Inter-religious harmony protects peace - Prime Minister
Inter-religious harmony in Sri Lanka is the most
important thing when it comes to peace. Since ancient times, all
religions in Sri Lanka existed in harmony. Today the main challenge
faced by all religions in Sri Lanka is cults, sects and
fundamentalist splinter groups mushrooming in each and every
religion, said Prime Minister D. M. Jayaratne during an interview
with the Daily News.
The Lotus Heart
When Sheela married, her mother gave her a
passbook. She meant it to be a joint passbook. “I've opened it for
you on one condition.” Sheela was silent. She was a little nervous -
she will be two the following day. Before the day of marriage, her
mother summoned her. But it was not her alone. She and her would be
How to move out of the austerity trap?
Over the past year, labour markets have been
affected by the slowdown in global growth. This is all the more
problematic because labour markets had not fully recovered from the
global crisis that erupted in 2008: there is still a deficit of
around 50 million jobs in comparison to the pre-crisis situation
On the Sidelines
The Police Race
The British Police is no stranger to abuse
during arrests, detention in the cells and in day-to-day conduct.
According to the rules, the Police can conduct a stop-and-search
only if they have 'reasonable suspicion' on facts and intelligence,
that the suspect is committing or about to commit a crime.