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  • Reply to: Hartal in North   4 days 19 hours ago
    These Tamils were brought down by the Imperialists to remove night garbage and to work in Tea estates almost like slaves. Ceylon / Sri Lanka gave these people an education ,and a decent living conditions which led even these immigrants who were treated equally and became , a Chief Justice, Police Chief, and manyy top civil service jobs. Tamils have forgotten the past and tried to wage war with the beneficiery and almost all Tamils supported the Tamil terrorist group and killed many innocent, maimed, and destroyed property. Sinhalese is the majority over 76% were predominantly Buddhists and were kind and accepted these Tamils. However, these Tamils formed a rebel group and attacked the Sri Lankan military convoys and the Sinhala /Tamil riots started and these Tamils were financed by India and trained in Military including by many European countries and the CIA to destabilize the country. They are of South Indian origin. Ingratitude caused these rifts and now they want everything and also to divide the country for criminal reasons .The Government has the unfettered right to detail, imprison these rebels and those associated with it. There was a war. The wars cause many casualties . This war was asked by these Tamils. SRi Lanka government has been weak and soft. It is time to treat these rebellions with harsh actions and keep them in their place. Sri Lanka is a sovereign country and cannot be dicated by these Westerners with the ulterior motive to separate the country and must act with stringent laws and acts and never ever alllow these Westerners to dictate to us.
  • Reply to: Asgiriya Chief Prelate frowns on those withdrawing from Constitutional Council   4 days 20 hours ago
    Kiriwalla goes to these Mahanayakas and tells fibs like there's no tomorrrow ! When he met Malwatte sector he said JO has no objection to the draft constitution !!!
  • Reply to: Asgiriya Chief Prelate frowns on those withdrawing from Constitutional Council   5 days 8 hours ago
    Why CHANGE THE CONSTITUTION NOW??? HOLD A PUBLIC REFERUNDUM & GET PEOPLES' APPROVAL!!!
  • Reply to: Rs.41.1 m unlawful acquisition of assets : Rohitha’s case re-fixed for trial   5 days 8 hours ago
    How did he acquire so much property, Before coming into politics he was the driver of Mr.Faleel of Beruwela. Good income out of politics.
  • Reply to: Police use water cannons and tear gas on anti-SAITM protesters   5 days 9 hours ago
    We were not aware that this much of Buddhist monks are doing medicine in the government universities. This is a very good trend for the betterment of future patients of the country. But where are the medical students ? We did not see any student who look like future doctors. Are they at home???
  • Reply to: GMOA ruining future of medical students: Kiriella   5 days 10 hours ago
    If money goes to other countries , make more buildings for university and take more students to learn. UGca is mafia. Where. Can intake 600 student , they take 160 . This is just example. Any bull can be a minister, but it won't be a solution to the education. Are you a minister for the country or minister for the SAITAM ? That's my question
  • Reply to: ‘GMOA will defeat Health Minister’s alleged intimidation’   5 days 14 hours ago
    I think the GMOA is mistaken. The public of this country aware the current health minister for having eye lances free and stents for the heart patients. Many other good things done for the betterment of general health like taxing the tobacco companies for the maximum. If he was unpopular for any reason it was due to the unfair ugly bias strikes of the medical sector conducted by the GMOA. I feel this is mostly due to the bankruptcy of the GMOA these things happen. If there was a stronger health minister the fate of the GMOA would be different. GMOA could not abolish saitm despite multiple trade union actions and lot of false propaganda and the number of trade unions extending support to their anti saitm protest is daily declining. I feel the GMOA is fully bankrupt now. They do not use any diplomatic way of solutions other than so called token strikes. This is the gauge to measure their bankruptcy. I do not comment on the public comments but anyone in touch with media is fully aware of them. You are already defeated in the unfair SAITM battle and please do not put the blame on your minister. Please try to win the public opinion and get together with all your membership and try to do the best service for the innocent people of this poor country. This is what the ancestors of your previously reputed trade union did in the past. It is so easy to built up your reputation once again and win the hearts of the poor patients of this country if you build up a good insight first and behave accordingly.
  • Reply to: Sri Lanka recovers cash stolen from Taiwan bank   5 days 17 hours ago
    Any Hacked money has to be routed through a Clients Account. Otherwise it cannot come out. Banks has been generally weak in tracing. In this case BOC has been sleeping without asking why 110M has come without underlying transaction. Again it slept when 30M was withdrawn. Why are they asking Know your customer form. Just to increase the weight of the Building. Centralised computer systems are bought and software built without having an inbuilt internal control are the reason for these sleepy attitude.
  • Reply to: Ranjan noticed to appear before SC following Contempt action   5 days 19 hours ago
    A country of no values trying to show its existence!
  • Reply to: ‘North, Eastern Provinces should remain amalgamated’   5 days 19 hours ago
    Already all the provinces are amalgamated and are under the control of Central Government, only partial power needed to administer is provided, All provinces should remain as province no need to amalgamate only North and East we have more than two provinces.
  • Reply to: Railway trade unions temporarily call off strike   5 days 23 hours ago
    LOOKING AT OVERLOADED TRAINS ON DAILY BASE , SURELY THE RAILY SHOULD BE MAKING A LOT OF MONEY !!! HOW STRICT ARE THEY CONTROLLING THE PUBLIC TRAVELLING WITH TICKETS ??? DOES THE MINISTER OF TRANSPORT AND RAILWAY HAS A MONTHLY INCOME STATEMENT FROM THE RAILWAY WHERE IT IS PULISHED AND THE CITIZENS KNOW HOW MUCH IT EARNS SO THAT THERE COULD NOT BE ANY STIKES BASED ON WORKERS SALARY ISSUES ??? OTHERWISE EVERY TWO WEEKS THERE ARE STRIKES AND THE PUBLIC HAS NO SAYAS THEY HAVE NOT BEEN INFORMED. WHERE IS THE PUBLIC RIGHTS FOR INFORMATION ?????
  • Reply to: Heavy fine for errant public officials   5 days 23 hours ago
    YES , WE ARE CLOSELY FOLLOWING THE LOCAL MEMBERS FROM ALL PARTIES WHO WE NOTICE THE SAYING " RAGS TO RICHES" WE WOULD LIKE TO KNOW HOW THEY BECOME RICH SO FAST WITHIN THE FIRST TWO YEARS !!!!!
  • Reply to: Thailand donate 119 gilded Samadhi Buddha statues to Sri Lanka   6 days 3 hours ago
    Very good for this work I'm heartly Salute for this good news
  • Reply to: Lahiru Weerasekara and Ven. Tampitiye Sugathananda Thera remanded until October 26   6 days 4 hours ago
    Indictment must be served immediately and must prosecute immediately before if not what is the use of remanding because they will go on bail and will repeat the same again and again.
  • Reply to: Restore the status of Translators!   6 days 10 hours ago
    I agree and disagree. Agree first because I know that this country which has suffered so much by a long-drawn-out bloody war should no doubt give due recognition to these professionals who play an invaluable role in bringing about national reconciliation. Disagree because even the public servants are responsible partly for their sufferings for the reason that they, rather than remaining idle only complaining, should get together and raise their voice strongly against the unjust authorities who create unnecessary problems in their trades. I also join those who thank the Daily News for publishing this article.