Stories about Sri Lanka from February, 2008
groundviews on the fate of refugees who leave Sri Lanka and flee to India.
A Voice in Colombo on the market for NGOs working on human rights issues in Sri Lanka.
Tamilnet.tv on fake profiles of LTTE members on Facebook, and the LTTE's threats to those violate the diktat.
Chapati Mystery on the idea of “decline scenario” in interpreting history – implying that South Asia was already in decline before colonization.
Deane's Dimension on reforms in the higher education system in Sri Lanka.
The situation in Kosovo could have some lessons for Sri Lanka. More at Transcurrents.com.
Development Industry on manging urban growth in South Asia – given that estimates suggest where over a third of the people live in urban areas.
At groundviews, an author writes with much joy – having seen a live cricket match between India and Sri Lanka.
Deane's Dimension from Sri Lanka on why rooting for Obama is all fine, but why one really needs to look at his foreign and economic policy.
Out Against Abuse – dedicated to discussing issues of domestic violence affecting the South Asian community urges readers to share their stories.
Beyond Borders explores the idea of architecture in the context of boundaries and culture.
groundviews talks of the right to ‘shoot’ – in the context of a leading Sri Lankan photojournalist being detained by the police for taking photographs near a well-known Colombo school.
Tiny Little Fractures isn't too pleased about a students’ association in Canada using the motifs of the LTTE's flag from Sri Lanka.
London, Lanka and Drums can't help but compare corruption and politicians in Sri Lanka and the U.K.
groundviews on how learning “the other”‘s language can bridge many gaps in conflict struck Sri Lanka.
London, Lanka and Drums takes a closer look at the Sri Lankan blogosphere, and observes that a lot of the discussion appears to focus on the political situation in the...
A post on TamilNet on the role of Western Nations in the conflict between the Government of Sri Lanka and the LTTE.