Attorney General urged to seek facebook help to track anti-Muslim rioters
Nearly 40,000 Sri Lankans are waiting for come to Sri Lanka…
Field Marshal doubtful about presidents COVID19 relief fund
A German intelligence agency reveals how China has hidden Corona from the world.
World Health Organization (WHO) Director General Tedros said that during the rapid spread of coronavirus in China, President Xi Jinping delayed the publication of the coronavirus as a global epidemic, and that the coronavirus was transmitted from man to man. The German magazine “Der spiyagal” magazine has been published in the latest issue of its controversial story published this weekend..... Read More >>
License to stay in Italy for illegal aliens. More than a thousand Sri Lankans are among them…
Italys Home Affairs Minister Luchana Lamorgesi says that a proposal is being presented to Parliament on the issue of Italys illegal stay permits for foreigners living in Italy..... Read More >>
US Fedaral Register included the Name of President in SL for abdicated Citizenship…
The US citizenship of President Rajapaksa came under scrutiny last year. Some media reports and social media posts allege that President Rajapaksas name has not been successfully waived since he was not listed on the federal list last year..... Read More >>
Risk of loss of South Korean employment contracts…
Roshan Wickremanayake, the Korean Convener of the Korean Ceylon Coalition, said there is a risk of Sri Lankan youth losing their employment contracts in Korea in the first week of February 2020 under the Korean Language Examination held in 2018..... Read More >>
Muslims again seek permission to bury corona bodies...
All Ceylon Jamiyyathul Ulama has sent a letter to the Director General of Health Services Dr. Anil Jasinghe..... Read More >>
Sri Lanka warned about rising anti-Muslim hatred
Angered by the rise of anti-Muslim hatred following the COVID-19 outbreak, a group of powerful Islamic countries have urged Sri Lanka to ensure the safety of Muslims in the country..... Read More >>
Presidents secretary “misusing powers to intimidate public sector employees”
Sri Lankas top government official has been accused of misusing his powers to intimidate state employees..... Read More >>
Six recommendations by WHO on easing lockdown
The World Health Organisation has announced guidelines to be considered before relaxing restrictions in place to contain the spread of the Covid 19 pandemic.... Read More >>
Sri Lanka asks public servants to hand back next months pay check
Heavily burdened with debt, Sri Lanka president’s office has requested public sector staff to hand back their next months pay..... Read More >>
The lives of people in the North who have been tortured by the governments military rule.
Gotabhaya Rajapakse, who served as defense secretary during his brother Mahinda Rajapakses regime, has been accused of disappearances, abductions and war crimes and now launched an attack on journalists since he became president. Ten years after the end of the communal war, the military is still occupying the North and East. .... Read More >>
China’s “Bat Woman” Shi Zhengli had escaped from China ..
Chinas infamous "bat woman" coronavirus scientist has denied reports circulating on social media that she attempted to defect from the Chinese regime..... Read More >>
TNA stated Prime Minister in writing what needs to be done!
The ex-Tamil leadership of the Sri Lankan parliament, which has strongly warned that the country is facing a serious crisis, has met the Prime Minister and asked him what he could do to get his help. The Prime Minister has said that the relevant proposals would be considered in the future..... Read More >>
Zooka tells to international, about the flaws in Gotabhayas rule
Yasmin Sookas International Project for Truth and Justice (ITJP) had presented new report related to the Gotabhaya Rajapakshe’s new government posts. She has been it described as “wonderful collection of former war criminals accused of war crimes and corruption.”.... Read More >>
Sri Lanka “yet to receive World Bank funds for Covid 19 assistance”
Millions of dollars pledged by the World Bank a month ago to aid Sri Lanka in the fight against the Covid 19 pandemic has not reached the country according to the government..... Read More >>
Rise of a Dictator – by Shifana Niyas
After the Easter Sunday bombing in 2019 which claimed close to 300 lives, a Phoenix rose from its ashes. The stage was set by an electorate choosing politicians who were promoting racial supremacy, xenophobia and war. It soon became a crime to be a woman, Muslim, LGBTQ or any form of minority in a fascist majoritarian government. The concept of too much freedom was introduced while behind the screen surveillance was tightened on groups that may challenge the government and its policies..... Read More >>
A fundamental rights petition to the Supreme Court demanding the nullification of the General Election Gazette.
Attorney-at-Law Charitha Gunaratne has filed a fundamental rights petition in the Supreme Court demanding that the Election Commission's gazette notification which is to be postponed to June 20, be violated by the Constitution..... Read More >>
Saudi Arabia abolishes capital punishment for juvenile offenders…
Saudi Arabia has sentenced capital punishment to juvenile delinquents..... Read More >>
“Samagi Jana Balawegaya” “JVP” avoided discussing issues of people – Attorney Premanath
Attorney-at-Law Premantath C. Dolewatte of the “Truth Explorers” Organization said that the “Samagi Jana Balawegaya” and the “JVP” have refused to go to Temple Trees and discuss the issues of the people on political grounds..... Read More >>
Dharmaretnam Sivaram: “Appa died doing what he loved most”
One and a half decades have gone by without justice for defence analyst, bilingual journalist and pioneer of Free Media Movement (FMM) killed in the vicinity of the capital. This article published in JDSLanka is the first time his three children have written in public about their loving father. .... Read More >>
Police chief warned of “chilling effect” on people’s freedom of expression
Police in Sri Lanka are being heavily questioned on the legal validity of arrests carried out against alleged publication of ‘misinformation’ and criticism of officials during the Covid 19 pandemic..... Read More >>
Reflecting on the refugee crisis in Sri Lanka Refugees plead to expedite their cases and resettle them in third countries
Following the Easter Sunday massacre more than 1000 refugees and asylum seekers were evicted from their rented houses in Negombo and they had to seek refuge in two mosques and the police station in Negombo. With barely minimal possessions and minimum facilities,the once persecuted group of people live in much uncertainty and fear. .... Read More >>
Office of Missing Persons Provides ‘Audacity Of Hope’ to Sri Lanka
Let me begin on a very personal note. The first major emotional upheaval I underwent as a result of losing a very loved one, was when I lost my maternal grandfather in December 1968. I was 14 years old at that time. I was inordinately fond of him and he of me, his eldest grandchild..... Read More >>
Kapila Chandrasena led re-fleeting of Sri Lankan Airlines: Findings of the the Board of Inquiry (2015) report.
The Board of Inquiry was appointed on 16th February 2015 . Its members were J.C.Weliamina, Chair Person (President’s Counsel and social activist), U.H. Palihakkara (Chartered Accountant, former Chairman of Finance Commission), BAW Aberywardana (f Accountant, an expert in procurement and public service discipline inquiries) and M Bandara (Lawyer with Corporate law exposure)..... Read More >>
Random Sinhala Buddhist heroes can’t rectify “System”
“Majority of the People are also ‘rogues’ bro. When majority of the People are rogues, that majority does not want to catch rogues. Just see the loads of People that come for the meetings of these rogues. These loads of People bro, why do they hire vehicles, spend on petrol, carry biriyani and come?.... Read More >>