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Let’s make 2014 an auspicious New Year!
2014 New Year dawns when Sri Lanka, as a country, has not achieved any victory. At present the country is economically broken down; politically bankrupt and culturally forgone. This is the pathetic situation Mahinda Rajapaksa family rule has dragged the country towards and 2014 would never be an auspicious new year. As such, conventional wishes of ‘Happy New Year’ are not meaningful.Read more...
The Leader of the JVP Comrade Somawansa Amarasinghe who visited Qatar to participate in ‘November Heroes’ commemoration ceremonies organized by the JVP Committee in Qatar has visited many areas in that country and met Sri Lankans in Qatar and talked about their issues.He has participated in cultural and musical shows presented by Sri Lankan school children to mark Qatar national day. The organizers of the events and participants have warmly welcomed Comrade Somawansa Amarasinghe. Read more...
Commemoration ceremonies of ‘November Heroes’ held organized by Comrades is foreign committees of the JVP simultaneous with the 24th Commemoration of ‘November Heroes’ have been held in several countries.The commemoration organized by the JVP Committee in France was held recently. The Leader of the JVP Comrade Somawansa Amarasinghe addressed the participants using ‘Skype. Read more...
Today (25th) is Christmas, commemorated with devotion and splendour by Christians all over the world. The JVP wishes Sri Lankan Christian devotees as well as Christians all over the world a Merry Christmas.Christmas is known as the day the message of peace was brought to this Earth. Jesus Christ taught to love others and to ‘Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.’ The most valuable example of Jesus Christ’s life was that He stood up for the downtrodden, for justice and fairness. He took the side of justice and fairness against atrocious rulers; struggled and sacrificed His life for the truth. This is why he is so sacred. Read more...
A communiqué issued by the JVP states Minister Bandula Gunawardene’s idea to scrap the scholarship examination is similar to a thought that two foolish acts would make one intelligent move. The statement issued on the move to scrap the scholarship examination is fully reproduced here:A tense situation, especially among parents of small children, cropped up immediately after Minister Bandula Gunawardene held a media conference on the 19th to announce that Grade 5 scholarship examination would be abolished from 2016. The basis for the Minister to make this statement is criticism aimed by parents, intellectuals and professionals in education sector regarding the Grade 5 scholarship examination. However, the criticism aimed by these parties were regarding the extreme competitiveness of the examination, the manner the examination is held and the failure of the government to ensure security of question papers. Their criticism was not regarding students getting opportunities to enter schools with more facilities or regarding scholarships for students of parents with low income. Read more...
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