Lack of clarity builds doubts

While the Government’s recent attempts to bring in anti-false news laws may have genuine intentions, the introduction of such legislation raises critical questions over free speech, abuse of power, an Read More »

Reducing perinatal deaths

In the road to achieving high healthcare standards and providing universal healthcare coverage to its citizens, Sri Lanka has placed the reduction of perinatal deaths within the foremost of tasks of.. Read More »

MS outfoxes RW?

President Maithripala Sirisena it seems has managed to outfox United National Party (UNP) Leader Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe at his own game. Read More »

A race wide open

The race to become the next president of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka is now well underway. The two main parties and others are overtly and covertly carrying out their own surveys. Read More »

The heat is on

Exactly a week ago in these very columns we predicted that a big fat can of worms was about to be opened. Well that prospect has now come to pass and its stench has reached all corners of the country, Read More »

Muslims lead the way

Who would have thought that the people of Madatugama, a sleepy village on the A9 between Dambulla and Anuradhapura, would make history in our continuing, agonising struggle for ethnic co-existence? Read More »
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