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"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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December 2006

31 December 2006 End of Year Reflection

Picasso's Guernica

"... They talk to us of the rules of war, of chivalry, of flags of truce, of mercy to the unfortunate and so on. It's all rubbish. I saw chivalry and flags of truce in 1805. They humbugged us and we humbugged them. They plunder other peoples' houses, issue false paper money, and worst of all they kill my children and my father, and then talk of rules of war and magnanimity to foes ! Take no prisoners but kill and be killed ! . . . If there was none of this magnanimity in war, we should go to war only when it was worth while going to certain death, as now.... war is not courtesy but the most horrible thing in life; and we ought to understand that, and not play at war.. The air of war is murder; the methods of war are spying, treachery, and their encouragement, the ruin of a country's inhabitants, robbing them or stealing to provision the army, and fraud and falsehood termed military craft.... " (The Fictional Prince Andrew Bolkhonsky in Tolstoy's War & Peace , Book 10, Chapter 25, pp 486-7)

30 December 2006 Comments to include

Thedum Manithan - தேடும் மனிதன் "I'm also moved to watch No More Tears in the near future after reading the piece by the ex-editor of the Sangam website. I was given the impression that No More Tears was a bad thing ... Perhaps I was badly advised. I admire the way in which Rajan Sriskandarajah has dealt with the subject - both objectively and subjectively...." more

29 December 2006 Tamil National Forum

Dr. Rajan Sriskandarajah writes from USA - No More Tears, Sister - A Film Review "My participation in the �non-violent� (1961) Satyagraha was, however, the extent of my own �rebellion� as a teenager. I now wonder as to what I would have done if I had been presented with the choices Nirmala and Rajani faced a decade later. The documentary �No More Tears, Sister� walks us through the options they had....What would I have done in the shoes of the two sisters, is something that I still agonize over. My choice, even though it cost me three-years in my career-path, was far simpler. Joining a non-violent movement was a cake-walk compared to joining an armed insurrection. By the time the two sisters came of age, the days of non-violent protests (Satyagraha), having failed to win Tamil rights, were over. An armed rebellion was taking roots, and their choices were very different to mine..." more

29 December 2006 Tamil Nation Library - Eelam Section

Memories are Forever by Karthigasoo Jeganathan  to include Book Review by Carlton Samarajeeva " I remember as a teenager reading the Story of my Experiments with Truth, the autobiography of Mahatma Gandhi, and a few years ago Long Walk to Freedom, the memoirs of the outstanding moral and political leader of our time Nelson Mandela, and being deeply inspired by both. Reading the autobiography of Karthigasoo Jeganathan, Memories Are For Ever, has been a totally different experience and a closer one, an experience which I could relate to personally because it is the story of a fellow teacher whom I have known for the last more than fifty years but who is by no means a world renowned figure like Gandhi and Mandela!  But ordinary people too can earn renown and resonance in the hearts of family and friends. ...This book is not only a personal story but also a perceptive sociological commentary on Jega�s life and times, people and events, politics and society, and other aspects of the passing scene which he observed keenly." more

28 December 2006 Struggle of Tamil Eelam for Freedom to include Stifling the aspirations of the Tamils - E.Stylo in the Sri Lanka Morning Leader

28 December 2006 Tamil National Forum

1. Sachi Sri Kantha writes from Japan - Music and Memories: A Dedication to Prof.S.Raveendranath

2. Alex Doss writes from USA  on Tamil Eelam and the U.S. Declaration of Independence

3. Sujay Rao on the Unity of India together with response by tamilnation.org

27 December 2006 Comments to include Comment by Professor Alvapillai  on V.Navaratnam - Random Notes by Sachi Sri Kantha.

