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Published Date : 2015-01-20T11:36:11.000Z

Police raids former Sri Lankan president Rajapaksa's home NEWS 7 TAMIL http://www.NS7.tv facebook: http://fb.com/News7Tamil twitter: http://twitter.com/News7Tamil
    

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Published Date : 2010-12-01T16:37:58.000Z

Tamil activists are calling for an international arrest warrant for Mahinda Rajapaksa, the Sri Lankan president. To many Tamils, Rajapaksa is a war criminal responsible, as commander in chief of Sri Lankan forces, for the deaths of thousands of Tamil civilians in a civil war that ended in 2009. Rajapaksa was greeted by Tamil protestors as he arrived in London on Monday night. Demonstrators accuse him of war crimes linked to the civil war that ended last year, with the surface of new video footage taken during the conflict could inflame Tamil anger further. Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull reports from London.
    

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Published Date : 2015-08-25T11:11:46.000Z

Preparations were underway in the Sri Lankan capital, Colombo, on Sunday, one day ahead of the country's parliamentary elections. In the fray for the post of prime minister are former President Mahinda Rajapaksa and outgoing Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe. Rajapaksa was defeated by his former health minister Maithripala Sirisena in January's presidential election, amid a swell of opposition by ethnic Tamil and Muslim voters, owing to his majority Sinhala Buddhist nationalistic posture. He was accused of being responsible for the deaths of thousands of ethnic Tamil civilians while leading the military campaign against separatist Tamil rebels. He has managed to retain the loyalty of many members of the ruling coalition, the United People's Freedom Alliance, which compelled an unwilling Sirisena to nominate Rajapaksa for prime minister. Sirisena has indicated that his personal preference would be to form a government with Wickremesinghe. Sirisena and Wickremesinghe were part of a grand opposition coalition that unseated Rajapaksa. Find out more about AP Archive: http://tinyurl.com/neh3pb4 Story number for this item is: 4000484
    

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Published Date : 2018-12-04T09:59:07.000Z

குழந்தைகள் என்றால் யார்? | சிறப்புச் செய்தி Subscribe : https://bitly.com/SubscribeNews7Tamil Facebook: http://fb.com/News7Tamil Twitter: http://twitter.com/News7Tamil Website: http://www.ns7.tv News 7 Tamil Television, part of Alliance Broadcasting Private Limited, is rapidly growing into a most watched and most respected news channel both in India as well as among the Tamil global diaspora. The channel’s strength has been its in-depth coverage coupled with the quality of international television production.
    

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Published Date : 2015-04-23T11:08:19.000Z

Rajapaksa accuses new Govt for imposing corruption charges against his family http://www.NS7.tv facebook: http://fb.com/News7Tamil twitter: http://twitter.com/News7Tamil
    

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Published Date : 2018-11-03T05:55:04.000Z

2.0 படத்தின் டிரைலர் இன்று வெளியீடு : சென்னை சத்யம் திரையரங்கில் பிரம்மாண்ட ஏற்பாடு Subscribe : https://bitly.com/SubscribeNews7Tamil Facebook: http://fb.com/News7Tamil Twitter: http://twitter.com/News7Tamil Website: http://www.ns7.tv News 7 Tamil Television, part of Alliance Broadcasting Private Limited, is rapidly growing into a most watched and most respected news channel both in India as well as among the Tamil global diaspora. The channel’s strength has been its in-depth coverage coupled with the quality of international television production.
    

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Published Date : 2015-02-16T16:41:25.000Z

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Published Date : 2015-07-24T13:24:40.000Z

(8 Apr 2010) SHOTLIST Medamulana village, Hambantota district 1. Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa along with his wife and family members walking to polling station 2. Various of President Mahinda Rajapaksa voting 3. President''s wife voting 4. SOUNDBITE (Sinhala) Mahinda Rajapaksa, Sri Lankan President: "Give strong Parliament to serve the people, we stop the war." 5. President''s son and candidate of United People Freedom Alliance casting his vote Colombo 6. Various of voter checking the candidates list 7. Close of list of candidates and their symbols 8. Policeman outside polling station 9. Close of gun 10. Woman checking candidate list 11. Close of her hand on list 12. Another voter checking list 13. SOUNDBITE (Sinhala) Piyasens (full name not given), Colombo resident: "We are not getting any permanent salary, our earnings are not enough for us to live, there is nothing we can do now, we have to face the situation." 14. Man putting candidates numbers on wall 15. SOUNDBITE (Sinhala) Ratnapala (full name not given), Colombo resident: "Living is difficult and the price of food is high but we are not thinking about those things because the government has stopped the war and we are voting for the government." 16. Policemen in front of police vehicle 17. Opposition candidate and Former Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe walking to polling station 18. Wickremesinghe inside polling station 19. Wickremesinghe casting his ballot 20. SOUNDBITE (English) Ranil Wickremesinghe, Opposition candidate and Former Prime Minister "We have asked the people to give us the mandate and we are confident they''ll give us a mandate." 21. Wickremesinghe leaving polling station 22. Man sitting and looking at list of candidates 23. Man voting inside polling station 24. Various of polling station staff 25. Man voting 26. Wide of polling station 27. Woman casting her ballot STORYLINE Sri Lankans voted on Thursday for a new Parliament that will decide how to ensure peace and development after decades of civil war, with President Mahinda Rajapaksa seeking to expand his political dominance after winning re-election. Voters lined up as polls opened throughout the island nation southeast of India, and Rajapaksa cast his ballot at his home village of Medamulana in southern Sri Lanka. Few voters were seen at the polls in Colombo in the morning, possibly from voter fatigue just three months after Rajapaksa won a resounding re-election victory. Rajapaksa, a hero among the Sinhalese majority for overseeing last year''s government victory in the quarter-century civil war against Tamil Tiger rebels, is pushing for a two-thirds parliamentary majority that would allow his party to change the constitution. The coalition headed by Rajapaksa, who won re-election in January, holds 128 seats in the outgoing 225-member Parliament, and it was not expected to face much competition at the polls. "Give strong Parliament to serve the people, we stop the war," Rajapaksa told state television after casting his vote. Sri Lankans face a clear choice in Thursday''s parliamentary elections between further strengthening the president''s position or trying to check his power. The president''s coalition faces an opposition in disarray, and Rajapaksa is pushing for a two-thirds parliamentary majority that would allow his party to change the constitution. In the northern town of Vavuniya, ethnic Tamils displaced in the civil war and Tamil Tiger rebels detained after their battlefield loss last year were brought to polling booths in buses. The opposition is in disarray. Its defeated presidential candidate, former army chief Sarath Fonseka, who led the military in its victory over the ethnic Tamil rebels, is facing a court martial. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/dbe03868b2b43aa98a74cf90e6c808b3 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
    

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Published Date : 2015-07-24T13:55:02.000Z

