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· February, 2011

Stories about Sri Lanka from February, 2011

Sri Lanka: The Process Of Making An Insurance Claim

Rajaratarala describes the long process of making an insurance claim in Sri Lanka, resulting from an accident.

South Asia: Explaining Cricket And Cricket World Cup

Vivek at Sepia Mutiny explains the rules of the game of cricket and what the cricket world cup 2011 means for South Asia.

Sri Lanka: The Future of the Tamil Struggle

Nirmanusan Balasundaram at Groundviews writes about the present state of the Tamil diaspora and how they will shape up the future of the Tamil struggle.

Convert Your Driving License To A Sri Lankan License

Need a driving license in Sri Lanka while you are visiting? Simon Shareef explains how to convert your foreign driving license to a Sri Lankan driving license.

Sri Lanka: Floods Causing Havoc In Badulla

P.B. Gowthamam reports about the devastating effects of floods on many parts of Badulla in Sri Lanka. The blogger also post pictures of the devastations.

Sri Lanka: Colombo Fashion Week 2011

Dee at Ranting in Colombo went to the day one event of the Colombo Fashion Week 2011 and shares some interesting pictures in her blog.

Sri Lanka: State Media to Censor News From Egypt

The News Master is reporting that “the news heads of state run television stations: SLRC (Sri Lanka Rupavahini) & ITN (Independent Television Network) have received strict orders from the government...

South Asia: Impact Of The Egypt Protests

The news of the recent protests in Egypt is being discussed in the South Asian blogosphere in different perspectives. Many bloggers are watching the developments closely and are updating their...

Sri Lanka: Boycotting Galle Literary Festival

Court Jester thinks that Reporters sans frontières (RSF) boycott of the Galle Literary Festival was wrong and damaging to free speech.

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