen as an attempt to brush aside all troubles in his own party and home.

“If former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi’s unfulfilled dream was a Tamil Eelam, he can have it in India where a larger population of Tamils live than in Sri Lanka.”

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Engage Sri Lanka’s media monitoring project, Sri Lanka Media Watch, has called upon Britain’s Channel 4 News programme to choose between legitimate journalism and advocacy propaganda in its focus on Sri Lanka.

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Channel 4’s gutter journalism seems to be searching new ways of fulfilling their stinky agendas.

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The Norwegian Postal Authority, Posten Norge, has issued an apology to the Sri Lankan Ambassador in Oslo, Mr. E. Rodney M. Perera, for the recent issuance of LTTE stamps in Norway.

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Gordon Weiss was a spokesman for the United Nations organisation in Sri Lanka for two years at the end of that country’s civil war. His 2011 book, ‘The Cage: The Fight for Sri Lanka and the Last Days of the Tamil Tigers’, is said to be a close study of the last months and weeks of the conflict in the Vanni.

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LTTE’s Nediyavan unit in France were allegedly attacked by another unit of LTTE recently.

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Recently, United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki Moon has reportedly said that he has been “waiting and waiting” for a “positive reply” from the Sri Lankan government, with regard to the recommendations made by “his advisory panel” on Human Rights issues.

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Gaddafi’s Mediterranean birthplace of Sert and the strategic mountain town of Bani Walid are now pools of blood. Fierce clashes erupted between the anti-Gaddafi forces and Gaddafi-loyal forces had left nearly two million people dead and wounded.

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In November 2002, the Doubletree hotel in Somerset, New Jersey, hosted a daylong gala: lunch, speeches, dinner, more speeches, and finally dancing. There were more than 400 guests, and they were all there to mark the 25th anniversary of the Ilankai Tamil Sangam, ostensibly a cultural and social organization.

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