(10 Jan 2010) 1. Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa receiving floral wreath from woman 2. Mid of Rajapaksa 3. Wide of audience, including family members of former Tamil Tiger rebels 4. SOUNDBITE: (language unknown) Mahinda Rajapaksa, Sri Lanka''s President: "The terrorists led you astray and the suffering you endured as a result is beyond words. We will give you employment for your skills and you must start lives anew." 5. Family members of former Tamil Tiger rebels in audience 6. Wide of audience clapping 7. Family member listening to speech through headphones 8. Rajapaksa shaking hands with former Tamil Tiger rebel Sundralingam Mohanshanthan 9. SOUNDBITE: (Tamil) Sundralingam Mohanshanthan, former Tamil Tiger rebel: "It is unbelievable, unforgettable that the terrorists used school children like me and other Tamil children in the fighting." 10. Cutaway of family members of former Tamil Tiger rebels 11. SOUNDBITE: (Tamil) Sundralingam Mohanshanthan, former Tamil Tiger rebel: "There were days we were without food to eat, water to drink and no house to live in, we suffered a lot." 12. Various of Rajapaksa handing over former Tamil Tiger rebels to their parents 13. Small boy presenting a painting of Rajapaksa 14. SOUNDBITE: (Tamil) Saundaralingam Arulmani, father of Tamil Tiger fighters: "I feel I have been in the dark not knowing what''s happening in the outside world. Now I must become a good citizen, and I am determined to give my children a good education and make sure that they grow up as good people." 15. Rajapaksa leaving function 16. Crowd clapping by side of road STORYLINE: More than 700 former Tamil Tiger rebels have been reunited with family members after months in rehabilitation camps since the country''s decades-long civil war ended last year. President Mahinda Rajapaksa joined the hands of 15 men, women and children on Saturday with relatives at a special ceremony at the Manik Farm camp in northern Sri Lanka where more than 100,000 war refugees are housed. "The terrorists led you astray and the suffering you endured as a result is beyond words," Rajapaksa told the gathering. "We will give you employment for your skills and you must start lives anew," he added. Government forces routed the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam rebels in May last year, ending the country''s more than a quarter century long civil war in which an estimated 80,000 to 100,000 people died. According to the government, more than 12,000 rebels or suspected rebels, including children, were sent to rehabilitation camps. The number of civilians living in the squalid camps peaked at some 300,000. Rights groups called the mass detention an illegal form of collective punishment for the minority ethnic Tamils, who have long complained of discrimination by majority Sinhalese-dominated governments. The government has maintained that Tamils must be screened for rebel ties and detainees'' villages de-mined before the camps can be closed. Saundaralingam Arulmani, 38, a father of three, said he had been with the Tigers for 15 years working at their printing press and on their housing programmes before leaving in 2007 to look after his young family. He said he gave himself up to Sri Lankan soldiers after they captured the area. For the first five months he was not allowed to meet his family and they could only exchange letters. At the rehabilitation centre he was taught Sinhalese language and meditation. Recreational activities included sports, singing, and television, Arulmani said. "I feel I have been in the dark not knowing what''s happening in the outside world," he said of his life in rural rebel-held areas. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/28d0b90817da95a15808daa4c094cc4a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
    

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Published Date : 2015-05-07T04:43:00.000Z

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Published Date : 2015-08-17T17:30:25.000Z

Sri Lanka's parliamentary elections could see the return to the political centre stage of its former strongman president Mahinda Rajapaksa. In January he lost the presidency to a former ally, who also took the leadership of Rajapaksa's party, the SLFP. President Maithripala Sirisena says he won't lead it again. Rajapaksa's 10 years in power began in 2004. Now he wants to be prime minister. But Sirisena has forged a cross-party alliance led by the rival United National party, and sought to wea… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2015/08/17/sri-lanka-s-voters-invited-to-turn-page-on-fractious-past What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
    

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Published Date : 2015-07-24T13:48:49.000Z

(26 Jan 2010) SHOTLIST Hambantota 1. Mid of sign 2. Various of Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa voting Hambantota 3. SOUNDBITE (Sinhala) Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa: "I clearly see that people around the country are voting with good confidence and motivation." 4. Arrival of former prime minister Ranil Wickramasinghe with his wife 5. Cutaway police officers 6. Mid of Ranil Wickramasinghe with his wife 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Ranil Wickramasinghe, former prime minister: "I expect it is certain that Sarath Fonseka will be made the winner. And there is going to be believable change in Sri lanka. This election will be followed by a general election to elect a new parliament. But there should be no violence in the country." 8. Former prime minister Ranil Wickramasinghe leaving 9. Wide of newspaper stand 10. Close-up of newspaper headline reading "D-Day for Sri Lanka" 11. Wide of newspaper stand Colombo 12. Wide of people entering polling station 13. Various of people queuing up to vote inside polling station 14. Mid of police officer with gun and people queuing up to vote outside polling station 15. Wide of police officer checking the identity of voters with pan to police officer 16. SOUNDBITE (Sinhala) Voxpop: "I came here early in the morning to vote. Whoever comes we are expecting the development of the country." 17. Policeman checking the identity of voters Colombo 18. Exterior shot of polling station 19. Close-up of polling station sign reading "to the polling station" 20. People arriving to vote 21. SOUNDBITE (English) Voxpop, voter: "Well, we must have whoever is getting elected that there should be good governance in this country. There should be opportunities, developments. Particularly youths must get employment. Those are our ambitions." 22. Various of police officer checking identity of voters 23. Wide of polling station 24. Mid of people queuing up outside polling station 25. SOUNDBITE (English) Voxpop, voter: "This election, we want to be a good ruler, has to come and rule the country. And the country has to be developed now the war is over, so the development is fast development. We expect it." 26. Names of candidates and rules and regulations of elections pasted on wall 27. Wide of street and police officer STORYLINE Sri Lankans crowded polling stations on Tuesday throughout Colombo in a hard-fought election to decide whether the incumbent president or his former army chief should lead the nation''s recovery from a brutal civil war both men helped win. However, enthusiasm for the poll in minority Tamil areas most affected by the fighting remained light, and early morning explosions in the northern city of Jaffna were expected to further suppress voting. Though it has been just eight months since President Mahinda Rajapaksa and retired General Sarath Fonseka led the country to victory in the quarter-century war against the Tamil Tiger rebels, many voters were focused on the stagnant economy. Though they were close partners in the campaign to defeat the rebels, a bitter falling-out drove Fonseka to the opposition and turned Rajapaksa''s expected easy re-election into a tight and bitter race. Several explosions were heard in the predominantly ethnic Tamil town of Jaffna in northern Sri Lanka ahead of the opening of polls at 7am (0130 GMT; 8:30 pm EST), and election monitor Paikiyasothy Saravanamuttu said one of them was a grenade attack on the office of a ruling party organiser. However, a Tamil lawmaker accused the military of firing artillery shells into the sea to dissuade voting among Tamils, who were expected to lean toward Fonseka. "I think the government wants to minimise the voting," lawmaker Suresh Premachandran said. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5d83af3c22bbb316cf9bfb6fba28e9b4 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
    

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Published Date : 2015-07-24T13:48:10.000Z

(27 Jan 2010) SHOTLIST 1. Re-elected Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa speaking to reporters UPSOUND (English) Mahinda Rajapaksa, Sri Lankan President: (Q) How are you feeling sir? "Big relief, big relief" 2. Rajapaksa receiving blessings from Buddhist monks 3. Rajapaksa shaking hands with supporters 4. Various of people dancing in the streets and giving out sweets in celebration 5. Wide of General Sarath Fonseka in news conference ++MUTE++ 6. Cutaway of cameras 7. SOUNDBITE (English) General Sarath Fonseka, Defeated Presidential Candidate: "The franchise of the people has not been interpreted properly, has been distorted. The result what has been given out - the ultimate result of the election, which was held yesterday, the presidential election - we are not accepting that." 8. Cutaway of cameraman 9. SOUNDBITE (English) General Sarath Fonseka, Defeated Presidential Candidate: "And now we have filed a letter, addressed to the election commissioner, we have given a number of reasons in that why we are not accepting the results, and we have recorded our protest." 10. Cutaway of media 11. SOUNDBITE (English) General Sarath Fonseka, Defeated Presidential Candidate: "So this is an exercise which is aimed at assassinating me. All the evidence are pointing towards that. They are first reducing my weak security. Now they are brought this place under siege, now they will try do something, use the force, and try to assassinate me and put the blame on somebody else." 12. Wide of news conference 13. Wide of news conference 14. SOUNDBITE (English) Mahinda Samara, Sri Lanka''s Minister for Human Rights: "As of now, candidate Fonseka is free to go anywhere he wants to. He''s not under house arrest, he can move out of the hotel anytime that he wants to. In fact, what was pointed out a little while ago, it was he who took the decision to move into this hotel, and occupy two floors of the Cinnamon Lakeside Hotel, and he''s been staying there since checking in yesterday. Now there''s absolutely no truth whatsoever in this speculative strategy of trying to create an issue when there is no issue that candidate Fonseka is being prevented from leaving the hotel." 15. Reporters STORYLINE Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa won a resounding re-election victory on Wednesday, beating back a challenge from his former army chief, who rejected the official results and said he feared arrest as troops surrounded his hotel. The election commission declared Rajapaksa the winner with 57.8 percent of the vote to General Sarath Fonseka''s 40 percent. The president now must rebuild the country after last year''s successful offensive to destroy the Tamil Tiger separatists after 25 years of conflict. But Fonseka refused to accept the results and told the electoral commission in a letter that he would initiate legal proceedings to have the vote annulled. "The franchise of the people has not been interpreted properly, has been distorted," he said at a news conference on Wednesday. In his letter, Fonseka accused Rajapaksa of using the state media to attack him, of misappropriating public funds for his campaign and of preventing displaced minority Tamils - whose support the opposition candidate was counting on - from voting. The election commissioner, Dayanada Dissanayake, appeared to agree. He said the state media violated guidelines he had crafted, government institutions behaved in a way that embarrassed him, and he pleaded to be allowed to resign from his post. As the returns came in, troops surrounded the Cinnamon Lake Hotel after about 400 people, including alleged army deserters, gathered inside with Fonseka, military spokesman Brigadier Udaya Nanayakkara said. The troops remained there throughout the day. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/7058f1cae901a7eecb9a9b3361b0afb0 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
    

