8th  August, 2004  Volume 11, Issue 4

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A dilemma and a coup

by Dilrukshi Handunnetti 

One could unfailingly give President Chandrika Kumaratunga credit for one thing. Even if she fails on all other fronts, she can still keep the nation guessing with her penchant for springing political surprises. This she.....

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Interview -  Gajen Ponnambalam    --  By Wilson Gnanadass

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Tactical withdrawal: With its political wing cadres being targeted by supporters of renegade commander Karuna, the....

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LTTE hands over child recruits

By Amantha Perera and Mandana Ismail Abeywickrema 

The LTTE last week handed over a batch of under-aged recruits in Batticaloa to UNICEF amidst criticism that it was still continuing to recruit.....

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Batticaloa's une asy calm

Story and Pictures By Amantha Perera In Batticaloa 

Krishna Vadivel's lasting memories of the war are the dead bodies, all over. She is a sixth grader living in Kokkadicholai in the LTTE controlled areas in Batticaloa. The town lies just 45 minutes from Batticaloa town, but Krishna's life would be extraordinarily different if she were to live across the  lagoon in the town.

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