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JVP Parliamentarian Bimal Ratnayake has observed that the recent landmark judgement of the Supreme Court against the dissolution of Parliament by President Sirisena has displayed the independence of the judiciary in the island and has thereby proved beyond doubt that the Sri Lankan judiciary could hear the war crimes and that there is no necessity for establishing an International Court to look into alleged war crimes committed by the Armed Forces during the war time in Sri Lanka.

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Art of Living programs for human wellbeing in Trincomalee

Art of Living Foundation in Trincomalee has organized human wellbeing programs during the April holidays for students and members of the public from April 16...
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Mavai Senathyrasa in Batticaloa, meets ITAK supporters

 Illankai Tamil Arasu Katchi Leader Mavai Senathyrasa visited Batticaloa and held talks with party supporters ahead of ITAK 16th Conference. ITAK General Secretary K.Thurairajasingham, ITAK...
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48th Commemoration of April Heroes held in Anurathapura, Kandy, Matara

JVP recently held the 48th Commemoration of April Heroes at Anuradhapura, Kandy and Matara simultaneously. The theme of the event was ‘Let’s commemorate our fallen...
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7 achiever students honoured at Atchuvely Sarawathy MV

Seven students of Atchuvely Saraswathy Maha Vidyalayam who obtained merit passes at the GCE O/L examination were houred at a simple event held in the...
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