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Published Date : 2015-07-21T15:13:18.000Z

19 November 2005 1. Presidential car escorted by honour guard 2. Cutaway of people cheering 3. Presidential car escorted by horses 4. SOUNDBITE: (Sinhalese) Mahinda Rajapakse, Sri Lankan president: "I would request that all leaders give their maximum support towards the peace process." 5. Cutaway of crowd clapping 6. Rajapakse speaking 7. Cutaway of crowd clapping 8. Close up of Rajapakse resigning from his position as a member of Parliament (UPSOUND: (English) "He will be the protector, which confirms a prosperous future for this country.") 9. Cutaway of ceremonial horn being played 10. Exterior, Rajapakse approaching guard of honour, waving at crowd 11. Guard of honour 12. Close up of Rajapakse in ceremony 13. Soldiers marching past 14. Cannon being fired 15. Wide of public gathered 18 November 2005 16. Wide of news conference of the Association of the Asian Election Authorities 17. Mid of news conference UPSOUND (English) Benjamin Abalos, head of the Observer Mission (mounted by the Association of Asian Election Authorities): "There may have been some low turn out in some areas and reported untoward incidents but we presume these did not at all reflect the majority win of your people." 18. Cutaway of media 19. SOUNDBITE (English) Benjamin Abalos, head of the Observer Mission (mounted by the Association of Asian Election Authorities): "As I said, how can we attribute this to the government, not to the winning candidate? When were the people given the opportunity? There is no proof that the administration candidate was responsible for the non-voting. The fact that the precincts polling area or polling stations were open and given the opportunity (to vote), that is all that matters." 19 November 2005 20. Wide of European Mission in Sri Lanka news conference 21. SOUNDBITE (English) John Cushnahan, European Union's chief election monitor : "We are reserving our condemnation for an organisation that was not involved in this election nor had any intention of being involved in this election. It was external to the election. But that does not justify what it did. It doesn't justify denying anybody in this country the right to exercise their franchise and choose a government or indeed as is in this election a president of their choice." 22. Cutaway to media 23. Wide of Cushnahan speaking at conference STORYLINE: Mahinda Rajapakse was officially sworn in on Saturday as Sri Lanka's new president at a ceremony in the capital, Colombo. Crowds lined the streets as the new president travelled by car, flanked by military guards on horseback, on the way to the presidential inauguration ceremony. In his first formal address as Sri Lankan President, Rajapakse rejected Tamil Tiger rebel demands for a Tamil homeland, saying he would never allow the division of Sri Lanka. Rajapakse campaigned on the simple message that his country must remain whole. This is likely to put him at odds with the Tiger rebels who say the country's 3.2 (m) million ethnic Tamil minority can only prosper if they no longer dominated by the 14 (m) million-strong Sinhalese majority. However, he called for a new round of talks with the LTTE (Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam). The European Union's chief election monitor condemned Sri Lanka's Tamil Tiger rebels for allegedly blocking ethnic Tamils from voting in the country's recent presidential election. John Cushnahan, who led an 83-member observation mission, said the rebels used unacceptable tactics during the poll, and "they should be condemned for that," he said. Low voter turnout was recorded in the Tamil majority northeast as grenade attacks, roadblocks and intimidation kept many Tamils from voting. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c14ee9befa5cf4586eac2647179a2407 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
    

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Published Date : 2015-07-24T13:48:59.000Z

(26 Jan 2010) SHOTLIST Hambantota 1. Wide of election centre 2. Various of Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa walking to election centre 3. Various of Mahinda Rajapaksa voting 4. Various of Mahinda Rajapaksa outside voting station with media 5. SOUNDBITE (Sinhala) Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa: "Our victory has been confirmed today, I clearly see that people around the country are voting with good confidence and motivation." 6. Mahinda Rajapaksa among crowd Hambantota 7. Mid of police officers at polling station 8. former prime minister Ranil Wickramasinghe arriving with his wife 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Ranil Wickramasinghe, former prime minister: "I expect it is certain that Sarath Fonseka will be made the winner. And there is going to be believable change in Sri lanka. This election will be followed by a general election to elect a new parliament. But there should be no violence in the country." 10. Former prime minister Ranil Wickramasinghe leaving Colombo 11. Wide of people entering polling station 12. People queuing up to vote inside polling station 13. Various of police officers checking the identity of voters Colombo 14. General Sarath Fonseka , Presidential Candidate arriving at news conference 15. Wide of Fonseka 16. SOUNDBITE: (English) General Sarath Fonseka, Presidential Candidate: "The polling started in the morning with lot of enthusiasm, there had been few incidents arranged by the interested parties, most probably with the government backing to discourage people from voting." 17. Fonseka leaving Colombo 18. Fonseka talking on phone 19. SOUNDBITE: (English) General Sarath Fonseka, Presidential Candidate: "There is a question being asked about my qualification to contest the presidential election. This election I have not been able to vote because when I applied in 2008 to enter my name into the voter''s list, the registration has not been done. But I am for all purpose a citizen of Sri Lanka and I am qualified to contest for presidential election as per the article 31-1 of the constitution, I have qualified myself to contest and the election commissioner has approved my application to contest for the election." Colombo 20. Exterior of polling station 21. Close-up of polling station sign reading "to the polling station" 22. People arriving to vote 23. Various of police officer checking identity of voters 24. Wide of polling station 25. SOUNDBITE (English) Vox pop, voter: "This election, we want to be a good ruler, has to come and rule the country. And the country has to be developed now the war is over, so the development is fast development. We expect it." 26. Names of candidates and rules and regulations of elections pasted on wall 27. Wide of street and police officer STORYLINE Sri Lankans crowded into polling stations on Tuesday throughout Colombo in a hard-fought election to decide whether the incumbent president or his former army chief should lead the nation''s recovery from a brutal civil war both men helped win. However, there was less enthusiasm for the poll in minority Tamil areas most affected by the fighting, and early morning explosions in the city of Jaffna - in the heart of the predominantly Tamil north - were expected to further suppress turnout. But there were no reports of major violence by the time polls closed in the afternoon. The top opposition candidate, however, was not allowed to cast a ballot because his name was not on voter registration lists. Though it has been just eight months since President Mahinda Rajapaksa and retired General Sarath Fonseka declared victory in the quarter-century war against the Tamil Tiger rebels, many voters were more focused on the stagnant economy than the newfound peace. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/284a458809889d5255d4dc5db3d40213 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
    

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Published Date : 2013-02-08T08:24:54.000Z

DMK chief M Karunanidhi led protests today in Chennai against the visit of Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapakse, who is visiting temples in Bihar and Andhra Pradesh over the next two days, but will not meet with Indian leaders. Political parties in Tamil Nadu want the Sri Lanka government to be held accountable for alleged atrocities against Sri Lankan Tamils, who are in a minority in the country.
    

