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Yahapalanaya caught in a mess of garbage  
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2017-04-23

Much has been spoken about in the aftermath of the Avurudu tragedy that took place at Meethotamulla in which over 30 valuable human lives were officially lost, while few still remain 'missing'. Like in any other incident or recent calamities, members of the tri-forces and relief workers rushed to the scene fulfilling their duties (they still are) while politicians from all corners continue to trade charges against each other.

What impact will Aluth Avurudu nekatha have on Government?  
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2017-04-16

Tipped to go for a Cabinet reshuffle in the coming weeks and a May Day rally that would once again gauge the true powers of the incumbent President, versus the former, President Sirisena last Tuesday (11) made some dramatic changes in the Kurunegala District party hierarchical order.

Who prevents the arrest of Rajapaksas?  
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2017-04-09

A group of Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) and United National Party Members of Parliament (MPs) who came to meet President Maithripala Sirisena at his official chamber in Parliament had to wait in anticipation for almost half an hour as the latter was engaged in a discussion with a group of Joint Opposition members led by Dinesh Gunawardena.

If not Maithri or Ranil, who wants foreign judges?  
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2017-04-02

President Maithipala Sirisena clearly states that he, as the Head of the State, does not want foreign judges or would not allow the setting up of a Hybrid Court in the accountability process where Sri Lanka is under international scrutiny for alleged war crimes committed by government's very own military forces in the final stages of 4th Eelam War.

Why Chinese Defence Minister met Maithri hours before his Russian visit?   
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2017-03-26

If there were any allegations about President Maithripala Sirisena and his Yahapalana Government aligning towards the West, in total contrast to the Rajapaksa Administration, he took it upon himself to clear the air during his Russian visit.

PM argues for greater naval role in Indian Ocean   
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2017-03-19

With Somali pirates seizing a Comoros-flagged oil tanker which had eight Sri Lankan crew members
on board, the first hijacking since 2012 has once again revived the necessity in ensuring maritime security in the Indian Ocean, and other regions.

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