Eyewitness accounts in DVD :
More LTTE atrocities come to light
Although one is severely wounded or completely
paralysed, one has the right to live until one breathes one’s last.
Unaware of the fate which would befall them within the next few
minutes, several dozens of wounded Tigers, including forcibly
conscripted children, brought from a makeshift medical facility in a
Rosa bus, were helplessly gasping for life.
Accountability must start with LTTE for killing their own cadres
We would like to ask one simple question. Is the
world telling Sri Lanka to allow a Tamil Eelam where LTTE does
nothing but KILL? Has the world forgotten years of LTTE terror
killings? 146 pilgrims were slaughtered in the holy city of
Anuradhapura on May 14th, 1985.
Sunday Observer Extra
Plant nursery owners commend relocation :
Facelift for horticulturalists
Some plant lovers are in the habit of purchasing
costly plants, even paying as much as Rs. 45,000. A long-standing
plant seller at Battaramulla, Gamage Perera of Koslanda said he
recently sold a rare flower plant for Rs. 68,000 to a businessman in
Kollupitiya, who said that he had never seen a plant of this quality
before and was pleased with the purchase,