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Published Date : 2015-07-24T13:47:50.000Z

(28 Jan 2010) SHOTLIST 1. Various of market in a Tamil neighbourhood of Colombo 2. SOUNDBITE (English) T.Balakrishna, Local Tamil resident of Colombo: "We expect he will do the best thing for the Tamil people, specially work opportunities, education (inaudible) work opportunities we expect that more, then the other thing (is about) the refugee people. The main thing he has to take, more interest to give to the relief for that people, mainly." 3. Wide of people walking in market 4. Set up shot of political analyst Jehan Perera 5. SOUNDBITE( English) Jehan Perera, political analyst: "He needs to reach out to them, especially to the Tamil minority whose lives have been destroyed by war, by increasing government assistance to Tamil areas of the country and in order to do this he also needs to obtain international support. And international support specially from Western countries will only be forthcoming if the government can show improvement in human rights and governance practices." 6. News conference of government ministers 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Sarath Amunugama ,Public Administration and Internal Affairs Minister: "Whatever their choice might be, we are very happy that people who have been deprived of exercising their franchise, of exercising their choice have now got a chance all over the country particularly in the north and east to go to the polling station, to take a ballot paper and signify his choice." 8. Various of journalists at news conference STORYLINE Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa pledged on Thursday to seek reconciliation with minority Tamils after his sweeping re-election, but did not indicate how he planned to deal with their demands for greater rights. Critics said the balloting showed the country''s ethnic divisions that fuelled decades of war were again near a breaking point, with many minorities apparently voting for the opposition or staying away from the polls. Rajapaksa won a second term in office on Tuesday, defeating his former army chief by 17 percentage points in the first presidential election since his government victory over the Tamil Tiger rebels brought an end to decades of war. Former army chief Sarath Fonseka cried foul and the opposition said it would challenge the results in court. The United States congratulated Rajapaksa on his victory, but also urged authorities to ensure the safety of all candidates and campaign workers, according to a US Embassy statement. Rajapaksa will lead a country mired in economic difficulties and split along ethnic lines, and faces serious allegations of human rights violations against minorities and government critics. He said he recognised the hardships of those afflicted by the war in the north and east, but fell short of making any concessions to demands by the Tamil minority for self-rule and greater rights in those areas. "The people in Sri Lanka have voted for an end to division, an end to terrorism, and for a new beginning of peace and prosperity," a statement from his office said. Newspapers urged Rajapaksa on Thursday to use his second term and wide election margin to forge reconciliation between the majority Sinhalese and Tamils, who have suffered disproportionately during the decades of war. Tens of thousands remain living in refugee camps. Jehan Perera , an analyst believes the government should increase its aid to Tamil areas of the country. "In order to do this he also needs to obtain international support. And international support specially from Western countries will only be forthcoming if the government can show improvement in human rights and governance practices," Perera said. and Tamil-Muslim combine alike," it said in an editorial. Tamils from voting. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/0df89a8e54c1061af65b9151b6c3ae22 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
    

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Published Date : 2015-07-24T13:49:05.000Z

(26 Jan 2010) SHOTLIST 1. Wide street scene 2. Wide of road outside polling station 3. Sign with arrow reading "To the polling station" 4. Various of police outside polling station 5. SOUNDBITE (Sinhala) Voxpop: "We will like it if Mahinda Rajapaksa comes. He has done lots to the country and brought peace to Sri Lanka." 6. Wide of road 7. Mid of police van leaving polling station STORYLINE The two architects of Sri Lanka''s civil war victory faced off on Tuesday in a hard-fought election to determine who will lead this troubled country''s struggle to recover from a devastating quarter-century conflict. The main candidates, incumbent President Mahinda Rajapaksa and his former army chief Sarath Fonseka, were close partners in the campaign to defeat the Tamil Tiger rebels. But a bitter falling out that drove Fonseka to the opposition has turned an expected easy re-election victory for Rajapaksa into a tight political contest between two men considered war heroes by the Sinhalese majority. Polls opened at 7 am (0130 GMT) and were to close at 4pm, with first results not expected until Wednesday. A grenade attack struck the office of a ruling party organiser in the predominantly ethnic Tamil town of Jaffna in northern Sri Lanka ahead of the polling, but no one was hurt, said Paikiyasothy Saravanamuttu of the independent Centre for Monitoring Election Violence. Unidentified activists were distributing leaflets in Jaffna calling for an election boycott, he said. During the last presidential election in 2005, won by Rajapaksa, the Tamil Tiger rebel group enforced a boycott of the polls among ethnic Tamils. However, this year Tamils are expected to vote in significant numbers for the opposition candidate, Fonseka. Whoever wins control of this island off the southern coast of India will inherit a country still deeply divided by the ethnic conflict and mired in an economic malaise. Though there have been no reliable polls, both candidates appear to command strong Sinhalese followings, and the Tamil minority - those who suffered most from the government offensive against the rebels - may prove to be kingmakers. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5433f7ae34b0365c123dc3e4fe59548a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
    

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Published Date : 2015-07-17T13:37:29.000Z

Tirunelveli Govt Hospital doctors remove scissors stuck om woman's head | TN | News7 Tamil | NEWS7 TAMIL http://www.NS7.tv facebook: http://fb.com/News7Tamil twitter: http://twitter.com/News7Tamil News 7 Tamil Television, part of Alliance Broadcasting Private Limited, is rapidly growing into a most watched and most respected news channel both in India as well as among the Tamil global diaspora. The channel’s strength has been its in-depth coverage coupled with the quality of international television production.
    

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Published Date : 2015-08-18T01:40:21.000Z

Sri Lanka Elections 2015 : Mahinda Rajapaksa's UPFA Leading with 42.76% - Thanthi TV Catch us LIVE @ http://www.thanthitv.com/ Follow us on - Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/ThanthiTV Follow us on - Twitter @ https://twitter.com/thanthitv
    

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Published Date : 2015-07-24T13:49:31.000Z

(26 Jan 2010) SHOTLIST Hambantota 1. Wide of election centre 2. Various of Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa walking to election centre 3. Various of Mahinda Rajapaksa voting 4. Various of Mahinda Rajapaksa outside voting station with media 5. SOUNDBITE (Sinhala) Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa: "Our victory has been confirmed today, I clearly see that people around the country are voting with good confidence and motivation." 6. Mahinda Rajapaksa among crowd Colombo 7. Wide of people entering polling station 8. People queuing up to vote inside polling station 9. Various of police officers checking the identity of voters Colombo 10. General Sarath Fonseka , Presidential Candidate arriving at news conference 11. Wide of Fonseka 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) General Sarath Fonseka , Presidential Candidate: "The polling started in the morning with lot of enthusiasm. There had been few incidents arranged by the interested parties. Most probably with the government backing to discourage people from voting." 13. Cutaway of media 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) General Sarath Fonseka , Presidential Candidate: "People want a change and we believe this change they are expecting from us and this gives us the indication that if a large number percentage is voting obviously they are voting against the government and asking for a change." 15. Media 16. Fonseka leaving Colombo 17. Exterior of polling station 18. Close-up of polling station sign reading "to the polling station" 19. People arriving to vote 20. Various of police officer checking identity of voters 21. Wide of polling station 22. SOUNDBITE (English) Vox pop, voter: "This election, we want to be a good ruler, has to come and rule the country. And the country has to be developed now the war is over, so the development is fast development. We expect it." 23. Names of candidates and rules and regulations of elections pasted on wall 24. Wide of street and police officer STORYLINE Sri Lankans crowded into polling stations on Tuesday throughout Colombo in a hard-fought election to decide whether the incumbent president or his former army chief should lead the nation''s recovery from a brutal civil war both men helped win. However, there was less enthusiasm for the poll in minority Tamil areas most affected by the fighting, and early morning explosions in the city of Jaffna - in the heart of the predominantly Tamil north - were expected to further suppress turnout. But there were no reports of major violence by the time polls closed in the afternoon. The top opposition candidate, however, was not allowed to cast a ballot because his name was not on voter registration lists. Though it has been just eight months since President Mahinda Rajapaksa and retired General Sarath Fonseka declared victory in the quarter-century war against the Tamil Tiger rebels, many voters were more focused on the stagnant economy than the newfound peace. Though there have been no reliable polls, both candidates appear to command strong Sinhalese followings, and the votes of the Tamils - who suffered most from the government offensive against the rebels - may prove decisive. Twenty other minor candidates are also running. Voters from the Manik Farm camp in Vavuniya, where civilians displaced from the war zone are living, walked about a half-mile (a kilometre) to polling centres set up at the village of Ariyathottam. In a separate area in Vavuniya, authorities bussed in former rebel fighters - young men and women - from rehabilitation camps to vote. For many, the voting centre became a meeting place after months of separation. Some did not bother voting, and instead chatted. didn''t appear on the voter registration list. expected to lean toward Fonseka. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/fa1c6a43596c799ed1da507fb8e780fa Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
    

