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   ëjr yd c,c iïm;a wud;HdxYh fmf¾od ^03 od& mia‌jrefõ kdúl yuqodjg l< oekqï §ulg wkqj ˜‍id.r˜‍ kue;s fk!ldj fuu msßi iy hd;%dj fírd .ekSug fufyhqï wdrïN l< nj kdúl yuqod m%ldYl ludkav¾ fldai, j¾Kl=,iQßh mejiSh'

  fuu mqoa.,hka jjqkshdj" hdmkh" ls<sfkdÉÑh" fld<U yd uvl,mqj hk m%foaYj, mÈxÑlrefjda fj;s' l=vd <uqka 13 fokl=" ldka;djka 13 fokl= yd msßñ mqoa.,hka 44 fokl= fírd .;a msßi w;r isák nj o fyf;u lSfõh'

fuu msßi iy hd;%dj ksremøs;j Bfha iji .d,a, jrdh fj; /f.k tk ,o w;r" widOH ;;a;ajfha miqjQ lsysm fofkl= lrdmsáh frday,g we;=<;a lr we;'                                                                              ritain’s Prime Minister David Cameron is set to discuss the slow progress being made in the matter of Khuram Sheikh the British tourist who was murdered in Tangalle where one of those charged is a member of the ruling party. Cameron will be mindful of the various marginal seats – there are as much as twenty – when he makes his speech in Colombo. It is expected to be ‘hard hitting’ and one in which it is expected Cameron will ‘not to mince his words’. If anything is to placate the British, it will be positive developments on the fronts that they are most concerned for: real progress on accountability, the judiciary, and progress on developing a peaceful co-existence with the minorities.
However, the ruthlessness of the Canadian boycott of CHOGM is seen by most international political analysts as a revengeful act of a Premier far removed from the maturity desired in affairs of a diplomatic nature. It is indeed pertinent to question if Premier Harper’s decision to boycott the meeting holds any real concern for human rights outside of desperation to win in the province of Ontario, a Liberal stronghold. The voices of Tamil Tiger funds that speak volumes in political campaigns of certain Western politicians are neither a new phenomenon, nor a silent one.  Ontario itself is home to a large Tamil Diaspora community whose appeasement has become tradition over the last few decades for the political survival of a number of prominent members of the Canadian political arena.