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January 15, 2021

Violating Health, Security Protocols -473 State, Private Premises In WP To Face Legal Action

Health authorities inspect 2,823 private and state institutions within 2 days. Monitoring operations will continue

Violating Health, Security Protocols -473 State, Private Premises In WP To Face Legal Action

1 min

The 13th Executive Council Meeting of Asian Buddhist Conference for Peace

The 13th Executive Council Meeting of the Asian Buddhist Conference for Peace was held with the participation of President Gotabaya Rajapaksa at the Sri Sambodhi Viharaya in Colombo 7 yesterday, a statement from the President’s Media Division said.

The 13th Executive Council Meeting of Asian Buddhist Conference for Peace

1 min

Free Speech Allows Dishonest Politicians To Be Named And Shamed

In the absence of free speech, the people suffering due to the COVID-19 pandemic will never know how it all began, though they have the right to know it. Given China’s suppression of free speech and powerful Western nations’ secret plans to counter China’s military ambitions, we do not know whether the virus was originated in a lab or from a wet market in Wuhan in China or brought to China by a hostile nation. It is alleged that the absence of free information flow and China’s crackdown on whistleblowers contributed to the uncontrollable spread of the disease and delayed an early global response.

Free Speech Allows Dishonest Politicians To Be Named And Shamed

4 mins

S.Korea Court Upholds Jail For Ex-President Park

14 JAN 2021 - South Korea’s top court upheld on Thursday a 20-year jail sentence for former President Park Geunhye on graft charges that led to her downfall, bringing an end to the legal process and so for the first time raising the possibility of a pardon.

S.Korea Court Upholds Jail For Ex-President Park

1 min

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LanguageEnglish

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