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Published Date : 2015-07-24T13:47:37.000Z

(28 Jan 2010) SHOTLIST 1. Various of morning traffic 2. Mid of two army soldiers 3. Close up of soldier''s gun 4. SOUNDBITE (Sinhala) R.M Nimal Ratnayake, Graduate: "He ended terrorism and established peace. Now we can walk freely in these places.'''' 5. Various of political posters on wall reading: (English) "Sorry Fonseka'''' 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Plitha, Private sector manager: "He got the maturity, he got the knowledge, what I think - he''s got everything. So what I expect him to take our country forward." 7. Wide of a man sitting on a bike reading a newspaper 8. Close up of a man reading a newspaper 9. Various of people reading newspapers and headlines STORYLINE: Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa swept to a second term in office, but his chief rival vowed to challenge the results and for hours insisted he was being held a virtual prisoner in a hotel surrounded by hundreds of soldiers. Rajapaksa tried to brush off the election dispute on Wednesday, calling on Sri Lankans to unite for the tough task of rebuilding a nation shattered by a generation of ethnic warfare. Rajapaksa will now have to face Sri Lankans'' growing anxiety over the country''s economic stagnation, and he will be expected to tackle the tensions between his Sinhalese majority and the Tamil minority that fuelled the nation''s 25-year civil war. One private sector manager said on Thursday he hoped the new president would "take our country forward." What had been expected to be a tight election between two architects of the government''s victory over the Tamil Tiger rebels last year turned into a rout. Rajapaksa captured 57 percent of the vote in Tuesday''s polling, while Sarath Fonseka won 40 percent, according to the election commission. Rajapaksa''s supporters hit the streets in celebration, setting off fireworks, waving Sri Lankan flags and holding up posters of the president. Fonseka, however, rejected the results and vowed to challenge them in court. For much of Wednesday, Sri Lanka''s capital was tense as hundreds of soldiers and policemen ringed the upscale Cinnamon Lakeside hotel in central Colombo for hours, controlling access, and turning the former general - who had led some of these same troops in battle only eight months before - into a virtual prisoner. The military presence appeared designed to prevent Fonseka from stirring up opposition protests to the vote, though there was no indication he had the ability or support to overthrow the government by force. After night fell, Fonseka left the hotel and went to his private residence, said Tissa Attanayake, the general secretary of the main opposition party. Soon after, the soldiers also withdrew. The race between the two men had elements of a classic drama from the start. Both are considered war heroes by the Sinhalese for their role in crushing the rebel''s armed struggle for an independent state in the north. They both also stand accused by human rights groups of possible war crimes committed during that fight. Fonseka was considered the only chance the opposition had of defeating Rajapaksa, but the president''s powerful political machine - and his alleged use of state resources, especially state media in his campaign - overwhelmed Fonseka''s bid. And the president remains deeply popular with many Sri Lankans. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/cc6132d1291a716322618a92d8c94277 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
    

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Published Date : 2015-07-24T13:20:36.000Z

(22 Apr 2010) SHOTLIST ++QUALITY AS INCOMING++ 1. Various exteriors of Parliament building 2. Various of elected members of parliament shaking hands with Sri Lankan Prime Minister Dissanayake Mudiyansalage Jayaratne 3. Wide of Jayaratne taking his seat next to Former Prime Minister Ratnasiri Wickremanayake 4. Members of parliament walking up steps 5. Various of interiors of parliament 6. Sri Lanka''s former army chief, General Sarath Fonseka taking his seat 7. Back shot of Fonseka signing papers 8. Elected Speaker Chamal Rajapaksa taking seat 9. Wide of chamber 10. Mid of Fonseka seated (right) 11. Various of Jayaratne addressing parliament 12. Former Sri Lankan cricket captain Sanath Jayasuriya (left) seated next to President''s son Namal Rajapaksa (right) 13. Various of Fonseka addressing parliament 14. Fonseka leaving parliament STORYLINE Sri Lanka''s former army chief on Thursday used his first opportunity to address Parliament as a newly elected lawmaker to demand his release from detention. Sarath Fonseka, who unsuccessfully challenged President Mahinda Rajapaksa''s re-election bid in January, was arrested a month later on accusations that he had planned his political career while still in uniform. He is being detained and is awaiting trial. Fonseka was escorted by guards to Parliament to attend a swearing-in ceremony for the body''s 225 lawmakers. During the ceremony, Fonseka and other party heads were permitted to address Parliament to offer congratulations to its new speaker - Chamal Rajapaksa, the president''s elder brother. Fonseka used the occasion to demand his freedom. "The protection of democracy must begin here in Parliament," Fonseka said. "The freedom of citizens is utmost," he said, calling upon the speaker to take measures to safeguard "justice, freedom of expression, freedom to hold different political opinions and freedom from illegal detention." Fonseka has denied the charges and his supporters say he is being punished for challenging Rajapaksa in the presidential race. He was elected to Parliament earlier this month. Rajapaksa and Fonseka were hailed as heroes by a majority of Sri Lankans after they joined forces to crush a 25-year insurgency by the Tamil Tiger rebels last year. But after a falling out, Fonseka resigned from the army and entered politics. Fonseka''s Democratic National Alliance won only seven seats in the first post war parliamentary elections early this month, which gave a huge majority for Rajapaksa''s United People''s Freedom Alliance with 144 seats. The main opposition United National Front secured 60 seats while an ethnic Tamil party won 14 seats. Rajapaksa appointed veteran politician Dissanayake Mudiyansalage Jayaratne as Prime Minister on Wednesday and is expected to appoint a Cabinet later. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c14a0b7f4c2a7e21f3338f0738c21e73 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
    

Channel Title : Hiru News

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Published Date : 2015-07-24T13:23:49.000Z

