A census was conducted on elephants, but no such survey has been carried out to find data about disabled Sri Lankans, argues N. Kamalawathie.
During the war Chathuranga and Gowri were soldiers on opposite sides. Today they are married and call their daughter, simply, Sri Lankan.
Thousands of women go to Saudi Arabia and parts of Asia to work as housemaids. Some of them never return. In 2017, 32 women were sent home in coffins.
After India’s Supreme Court ruled that homosexuality was not a crime, The Catamaran asked academics what that ruling could mean for Sri Lanka.
Poor and uneducated young men risk their lives to clear landmines leftover from the war. Proper funding could make the job safer.