Day: November 22, 2018

We think what happened on October 26 is a conspiracy, says Anura Kumara Dissanayake

We think what happened on October 26 is a conspiracy, says Anura Kumara Dissanayake

Features
Updates from : the Hindu  : The party moved two No Confidence Motions against him last week that were passed with a majority in the House. Sri Lanka’s Leftist Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP) or the People’s Liberation Front has been a crucial dissenting voice in the wake of the political crisis persisting for a month now. Its six MPs in Parliament, including party leader Anura Kumara Dissanayake, have been both emphatic and strategic in their resistance to Mahinda Rajapaksa, who was questionably installed as Prime Minister on October 26 by President Maithripala Sirisena. The party moved two No Confidence Motions against him last week that were passed with a majority in the House. All the same, the JVP’s fight is only for democracy and not intended to back ousted Prime Minister
Cyclone Gaja | Birds flee Nagapattinam’s devastated Pt. Calimere

Cyclone Gaja | Birds flee Nagapattinam’s devastated Pt. Calimere

Environment
Updates from : the Hindu  : After Cyclone Gaja, the wildlife sanctuary looks like a deserted war zone Point Calimere, the renowned wildlife and bird sanctuary on the seashore in Nagapattinam district, resembles a forest in Vietnam that has been laid waste by Agent Orange. In the devastation caused by Cyclone Gaja, thousands of birds that once made the sanctuary their home have died, trees have been uprooted or their branches broken or defoliated. Carcasses of birds are found in some places. Another bird sanctuary in Muthupet in Tiruvarur district has also borne the brunt of the cyclone. “There is widespread damage and 90% of the birds have deserted the sanctuaries. They would have migrated locally and hopefully return. The trees have lost their crown and it will take another si
‘Illegal Migrants Need to be Deported’: Army Chief Bipin Rawat

‘Illegal Migrants Need to be Deported’: Army Chief Bipin Rawat

National
Updates from : First Post : Extending support to the much-discussed National Register of Citizens of India (NRC) report, Army Chief Bipin Rawat in an interview to news channel Times Now on Wednesday, 21 November, said that political parties opposing NRC are undermining national security as “illegal immigrants need to be deported.” The remarks made by the army chief comes ahead of the final list of NRC to be submitted in December as announced by the Home Ministry in July. “If they are illegal, they need to be deported. If they are legal, they need to be amalgamated. But then that amalgamation must happen in a manner that benefits everybody. Let it not go the political way.” Bipin Rawat, Army Chief Without disclosing names of political parties,
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