Mannar Island is a bird paradise that survived Sri Lanka’s civil war. Now an Australian mining company wants its sand

Fishing is one of the main industries on the island.(Supplied: Renuka Senanayake) As a small child,…

Sri Lanka: Landmark UN resolution marks crucial turning point on justice and accountability

 new UN resolution on Sri Lanka is an important step forward and offers renewed hope of long-awaited justice for victims of the country’s 30-year…

The Muslims of Sri Lanka: From harmony to persecution By 5Pillars

A Sri Lankan Muslim girl Editorial credit: Melih Cevdet Teksen / Shutterstock.com Sri Lanka’s Muslim community…

UNHRC: GovERNMENt burnt bridges with India & Muslim world, and now pleads for help By Ranga Jayasuriya

The government’s ethnic relations, driven by ideological compulsions of the ultra-nationalist pole bearers have done immense…

Reconsider overbroad laws targeting Muslim community and democracy at large

The country is facing difficult challenges due to internal and external pressures which is increasing the…

Ethnic Conflict in Sri Lanka: The Dilemma of Building a Unitary State* By A.R.M. Imtiyaz Razak

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Let’s have one law for Sri Lanka EDITORIAL – Dailymirror

The law of the country should be equal to everyone. That’s what the law books say.…

Sri Lanka Bharatiya Janatha Party: Is it India’s baby?

Barely three weeks after the Chief Minister of Indian State of Tripura Biplab Kumar Deb had…

Fostering Buddhist-Muslim dialogue By sharwar hafeez yoonoos

My heart always told me that even though outwardly Buddhism and Islam looked diametrically opposites, both…

Imran Khan – rare blend of politics and sportsmanship

By the time you read this, our nation’s Goose may have been cooked in Geneva, and…