Stories about Sri Lanka from October, 2007
Moving Images, Moving People reflects on Media reports in emergency situations after attending the Global Symposium +5 in Geneva.
On October 22, an air force base at Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka was attacked by a Tamil Tiger suicide squad. [News: BBC]. According to BBC, Tamil Tigers claimed to have destroyed...
Sampath's Mindspace on the exploitation of outsourcing partners in countries like India and Sri Lanka.
Groundviews on the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights's visit to Sri Lanka.
Cerno recommends a book on Sri Lankan military history during the Portuguese era.
London, Lanka and Drums crawls through the Sri Lankan blogosphere to find us some wonderful posts.
Cynically Yours on virginity, comments on a previous post and the notion of technical virginity.
Hissyfits on trees, or the growing lack of them in Sri Lanka, and Words Of Wisdom on recycling on Blog Action Day.
Last Saturday Muslims all over the world celebrated Eid ul-Fitr that marks the end of Ramadan. Abul Kalam Azad a Chennai blogger shares his experiences. His children eagerly distributing festival...
While the controversy over Adam's Bridge continues, in Sri Lanka, the mythological character of Ravana is undergoing a process of Sinhalization. More at Transcurrents.
Voice of South on the example of a program in Sri Lanka in the context of using ICT to empower women against violence.
A wonderful roundup of posts at the Sri Lankan blogosphere at London, Lanka and Drums.
DefenceNet, which discusses military activities in Sri Lanka – on a bombing raid on an LTTE safehouse.
Equal Ground on Ahmedinejad's comments on homosexuality in Iran, and the parallels in Sri Lanka.