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JVP Parliamentarian Bimal Ratnayake has observed that the recent landmark judgement of the Supreme Court against the dissolution of Parliament by President Sirisena has displayed the independence of the judiciary in the island and has thereby proved beyond doubt that the Sri Lankan judiciary could hear the war crimes and that there is no necessity for establishing an International Court to look into alleged war crimes committed by the Armed Forces during the war time in Sri Lanka.

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Demo in Mullaitheewu against attack on two Tamil journalists

A demonstration was held in Mullaitivu recently under the patronage of the Jaffna Press Club condemning the alleged attack on two Tamil correspondents while they...
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Token fast at Chavakacheri by Tamil political parties

A token fast was held by Tamil political parties at the Sivan Temple premises on Saturday, Septemeber 26 urging the government to respect the rights...
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Smart Classroom declared open at Kaileswara College, Nilaveli

 - By S.Kathiravan A smart classroom of the Nilaveli Kaileswara College was declared open recently under the patronage of Trincomalee Zonal Director of Education Sivagnanam Sivagnanam...
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Wellawatte Saiva Mangaiyar Vidyalayam Prefects in Cleaning Campaign along coastal...

- By Shanmugalingam Surenthiran Prefects of Wellawatte Saiva Mangaiyar Vidyalayam participated in a Cleaning Campaign of Coastal areas from Wellawatte Railway Station to Nelson Place recently....
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