By Dr. Vickramabahu Karunaratne Mangala Samaraweera, Minister of Finance and Media, supporting the report submitted by the Steering Committee on constitutional reform, called for a Constitution that ‘will help our nation put its past behind for Read more… Read More


‘வடக்கு – கிழக்கு இணைக்­கப்­பட்ட கூட்­டாட்­சிக் (சமஷ்டி) கோட்­பாட்­டுக்கு இணங்க அதி­யுச்ச அள­வில் Read more… Read More


Mr. Sampanthan, who, in 1956, joined the Ilankai Tamil Arasu Katchi (also known as Federal Party), was first elected to Parliament from Trincomalee in 1977 on the ticket of the TULF when the general elections were held under the 1972 Constitution. After Read more… Read More


Thurairetnasingam is a former Divisional Director of Education.[1] Thurairetnasingam was one of the Tamil National Alliance’s (TNA) candidates in Trincomalee District at the 2001 parliamentary election but failed to get elected after coming Read more… Read More


Saravanapavan is the managing director of the Uthayan and Sudar Oli Tamil newspapers.[3] Saravanapavan was one of the Tamil National Alliance’s candidates in Jaffna District at the 2010 parliamentary election. He was elected and entered Parliament.[4 Read more… Read More


Senathirajah was born on 27 October 1942.[1][2] He was educated Veemanramam School and Nadeswara College.[2] After school he joined the University of Ceylon, Peradeniya as an external student and graduated with a bachelor’s degree.[2] Senathirajah Read more… Read More


Shritharan alter moved to Vaddakkachchi, Kilinochchi District. He taught at several schools in Kilinochchi District and was principal of Kilinochchi Maha Vidyalayam. Shritharan was one the Tamil National Alliance’s candidates for Jaffna District Read more… Read More


Siddarthan is the son of V. Dharmalingam, Member of Parliament for Uduvil.[4][5][6] Siddarthan became involved in Tamil nationalist politics in the 1960s but by the 1970s he had become involved in with militant groups.[7] He was one of the founding Read more… Read More


Sumanthiran was born on 9 February 1964 at the Church of South India’s McLeod Hospital in Inuvil in northern Ceylon.[1][2] His family are from the Vadamarachchi region of the Jaffna peninsula – his father is from Karaveddy and his mother Read more… Read More


Adaikalanathan was born 10 June 1962.[1] He hails from Mannar in northern Sri Lanka. At the age of 15 he joined the Tamil Eelam Liberation Organization (TELO), a Tamil militant group fighting for an independent state of Tamil Eelam in northern and Read more… Read More