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Suffragette – Movie Review

Suffragette – Movie Review

Suffragette – Movie Review My first memory of hearing the term ‘suffragette’ was when as a young child, I watched Mary Poppins and listened to the apple-cheeked Mrs. Banks as she cheerily

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Sri Lankan Criminal Law and the Media

Sri Lankan Criminal Law and the Media Criminal law in Sri Lanka is governed by the Penal Code and it was first enacted in 1833 under British Rule when Sri Lanka was

Allegations of War Crimes Are Credible, According to Sri Lankan Judge

Allegations of War Crimes Are Credible, According to Sri Lankan Judge Retired judge Maxwell Paranagama, led a a Sri Lankan panel which presented a report to the parliament concluding that allegations that

Rights – Unknown

Rights – Unknown Prejudice which articulates itself in discrimination and oppression goes against the first two Articles of Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). According to Article 1 of UDHR  ‘All human