Sangeeth

17
Oct

ஐ.நா.மனித உரிமை கழக தீர்மானமும் முன்னோக்கிய பாதையும் பிரித்தானிய தமிழர் பேரவை அரசியல் அழுத்தம் அதிகம் இல்லை. ஒவ்வொரு வகை குற்றங்கள் தொடர்பான தரவுகள் திரட்டல் மற்றும் நிரல்படுத்தப்பட்ட அறிக்கைகள் தாயகத்திலுள்ள அரசியல், சமூக மற்றும் பாதிக்கப்பட்ட மக்களின் அமைப்புகள் தொகுத்து வழங்குவது போதுமான அடிப்படையில் தொடர்ச்சியாக பொது வெளிக்கு வருவது இல்லை. குறிப்பாக உலகின் கவனத்தை ஈர்க்கக் கூடிய காணாமல் ஆக்கப்பட்டோர் தொடர்பான முழுமையான ஆதாரபூர்வமான தகவல் அறிக்கை மற்றும் நில ஆக்கிரமிப்பு போன்றன பதிவிடப்பட வேண்டியது தமிழ் மக்களின் நீதிக்காக உலகளாவியரீதியில்

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13
Oct

51st SESSION UNHRC RESOLUTION ON SRIL LANKA AND WAY FORWARD

Geo-politics Prevails the Humanity Unquestionably the whole world knows that the Mullivaikkal genocidal intended Tamil massacre in Sri Lanka is the first and the worst in this 21st century. Despite the awareness of well-substantiated documents pertaining to Tamil massacre, the international community not only assisted Sri Lankan state to execute its purpose but continue to disregard Tamil peoples’ call for

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27
Sep

BTF Statement to the 3rd informal session on Sri Lanka, 51st session UNHRC, Geneva

Dear Delegates Objective Political Climate and Human Rights We submit that political climate and human rights are inseparable twins and human rights abuses are the product of oppressive governance, a fact well recognised by the member states of the UN. Economic Crimes and Human Rights Article 04 of the resolution 60/251, adopted by the General Assembly mandates the council “to

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13
Sep

Diaspora Tamils Welcome the Report of the High Commissioner for Human Rights on Sri Lanka

Tamil diaspora organizations welcome the High Commissioner’s report on human rights in Sri Lanka ahead of the 51st session of the UN Human Rights Council (HRC) and call on member states to pass a strong resolution on Sri Lanka.  Action at the HRC should provide justice for victims of abuse and atrocity crimes existed over 70 years with impunity and

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9
Sep

End of an Era

The flame has been extinguished after seven decades of selfless service to this great nation and to the peoples of the commonwealth of nations. How a young princess of the Windsors who threw herself to the services of the nation during the dark days of the second world war, gracefully matured to fill the role of the mother of the

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31
Aug

Are They Alive?

We, the British Tamils Forum (BTF), initiated the campaign on the plight of over 18,000 Tamil people arrested by or surrendered to the Sri Lankan military in the last phase of the war, May 2009. Subsequently, the late Mannar Bishop Rev. Rayappu Joseph, based on the Sri Lankan government’s statistics, affirmed 146,679 Tamil civilians remain unaccounted for from the time

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22
Aug

It is time to act

Sri Lanka is burning yet again. History is known to repeat itself. The players may change, but the scenario does not. The recent uprising of the Sinhala youth against the ruling class brings back memories of the freedom struggle of the Tamil nation for over three decades. The grievances of the Sinhala nation pales into insignificance when one considers the

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18
Aug

Chinese “Spy Ship” Yuan Wang 5 Arrives Hambantota Port on 16 August 2022

Has Sri Lanka deceived India by allowing Chinese ‘Spy Ship’ to dock-in Hambantota port? The crookery drama that Sri Lanka staged by allowing Chinese’s “Spy Ship” Yuan Wang 5 to dock in Hambantota is sprightly deceptive and arrogant. Sri Lanka’s pretence that India failed to provide valid reasons for not allowing Yuan Wang 5 to dock in Hambantota port is

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3
Jun

41ST ANNIVERSARY REMEMBRANCE OF THE BURNING OF THE JAFFNA PUBLIC LIBRARY “Those who cannot remember the past, are condemned to repeat it. – George Santayana”

JAFFNA PUBLIC LIBRARY  The Jaffna Public Library was the pride invaluable asset of Tamil people, not only for those who lived in Jaffna peninsula, but also for academics and research-scholars from all around the world.  With a modest beginning in 1933, it grew to become a repository of significant Tamil palm leaf manuscripts, original copies of regionally important historic documents

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28
May

“TAMIL GENOCIDE INTENSIFIES IN SRI LANKA WITH CHINESE INFLUENCE” British Tamils Forum’s Exhibition and Book Release

The British Tamils Forum (BTF), as a part of its 13th anniversary Mullivaikkal genocide remembrance convened in Trafalgar Square, London on 18 May 2022, organised an exhibition exhibiting more than fifty displays showing the history of violence, which gradually developed into genocide of Tamil people over the past seven decades. After exhibited the same in Geneva during UNHRC Sessions in

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