Tamils - a Trans State Nation..

"To us all towns are one, all men our kin.
Life's good comes not from others' gift, nor ill
Man's pains and pains' relief are from within.
Thus have we seen in visions of the wise !."
Tamil Poem in Purananuru, circa 500 B.C 

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21 June 2009 100,000 Tamils march in London over Sri Lanka�s concentration camps
5 May 2009 Debate on David Miliband�s visit to Sri Lanka, UK House of Commons
1 May 2009 Sri Lankan minister launches angry attack on David Miliband
18 April 2009 British Foreign Secretary is in Listening Mode
11 April 2009 200,000 British Tamils March in London: The Charge is Genocide - the Struggle is for Freedom,
9 April 2009 Tamil Hunger Strikers in London Refuse Food & Water
26 March 2009 World Tamils Forum London Conference Calls for Immediate Ceasefire & Recognises Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) as the authentic representatives of the Tamil people
1 March 2009  'Unitary Ceylon was an Error' - Conservative Parliamentary Candidate Dr.Rachel Joyce
13 February 2009  Eelam Tamil Murukuthasan Immolates Himself before UN Headquarters in Geneva so that Tamil Eelam may Live

31 March 2009 Over Hundred Thousand British Tamils stage largest ever Demonstration March: The Charge is Genocide - the Struggle is for a Freedom from alien Sinhala Rule

Thousands of British Tamils Rally in London Parliament Square, 6 October 2008

British Tamil Forum is Puzzled, 27 September 2008

UK Foreign Minister Lord Mark Malloch Brown meets British Tamils: Three Reports - One Meeting..., 17 September 2008
Remembering Black July '83 Candlelight Vigil before UK Parliament, 23 July 2008

Pongu Tamil - London 2008

Pongu Thamizh in London - 12 July 2008

Sri Lanka President's Dance with Some UK Tamils, 2 March 2008

Britain will Press  Sri Lanka on Human Rights Abuses, 26 February 2008
British Tamils Forum (BTF) - Photo Exhibition & Tamils Youth Organisation UK - Vigil, 4 February 2008
British Tamils Forum Boycott Campaign against Travel by Sri Lankan Airlines, 15 January 2008

Tamils in UK Commemorate Maveerar Naal, 27 November 2007

Tamils Demonstrate against Sri Lanka's Violation of Human Rights & Reiterate Demand for an Independent Tamil Eelam, 14 July 2007

Two Tamils face trial in UK for 'supporting' LTTE, 28 June 2007
International Educational Development writes to High Commissioner of the United Kingdom to Sri Lanka, 28 June 2007
British Commissioner in Sri Lanka on United Kingdom's Peace Building Efforts in Sri Lanka, 15 June 2007
On the Conflict in the Island of Sri Lanka - Dr Kim Howells MP, Minister of State Foreign and Commonwealth Office, 12 June 2007
UK Parliament Debate on Sri Lanka together with a Prefatory Comment by  Nadesan Satyendra, 2 May 2007
Who said Cricket is not Politics? �Come on you Sri Lankan Lions!� says UK High Commissioner in Sri Lanka, 27 April 2007
UK : �there can be no military solution alone to the conflict� 14 March 2007
British Tamils call for urgent international action - 28 November 2006

British Tamils call for urgent international action as Sri Lankan Government closes humanitarian aid supply route and attacks against civilians continue.

The Government of Sri Lanka has now kept the main arterial land route, the A9 highway, closed for more than 3 months, denying free movement, and blocking the transportation of food, medicine and other essential supplies to around 600,000 Tamil civilians who live in the North of the island. It is reported that 60,000 Sri Lankan military personnel have effectively cordoned off the entire Northern Jaffna peninsula. According to UNHCR (The UN Refugee Agency) supplies of food and water are "alarmingly low" in some areas. Reports also indicate that there are severe shortages of food and other essentials in Vakarai (Eastern Sri Lanka). The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has deplored the tragic loss of lives (at least 45 refugees including 6 children) and the injuries to hundreds of civilians resulting from the recent shelling of Vakarai (Eastern Sri Lanka), where several thousand internally displaced people had sought shelter. Amnesty International's Asia Pacific Director Purna Sen says: "It is appalling that the military should attack a camp for displaced people - these are civilians who have already been forced from their homes because of the conflict." - 
Full Text of Petition

Remembering Black July 1983, Mass Rally at Hyde Park, London,  25 July 2006  

Tamils Protest: Flying Elephant in Trafalgar Square, 19 June 2006

Hunger Strike - Thaya Idaikadar  , 2 June 2006
Tamils Demonstrate in London , 29 May 2006
LTTE included in Order of Organisations to be Proscribed under UK Terrorism Act 2000, 28 February 2001
British Parliament approves proscription of LTTE , 14 March 2001
Federation of Tamil Associations, UK writes to Prime Minister Blair on LTTE proscription, 14 February 2001
Federation of Tamil Associations in New Zealand writes to UK Home Minister on proposed ban on LTTE , 11 February 2001
International Tamil Foundation writes to UK Government on proposed proscription of LTTE, 7 February 2001

UK Parliament Proceedings on Sri Lanka - June 2000

UK Tamils Rally & Conference: Tamil Eelam - Towards Independence, 25 April 1999
Letter to UK Prime Minister, Rt.Hon. Tony Blair from United Kingdom Federation of Tamil Associations  - 1 February 1998
Reply from British Foreign & Commonwealth Office to Dr.Ilanko  - 12 August 1997
Letter to UK Prime Minister, Rt.Hon. Tony Blair from the Tamil diaspora sent through Dr.Ilanko, New Zealand - 10 June 1997
International Federation of Tamils to UK Prime Minister Rt.Hon John Major , 18 November 1995

Mass Tamil Rally in London Calls for Recognition of LTTE as True Representatives of the People of Tamil Eelam, 9 September 1995

Tamils in London Demonstrate Against Genocide of Tamils in Sri Lanka, 1995

UK Prime Minister,   Rt.Hon. John Major to the International Federation of Tamils , 9 August 1993
International Federation of Tamils to UK Prime Minister  Rt.Hon. John Major , 24 July 1993
An Analysis of the Sri Lanka Situation attributed to British sources - August 1991
background - Tamils in London demonstrate against Genocide in Tamil Eelam










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