March 1st, 2021    English News

by Raj Gonsalkorale The US Secretary of State seems to give an indication as to what the real agenda behind his and his country’s support for this resolution. He speaks of “lack of accountability for past atrocities”. This statement implies…

   February 25th, 2021    English News

Addressing the Human Rights Council session via video technology Michelle Bachelet ,Introducing her report on Sri Lanka to the UN Human Rights Council, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet said “nearly 12 years after the end…

   February 21st, 2021    Sinhala News

කුරුණෑගල, දොඩම්ගස්ලන්දේ පදිංචි 19 හැවිරිදි සිසුවෙකු නීති විරෝධී ලෙස අත්අඩංගුවට ගෙන හෙරෝයින් මත්ද්‍රව්‍ය ලග තබා ගත්තේ යැයි චෝදනා කොට මාස 4ක් තිස්සේ රිමාන්ඩ් භාරයට පත්කර තැබීම නිසා පසුගිය දෙසැම්බර් මාසයේ පැවති අපොස උසස්පෙල විභාගයට ඉදිරිපත් වීම‌ට නොහැකි වීම පිළිබද පුවතක්…

   February 16th, 2021    Sinhala News

වසරකට ආසන්න කාලයක් තිස්සේ ඉතා සීග්‍රයෙන් මුලු ලොව පුරා පැතිරුණු කොවිඩ් 19 වසංගත තත්ත්වය යම් දුරකට පාලනය වන බවක් පසුගිය සතියේ සංඛ්‍යා ලේඛන අනුව බලද්දී පෙනෙන්නට තිබේ. ඒ රටවල් කිහිපයක් විසින් කොවිඩ් මර්ධන එන්නත් කිහිපයක් නිපදවා තිබීමත් ඒවා මහජනතාවට ලබාදීමට…

   February 21st, 2021    Activities

රයිට් ටු ලයිෆ් මානව හිමිකම් සංවිධානය විසින් සිය ආයතනික සමාජ වගකීම් ප‍්‍රවේශය යටතේ කෝවිඞ් 19 වෛරසයේ ව්‍යාප්තිය සමග දිස්ත්‍රික් 16 ක් පුරා පිහිටුවා ඇති මානව හිමිකම් ප්‍රථමාධාර මධ්‍යස්ථානයන් සමග කටයුතු කිරීමට සිදු වූයේ ඔන්ලයින් තාක්ෂණය උපයෝගී කරගනිමින් ය. මෙම නව…

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පහුගිය ආණ්ඩුවට එල්ල වෙච්ච විශාලම චෝදනාවක් තමයි මැතිවරණ කල් දැමීම, එදා චෝදනා ගොනුකළ පාර්ශවය අද බලයට පත්වෙලා ඉන්නවා. එහෙත් ඔවුනුත් පළාත් සභා ඡන්දය පවත්වන්න සූදානම් බවක් පෙනෙන්නේ නැහැ.. ලංකාවේ ප්‍රධානතම මැතිවරණ නිරීක්ෂණ සංවිධානයක් විදිහට කතා කිරීමේදී මේ වෙද්දි අපි පවත්වලා…

   May 6th, 2020    Landmark Cases

Personal details of the victim The victim name is Jerad Mervin Perera, 42years old from Wattala, gampaha district of the island. He was married person and worked in the Colombo dockyard. Incident On the 14th June of 2002 Jerad Mervin…

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March 1st, 2021

UNHRC Resolution on Sri Lanka; What is the real agenda?

by Raj Gonsalkorale The US Secretary of State seems to give an indication as to what the real agenda behind his and his country’s support for this resolution. He speaks of “lack of accountability for past atrocities”. This statement implies…

February 25th, 2021

”nearly 12 years after the end of the armed conflict, domestic initiatives have repeatedly failed to ensure justice for victims and promote reconciliation”- Michelle Bachelet

Addressing the Human Rights Council session via video technology Michelle Bachelet ,Introducing her report on Sri Lanka to the UN Human Rights Council, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet said “nearly 12 years after the end…

February 23rd, 2021

Election warm in BASL – Philip Dissanayake

Elections to the Bar Association of Sri Lanka will be held on the 24th.  Two President’s Counsels candidates have entered to the election for the post of Chairman. They are President’s Counsel Saliya Peiris and President’s Counsel Kuvera de Zoysa. …

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February 21st, 2021

Depriving the arrested student opportunity to sit for the GCE Advanced Level examination by Gokeralla Police…

A 19-year-old student from Dodamgaslande, Kurunegala has been remanded for four months on charges of illegally possessing heroin. The student, who was studying for the GCE Advanced Level at the Sastharachindra Pirivena College, Polgolla, was on his way to a…

The first woman Deputy Inspector General of Sri Lanka Police
February 21st, 2021

Bimshani Jasing Arachchi – the first woman DIG of Sri Lanka Police

Mrs. Bimshani Jasing Arachchi was promoted as Sri Lanka’s first woman Deputy Inspector General (DIG) in October 2020, creating history in Sri Lanka’s 154 years old police service.  The march of DIG Bimshani Jasing Arachchi in her career in police…

February 20th, 2021

HRC 46: Zero draft of the Sri Lanka Core Group resolution ignores High Commissioner’s recommendations NEWS

Zero draft of the resolution provided to Geneva based diplomatic missions by Sri Lanka core group titled Promoting reconciliation, accountability and human rights in Sri Lanka  has not taken any of the major the recommendations made by the Human Rights High Commissioner…

February 19th, 2021

SRI LANKA: SC Condemns Imperious Attitude In Abruptly Terminating A Broadcast

by Basil Fernando In 2008, an incident took place at a panel discussion organized by the Sri Lanka Rupavahini Corporation. Three panelists were invited by the producer of the programme , ‘Ira Anduru Pata’ to comment on the new set…

The Impact of Militarism in Myanmar and Sri Lanka – Basil Fernando
February 17th, 2021

The Impact of Militarism in Myanmar and Sri Lanka – Basil Fernando

The Burma (now Myanmar) was a British colony and the style of the British administration had been introduced also to that country. Around the same time as India and Sri Lanka, Myanmar also gained its independence. Prior to the independence,…

February 16th, 2021

COPE blames National Child Protection Authority…

A parliamentary committee has expressed strong displeasure over the work of the National Institute for the Protection of Children in Sri Lanka, where a child is abused every two hours. National Child Protection aims to formulate a National Policy on…

Sri Lanka web journalists oppose Govt plan to establish state controlled media regulation
February 16th, 2021

Sri Lanka web journalists oppose Govt plan to establish state controlled media regulation

The Sri Lanka Web Journalists Association is disappointed by the government’s attempt to restructure the Sri Lanka Press Council to include electronic, print and new media and to act as a tribunal for journalists and media institutions. We acknowledge that…

Corporal Punishment as a method of discipline is ineffective – Supreme Court of Sri Lanka
February 16th, 2021

Corporal Punishment as a method of discipline is ineffective – Supreme Court of Sri Lanka

Supreme Court of Sri Lanka ruled on 12th February 2021 that the teacher-in-charge of discipline of Puhulwella Central College of Matara district is guilty of violating the fundamental rights of a student by beating a student and causing a ruptured…

SC holds corporal punishment in schools is unlawful after teacher’s slap across the ear
February 15th, 2021

SC holds corporal punishment in schools is unlawful after teacher’s slap across the ear

SC holds corporal punishment in schools is unlawful after teacher’s slap across the ear

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