With UNHRC meeting due this week external interference is expected to continue on Sri Lanka, unless ……..the new government is able to demonstrate that it is prepared to come out of the Sinhala chauvinistic policy mind-set of the […]
Author: Northern Breeze
Un-Constructiveness in the Northern Periphery ….Why?
The Northern Province was always handicapped with majority of its legislators at the center sitting in opposition and was never consulted on matters related to their province by the subject ministers. As the result Northern […]
Northern Sri Lanka needs a production based economy
The Northern Province, once the most prosperous regions in the country suffered enormously, when all its opportunities to develop were blasted out by the 30 years of bloody civil war that brought all its economic […]
China Bay Tank Farm to be renovated!
The Oil Tank Farm was never used in full capacity. Each tank was designed to hold 12,000 tonnes of fuel, giving a total capacity of over 1.0 million tonnes. This dwarfs the Ceylon Petroleum Corporation […]
Call is today for an ambitious effort from Sri Lankan rulers at the center and province level to create necessary framework for the grass root level people in the mainly agricultural Dry Zone North of […]
Year of Unity government in Sri Lanka
The unity government of Sri Lanka was formed following the 2015 General Election held on the 17th of August 2015, when the two main political parties decided to form a national government for the first […]
SriLankan Airlines to fly high again!
The symbol of progress SriLankan Airlines a glamour project of Sri Lanka is no longer viable to function as the government is not prepared to invest more money on this public enterprise. Because the national carrier […]
Help needed to uplift the life of Northern people in distress
The civil war in Sri Lanka ended on May 19, 2009 with hundreds of thousands of people became refugees and destitute, most of these war victims are exclusively from the minority Tamil community residing the […]
Innocent Until Proven Guilty
The maxim, innocent until proven guilty, has had a good run in the twentieth century; United Nations incorporated the principle in its Declaration of Human Rights in 1948 and is found in the current Constitution […]
Sri Lankan flying too close to the Sun….
Greek drama and mythology are intertwined. Daedalus, a remarkable Athenian craftsman, designed two pairs of wings out of wax and feathers for himself and his son, Icarus. He warned Icarus not to fly too close […]