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- SriLankan Airlines is the national airline of Sri Lanka.
- SriLankan Airlines is the official national carrier, partly owned and operated by Emirates Airline.
- SriLankan Airlines is the official national carrier, partly owned and operated by Emirates.
- Badulla is a nice city in Sri Lanka.
- Badulla is a hilly region, but it's in the dry zone, and depends a great deal on the northeast monsoon for water.
- Badulla is a multi-cultural and multi-ethnic District which is home for Sinhalese Muslims and Tamils.
- Badulla is a plantation district.
- Batticaloa is a city in eastern Sri Lanka.
- Batticaloa is a Tamil majority area.
- Batticaloa is a killing field as in all other regions but in Batticaloa it is a case of guerilla warfare against guerillas.
- Batticaloa is a town of harthals.
- Batticaloa is one of three warmest cities in Sri Lanka; the others are Trincomalee and Vavuniya.
- The cultural triangle is a fantastic experience.
- The cultural triangle is a must - Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa, Dambulla and Sigirya.
- The cultural triangle is a traditional feature of the most token island tour.
- Hambantota is a district in the Southern Province of Sri Lanka.
- Hambantota is a derivation from the word Sampantota.
- Hambantota is a district of Sri Lanka located in the far South.
- Hambantota is a natural harbour with a depth to take in any large ship a few metres from the coastline.
- Hambantota is a rural town in southern coastal area of Sri Lanka.
- HIKKADUWA is a very popular beach destination just a few hours (98 Km's) from Colombo on the Southwestern coast of Sri Lanka.
- Hikkaduwa is a backpackers--- haven jammed with signboards advertising Loretta---s Bar and Grill, Casalanka Beach Resort and other haunts.
- Hikkaduwa is a fun and busy town, there are numerous and varied restaurants, bars, clubs and cafés.
- Hikkaduwa is a place on the south coast of Sri Lanka.
- Hikkaduwa is a popular beach destination on the south west coast of Sri Lanka, about 20km to the north west of Galle.
- Kegalle is a city in Sri Lanka .
- Kegalle is a district of Sri Lanka .
- Kegalle is a town situated about 60km s to the east of Colombo on the Colombo --- Kandy main highway.
- Kegalle is the Capital City of the Kegalle District and is one of the two districts belonging to Sabaragamuwa province.
- Kurunegala is a central city in Sri Lanka and is directly connected to a large number of major cities and towns of the island.
- Kurunegala is a city in the Wayamba Province of Sri Lanka .
- Kurunegala is a district of Sri Lanka.
- Kurunegala is a major paddy-producing.
- Kurunegala is a picturque city with a lake in the middle of the city and the huge Aetha Gala ( Elephant Rock) in the background.
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- The result was a time of hardship, compounded by foreign invasion, making this a grey region of Sri Lanka 's history.
- Sri Lanka - www.Kayak.com Find deals on top destinations.
- The following is a list of cities in Sri Lanka.
- This is the list of cities in Sri Lanka where you can book hotels with Hotelsarea.com.
- The following is a list of towns in Sri Lanka.
- Please search for List of towns in Sri Lanka in Wikipedia to check for alternative titles or spellings.
- Start the Talk: List of towns in Sri Lanka page; Search for " List of towns in Sri Lanka " in existing pages.
- Mannar is a district of Sri Lanka.
- Mannar is a prdominantly Catholic Christian area.
- Mannar is part of the 'Catholic Belt' extending from Negombo to Jaffna.
- Nugegoda is a highly residential area which is very much sought after Nugegoda can be reached by train on the Kelani Valley Railway.
- Nugegoda is a bustling suburb---one of the busiest and most important, but the amenities available to its residents are woefully inadequate.
- Nugegoda is a collection of densely packed shops and affluent residential areas.
- Nugegoda is a consumer hotspot especially during the festive seasons.
- Nugegoda is a middle class suburb.
- The party was formed following a split in the Lanka Sama Samaja Party.
- The Party was banned and its leaders imprisoned or forced to go underground.
- The party was formed after a former commander of the Tigers broke away from the main group in 2004.
- The party was founded ahead of the 2002 municipal elections.
- The party was later disbanded.
- Point Pedro is a northern Sri Lankan town on the Bay of Bengal.
