Amparai’s coastal areas disappearing – mining, sea erosion blamed
The coastal areas of Amparai district are disappearing due to sea erosion.
Tamils continue to be treated as a subject race – ICET
The International Council of Eelam Tamils (ICET) has lambasted the Sri Lankan government for continuing to treat the Tamils as a subject race.
White van squad abducts Tamil man in Jaffna
A Tamil man was abducted in an unmarked white van on Tuesday evening, whilst waiting at Jaffna City Bus Station.
End excessive tourism – Batticaloa fishermen
Fishermen in Batticaloa held a vigil on Tuesday demanding an end to state-backed excessive tourism in the district.
Young man stabbed to death in Batticaloa
A young man has been stabbed to death in Katpanai Neela Madu, Batticaloa.
Heroes’ Week event held at Vanni Vilankulam Heroes’ Cemetery
Heroes’ Week commemoration events were held today at Vanni Vilankulam Heroes’ Cemetery in Mullaithivu.
Heroes’ Week begins
Tamil Eelam National Heroes’ Week began today, as Tamils across the world braced to commemorate their fallen heroes on Monday 27 November.
Development a mirage in Killinochi’s rural areas
The residents of Akkarayankulam, Killinochi, staged a protest today, demanding the immediate renovation of Akkarayankulam-Skandapuram road.
Flag controversy NPC minister to face legal action
Sri Lanka has begun taking steps to initiate legal action against Northern Education Minister Dr A.Sarveswaran for refusing to hoist the lion flag.
Families of Tamil Eelam Heroes honoured
An event was held in Mullaithivu to honour families of Tamil Eelam Heroes.
Sinhala Buddhist extremists attack Muslims in Galle
Dozens of homes, businesses and vehicles belonging to Muslims in Gintota, Galle, have been attacked by gangs of Sinhala Buddhist extremists.
Sword attacks aimed at deterring public attendance on Heroes’ Day – NPC chairman
The chairman of the NPC has suggested that the increase in sword attacks in Jaffna have the motive of deterring public attendance on Heroes’ Day.
Tamil provincial council minister refuses to hoist Sri Lanka’s national flag
The education minister of the Tamil administered Northern Provincial Council has refused to hoist Sri Lanka’s national flag.
Post-war development a farce – Northern Tamil minister
The women’s affairs minister of the Tamil adminstered Northern provincial council has accused Sri Lanka’s so-called post-war development as a farce.