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Friday, 19 October 2018
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Justice delayed is justice denied
By Victor Karunairajan

The late M D Jeshuratnam when he took the bench at the Mallakam District Court in the 1970s, he was appalled by the heavy backlog of civil cases that went back years.
The devolution debate
Sri Lanka is a plural society in which there are diverse communities of people. They see themselves as Sinhalese, Tamils, Muslims, Burghers, Malays, Buddhists, Christians, and Hindus, low country and Kandyan, and of various class and caste groups.
The 13th Amendment and beyond
by Neville Ladduwahetty

Note from the Editors of Sri Lanka Watch: Sri Lanka by the very nature of its racial and religious composition must be a land of peaceful co-existence of all communities.
Charity funds are sacred - Father Jeyanesan must submit his accounts
By Paul Manuelpillai in Colombo

Author’s Introduction:
Father Sellathurai Jeyanesan gets a third of what VeAhavta in the US raises as donations to charity and his US colleague Eric Parkinson, an attorney, gets two-thirds for operating this charity founded by him in 2001. It is claimed this charity is one of the few NGOs functioning in Sri Lanka to provide aid to those affected by the war claiming that more than 300,000 people are being held in detention camps against their will.
JHU likely to harm the quest of peace in Sri Lanka
From the Editors of Sri Lanka Watch
Jathika Hela Urumaya (JHU) threatens to pull out over the 13th amendment claiming that is a threat to the unitary status of Sri Lanka.
Navi Pillay is a law unto herself; UN should sack her
From the Editors of Sri Lanka Watch
The continued anti-Sri Lankan vehement arrogance of the United Nations High Commissioner Madame Navi Pillay must be checked and brought under control by the United Nations.
Shared Waters that will bind North, East and the South
By Prof. C.M Maddumabandara
Note by the Editors of Sri Lanka Watch: The search for peace, unity and harmony is vigorously on in Sri Lanka and this feature by the learned Professor C.M Maddumabandara is an example of it. Sri Lanka has a wonderful example of how our people in the ancient of times were masters of water technology and built tanks in all the rich agricultural regions.
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