26 December 2006 Struggle for Tamil Eelam

Tsumami: 2 Years On - A Report from the TRO Board of Governors "Two years have passed since the Tsunami of 26 December 2004 and the worst natural disaster in Sri Lanka�s recorded history. Almost 80% of the Tsunami displaced in some districts of the NorthEast of the island, which sustained 65% of the tsunami destruction and deaths, continue to languish in Temporary Shelter Camps or have been displaced once again due to military offensives, bombing, and shelling. There does not seem to be any end in sight to the suffering and deprivation that these persons have experienced, nor does there seem to be any chance that they will receive what they are due and achieve the levels of reconstruction and rehabilitation that the Tsunami affected of the south of Sri Lanka and other tsunami affected countries have already achieved..." more

25 December 2006 One Hundred Tamils of the 20th/21st Centuries  

1.  V.Navaratnam - Random Notes by Sachi Sri Kantha  "He was a prophet scorned by his generation. He was scorned after 20 years of association by S.J.V.Chelvanayakam, whom he considered as his political mentor. He was scorned by his fellow parliamentary colleagues (of the then Federal Party of late 1960s), who had settled cozily for the chairs in the legislative assembly. He was even scorned by the Tamil voters of his Kayts constituency in the 1970 and 1977 general elections. But, Vaithianathan Navaratnam who became a proctor in 1936 and entered the public life was made of stern stuff, even in his will to outlast his political contemporaries..." more

2.Remembering Mamanithar Joseph Pararajasingham - Usha Sri Skanda Rajah

23 December 2006 Conflict Resolution: Tamil Eelam -Sri Lanka to include

1.Sanmuga Suntharam on A Damnable Dependent Relationship "'Veera Suthanthiram verndy nintrharr pinnarr Ve-ron-true kohl-vahro? - Bharathi'  Six Sinhala politicos and some Tamil minions, members of the so called experts making up part of so named APRC have plotted a plan of political arrangement which is notable for its studied omissions to mention absolute essentials such as our distinctive nationhood, our homeland and by default perpetuating the status quo of the execrable unitary national status than for any practical solutions for the island�s nationalities conflict. ( The other six members are reported to have produced three more plans among them which are likely to be more explicit about liquidating the Tamils.) The Tamils have every reason to be extremely wary and must distance themselves as much as possible from this bait and switch and perhaps any more that might be dangled before them in the future..." more

2. Muna Tirunavukkaracu, K.Ravi  Nilavaram Interview - Conflict Resolution & the Contribution of Anton Balasingham "I viewed a video-clip of a Nilaivaram interview in which Muna Tirunavukkaracu - a Vanni political scientist; and a Puli Paddai editor named Ravi are interviewed. I have linked it in order for TN readers to benefit from. It is a splendid interview..." more

21 December 2006  Tamil Language & Literature

1 Tamil grammar work of Arumuka nAvalar: இலக்கணச் சுருக்கம் - ஆறுமுகநாவலர்  and
2.aintiLakkaNam tonnUl viLakkam of vIramAmunivar ஐந்திலக்கணம் தொன்னூல் விளக்கம் - வீரமாமுனிவர்

20 December 2006 One Hundred Tamils of 20th/21st Centuries - Anton Balasingham to include Tamil Writers Guild - 'Voice of the Nation of Thamil Eelam' Dr. Anton Balasingham takes final Journey  

19 December 2006 Reflections

"There is a sense of exhilaration that comes from facing head on the hard truths and saying, �We will never give up. We will never capitulate. It might take a long time, but we will find a way to prevail.""  Jim Collins in Good to Great

"Courage is almost a contradiction in terms. It means a strong desire to live taking the form of readiness to die."
G.K. Chesterton in Orthodoxy

18 December 2006 Tamil National Forum to include

1. Sanmgam Sabesan from Australia - தேசத்தின் குரல் தொடர்ந்தும் ஒலிக்கும்!  "...தேசத்தின் குரல் என்று அழைக்கப்படுகின்ற பாலா அண்ணையின் குரல், உண்மையில் தலைவரின் சிந்தனையின் குரல்தான்! பாலா அண்ணை, தலைவரின் சிந்தனையின் குரலாக இருந்தார். அவர் தனக்கென்று ஒரு குரலை வைத்திருக்கவில்லை. தன்னுடைய தேசத்திற்கான குரலைத்தான் பாலா அண்ணை வைத்திருந்தார்..." more

