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"Sri Lanka's Ruling Party Refuses to Make Mahinda Rajapaksa Prime Ministerial Candidate" by NDTV

DM (29 juin 2015)

Sri Lankan ruling party coalition today refused to make former President Mahinda Rajapaksa, a prime ministerial candidate, dashing his efforts to return to front line politics. via: http://www.ndtv.com/world-news/sri-lankas-ruling-party-refuses-to-make-mahinda-rajapaksa-prime-ministerial-candidate- ...

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"Sri Lanka’s Minority Outreach Holds Risks Before Vote" by Uditha Jayasinghe

DM (17 août 2015)

Sri Lanka’s government has been reaching out to the country’s influential Tamil diaspora with the aim of building minority support and boosting its international standing. But the contentious strategy holds risks for the government’s survival ahead of parliamentary elections next week. see: ...

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"Frangipani : Opening Ourselves to Dialogue" by Samantha Sirimanne Hyde

DM (15 avr. 2015)

Frangipani is a Sinhala film made in Sri Lanka in 2014 written, directed and produced by Visakesa Chandrasekaram, a Sydney-based lawyer and creative writer. While it is an important and welcome addition to the genre of queer film in South Asia, it would be doing it a disservice to label it just as a ...

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Les premiers avis de la presse sur INI AVAN et liste des salles qui projettent le film en France

DM (10 juil. 2013)

Le film d’Asoka Handagama, INI AVAN – CELUI QUI REVIENT, sort en salle ce mercredi 10 juillet, à PARIS (Reflet Médicis – mercredi 10 juillet : séance à 20h30 avec débat, Les 7 Parnassiens), BORDEAUX (Utopia Saint Simeon), LYON (CNP Bellecour), MARSEILLE (Variétés) et TOURS ...

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"A Star for Esther: On Sumathy’s “Ingirnithu”, Some Other Interventions and the Relevance of Education" by Vihanga Perera (In Love With a Whale)

DM (18 janv. 2014)

"In a recent submission to “Raavaya”, Kumudu Kusum Kumara had attempted a reading of Sumathy’s Ingirinthu as a text of subaltern identity. As implied in that essay — and as it can be conjured from the text itself — the story of Esther Valli is the “silence” of a community that has ...

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"Sri Lankan Tamil repatriates to finally get caste certificates" by Mohit M. Rao

DM (15 juil. 2014)

After decades of protests, hundreds of Sri Lankan Tamil repatriates, a majority of whom live in colonies in Puttur and Sullia taluks, will be given caste certificates via: http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Mangalore/sri-lankan-tamil-repatriates-to-finally-get-caste-certificates/article6208874.ece

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"Sri Lanka’s Commonwealth Summit and the international media" by JS Tissainayagam

DM (31 oct. 2013)

In the run up to the Commonwealth Summit in Sri Lanka there is burgeoning media attention on the human rights abuses and suspected war crimes the host nation has tried to conceal. Many hope the attention will keep Sri Lanka accountable and also facilitate progress on human rights and good governance ...

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"The ‘Post-colonial Grip’ and ‘Class Domination’: Sinhalese Upper and Middle Classes" by Dr. Siri Gamage

DM (21 févr. 2014)

Thus class and political domination go hand in hand. To get out of this situation of domination and be free, the masses in all classes need to first understand the nature of this ‘post-colonial grip’ and its bases carefully crafted by the political class over a period of time, how it ...

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"New President in Sri Lanka Puts China's Plans in Check" by The New York Times News Service

DM (14 janv. 2015)

On a Sunday four months ago, a vessel pulled unannounced into Sri Lanka's Colombo harbor: the Chinese Navy submarine Great Wall No. 329, which is designed to carry torpedoes, a cruise missile and a 360-pound warhead. via: http://www.ndtv.com/article/world/new-president-in-sri-lanka-puts-china-s- ...

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