Sri Lankan Air Check inSrilankan Air Check-in
Army Para Games-2018' ends with Pomp & Pageantry. Mm.
On Friday (21) night, the final event of the "Army Para Games-2018", the annually held show of 800 talented war heroes of the army, took place in the Diyagama Sport Stadium with lots of entertainment and entertainment. Participants in the "Practice Shag Strike IX-2018" performed two more sham surgeries as the exercise approaches its peak.
Last September 12, the Medal Parade of the fourth contingency of the Sri Lanka Aviation Unit in the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA) took place in the contingency rooms in Bria, Central African Republic. On Sunday (16 September) a group of meritorious pupils in Jaffna were presented with bikes during a special celebration.
On Sunday (16), a program organised by the Divisions and coinciding with the NWFP was launched on the Dadalla shore, organised by the 58 Division Headquarters of the Security Force Headquarters - West. Armed units attack hostile hiding places during "Exercise - Cormor Attack IX-2018" The yearly Triforce Common Field Training Exercise (FTX), "Exercise - Cormor Attack IX-2018", which began last weekend, is now in full progress.
The Sri Lankan naval forces, which are part of the Southern Marine Command, were able to save four Sri Lankan locals after their tractor had overturned in the Southern Oceans, 26 sea miles from the Kirinda port. On Tuesday (11 September 2018), a cradle operation was conducted by the United Nations Mission in Southern Sudan (UNMISS) with the support of the Sri Lanka Aviation Unit.
Ethnic crisis in Sri Lanka: On the way to a solution - R. B. Herath
It is the outcome of years of research on Sri Lanka's ethnical crises. She vividly describes the crises, analyzes the various influencing forces and declares a way to end them by means of democracy. of Sri Lanka's ethnical crisis: The Towards a Resolution is a singular work among those who wrote about the Sri Lankan ethnical crises for a number of different causes.
This is the only work on the Sri Lankan Peninsula that deals comprehensively with the country's ethnical crises. One in two books on this topic concentrates only on specific issues of the current economic downturn. Simultaneously, the previously penned ones do not help to comprehend the present subtleties of the crises.
An in-depth look at all the so far published works on this topic shows that the Sri Lankan ethnical crisis: The Towards a Resolution is the first volume to appeal to readers both academically and non-academically; it helps the readership to fully comprehend the historical contexts of the Sri Lankan ethnical crises; to identify and coordinate the underlying issues affecting the crises;
Uncover the disguising of élite and dynamic post-colonial domination as democratic and the un-Buddhist impact of some Buddhist friars on the ethnical crises; recall the British, the last of Sri Lanka's collective powers, of their responsibilities for the current situation of the Sinhala farming community and the "stateless" Indian Tamils; outline a way in which the resolution can be implemented in the current electoral environment.
For the first of its kind, a non-scientific and non journalist writer has published a novel on the topic that reflects citizens' views on the ethical crises associated with a democratically elected settlement. He proposes a new bottom-up way of dealing with the current economic downturn, where individuals are at the heart of the decision-making instead of the top-down way that has so far been unsuccessful.
Sri Lankan ethnical crisis: The Towards a Resolution is a 85,000 word work. This is an easy-to-understand, succinct and up-to-date guide that provides responses to the urgent issues facing those working for a durable resolution to the Sri Lankan ethnical scourge. This is a work of interest to all who are interested in the phenomena of nationhood policy and in issues of democracy in order to guarantee the civic, personal and moral aspirations of the population.