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Black July is a month remembered for the pogrom unleashed by the Sri Lankan government of the day against Eelam Tamils in July 1983. Though regimes have changed several times since the British left in 1948, Sri Lanka state continues to be engaged in a systematic campaign of genocide against   [ மேலும் படிக்க ]

In March 2006, the international intergovernmental body, the UN Human Rights Council – UNHRC/HRC was established by General Assembly – GA resolution 60/251 to replace the Commission on Human Rights. The 1st session of the HRC took place in June 2006. Its members review and consider thematic and country-specific human   [ மேலும் படிக்க ]

The United Nations Human Rights Council has declared that people have a right to freedom of expression on the Internet. This is the first time that the council has extended the definition of human rights into the virtual world and according to international media the resolution had nearly universal support,   [ மேலும் படிக்க ]

Tamil  detainee Ganesan Nimalaruban who died on Wednesday (4) was allegedly brutally assaulted by Sinhala prison officials, denied medical attention, kept in the prison hospital, despite the instructions by a prison doctor to transfer him immediately to the Ragama teaching hospital, and now the magistrate has refused to release the   [ மேலும் படிக்க ]

In the final days of Sri Lanka’s civil war, as the army closed in for the kill against Tamil Tiger rebels, tens of thousands of civilians cowered in the crossfire. “The children were crying because they were so hungry, so when we heard congee in coconut soup was being given   [ மேலும் படிக்க ]

Tamils around the globe Thursday observed Black Tigers Day with religious events and public meetings, sources around the world said. In 5th July, 1987 Captain Miller, the first Black Tiger drove an explosive laden truck on Sri Lanka Army (SLA) troops garrisoned in the Tamil school. Forty soldiers were killed   [ மேலும் படிக்க ]

More than fifteen thousand have been reported missing in Sri Lanka by the end of last year, reveal figures released by the International Committe of Red Cross (ICRC). The annual report unveiled in Geneva by ICRC President Jakob Kellenberger says,”thousands remained unaccounted for, leaving relatives without definitive information about their   [ மேலும் படிக்க ]

Democracy is violated in Sri Lanka with political protection from the government, attacks are carried out on on peaceful rallies and protests and shooting takes place against peaceful participants states World Federation of Democratic Youth (WFDY) and it salutes people and workers of Sri Lanka who are fighting peacefully for   [ மேலும் படிக்க ]

Batticaloa sources said that an increasing number of armed groups operating with Sri Lankan government backing in Batticaloa. The sources said that there are around 150 armed persons in these groups. Sources said the groups included several Muslim factions consisting of around 90 members. It is said that some of   [ மேலும் படிக்க ]

Without a national identity card, many Tamils in Sri Lanka cannot avail of basic services and it makes them suspect in the eyes of the police, writes Ponniah Manikavasagam of the BBC’s Tamil service. In a remote and dusty part of Kilinochchi district in the Tamil-dominated northern Sri Lanka, people   [ மேலும் படிக்க ]