Cameron’s Libyan script – critical article on British PM’s speech in UN

British Prime Minister David Cameron may have thought he had arrived on the world stage when he addressed the United Nations General Assembly on September 22 and defended military intervention in other countries, ostensibly on liberal humanitarian grounds. At first sight, he seemed to have a case. Mindful of the debacle of the illegal 2003 […]
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Playing mind games with the youth

It is impressive to realize that for an under-developed, war-stricken south-Asian country, the great strides our past and present sports personalities have achieved. Three massive moments standout in the history of this glorious nation, and most of us in this present generation were lucky enough to experience the latter two. Duncan White, who in 1948, […]
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Public Support and Vigilance Essential to Ensure Clean Polls

In order to address several public concerns over the conduct of free and fair elections at the forthcoming municipal and local government elections, a delegation of the Friday Forum met with the new Commissioner of Elections, Mahinda Deshapriya, to review measures taken by him to ensure clean Polls. The Friday Forum raised several issues of […]
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