(8 Apr 2010) SHOTLIST Jaffna, Sri Lanka 1. Wide of Jaffna polling station with two police officers standing at the gate 2. Close up of polling station sign 3. Mid of frail man walking with frame to polling station 4. Rear view of frail man going through gate 5. Two young women walking through gate 6. Jaffna Mayor, Yougisvary Parku, walking towards polling station 7. Close up of gate with some men going in 8. Parku coming out after voting 9. SOUNDBITE (Tamil) Yougisvary Parku, Jaffna Mayor: (++JUMP CUT IN SOUNDBITE++) "People by and large are coming here with great enthusiasm and participating in the election process without any fear. That is what I can see." Vavuniya, Sri Lanka 10. Pan left of two women heading to polling station 11. Various of people heading to polling stations 12. Various of people leaving polling stations after voting Colombo, Sri Lanka 13. Wide of traffic on the street 14. Various of opposition supporters chanting and walking along the road, waving green flags 15. Various of government supporters cheering and waving blue flags 16. Various of children waving party banners 17. Mid of men chanting 18. Army soldiers on duty on the streets 19. Mid of government supporters letting off fire-crackers on the road 20. Close up of fire-crackers going off 21. Army soldiers in a military vehicle passing by 22. Sri Lankan Foreign Minister and Candidate Rohitha Bogollagama meeting supporters 23. Bogollagama standing with supporters 24. Mid of Bogollagama talking to supporters 25. SOUNDBITE (English) Rohitha Bogollagama, Sri Lankan Foreign Minister and candidate: "Today in Sri Lanka people have once again spoken for democracy in the first parliamentary election that has been held after the defeat in terrorism, which has taken 30 long years, and be the first parliamentary election where the whole country is voting 225 members of parliament to be elected." 26. Bogollagama leaving surrounded by soldiers 27. Various of soldiers standing in the street 28. Various of buses carrying ballot boxes arriving to be counted 29. Mid of people carrying the ballot boxes past soldiers 30. Various of people carrying boxes in STORYLINE Sri Lankans faced a clear choice in parliamentary elections on Thursday between further strengthening the president''s hand in deciding the nation''s post war fate or trying to check his power. President Mahinda Rajapaksa, who won a resounding re-election victory three months ago, is seeking a two-thirds parliamentary majority allowing his party to change the constitution. His coalition faces an opposition in disarray, with the candidate he defeated in the presidential polls under detention and facing a court-martial. The opposition fears Rajapaksa will try to amend the constitution to remain in power past the end of his second term in 2017. It accuses him of stifling dissent, encouraging cronyism and corruption and trying to establish a family dynasty. Two of Rajapaksa''s brothers and a son are running for Parliament. Independent monitors reported a dismal turnout, between 50 percent to 55 percent of registered voters. Some 70 percent of voters cast their ballots in the last presidential election. Election official W.P. Sumanasiri said he could not give a turnout percentage after polls closed on Thursday. The first results were expected by midnight (18:30 GMT). Rajapaksa remains a hero among the Sinhalese majority for leading last year''s victory over the Tamil Tiger rebels, and many voters hope he can bring post war development and reconciliation to the country after a quarter-century of civil conflict. Sri Lanka''s Foreign Minister and candidate for re-election, Rohitha Bogollagama, addressed his party''s supporters in Colombo. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/9e354d54ac20b21dcaafb36db34aa9ec Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
    

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Published Date : 2016-08-03T06:43:30.000Z

SL fisheries minister Mahinda Amaraweera welcomes TN Chief minister Jayalalithaa' s statement regarding fishing Connect with Puthiya Thalaimurai TV Online: SUBSCRIBE to get the latest Tamil news updates: http://bit.ly/1O4soYP Visit Puthiya Thalaimurai TV WEBSITE: http://puthiyathalaimurai.tv/ Like Puthiya Thalaimurai TV on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/PutiyaTalaimuraimagazine Follow Puthiya Thalaimurai TV TWITTER: https://twitter.com/PTTVOnlineNews About Puthiya Thalaimurai TV Puthiya Thalaimurai TV (Tamil: புதிய தலைமுறை டிவி) is a 24x7 live news channel in Tamil launched on August 24, 2011.Due to its independent editorial stance it became extremely popular in India and abroad within days of its launch and continues to remain so till date.The channel looks at issues through the eyes of the common man and serves as a platform that airs people's views.The editorial policy is built on strong ethics and fair reporting methods that does not favour or oppose any individual, ideology, group, government, organisation or sponsor.The channel’s primary aim is taking unbiased and accurate information to the socially conscious common man.   Besides giving live and current information the channel broadcasts news on sports,  business and international affairs. It also offers a wide array of week end programmes.   The channel is promoted by Chennai based New Gen Media Corporation. The company also publishes popular Tamil magazines- Puthiya Thalaimurai and Kalvi.   The news center is based in Chennai city, supported by a sprawling network of bureaus all over Tamil Nadu. It has a northern hub in the capital Delhi.The channel is proud of its well trained journalists and employs cutting edge technology for news gathering and processing.
    

Channel Title : Red Pix 24x7

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Published Date : 2015-05-26T14:44:06.000Z

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Published Date : 2015-07-24T13:49:09.000Z

(26 Jan 2010) SHOTLIST 1. Exterior shot of polling station 2. Close-up of polling station sign reading "to the polling station" 3. Various of people arriving to vote 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Voxpop, voter: "Well, we must have whoever is getting elected that there should be good governance in this country. There should be opportunities, developments. Particularly youths must get employment. Those are our ambitions." 5. Various of police officer checking identity of voters 6. Wide of polling station 7. Mid of people queuing up outside polling station 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Voxpop, voter: "This election, we want to be a good ruler, has to come and rule the country. And the country has to be developed now the war is over, so the development is fast development. We expect it." 9. Names of candidates and rules and regulations of elections pasted on wall 10. Wide of street and police officer STORYLINE Sri Lanka''s incumbent president vied with his estranged former army chief on Tuesday in the country''s first election since the two men led government troops to victory in the quarter-century war against Tamil Tiger rebels. President Mahinda Rajapaksa and former military chief Sarath Fonseka both are considered heroes by the country''s Sinhalese majority and were close partners in the campaign to defeat the rebels. But a bitter falling-out drove Fonseka to the opposition and turned Rajapaksa''s expected easy re-election into a tight and bitter race. Several explosions were heard in the predominantly ethnic Tamil town of Jaffna in northern Sri Lanka ahead of the opening of polls at 7am (0130 GMT; 8:30 pm EST), and election monitor Paikiyasothy Saravanamuttu said one of them was a grenade attack on the office of a ruling party organiser. However, a Tamil lawmaker accused the military of firing artillery shells into the sea to dissuade voting among Tamils, who were expected to lean toward Fonseka. "I think the government wants to minimise the voting," lawmaker Suresh Premachandran said. Military spokesman Brigadier Udaya Nanayakkara denied that the military fired any artillery. Unidentified activists were distributing leaflets in Jaffna calling for an election boycott, Saravanamuttu said. During the last presidential election in 2005, won by Rajapaksa, the Tamil Tigers enforced a boycott of the polls among ethnic Tamils. This year, however, Tamils were expected to vote in significant numbers. Though there have been no reliable polls, both candidates appear to command strong Sinhalese followings, and the Tamil minority - those who suffered most from the government offensive against the rebels - may prove to be kingmakers. Polls were to close at 4 pm (1030 GMT; 5:30 am EST), with first results not expected until Wednesday. Whoever wins control of this island off the southern coast of India will inherit a country still deeply divided by the ethnic conflict and mired in an economic malaise. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e0c559125c05258e00daf20b4187796a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
    

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Published Date : 2015-08-03T10:38:32.000Z

Candidates for the Sri Lanka presidential elections were on their last stretch of campaigning on Monday, ahead of the January the 8th polls. Until just a few weeks ago, the result seemed a mere formality. Nothing, it seemed, could keep President Mahinda Rajapaksa from a third term in office. He was the president hailed as a king after crushing the Tamil Tiger rebels in 2009 and ending the island nation's 25-year civil war - an issue his campaign has focused on. However, times have changed and an internal revolt now threatens Rajapaksa's hold on power. Health Minister Maithripala Sirisena, a close Rajapaksa aide and No. 2 in the president's Freedom Party, defected in a secretly choreographed news conference in late November, announcing he would run as an opposition candidate in Thursday's election. Power, he said, has become too concentrated, and corruption endemic. That set off a wave of political turmoil and energised a long-dispirited opposition. Jumping between parties and secret deals are part of the political landscape in Sri Lanka, but this has surpassed the norm with 21 lawmakers and ministers fleeing the government so far to back Sirisena. He has won support from the opposition United National Party, the main ethnic minority parties, many professional groups and some powerful Buddhist monks. The main Tamil party has also thrown its support behind Sirisena, saying Rajapaksa had made few efforts to heal the wounds of the civil war. But while it is Rajapaksa's biggest electoral challenge since he came to power in 2005, he still has immense advantages. His popularity among the majority Sinhala ethnic group - which makes up more than 70 per cent of Sri Lanka's 21 million people - and his control of state media will both work in his favour come Thursday. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/4ea834c25e9b00488d37067a3546760a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
    

