Saturday, October 14, 2017

Julie Realized Her Mistake And Asked apologize

Julie Realized Her Mistake And Asked apologize


Julie Realized Her Mistake And Asked apologize

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The scene of Mersal was released on the Internet

The scene of Mersal was released on the Internet


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Friday, October 13, 2017

BiggBoss Oviya's latest new stills Tamil Cinema News | Kollywood News | bigg boss oviya

BiggBoss Oviya's latest new stills Tamil Cinema News | Kollywood News | bigg boss oviya



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Information about the actress Oviya is false?

Information about the actress Oviya is false?




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How did Kirti Suresh come into the cinema?

How did Kirti Suresh come into the cinema?



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Thursday, October 12, 2017

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Rock hurled at Australian cricket team's bus after 2nd T20

Rock hurled at Australian cricket team's bus after 2nd T20




A rock was thrown at the Australian team bus as they returned from the Barsapara Stadium to the team hotel in Guwahati.

According to media reports, no one was injured in the incident. However, the rock left a large hole in a window towards the back of the bus.

The seat next to the window was unoccupied at the time.

Australian cricketer Aaron Finch, who is part of the visiting team, shared a picture of the brick attack on micro-blogging website Twitter.

“Pretty scary having a rock thrown through the team bus window on the way back to the hotel!!,” he tweeted.
Unitary or Not? Contradictions in the interim report of the Constitution

Unitary or Not? Contradictions in the interim report of the Constitution


By Amila Wijesinghe

The Interim Report of the new Constitution presented by the Steering Committee of the Constitutional Assembly has been the subject of much controversy over the last few days. Whilst President Maithripala Sirisena has insisted that there is nothing in the draft that would diminish the unitary status of the country, there has been an outcry from several parties that were concerned by sections of the report that seem inimical to this unitary status.

The controversy surrounding this report was evident at a Central Provisional Council session when the document was set alight by members of the National Freedom Front (NFF).

Unitary vs Federal

In any State, governance is distributed between the centralised decision making body and local government. In a unitary system, the central government may decide which powers to devolve to the local bodies in the interests of an efficient administration of the localities. The local level governments can enjoy significant amounts of autonomy under this system, but the distinction lies in the fact that the central body retains constitutional authority. In a federal system this authority is shared with the provincial entities. They share decision making powers in a manner that means that sovereignty is not exclusive to the central government, but shared with the regional subsidiary bodies. The provincial governments would be subsidiary entities that wield constitutional authority over a broad range of issues making them sovereign in many respects.

Contradictions in the govt's claims

There seems to be some contradiction between the government's assertions and the suggestions contained within the report. The current Constitution is explicit in Article 2 that 'The Republic of Sri Lanka is a Unitary State.'

The interim report on the other hand, rather arbitrarily declares that the English word 'unitary' is inappropriate for Sri Lanka. Part of its justification seems to be that 'it is now possible for Northern Ireland and Scotland to move away from the Union.' Whilst Scotland did indeed hold a referendum in 2014 (and there are currently calls for a second), it was not the result of any change to the word unitary. The UK is unitary and its Parliament holds constitutional powers, with devolved powers given to Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Under ordinary circumstances, Scotland's powers are limited and they would not have been able to legitimately enact legislation affecting the Union to such a degree. However, the referendum was a result of mutual agreement by the Scottish and UK Parliaments following the Edinburgh Agreement signed by the two governments, which temporarily lifted the restrictions on the Scottish Parliament's power to hold a referendum through a section 30 order (under section 30 of the Scotland Act 1998). Essentially, it had nothing to do with any change to the meaning of the word unitary.

After deciding on such questionable grounds that the term 'Unitary State' is now somehow obsolete, the report goes on to claim that the Sinhala term 'aekiya raajyaya' (which has so far translates as 'unitary') should now come to mean 'undivided and indivisible'. So, in a rather extraordinary move, the report has done away with the word unitary altogether and changed the meaning of 'aekiyaraajyaya'. It goes on to suggest that the Constitution word this as:

'Sri Lanka (Ceylon) is a free, sovereign and independent Republic which is an aekiya raajyaya / orumiththanadu, consisting of the institutions of the Centre and of the Provinces which shall exercise power as laid down in the Constitution. In this Article aekiya raajyaya / orumiththanadu means 'a State which is undivided and indivisible'

The interpretation of this would seem that even though most Sri Lankans would assume the inclusion of 'aekiya raajyaya' to refer to the unitary status of the country, neither the English, Sinhala nor Tamil versions of the Constitution would support that, if this new Constitution is adopted. This seems like a rather disingenuous form of wordplay. They seem to have taken out the English word unitary and included the Sinhala and Tamil phrases hoping that pro-federalists would be satisfied by the fact that the word unitary was removed, and that anti-federal/pro-unitary citizens would be lulled into the belief that the country's unitary status was preserved as an 'aekiya raajyaya'.

Do the interim report's proposals preclude federalism?

