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Mass graves: The dead tell a tragic tale of delays and disputes

Mass graves: The dead tell a tragic tale of delays and disputes

There Would Have Been No MiG Deal Without Gotabhaya Rajapaksa and Udayanga Weeratunga.

There Would Have Been No MiG Deal Without Gotabhaya Rajapaksa and Udayanga Weeratunga.

SLFP splits over SLPP tie-up

SLFP splits over SLPP tie-up

Mahinda had gifted his Astrologer Sumanadasa a car worth Rs.8.2Mn belonging to Mihin

Mahinda had gifted his Astrologer Sumanadasa a car worth Rs.8.2Mn belonging to Mihin

Who killed SLFP?

Who killed SLFP?

Mahinda declared in public that he obtained membership of the SLPP but now says ”I am NOT a member of SLPP”

Mahinda declared in public that he obtained membership of the SLPP but now says ”I am NOT a member of SLPP”

LSSP fought for workers’ rights – Prof. Tissa Vitarana

LSSP fought for workers’ rights – Prof. Tissa Vitarana

Maithri, Mahinda, Ranil: Three Aces or Three Jokers?

Maithri, Mahinda, Ranil: Three Aces or Three Jokers?

Playing game in order to save Mahinda’s seat in parliament.

Playing game in order to save Mahinda’s seat in parliament.

”Mahinda Rajapaksa is promoting extremism” says JVP

”Mahinda Rajapaksa is promoting extremism” says JVP

Sirisena Kicks out Chandrikas Supporters From SLFP Headquarters

Sirisena Kicks out Chandrikas Supporters From SLFP Headquarters

Hidden flames beneath friendship of Prez and MR

Hidden flames beneath friendship of Prez and MR

Verdict of 5 cases against Johnston to be delivered on Jan 29

Verdict of 5 cases against Johnston to be delivered on Jan 29

Two Naval Intelligence Officers Sitting Among Litigants at Fort Magistrates Courts While Being Supposedly on Duty at Welisara Base Were Arrested By Police On Suspicion of Conspiracy to Murder Chief Investigator Nishantha Silva the Key Witness in Case Against Navy Personnel on Ransom and Murder Charges.

Two Naval Intelligence Officers Sitting Among Litigants at Fort Magistrates Courts While Being Supposedly on Duty at Welisara Base Were Arrested By Police On Suspicion of Conspiracy to Murder Chief Investigator Nishantha Silva the Key Witness in Case Against Navy Personnel on Ransom and Murder Charges.

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UK responds to petition calling for Sri Lanka to be referred to ICC

UK responds to petition calling for Sri Lanka to be referred to ICC

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Former LTTE cadres scapegoated while police killers roam free – TNA MP

Former LTTE cadres scapegoated while police killers roam free – TNA MP

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The Crucial March 2019 Session of UNHRC

The Crucial March 2019 Session of UNHRC

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Committee probing violence in Parliament inspects CCTV footage

Committee probing violence in Parliament inspects CCTV footage

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MAHINDA PLAYING RACIST CARD AGAIN.

MAHINDA PLAYING RACIST CARD AGAIN.

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US, EU, Australia welcome political developments in SL

US, EU, Australia welcome political developments in SL

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Was it all worth it Mahinda?

Was it all worth it Mahinda?

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”The guardian of democracy is JVP Leader Anura Kumara Dissanayake” says SLPP

”The guardian of democracy is JVP Leader Anura Kumara Dissanayake” says SLPP

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President Sirisena Offers Prime Minister Position to Karu Jayasuriya, Sajith Premadasa, John Amaratunga and Daya Gamage To Deprive Ranil Wickremesinghe But UNP Stalwarts Stand Firmly Behind Party Leader Who will be Taking Oaths for the Fifth time as Premier

President Sirisena Offers Prime Minister Position to Karu Jayasuriya, Sajith Premadasa, John Amaratunga and Daya Gamage To Deprive Ranil Wickremesinghe But UNP Stalwarts Stand Firmly Behind Party Leader Who will be Taking Oaths for the Fifth time as Premier

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Mahinda Rajapaksa Signs a “Resignation Letter” At His Residence After Clinging On to Power For 7 Weeks As the First and Only Purported Prime Minister in Commonwealth History

Mahinda Rajapaksa Signs a “Resignation Letter” At His Residence After Clinging On to Power For 7 Weeks As the First and Only Purported Prime Minister in Commonwealth History

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Mahinda who clung on to power despite suffering no-confidence motions have resigned

Mahinda who clung on to power despite suffering no-confidence motions have resigned

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”The TNA now holds the remote control in Parliament” says Mahinda

”The TNA now holds the remote control in Parliament” says Mahinda

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The role of the opposition in Sri Lanka should be to work against the government even if the Gov. do good – says SLFP

The role of the opposition in Sri Lanka should be to work against the government even if the Gov. do good – says SLFP

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Mahinda decided to resign to ensure the stability of the nation after knowingly disrupting for 7 weeks.

Mahinda decided to resign to ensure the stability of the nation after knowingly disrupting for 7 weeks.

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MR steps down from PM to Opposition Leader

MR steps down from PM to Opposition Leader

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SL military erects giant Buddha statue at controversial heritage site in Mullaiththeevu

SL military erects giant Buddha statue at controversial heritage site in Mullaiththeevu

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Mahinda Rajapaksa Ready to Move Back To Opposition and Let Ranil Form Govt But President Sirisena Refuses to “Take a Step Back” and Insists He “Would Not Govern Country With Ranil Wickremesinghe Under Any Circumstances”.

Mahinda Rajapaksa Ready to Move Back To Opposition and Let Ranil Form Govt But President Sirisena Refuses to “Take a Step Back” and Insists He “Would Not Govern Country With Ranil Wickremesinghe Under Any Circumstances”.

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Dissolution of Parliament unconstitutional – Supreme Court

Dissolution of Parliament unconstitutional – Supreme Court

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