2. Ana Parajasingham, Chairman Australasian Federation of Tamil Associations:  A Tribute to Anton Balasingham "His earthy sense of humour and his penchant for racy language often shocked the more staid members of the Tamil community, but these attributes were very much part of his personality which was grounded in the language and ethos of the ordinary masses. I think it is best that we remember him - through his own work, the words his beloved wife Adele and  the tribute paid by our national leader. A sense of Mr Balasingam's quest for the ultimate truth is to be found in the Tamil book 'Vidutalai' �a collection of some of his thoughts. The essay entitled 'Man's search for Man '(மனிதனைத்; தேடும் மனிதன்) encapsulates it well in this paragraph that begins as follows: "Who am I? This is the cry that emanated from a remote corner of this vast universe inhabited by Man. Ever since then Man has been on a quest. Civilizations have risen and fallen; many mysteries have been unravelled but Man's quest continues.""more

3. Chandiravarman Sinnathurai on Transforming Dialectics into Dialogue - A Humanising Concept

The above photo reveals the venom of demonisation of the so-called enemy � the Tamils. In the heart of the Sri Lankan metropolis; a spitting-distance from the Colonial Central Railway Station, the distorted billboard image of the Tamil leader Mr Prabaharan is portrayed as a monster-Dracula surrounded by skulls of heroes who have given their young lives for liberation. A mocking caricature of the Tamil struggle this is..." more

4.Sachi Sri Kantha on Anton Balasingham: the Articulate Bandmaster "...Students of Eelam Tamil history have one specific reason to mourn the death of Balasingham. He will be taking with him to the grave some vital secrets about LTTE�s vibrant history, to which only he is privy to. But as one who stood by Pirabhakaran for almost three decades in fair and foul weather, Balasingham is entitled to take some secrets with him to the grave...To celebrate the life of Anton Stanislaus Balasingham (1938-2006) and for electronic record, I provide below two interviews he gave to Jon Lee Anderson and Amarnath K.Menon in 1987 and 1991 respectively. J.L.Anderson�s interview took place while Balasingham was residing in Madras. When Menon came to interview him in 1991, Balasingham was at Kondavil, Jaffna. Though more than 15-19 years have passed since these appeared in print, they still are worth reading. .." more

15 December 2006 Comments to include

Comment by Revd.Chandi Sinnathurai - The beautifully penned moving account of the late tesatin kural : Bala Annai  by Mana Tanapalacinkam is a fitting tribute. Only a week ago, I was at a religious gathering and there some senior people (I mean in chronology) who were talking with some concern of "Stanny's imminent demise."  Some of them had known Balasingham as their junior from his St Patrick's days; later in Colombo as journalist, then at British Consulate in Colombo and in the early days in London.  All of them in unison echoed the fact, in spite of their differing political shades -  (he was known to them by his middle name) that "Stanislaus was a decent human being and a gentleman."  One person referred to him as a "master mind". more

15 December 2006 Tamil National Forum to include

தேசத்தின் குரல் பாலா அண்ணா நினைவாக - M.Thanapalasingham " தத்துவஞானிகள் உலகை விமர்சனம் செய்கின்றார்கள். பிரச்சனை என்னவென்றால் உலகத்தை மாற்றியமைத்தலாகும் " என்றார் கால் மாக்ஸ்.  (Philosophers try to intepret the world, the point, however, is to change it). பாலா அண்ணை அழகான கதிரையில் இருந்து தன் தத்துவ தரிசனத்தை எமக்குத்தரவில்லை. மாறாக இரத்தமும் சதையும் , வேர்வையும் புழுதியும், இடப்பெயர்வும் அகதிவாழ்வும், பசியும் நோயும், ஏமாற்றங்களும் துரோகங்களும், தீரமும் தியாகங்களும், அவர் இருப்பாக அதன்மத்தியிலே அவர் பேசினார், எழுதினார், பாடம்சொன்னார், கூட்டம்போட்டார். மொத்த்ததில் அவர் ஒரு போராளி. போராளியாகத் தன்னை இனம் கண்டார், போராளியாக வாழ்ந்தார், போராளியாகச் செயல்பட்டார். " more