The current government has repeatedly claimed that the report does not infringe on the country's unitary status and does not allow any form of federalism. However, as discussed above, it has gone out of its way to exclude the term unitary and replace it with 'undivided and indivisible'. It also states that 'There shall be specific provisions included in the Constitution to prevent secession (division of the country)'. What this provision would suggest is that division of the country refers to secession. In section II which contains the principles of devolution, part 2.2 specifically states the phrase 'undivided and indivisible' as relating to the safeguards against secession. So, when referring to the country being 'undivided and indivisible', this would seem to refer to the prevention of secession, and there is nowhere in the report that explicitly denies federalism. Indivisible and federal are not necessarily incompatible concepts. The pledge of allegiance of the United States, a well-known example of federalism, describes itself as 'one Nation, under God, indivisible.' This pledge is repeated in congress, government meetings and schools all around the US, showing that the term indivisible is not necessarily at odds with federalism.

Does the report take a more federal approach?

Very few (if any) States can claim to be entirely unitary. It tends to be the case that powers are decentralized to some extent and most countries will lie somewhere in between the spectrum, with unitary and federal ideals at both ends. In fact, Sri Lanka is arguably already semi-federal to some degree, as the 13th Amendment devolves a lot of centralized powers (with some limitations) in a way which mirrors some quasi-federal features. Semantics aside, the devolution of power is not necessarily against a Unitary State, as it often forms an essential part of a Unitary State's governance at the local level, and what matters more is the substance of the Constitution - regardless of what the State may be called.

Part 7 of the second section of the report recommends curtailing the powers of the Governor, which has previously been seen as a safeguard to protect the country's unitary status as an appointee by the President. The report advocates that the governor's role, which would previously have included certain powers and executive authority, be reduced to a ceremonial one.

As another example, an identifying characteristic of a federalised state is that it's Constitution will guarantee significant powers to the intermediate governmental bodies of the provinces and they are often represented at the national legislature through a second chamber (such as a senate or upper house). These will often be a deciding factor for any amendment to the Constitution as their consent will be necessary for the ratification of any such changes.

Interestingly enough, part VI of the report calls for the establishment of a second chamber, with 45 of the 55 members drawn from the Provincial Councils. This chamber would be able to refer ordinary legislation back to Parliament for reconsideration, be able to exercise oversight, and 'No Constitutional Amendment shall be enacted into law unless passed by both Parliament and the Second Chamber, with special (2/3) majorities.'

This article does not intend to comment on the merits of federal versus unitary forms of governance, nor is it intended to advocate for either. However, the interim report's duplicitous approach at the very least calls into question the motives of the current government and the assertions about the issue that they have made so far. The Constitution should represent the people, and any changes must always be done in a transparent and open manner.

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Out of Virat Kohli-led Team India, Yuvraj Singh chases BCCI over Rs.3 crore IPL dues

Out of Virat Kohli-led Team India, Yuvraj Singh chases BCCI over Rs.3 crore IPL dues








While Yuvraj Singh, is sweating it out in the gym to make a comeback to Virat Kohli-led Indian cricket team, it is now learnt that he is fighting another battle with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).

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India’s 2011 World Cup-winning hero, who has not played for India since the West Indies series in July after reportedly failing the Yo-Yo test, is chasing the Indian cricket board for last year and a half over his Indian Premier League dues.

Watch: Yuvraj Singh, Suresh Raina and all you need to know about the Yo-Yo test

Even Yuvraj’s mother, Shabnam Singh, has contacted BCCI officials on her son’s behalf regarding the dues. The amount is estimated to be Rs. 3 crore.

Yuvraj was injured while representing India during the ICC World Twenty20 in 2016 and hence, could not feature in the first seven matches for his IPL side Sunrisers Hyderabad that season. Ashish Nehra, Yuvraj’s Team India colleague and SRH teammate, meanwhile has reportedly received his dues from the Indian cricket board.

According to BCCI rules, if a contracted player misses out on IPL matches due to an injury sustained while representing India, the board compensates the player for the loss of income. While Yuvraj approached BCCI immediately after that, the board is yet to pay him.

It is also reported that Yuvraj might now approach the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators. The COA is currently looking after the functioning of the Indian cricket board.

"Yuvraj has written several letters to the BCCI officials and even his mother has been making the calls on his behalf. His Sunrisers teammate Ashish Nehra, who missed five games, has received his dues from the BCCI but surprisingly, Yuvraj's case is in the limbo," a BCCI official was quoted as saying by Mumbai Mirror.

BCCI official said that the Yuvraj issue could be that of “miscommunication”.

"Maybe his insurance papers were not in order," concluded the BCCI official.




Out of Virat Kohli-led Team India, Yuvraj Singh chases BCCI over Rs.3 crore IPL dues
anuya oviya news

anuya oviya news



Aarav was always of the opinion that people will favor only a celebrity contestant to win the title. "I was genuinely apprehensive about winning the title. I thought people will always favor the known faces rather than supporting someone who was hardly known," he said.

