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"Taking forward the lessons of the Tsunami" by UNOCHA

DM (6 juin 2014)

This December marks 10 years since the Indian Ocean Tsunami devastated Sri Lanka’s northern and eastern coasts. That disaster killed more than 30,000 Sri Lankans and displaced more than 860,000 people. Some of the information management tools and maps developed by OCHA in the weeks and months ...

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"Satire in Sri Lanka: Sour Puss" by The Economist

DM (12 déc. 2013)

In a dismaying reflection on the state of the freedom of expression in Sri Lanka, people regularly ask Mr Kamardeen how he has gotten away with the Puss plays for so long. He isn’t robbing a bank, he replies. He is only writing a play. He is supposed to get away with it. Via http://www.economist. ...

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"Real and Phantom Per Capita Income in Sri Lanka" (Groundviews.org)

DM (30 janv. 2013)

The Per Capita Income (PCI – average annual income per person) is derived by dividing the Gross National Product/Income (GNP/I) of a country by the total population of a country during a given period of time. It is a commonly used yardstick for practical and analytical purposes. However, it is ...

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"Mahinda Rajapaksa’s Electoral Defeat is Seen by New Delhi as a Defeat for China and Victory for India" by Upul Joseph Fernando

DM (14 janv. 2015)

"When the Chinese naval submarine ‘Great Wall 329′ arrived at the Colombo Port, Mahinda Rajapaksa may have not dreamt that even his royal astrologer, Sumanadasa Abeygunawardene’s prediction may prove wrong about his victory. Also, having declared a presidential election and when he travelled ...

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"Jaffna industrial estate promises jobs" by Meera Srinivasan

DM (17 sept. 2014)

After over two decades of remaining shut over Sri Lanka’s civil war, a once-thriving industrial zone near Jaffna is abuzz with activity yet again. via: http://www.thehindu.com/news/international/south-asia/jaffna-industrial-estate-promises-jobs/article6357567.ece

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"Infographic: Religious Violence in Post-War Sri Lanka" by CPA

DM (17 sept. 2014)

Three months since the Aluthgama attack, there is limited information in the public domain on action taken to bring perpetrators to account. That there is still is no justice for the victims of religious violence in Aluthgama and elsewhere in Sri Lanka, illustrates the sheer impunity with which ...

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Exposition "La Culture Tamoule dans tous ses états" du 24 au 31 janvier 2014, de 10h à 18h, dans le hall d’exposition de l'université Paris 8

DM (24 janv. 2014)

Les Tamouls sont originaires du sud de l’Inde et du nord-est du Sri Lanka. La première vague d’expatriés a commencé à partir à partir de 1840 du sud de l’Inde en tant que Kouli vers la Malaisie, la Birmanie, le Singapour, l’île Maurice, l’Afrique du Sud, la Martinique, la Guadeloupe ...

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"67 Years of Independence, Nation Building and the Future of Tamils in Sri Lanka" by D.B.S. Jeyaraj

DM (4 févr. 2015)

"Sri Lanka will Celebrate its Sixty-seventh Anniversary of Independence from the United Kingdom this Wednesday. The country then known as Ceylon obtained full freedom from the British on February 4th 1948.Independent Ceylon/Sri Lanka / has faced many challenges and problems in the past 67 years. We ...

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"Sri Lanka : de la lutte contre le terrorisme à la catastrophe humanitaire" par Delon Madavan (Echogéo)

DM (11 avr. 2013)

Résumé La volonté du gouvernement sri lankais d’en finir militairement avec le LTTE a abouti à une catastrophe humanitaire. L’armée et les Tigres se rendent coupables de crime de guerre et de crime contre l’humanité à l’encontre des civils tamouls, qui sont piégés dans la zone de ...

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"Tutu to the UN: Sri Lanka needs healing" by Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu

DM (5 mars 2014)

"The biggest issue Sri Lanka faces is a systemic lack of respect for the rights of its citizens, particularly – but not exclusively – its minority citizens. This is rooted in a culture of impunity that is in turn rooted in a failure to hold to account those, on both sides, who committed some of ...

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