- Point Pedro is a few kilometres east of Palaly.
- Point Pedro is a few km (miles) east of Palaly.
- Point Pedro is a few km east of Palaly.
- Point Pedro is a relatively smaller city of Northern Sri Lanka, where Srilankan tamils live in majority.
- The airline was closed down by the Government of J.R. Jayawardene in 1978.
- The airline was formerly known as Air Lanka, and replaced Air Ceylon as the national carrier in 1978.
- The airline was formerly known as Airlanka and Air Ceylon .
- Air Ceylon was Ceylon 's (later Sri Lanka's) national carrier that began as Ceylon Airways in 1947, and was fully state-owned.
- Air Ceylon was closed down in 1978 by the government of President Jayawardene.
- A memorandum in this regard was submitted by Justice and Law Reforms Minister, Amarasiri Dodangoda.
- Wikipedia: Amarasiri Dodangoda This article is orphaned as few or no other articles link to it.
- Americans are advised to avoid military installations and should comply with all instructions from security forces and police when traveling in Sri Lanka.
- Americans are advised to avoid these areas and plan their travel accordingly.
- Americans are advised to be on alert if visiting government facilities and public venues.
- Americans are advised to be on alert when visiting government facilities and public venues.
- Americans are advised to cooperate fully with Sri Lankan security forces as they implement these increased security measures.
- American citizens are therefore urged to avoid the area of demonstrations and to exercise caution if within the vicinity of any demonstrations.
- American citizens are warned against travel to northern and eastern areas of Sri Lanka.
- Anura Bandaranaike is a Sri Lankan politician and Speaker of the 11th Parliament.
- Anura Bandaranaike is a leading member of the UPFA Government.
- Anura Bandaranaike is a member of a political dynasty going back 50 years and was already a cabinet minister.
- Anura Bandaranaike was at his best then in Parliament, almost singlehandedly taking on the powerful UNP at the time.
- His name is sometimes rendered A.R. Arudpragasam, sometimes Arul Pragasam; his nom de guerre is Arular.
- Mathangi "Maya" Arulpragasam, the daughter of a Tamil activist-turned militant, Arul Pragasam, was born in Hounslow, London.
- Ayubowan is a customary greeting of the people of Sri Lanka to show respect, devotion, welcome, loyalty in accordance with the occasion.
- Ayubowan is a traditional Sri Lankan way of greeting someone.
- Bracegirdle was born in Chelsea, and was educated in Kennington.
- Bracegirdle was on hand with other LSSPers to meet Mrs Chattopadhyaya on her arrival in Colombo.
- Bracegirdle was seen striding towards the platform.
- The British were embarrassed by the boycott of the General Election in the North.
- The British were not deterred by this action of the Sinhalese.
- The system of Caste in Sri Lanka is a division of society into strata, differing somewhat from the classic Varnas of India.
- Many Sinhalese castes (see Caste in Sri Lanka) derive from South Indian immigrants who have happily assumed Sinhala Buddhist identity.
- Expulsion-The first expulsion was in Chavakacheri, of 1,500 people.
- Chavakacheri (en tamoul : ------------------------------) est la deuxi--me ville de la p--ninsule de Jaffna, au Sri Lanka.
- The city is a demographic microcosm of the country, with Tamils, Sinhalese and Muslims living together in roughly equal numbers.
- The city is a large commercial and industrial centre, and is known for its cultural heritage and temple architecture.
- The city is a popular fashion center in South East Asia today.
- The city is like most other coastal townships that were under Portuguese and Dutch rule.
- The city is the main administration center for the Tamil rebel movement, the Tamil Tigers.
- Clarke is the man feeding the pigeons to the left of the shot.
- Clarke was a distinguished vice-president of the H. G. Wells Society, being strongly influenced by H. G. Wells as a science-fiction writer.
- Clarke was born in England on December 16, 1917 to a farming family, and served as a radar specialist in the Royal Air Force during World War Two.
- Clarke was born in Minehead, Somerset, England. As a boy he enjoyed stargazing and reading old American science fiction pulp magazines.
- Clarke was knighted in 1998. He emigrated to Sri Lanka in 1956 largely to pursue his interest in scuba diving, and lived there until his death.
- The Cocos Islands Mutiny was crushed, although they killed one non-mutinous soldier and wounded one officer.
