2.0 movie: Thousands of websites blocked to stop torrent downloads …

2.0 featuring Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar … – Coventry Telegraph https://www.coventrytelegraph.net › News › UK & World News 3 days ago – The film was produced by Subaskaran Allirajah and Raju Mahalingam under the banner Lyca Productions. … 2.0 – one of the most expensive movies ever made – has finally been released. … You can also download our all-new app. …. Asthma […]

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Leaders Like Maithripala Sirisena and Mahinda Rajapaksa who have Neither Shame nor Justice can Plummet to the Lowest of Depths, Because for them Everything is Permissible

Leaders Like Maithripala Sirisena and Mahinda Rajapaksa who have Neither Shame nor Justice can Plummet to the Lowest of Depths, Because for them Everything is Permissible By Tisaranee Gunasekara “The history of madness is the history of power.”Roy Porter (A social history of madness: The world through the eyes of the insane) The current crisis is […]

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Karuna’s involvement in Batticaloa cop killings?

The Tamil National Alliance yesterday echoed sentiments of UNP MP Nalin Bandara, raising suspicions about the alleged involvement of SLFP Vice President and former LTTE Eastern Commander Vinayagamoorthy Muralitharan alias Col. Karuna in the Batticaloa shooting that resulted in the death of two policemen on Thursday.TNA Jaffna District Parliamentarian M. A. Sumanthiran said that after […]

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whether the alleged crimes and offences against Ranil are grater than those raised by you at the last Presidential Election campaign, and after, about Mahinda Rajapaksa?

President Maithripala Opinion Sirisena is obviously enjoying the new game that both he and so-called ‘Prime Minister’ Mahinda Rajapaksa has introduced to Sri Lanka. Boycott is the new political game in our threatened Democracy. It is the Boycott Keliya. Members of the so-called Government are enjoying this game that ensures them of all the privileges […]

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TNA urges Sirisena to take a swift, considered decision

Sampanthan points to impending court cases The mounting pressure of an impending Supreme Court verdict on his dissolution of Parliament, and the lack of majority support for his hand-picked Prime Minister might prompt President Maithripala Sirisena to end Sri Lanka’s political crisis this weekend, The Hindu learns. President Sirisena held two high-level meetings on Friday evening — […]

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