LLRC should ensure a free and secure environment
where people can give evidence
The Centre for Human Rights (CHR) – Sri Lanka stressed that Lessons Learnt and
Reconciliation Commission (LLRC) should ensure a free and secure environment where
people can give evidence without fearing future persecution in its up-coming sessions in
Trincomalee and Mannar.
Maithripala's doubts over Mahinda's dictatorship comes to an end
Minister Maithripala Sirisena says that the statement made by President Mahinda Rajapaksa about his retirement at his second swearing in ceremony where he said that after retiring he would return to Medamulana, indicated he was not a dictator.
Defence Ministry launches new programme to teach the JVP a lesson
Intelligence units inquire into a Hisbullah terrorist group
The CID has commenced an investigation into the President of the Lebanese Democratic Youth Front, who was arrested recently, and the intelligence units have received information about his involvement with the Hisbullah terrorist group operating in Lebanon. These investigations are being conducted to determine the reasons for his arrival in Sri Lanka, sources from the Defence Ministry said.
Name and shame the whores that act in pornographic films online. Their seedy grainy stuck-between-teeth pictures plastered across newspapers will be the deterrent for other whores who have the same idea.
Designate parks for young people to canoodle in (but ensure someone watches over the canoodlers for we don’t want them to canoodle with naked noodles, for that would be a travesty of our cultural norms and mores).
Most performances of Dhananjaya Karunarathne’s brilliant script Last Bus Eke Kathawa (The Story of the Last Bus) are memorable not just because of the acting, but also because the audience becomes, without at first knowing it, part of the theatre. Chewing gum or boiled sweets are distributed to the audience before a performance begins. Most take one. Some take a lot. Everyone takes a bite. It is only at the dénouement of the play that the deeply troubling story behind the sweets is revealed.