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Winning the Hearts and Minds of Tamils: Chief Editor of Asian Tribune Offers a Pragmatic Recipe

Sweden, Dec. 6 -- In the opening line of the video clip, Mr Rajasingham described his own race as 'peculiar': by that he meant the way the Tamil community were exploited by various vested interests du... Read More


Tamil Tigers Are Not A Criminal Organization - The Swiss Federal Court

Zurich, Dec. 4 -- The Swiss Federal Court has ruled that the Tamil Tigers are not a criminal organization and has acquitted 12 people of charges filed by the Office of the Attorney General (OAG). In ... Read More


United States Supports Sri Lankan Efforts to Reduce Landslide Risk

Sweden, Dec. 4 -- The United States donated landslide monitoring instruments to Sri Lanka's National Building Research Organization (NBRO) to more effectively manage the risk of landslides in Nikgaha,... Read More


The Onus of Educating the Swiss is on the FM

Colombo, Dec. 4 -- It is the foreign media that reacted most to Gotabaya Rajapaksa being elected as the president of Sri Lanka. This aggression came even while the other 32 contenders and their suppor... Read More


We cannot end AIDS without combating antimicrobial resistance

Sweden, Dec. 3 -- With just 133 months left to end AIDS, this year's World AIDS Day underlines the urgency to step up the fight against the epidemic. Despite unprecedented progress made in scaling up ... Read More


Who is Brave enough to love Union of Burma?

Sweden, Dec. 3 -- The news that Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, the Burmese Nobel laureate and a de facto head of State will be heading to The Hague, to face the ethnic cleansing/genocide of the Rohingyas charg... Read More


Update on the alleged incident relating to Swiss Embassy staff member

Colombo, Dec. 2 -- The government yesterday said that there was an urgent need to interview a local employee of the Swiss Embassy in Colombo after investigations had revealed that the claims made by S... Read More


Canada pledged $8.3 million to support mine-affected in Sri Lanka.

Sweden, Dec. 1 -- The government of Canada has announced a fund of USD 2 million for the landmine clearance activities in Sri Lanka. Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs Francois-Philippe Champagne an... Read More


Asian Dominance Of The World And The Problems of the Double-Helix of China and India

Sweden, Dec. 1 -- It has been posited that in the 19th century, the world was Europeanized. In the 20th century, it was Americanized. Now, it is being Asianized. But is the story of the Asian success ... Read More


India's National Security Threatened by Sri Lanka's MCC Compact

Sweden, Dec. 1 -- Reliable intelligence sources indicate that India was blindsided when details of the MCC work plan for Sri Lanka leaked out into the public domain. Until then Alaina Teplitz glibly ... Read More