14/15 October 2006 One Hundred Tamils of 20th/21st Centuries - பாலாண்ணைக்கு "தேசத்தின் குரல்" கௌரவம்: தமிழீழத் தேசியத் தலைவர் அறிவிப்பு Tamil Nation loses one of its greatest sons: Anton Balasingham passes away  Commenting on his illness three weeks ago, Mr Balasingham said that, �it is an unfortunate personal tragedy. However, when compared to the vast ocean of the collective tragedy faced by my people, my illness is merely a pebble. I am deeply sad that I am crippled by this illness, unable to contribute anything substantial towards the alleviation of the immense suffering and oppression of my people." more

14 December 2006 Struggle for Tamil Eelam to include

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14 December 2006 Reflections

Sinhala Buddhist chauvinism has been institutionalised in Sri Lanka and today it has become more powerful than the politicians themselves. Indeed even if the Sinhala politicians seek to settle the conflict, Sinhala Buddhist chauvinism may try to prevent such a settlement. This is the political reality that those who are aware of the Sri Lankan situation are well aware of. This is the result of the grievous error committed by Sinhala politicians. In 1956 for the first time this 'communalism' was openly put forward for electoral gain. This Sinhala chauvinism which was nurtured by Sinhala politicians for their electoral advantage, has grown into a Frankenstein monster which now has the power to destroy and make politicians. This we understand very well..." Sathasivam Krishnakumar, June, 1991

14 December 2006 'Democracy' Continues, Sri Lanka Style to include

Sri Lanka Morning Leader on the Mad Hatters Tea Party "Demonstrations in High Security Zones (HSZs) are banned under new emergency regulations. However National Patriotic Movement supporters were allowed to enter the HSZ and demonstrate near Temple Trees making it clear to even the politically most na�ve that the entire campaign was orchestrated by the government no less..."

Buddhist monks demonstrating at the 'National Patriotic Movement Rally' against Devolution on 12 December 2006

13 December 2006 Reflections

"..the leader of the nationalist party... loudly proclaims that he has nothing to do with these Mau-Mau, these terrorists, these throat slitters. At best, he shuts himself off in a no-man's-land between the terrorists and the settlers and willingly offers his services as go-between; that is to say, that as the settlers cannot discuss terms with these Mau-Mau, he himself will be quite willing to begin negotiations. Thus it is that the rear-guard of the national struggle, that very party of people who have never ceased to be on the other side in the fight, find themselves somersaulted into the vanguard of negotiations and compromise - precisely because that party has taken very good care never to break contact with colonialism..." Jean Paul Sartre, Preface to Frantz Fannon's Wrteched of the Earth

13 December 2006 Forum on Caste & the Tamil Nation to include

Comment by Sundaresan Balakrishnan -  "I was born to a Brahmin family in Tamil Nadu.... My grandmother who loved me dearly used to sit on the porch and ask any and every one of my friends whether they are "good" meaning they are from upper caste or not..." more

 13 December 2006 Comments to include

" I discovered your site by accident. It is very interesting and well done. You must know that Frantz Fanon is said to be descended of African slaves, Europeans, and Tamil indentured servants. I am a student of psychology interested in how history and the world around us affect our emotional/mental status. So I was looking up Fanon and found tamilnation.org (and some terrible and wonderful information), because you printed his talk from 1956 to the Congress of African writers.  You didn't mention his Tamil background, so I wanted to make sure nobody misses that detail. Peace and solidarity. "Anne Brace, USA  more, together with response by tamilnation.org

13 December 2006 Reflection

I have been struggling in my mind against the conclusion that the Sri Lanka government is trying to kill or terrorize as many Tamil people as possible; that the government is trying to keep the conditions of the war unreported internationally, because if those conditions were reported, the actions of the military would be perceived as so deplorable that foreign nations would have no choice but to condemn them. And this would be embarrassing to everybody.  But it seems now that no other conclusion is possible... " Professor Margaret Trawick , ten years ago in  April 1996

12 December 2006 Indictment Against Sri Lanka:  Sri Lanka's War on Eelam Tamils - in the Shadow of a Ceasefire to include