Channel Title : euronews (in Italiano)

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Published Date : 2015-08-17T06:28:15.000Z

Sono aperti i seggi nello Sri Lanka dove oggi circa 15 milioni di cittadini vanno alle urne per il rinnovo del Parlamento. Un voto che si profila come una sfida personale per l'ex-Presidente Mahinda Rajapakse che punta a tornare al potere andando alla guida del governo. Rajapakse, leader del partito nazionalista United People's Freedom Alliance, artefice della fine del conflitto con le Tigri Tamil e della riunificazione dell'isola dopo quasi 30 anni di guerra civile, è uscito di scena con le pr… ALTRE INFORMAZIONI: http://it.euronews.com/2015/08/17/legislative-in-sri-lanka-sfida-tra-l-ex-presidente-e-il-premier euronews: il canale di informazione più seguito in Europa. Abbonati ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronewsit euronews è disponibile in 13 lingue: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels In italiano: Sito web: http://it.euronews.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronewsit
    

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Published Date : 2015-07-29T08:45:51.000Z

NEWS7 TAMIL Abdul Kalam no more: Malaysian people are also sad, says Selvaraj | World | News7 Tamil | http://www.NS7.tv facebook: http://fb.com/News7Tamil twitter: http://twitter.com/News7Tamil News 7 Tamil Television, part of Alliance Broadcasting Private Limited, is rapidly growing into a most watched and most respected news channel both in India as well as among the Tamil global diaspora. The channel’s strength has been its in-depth coverage coupled with the quality of international television production.
    

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Published Date : 2018-09-22T19:48:27.000Z

Global Patriotic Sri Lankan Forum responds to pro-LTTE group in Geneva (English) Watch More Video - http://goo.gl/2QWjSA
    

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Published Date : 2015-08-18T15:30:34.000Z

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Published Date : 2015-07-24T13:49:05.000Z

(25 Jan 2010) SHOTLIST 1. Sri Lankan presidential candidate General Sarath Fonseka arriving for news conference 2. Wide of news conference 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) General Sarath Fonseka, Sri Lankan opposition presidential candidate: "Prior to election, nobody is supposed to canvass or candidates are not supposed to do any propaganda by use of media, electronic or print, but the government is ignoring totally these rules and regulations, and government media is being abused and they are continuing with the normal propaganda, propaganda for the main... my main rivalry, who is contesting from the government side... propaganda plus counter propaganda against me." 4. Mid of photographer 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) General Sarath Fonseka, Sri Lankan opposition presidential candidate: "We hear that there are attempts to violate or deprive the people of the final outcome of a free and fair election, and we feel that as per the preparations I am of the opinion that they are making attempts to take us, use the force, to take us into custody or maybe to push us into an ineffective position where the government can make use of the military to rule the country." 6. Various of Fonseka leaving STORYLINE: Sri Lankan opposition presidential candidate General Sarath Fonseka alleged on Monday that the government was breaking regulations on the use of media in the election campaign. Fonseka, the former army commander, is considered the main rival of incumbent President Mahinda Rajapaksa in Tuesday''s presidential election. Fonseka has said the current government is mired in corruption, and has promised to change the constitution to curb presidential powers. There are 20 other candidates but they are said to have virtually no chance of winning. President Mahinda Rajapaksa''s popularity within the country''s Sinhalese majority was sky-high in November after government troops crushed the Tamil Tigers'' decades-long insurgency, setting the stage for Tuesday''s first peacetime election in decades. However, former army chief Sarath Fonseka, who led the government troops to victory, also is considered a hero among the Sinhalese and his decision later that month to contest the election turned it into a bitter race. There have been no reliable polls, but the campaign is believed to be close. In an ironic twist, the votes of the Tamil minority - those who suffered most from the government offensive against the rebels - may help decide who will lead this embattled island nation as it tries to rebuild after decades of conflict. Both have courted the Tamil vote. The main Tamil political party, which demands quick resettlement of tens of thousands of members of their minority affected by war, is supporting Fonseka. The government crushed the Tamil Tiger rebels'' quest for an independent state in the north and east last year after 25 years of armed insurrection. Tamil rebels began fighting in 1983 for a separate homeland, accusing the majority Sinhalese of systematic discrimination. Government forces crushed the main rebel group, the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), last May, killing its supreme leader, Velupillai Prabhakaran, and all his top commanders. Observers say the government did not follow up its military victory with an offer of political accommodation with the Tamil minority, which is seeking more self-rule. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/4ab2f9d95773b3b234bbe2fff8d9546d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
    

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Published Date : 2016-06-21T13:37:42.000Z

Tiger Trap (2009): For similar stories, see: Sri Lanka's Ruthless Anti-Terrorism Campaign https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EoICJrBlE_w Sri Lanka's Brutal Ethnic Struggle https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EuwlO9NLrqE The Library Which Sparked a Civil War in Sri Lanka https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cT6z8irTXHg Subscribe to journeyman for daily uploads: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=journeymanpictures For downloads and more information visit: http://www.journeyman.tv/film/4625 Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpictures Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD https://twitter.com/JourneymanNews Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/journeymanpictures Kumaran Pathmanathan, or ‘KP’, is the Tamil Tigers'’ current leader. Two months ago, he was snatched from a hotel in Malaysia and whisked back to Colombo. It seems Sri Lanka’'s government was behind the abduction. "What we have is an unlawful process. And that makes it vigilantism, that makes it vengeance, but it doesn't make it justice". For Amnesty International, KP'’s rendition is a human rights violation. Professor Gunaratna, a close advisor of Sri Lanka’s defence secretary, disagrees: "There was no other way to do this. KP was the biggest human rights violator. "The government is already planning to bring a number of other people home", he adds. The Tamil community is concerned that Sri Lanka is using the help of other ‘friendly’ countries to abduct exiled community leaders in a similar way. Though no longer open, the war between the government and the Tigers endures. Production Company – Ref. 4625 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, exploring the burning issues of today. We represent stories from the world's top producers, with brand new content coming in all the time. On our channel you'll find outstanding and controversial journalism covering any global subject you can imagine wanting to know about.
    

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Published Date : 2009-05-18T11:51:24.000Z

A rare collection of photos from Tamil Tiger leader Velupillai Prabhakaran's family album. The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) leader was killed by soldiers on Monday.
    

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Published Date : 2015-01-19T06:15:10.000Z

Kelvi Neram: Censor Board issue being politicised 3/4 NEWS 7 TAMIL http://www.NS7.tv facebook: http://fb.com/News7Tamil twitter: http://twitter.com/News7Tamil
    

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Published Date : 2018-09-15T04:52:09.000Z

Uploaded on 15/09/2018 : புதுச்சேரியில் நடிகர் விஜய் கலந்து கொண்ட விழாவில் தள்ளுமுள்ளு Thanthi TV is a News Channel in Tamil Language, based in Chennai, catering to Tamil community spread around the world. We are available on all DTH platforms in Indian Region. Our official web site is http://www.thanthitv.com/ and available as mobile applications in Play store and i Store. The brand Thanthi has a rich tradition in Tamil community. Dina Thanthi is a reputed daily Tamil newspaper in Tamil society. Founded by S. P. Adithanar, a lawyer trained in Britain and practiced in Singapore, with its first edition from Madurai in 1942. So catch all the live action @ Thanthi TV and write your views to feedback@dttv.in. Catch us LIVE @ http://www.thanthitv.com/ Follow us on - Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/ThanthiTV Follow us on - Twitter @ https://twitter.com/thanthitv
    

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Published Date : 2018-06-27T14:53:47.000Z