- Dharmapala was hounded out of the country by a press campaign by the Lake House group of the press baron D.R. Wijewardena.
- Dharmapala was hounded out of the country by a press campaign by the group of the press baron .
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- Don Stephen Senanayake was born on 20th October 1884, at Botale, a village in the Hapitigame Korale of the Negombo district in the Western Province.
- Don Stephen Senanayake was the Sinhalese leader and in 1919 formed the United National Party (UNP) to demand independence.
- Dondra Head is a cape on the extreme southern tip of Sri Lanka , in the Indian Ocean , near the small town of Dondra .
- Dondra Head was once the capital of the country.
- The economy is based on the export of tea, textiles, and rubber.
- The economy was crippled, the democratic values of the country threatened, and the national memory scarred.
- The economy was very shaky.
- Edmund Samarakkody was a leading Trotskyist in Sri Lanka and at one time a member of that country's parliament.
- Edmund Samarakkody was a leading Trotskyist in Sri Lanka and at one time a member of that countrys parliament.
- Elephant Pass is a strategic causeway that guards the entrance to the Jaffna peninsula.
- Elephant Pass is a symptom of the disease and unless something is done immediately, the nation is doomed.
- Elephant Pass was fought to be an impregnable military complex.
- Elephant Pass was in many ways a military debacle for Colombo.
- EPRLF is a paramilitary that operates with the Sri Lankan armed forces.
- The EPRLF is a former militant group with an independent position on the Tamil question.
- The EPRLF is a former rebel group turned political party.
- The EPRLF is a political group that has representatives in the Sri Lankan parliament and the Razeek group functioned as its de facto military wing.
- The European Radicals in Sri Lanka were Europeans (or Americans) who went against the colonial system prevailing in Ceylon, as Sri Lanka was then known.
- Pages in category " Foreign relations of Sri Lanka " There are 7 pages in this section of this category.
- Wikipedia: Foreign relations of Sri Lanka This article is missing citations or needs footnotes.
- A 'hartal' is a mobilisation of mass protest, a total shutdown of workplaces, offices, shops, courts of law etc.
- A hartal is a form of general strike , which attempts to bring all commercial activity to a standsstill for a limited period.
- Hartal is a destructive action against national interest and economy.
- Hartal is a term in many Indian languages for strike action, used often during the Indian Independence Movement.
- Hartal is an Indian term for strike action, used often during the Indian independence movement.
- While Hedi Stadlen never rejoined the Communist Party, she never renounced her socialist convictions.
- At Cambridge he met his wife, Hedi Stadlen who became one of the leading European Radicals in Sri Lanka.
- JAFFNA: AN LTTE TERRORIST, WHO TRIED to cause injuries to troops at POINT PEDRO area Saturday (29) afternoon 2.30 p.m.
- Jaffna is a Tamil-majority area controlled by the government, but is cut off from the rest of the island by Tamil Tiger territory.
- Jaffna is a city in the Northern Province of Sri Lanka.
- Jaffna is a correct point of reference to study the Vellalar history of last 1000 years.
- Jaffna is a ghost town.
- Jaffna Youth Congress leader K. Balasingham calls for a federation with India to safeguard democratic principles.
- The Jaffna Youth Congress rejected the Donoughmore Commission proposals and demanded -Poorana Swaraj,- or complete self-rule.
- The first of these organisations was the Jaffna Students--- Congress, founded in 1924 and renamed the Jaffna Youth Congress (JYC) in 1926.
- The Japanese were in secret contact with two junior Sri Lankan politicians, JR Jayawardene and Dudley Senanayake.
- The Japanese were prepared to arm 16,000.
- Katunayake was not a former Prime Minister.
* Lakshman Jayakody
* Mahajana Eksath Peramuna
* Nuwara Eliya
* Parliament of Sri Lanka
* Prime Minister
* Puttalam District
* Ranjan Wijeratne
* Sabaragamuwa Province
* Sinhala Maha Sabha
* Siritunga Jayasuriya
* Southern Province
* Sri Lankan Army
* Sri Lankan Australian
* Sri Maha Bodhi
* Talduwe Somarama
* Tamil National Alliance
* Tamil United Liberation Front
* Youth Leagues
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