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· June, 2006

Stories about Sri Lanka from June, 2006

Sri Lanka: Public service media

Voices of Reconciliation on the public appeal for Public Service Media in Sri Lanka. “As Sri Lankan citizens groups have been campaigning for public service media, we now call on...

Sri Lanka : LTTE and Tamils

How far does the LTTE represents the interests of the Tamils in Sri Lanka? “The LTTE is not at all concerned about the rights, privileges, safety and security of the...

Sri Lanka: Law and Order

Azrael's world on law and order in Sri Lanka – “The situation in Sri Lanka makes it obvious that the situation in terms of law and order in Sri Lanka...

Sri Lanka, UK: Culture and Bridges

London, Lanka and Drums on the Sri Lankan festivities in London. “Trafalgar Square was buzzing when we arrived at about midday. The band was starting to soundcheck, the usual stuff...

Sri Lanka: Tamils and the Mainstream on peace in Sri Lanka and why it involves being inclusive about Tamil culture and people. “If you want a United Sri Lanka then you want to live with...

Tamil: Blog aggregators, education, middle east and manslaughter

Tamil blogs have risen in a big way since they started showing up some years back. Similar to other blog spheres, collaborative blogs were started, blog aggregators came into existence,...

Sri Lanka: Military and the LTTE

How far is the Sri Lankan military sold out to the LTTE. Moju on “Defence hierarchy in the country was in for one of its biggest shocks last week when...

Sri Lanka: Tantrums in Oslo

Tiny Little Fractures on the LTTE – Sri Lankan Government talks in Oslo – “It looks like the Tigers are doing it again, walking out of Monitor Safety talks (not...

Sri Lanka: Tsunami Refugee Camp

Shimmi has a compelling photograph of girls in a Tsunami refugee camp.

Sri Lanka: History and hatered

Determing future, and what forgetting means in a war and conflict situation at The Blind Critic. “Well.. it's upto us to forget this war.. to move on.. To not even...

Sri Lanka: Net Neutrality and Peacebuilding

ICT for Peacebuilding reflects on net neutrality and what it means for peacebuilding processes.

South Asia: The Immigrant Dad in the US

Sepia Mutiny announces an online collaborative project, where readers are encouraged to send photographs of their dads who were South Asian immigrants after the 1965 Immigration Act to the US....

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