Although a week has passed since the show concluded, Aarav is still camera-conscious when he is at home and outside. "Sometimes, I try to adjust my invisible shoulder bag thinking that I still carry the mike. Winning the title was a surreal experience. I am still not able to believe that I've triumphed others," says Aarav, adding that he still stares at the trophy in his home to realize that he is the winner.

"Even my parents didn't encourage me to be a part of the show since the format was completely new to Tamil audiences. But, as episodes passed, they seemed to have appreciated my presence on television and started rooting for me," said Aarav.


When Aarav rejected Oviya's love proposal in the show, internet warriors trolled him ruthlessly on the web and hordes of Oviya supporters, who came to be known as 'Oviya Army,' were unsparing in their criticism of Aarav.

"When you decide to be in the limelight, both brickbats and praises are guaranteed. I've learned not to look back and have acquired the ability to move ahead with my career. There was a lot of idle time inside the house, which provided me with an opportunity to introspect regularly. When everyone unanimously points out a mistake, it indeed means that I'm wrong," says Aarav.

Aarav showers lavish praise on Oviya's personality traits which won her incredibly loyal fans. "Oviya is an excellent friend. She is a sweet person, and her guileless personality has earned her unprecedented love from fans. She has never blamed anyone for any of her mistakes inside the house. Also, she was a rare contestant who never indulged in any malicious talk and sullied anyone's good reputation," said Aarav who is looking forward to talking to Oviya this week after he gets free.

Talking about why he turned down Oviya's proposal, Aarav said, "Our relationship started as a friendship. Later, I felt awful that I sowed the seed of desire in her heart when all I tried was to be a caretaker. I'm a career-oriented person, and I couldn't accept it in the blink of an eye when she proposed. But viewers were angry that a simple person like me said 'no' to a famous actress like Oviya (smiles)."

Aarav is now synonymous with 'Maruthuva Mutham' (Medical Kiss), a phrase which went viral after he reasoned with Kamal Haasan in one of the episodes that he kissed Oviya to cure her mental instability. "I know that 'Maruthuva Mutham' has become famous. Just like how I'm enjoying all the praise and fame, I can't blame viewers when they criticise me. I'm taking everything casually," said Aarav.

Overall, the Bigg Boss show has transformed Aarav completely as a person. "Inside the house, we never bothered to blame people. Now, I think twice or thrice before talking something negative about anyone. I have learned to approach life positively and in a disciplined manner. I constantly corrected my activities in the show. Now, I've come out as a mature and sensible person. It was a fantastic learning experience. Bigg Boss was a crash course to acquire the knowledge of the ways of life," Aarav explains.

Quashing rumors that the show was scripted, Aarav said, "We had no connection to the outside world at all. I too heard a lot of rumors regarding the format of the show. But, trust me, it's all true. We cooked our own food and stayed inside the house with all the rules and restrictions in place. Vijay TV and the show runners never manipulated anything."

Monday, October 9, 2017

Sri Lanka arrests 2 men over Taiwan bank hacking

Sri Lanka arrests 2 men over Taiwan bank hacking


Colombo - Sri Lankan police have arrested two men for allegedly helping international criminals who hacked into computers at a Taiwan bank and stole millions of dollars, says an official.

The pair were arrested after they tried to withdraw large sums of money that had been wired to their accounts with a Sri Lankan bank branch in the capital Colombo, the official said.

Tens of millions of dollars

The police Criminal Investigation Department (CID) was working closely with Taiwan counterparts to track down the hackers, who are said to have breached the Taiwan bank's computers last week.


"We are looking at about $1.3 million that had come into three accounts in Sri Lanka," said the official.

"We have taken two people into custody and we are looking for one more person".


Police in Sri Lanka did not disclose the name of the affected bank in Taiwan or the sum said to have been stolen, but a Sri Lankan media report said tens of millions of dollars had been wired out of the island.

In Taipei the Financial Regulatory Commission confirmed that the local Far Eastern International Bank's Swift system had been hacked through a computer virus but gave no details.

Computer system

Taiwanese media quoted the bank as saying that it detected irregularities in its Swift system and suspicious transactions involving Sri Lanka, Cambodia and the United States started on Thursday.

However, Taiwan police have recovered most of the money with the help of counterparts in other countries, the reports said.

Sri Lankan police investigated a similar theft in February last year when hackers broke into the computer system of the Bangladesh central bank and transferred $20m of stolen money to a Sri Lankan businesswoman.


The money was recovered and a court investigation is pending.

Sunday, October 8, 2017

Sri Lanka imposes sanctions on North Korea

Sri Lanka imposes sanctions on North Korea


The Sri Lankan government on Friday adopted santions against the Democratic People's Rupublic of North Korea, as outlined in the UN Security Council resolution.

The regulations were issued by the country's foreign minister Tilak Marapana.

"All Security Council member countries are bound to implement the SC's resolutions and so, Sri Lanka made it effective locally to implement the UN sanctions on the DPRK as per the resolution," Mr Marapana was quoted by Ceylon Today as saying.

The sanctions prevent Sri Lanka engaging in activities with North Korea, namely from receiving or providing financial services, technical training, assets, or orther assistance related to the nuclear programme.