Stories about Sri Lanka from November, 2010
Groundviews discusses about the Wikileaks papers on Sri Lanka and its possible impact.
“Weddings are awesome, as long as you are not the groom!” comments Sri Lankan Blogger Rakhitha Karunarathne, who is getting married recently and is troubled by the massive arrangements to...
WikiLeaks, an international non-profit media organization has created waves around the world by publishing 251,287 confidential documents, which detail correspondence between the U.S. State Department and U.S. embassies around the...
Ratmale at Serendipity publishes a general opinion on the Sri Lankan budget, especially in the context of the rural areas.
Rebel of Kandy lists some names of places in Jaffna which originally had Sinhala names during the Dutch colonial period but has been Tamilinized later.
Photoblogger Minaali Haputantri captures the scenes of the recent floods in Colombo.
The cost of Internet bandwidth has to be reduced across Asia, which remains more than 300% expensive than the western hemisphere, argues Abu Saeed Khan at LIRNE Asia.
International Network Of Sri Lankan Diaspora Blog reports that a London based Tamil journalist has been arrested last Wednesday at the Colombo Airport, when he landed in Sri Lanka to...
“LTTE and JVP have been two faces of the same coin of fascism. Both have miserably failed their terrorist campaigns though operated under different political slogans,” comments Lanka Rising.
Cerno informs that the recent heavy rains triggered floods in Colombo which reminded of the floods in the early 1990s.
Indi.ca writes about the puppetry museum in Dehiwela, a newly created city immediately south of Colombo.
Himal Kotelawala reacts on the news that exclusive parks will be made in Sri Lanka for young lovers.