20 January 2019
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Journalist’s house ransacked to find Krrish file on a tip from inside


leader attack 1 exclusiveIt has been confirmed that a group of armed persons had broken and entered the residence of Associate Editor of The Sunday Leader, Mandana Ismail Abeywickrema and her husband, Business Editor of the newspaper, Romesh Abeywickrema last Saturday morning to look for a file containing details of the controversial Krrish deal.


Namal’s lackey Ranjith Paige manipulating Fonterra

ranjith page namal eHead of Kotmale Milk Products and Cargills Group, Ranjit Page, who is also a key player in the local milk mafia, is operating the war against imported milk powder. Read more...

Namal takes charge of the local milk mafia


namal ex 08 15 2013The President’s son Namal Rajapaksa and a group of racketeers are behind the massive media campaign being carried out against milk powders containing whey protein and DCD, it is reliably learnt.


Rajapaksas fought to get the tender for the Colombo South Port project

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The Government Servants Against Corruption organization has released its third report in the series of revelations on state corruption. Read more...

Chief Justice to shows Ceylon Tobacco how to win an appeal

mohan peris gotabaya exclusThe Ceylon Tobacco Company is in the process of filing a petition before the Supreme Court against the Health Ministry decision to publish photographs of the harm caused to the human anatomy by smoking. Read more...

Ports Chairman misleads the Cabinet


habour exclusiveMinister in-charge of Port, President Mahinda Rajapaksa has on May 21st this year submitted to the Cabinet a Cabinet memorandum prepared by the Sri Lanka Ports Authority (SLPA) Chairman, Priyath Bandu Wickrema seeking approval for a project to develop the east terminal under the Colombo Port expansion programme.


The First Lady’s irregular deal of securing Rs. 180 million from a ship racket - State secrets 2

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The organization, Government Servants Against Corruption, has issued the second expose on the “state secrets” series. The latest report is on how First Lady Shiranthi Wickremasinghe Rajapaksa has irregularly taken Rs. 180 million in public funds in the early months of 2006 after President Mahinda Rajapaksa assumed office in 2005.


State secret no. 1 - President has taken a 50% commission from the Norochcholai project

Norochcolai exclusive eThe Government Servants Against Corruption organization says with great responsibility that President Mahinda Rajapaksa had taken a 50% commission from the Chinese company that was assigned the project to construct the Norochcholai coal power plant.


Who is “Big Tiger” who produced “Flying Fish”?

manohan nana 1The ITN has reported that the traitor called Sanjeewa Pushpakumara has produced the Flying Fish movie, with the intention of bringing disrepute to the Sri Lankan military and he has been funded in the endeavour by a member of the Tamil Diaspora called “Manohan”.


Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman’s life under threat

nalaka godahewaChairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, Dr. Nalaka Godahewa is under threat, reliable sources reveal. His life is under threat after revealing details of a transaction between two senior government members and a private company.


President disturbed by the Norway ambassador’s marriage

novegian ambassodor exclusivePresident Mahinda Rajapaksa is displeased that the Norwegian government has sent a married lesbian lady as Norway’s ambassador to Sri Lanka, sources from Temple Trees said.


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