Poor and uneducated young men risk their lives to clear landmines leftover from the war. Proper funding could make the job safer.
The pied á terre for the first Governor of Ceylon was once one of Sri Lanka’s most celebrated buildings.
After India’s Supreme Court ruled that homosexuality was not a crime, The Catamaran asked academics what that ruling could mean for Sri Lanka.
Jayalath Bandara lost a Tamil school friend during the Black July riots. Today, he hopes to make new ones by spreading a message of peace.
This past July marked 500 days of protests of Tamil families whose relatives went missing since 2009.