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· September, 2007

Stories about Sri Lanka from September, 2007

Sri Lanka: Failed States and Colonialism

Tiny Little Fractures on the case for colonialism resting on claims of a failed state.

Sri Lanka: Vehicle Art

Cerno has pictures of vehicle art in Sri Lanka.

Sri Lanka: Technology and Burma

LIRNEasia on technology giving the world a rare view of Myanmar's rage.

Sri Lanka: UN International Day of Peace

Sarvodaya on a Peace Walk in Trincomallee to mark UN International Day of Peace.

Sri Lanka: Information Security

Voice Of South on creating awareness in the Government about information security.

Sri Lanka: A Lesbian Advertisement?

Some of Cerno‘s friends feel that a particular advertisement has lesbian undertones. People in the comments section don't seem to quite agree.

Sri Lanka: Justice and Law picks up the specific case of Malaka Silva, and the denial of justice. “Sri Lankans already have little faith in a justice system where connections can so easily get...

Sri Lanka: Monks and Politics

Transcurrents on the intrusion of Buddhist monks in politics in Sri Lanka.

Sri Lanka: Service and Excellence

Cerno on the excellent service in Sri Lanka in the unexpected and “unglamorous” places.

Sri Lanka: Drinking water

Towards A Utopia on the results of the drinking water tests in the village of Sooriyapokuna.

Sri Lanka: In Hampi

Very Random Thoughts on visiting Hampi in India.

Sri Lanka: Divorce Rates

vikalpa on rising divorce rates in Sri Lanka.

Sri Lanka: Khaki Clad Cops

Powercut Circus on the cops in Sri Lanka and on abuse of power.

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