Newsfirst.lk Sri Lanka's Number One News Provider. Website: www.newsfirst.lk Email: contact@newsfirst.lk Telephone: +94 114792700 Like us on Facebook: https://fb.com/NewsfirstSL Follow us via Tweeter: https://twitter.com/NewsfirstSL
    

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Published Date : 2015-07-24T13:47:36.000Z

(28 Jan 2010) 1. Former army chief Sarath Fonseka walks into news conference and sits down 2. Wide of news conference 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sarath Fonseka, former army general: "Yes, they have given my passport number to the airport and they have said they have a list called a blacklist (indistinct phrase), they put my number, passport number, and my name and said it is in the blacklist. Then I can''t use that passport, neither can I go through the airport to leave the airport to go out of the country." 4. Cutaway of reporters 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sarath Fonseka, former army general: "They said the (indistinct phrase), I told you, the coup initiated by administrators, finally joined by brigadiers, colonels and four star generals and the opposition leader, and the leaders of other parties, in the hotel rooms, five star hotels, staying in a machine gun''s distance range of the president''s house to plan the coup." 6. Cutaway of reporter 7. Fonseka leaves news conference STORYLINE: Sri Lankan opposition candidate, former army chief Sarath Fonseka, claimed on Thursday the authorities had put his name and passport number on a blacklist, preventing him from leaving the country. Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa swept to victory and a second term in Tuesday''s voting, but Fonseka cried foul. He said the government had manipulated the results and said he will challenge the results in court. At a news conference in Colombo on Thursday Fonseka said he couldn''t use his passport. "Neither can I go through the airport to leave the airport to go out of the country," he said. Information Minister Lakshman Yapa Abeywardena denied the allegation that Fonseka''s name had been blacklisted. Fonseka said authorities were also harassing members of his political team and arrested some of his associates. About half a dozen soldiers wearing black masks were deployed at an intersection leading to Fonseka''s house on Thursday. Fonseka has accused Rajapaksa of using the state media to attack him, misappropriating public funds for his campaign and preventing displaced Tamils from voting. The opposition leader was back at his home on Thursday after a daylong confinement at a Colombo hotel surrounded by hundreds of soldiers. Mangala Samaraweera, a spokesman for Fonseka, said the government''s decision to strip the former army chief of his security detail - assigned to him after he resigned from the army - puts his life "in grave danger." Meanwhile, Rajapaksa pledged on Thursday to seek reconciliation with minority Tamils after his sweeping re-election, but did not indicate how he plans to deal with their demands for greater rights. Critics said the balloting showed the country''s ethnic divisions that fuelled decades of war were again near a breaking point, with many minorities apparently voting for the opposition or staying away from the polls. Rajapaksa defeated Fonseka by 17 percentage points in the first presidential election since his government defeated the Tamil Tiger rebels and brought an end to decades of war. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b75a86537074735141b9adaffd13b2ec Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
    

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Published Date : 2018-09-14T16:03:33.000Z

Uploaded on 14/09/2018 : முருகன் உள்ளிட்ட 4 பேர் இலங்கை திரும்ப முடியுமா..? ராஜபக்‌சே பதில் Thanthi TV is a News Channel in Tamil Language, based in Chennai, catering to Tamil community spread around the world. We are available on all DTH platforms in Indian Region. Our official web site is http://www.thanthitv.com/ and available as mobile applications in Play store and i Store. The brand Thanthi has a rich tradition in Tamil community. Dina Thanthi is a reputed daily Tamil newspaper in Tamil society. Founded by S. P. Adithanar, a lawyer trained in Britain and practiced in Singapore, with its first edition from Madurai in 1942. So catch all the live action @ Thanthi TV and write your views to feedback@dttv.in. Catch us LIVE @ http://www.thanthitv.com/ Follow us on - Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/ThanthiTV Follow us on - Twitter @ https://twitter.com/thanthitv
    

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Published Date : 2018-09-18T09:33:24.000Z

கபாலியில் ஏன் நடிக்கவில்லை? - நடிகர் ராதாரவியின் சுவாரசிய கதை | Radha Ravi FULL SPEECH | Radha Ravi FULL SPEECH | Director Ranjith | Thanthi TV Uploaded on 18/09/2018 : Thanthi TV is a News Channel in Tamil Language, based in Chennai, catering to Tamil community spread around the world. We are available on all DTH platforms in Indian Region. Our official web site is http://www.thanthitv.com/ and available as mobile applications in Play store and i Store. The brand Thanthi has a rich tradition in Tamil community. Dina Thanthi is a reputed daily Tamil newspaper in Tamil society. Founded by S. P. Adithanar, a lawyer trained in Britain and practiced in Singapore, with its first edition from Madurai in 1942. So catch all the live action @ Thanthi TV and write your views to feedback@dttv.in. Catch us LIVE @ http://www.thanthitv.com/ Follow us on - Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/ThanthiTV Follow us on - Twitter @ https://twitter.com/thanthitv
    

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Published Date : 2015-07-23T14:01:48.000Z

(29 Nov 2009) 1. Wide of reporters at news conference 2. Various of former Sri Lankan army chief and presidential candidate, General Sarath Fonseka entering news conference 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) General Sarath Fonseka, former Sri Lankan army chief and presidential candidate: "I have selected to politics with reluctantancy and I will make sure that democracy is re-established. Sri Lanka has suffered indignancies and violence at the hands of terrorists. We have been suffering for too long. We have done away with the terrorists. But now you can't leave the country in the hands of a tin-pot dictator. So we are going to ensure the country is governed properly. We are going to ensure good governance and the principles of good government, and the country's progress in the right direction. Therefore, I seek a simple mandate. I seek a simple mandate to re-establish democracy and I will look forward to abolish the executive presidency and I look forward to establishing a parliament to run the country which is answerable to the people of the country." 4. Cutaway reporters 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) General Sarath Fonseka, former Sri Lankan army chief and presidential candidate: "Executive presidency was established for someone to work for the country but the powers have been abused, especially that person, all the powers are being abused and the presidential entity has to be abolished to ensure one man cannot ruin the country anymore." 6. Photographer STORYLINE: Sri Lanka's former army chief announced on Sunday he will run for president as head of a coalition of opposition parties, challenging President Mahinda Rajapaksa in an electoral battle which will pit the two war heroes against each other. General Sarath Fonseka's forces swept through the jungles of northern Sri Lanka and crushed the Tamil Tiger rebels in May. But Fonseka resigned two weeks ago, accusing the government of side-lining him after the 25-year civil war. In his first news conference as a politician, Fonseka accused the president of being a dictator for failing to return the country to normalcy at the end of the war. He alleged the government was curtailing media freedom and dragging its feet on resettling war refugees - echoing complaints from international rights groups. "We have done away with the terrorists. But now you can't leave the country in the hands of a tin-pot dictator," he said. But there have also been questions about Fonseka's conduct during the war. Earlier this month, US officials had tried to question Fonseka, a US green card holder, over alleged human rights abuses by his forces during the war. A US State Department report said military attacks on civilians and hospitals during the fighting could amount to war crimes. On Sunday, Fonseka said he never covered up any illegal activity of the army during the war. The former general has pledged to abolish the powerful executive presidency to return power to parliament in six months, take measures to curb corruption and restore democracy. "All the powers are being abused and the presidential entity has to be abolished to ensure one man cannot ruin the country anymore," he said. Fifteen opposition parties - all with little hope of defeating Rajapaksa on their own - have said they would support Fonseka in the presidential election. Rajapaksa, who still has two years left in his six-year term, called early elections to take advantage of his popularity after the military ended the civil war. Government troops routed the rebels in May, ending their fight for an independent homeland for the country's minority Tamils. An estimated 80,000 to 100,000 people were killed in the violence. The government's victory made Rajapaksa and Fonseka heroes among the country's Sinhalese majority. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c0e29e259a5967e6ea9d6b8950eed8ad Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork

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