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60th Anniversary Of Independence Of Sri Lanka

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Sri Lanka observes its 60th anniversary of independence on Feb 4 in midst of a stubborn civil war and in the aftermath of the assassination of a government minister that was blamed on armed separatist rebels, the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam.

Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was expected to be the chief guest at the independence celebrations, but India has said he will not be attending because of prior commitments. The trip by Singh would have been the first diplomatic visit to Colombo by an Indian prime minister in 20 years.


January 24, 2008 - Posted by | News and politics


  1. Fuck You All, Sri Lankan Bastards!!

    Comment by John USA | January 25, 2008 | Reply

  2. Don’t forget the bitches.

    Comment by Kamal | November 5, 2008 | Reply

  3. Setthu ponga nainga… Singalam Die.. Raghapaksha die/setthupoo dah naiyee!! There is nothing u can do, if u are in live, so die. go to the hell 😡

    Comment by Vaishalini-DK | April 20, 2009 | Reply

  4. Lasantha – 0715112556

    My Sri Lankan Army,Navy,Airforce,Comando Hero’s..
    I Accept You!
    All Of You Are My Brothers.. Sisters… I Wish All Of You !
    May The Tripple Gem Bless You..

    I Would Like To Build Hotest Friendship All Of Our Hero’s.
    Call Me!
    One Nation.. One Flag..
    We With Us.


    Comment by Lasantha | May 19, 2009 | Reply

  5. Listen you enemies of the Great Nation of Sri Lanka. You may shout out insults at us as long as you want and as loud as you want because we Sri Lankans are not affected at all by the whining nor noise you cowards make. And if you try to mess with us once again like you did in the past, we shall not waste a minute to completely neutralize you as we did with the LTTE Tamil Tiger bastards. We shall hunt you down in every corner of the world and you will not be allowed to live in peace anywhere. So remember this and remember good – keep your filthy hands off our motherland Sri Lanka – which is the home for all communities – the Sinhala, Tamil speaking people, Muslims, Burghers – and anyone who wants to live in peace and unity under the one and only Lion flag of Sri Lanka!

    Comment by Dev de Silva | July 4, 2009 | Reply

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