Sri Lanka's President Mahinda Rajapakse's war crime in Vaharai: sustained artillery attack on  refugee camps kills 34 Tamil women, children and civilians and wounds hundreds

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12 December 2006 International Frame & the Tamil Struggle to include China's Submarine Base in Maldives

11 December 2006 Revisited

Self Determination & the 'Multi Ethnic Plural Society' - Nadesan Satyendra... thirteen years ago in 1993  "In certain circles where a search is on for a solution to the armed conflict in the island, the oft repeated mantra is that Sri Lanka is a 'multi ethnic plural society'. It is a mantra which the Sri Lanka government has also found useful to chant from time to time. The mantra has a nice meditative ring to it. It conjures up the soothing vision of a society where all ethnic groups are equal and a plurality of view points is encouraged and secured. But mantras intended to resolve an armed political conflict, must fit the political reality on the ground. The political reality is that there is nothing 'multi ethnic or plural' about the society over which the Sri Lanka government seeks to impose unitary rule. If nothing else, forty years of gross and consistent violations of the human rights of the Tamil people is proof of that. That these violations were no accidental happenings is evidenced by the statements of Sinhala political leaders and opinion makers during the past several decades: .." more

11 December 2006 Reflection

"...In the Sinhala language, the words for nation, race and people are practically synonymous, and a multiethnic or multicommunal nation or state is incomprehensible to the popular mind. The emphasis on Sri Lanka as the land of the Sinhala Buddhists carried an emotional popular appeal, compared with which the concept of a multiethnic polity was a meaningless abstraction..." [Sinhala Historian K. M. de Silva in Religion, Nationalism and the State quoted by David Little in Religion and Self Determination in Self Determination - International Perspectives 1996] Sinhala Buddhist Chauvinism - the Record Speaks...

10 December 2006 India & the Tamil Struggle to include

R. Cholan from USA on Indo-Lanka Relationships:  My Memories  "...A politically weakened Tamil population in Sri Lanka will in the long run result in the realization of India's worst nightmare. Nothing can be worse for India than a country in its backyard, ruled by an innately hostile population. India needs a strong Tamil hand in Sri Lanka, and the sooner it understands this basic fact the better it is for them. A chastened Indian Foreign Secretary, Jyotindra Dixit, six years after his debacle in Sri Lanka told me something privately, which he didn�t (or couldn�t) say openly in his book, Assignment Colombo (1998). He said to me �I say, if I were Prabakaran, I won�t trust any of the Sinhalas. Tell him that I told you so.� I never had the opportunity to tell Mr. Pirpaharan that..." more

10 December 2006 Tamil National Forum

Sanmugam Sabesan writes from Australia மாவீரர் தினஉரை-2006-ஒரு பார்வை  "இலங்கைத்தீவை அமெரிக்கா ஒரு இஸ்ரேல் நாடாக மாற்ற முனைகிறது என்ற சந்தேகம் இப்போது எமக்கு உருவாகி வருகின்றது. சிறிலங்காவின் சில செய்கைகளான வடக்கு கிழக்கு பிரிப்பு, திருகோணமலைத் தமிழர்கள் விரட்டியடிப்பு போன்றவை குறித்து அமெரிக்கா மௌனம் சாதிப்பது எமது இந்த சந்தேகத்திற்கு வலுச் சேர்க்கிறது. அமெரிக்காவைப் பொறுத்தவரையில் திருகோணமலை தமிழர்கள் வசம் இருப்பது நல்லதல்ல. ஏனென்றால் தமிழர்கள் எப்போதும் இந்தியாவின் நலன் சார்ந்துதான் நிற்பார்கள். " more

9 December 2006 International Relations in the Age of Empire to include US House of Representatives allows export of civilian nuclear fuel to India together with Comment by tamilnation.org

8 December 2006 Indictment Against Sri Lanka Sri Lanka's War on Eelam Tamils - in the Shadow of a Ceasefire to include

Sri Lanka's State Terror - the Terror of the White Van... Video

7 December 2006 Tamil National Forum to include

1. Nagalingam Ethirveerasingham from USA: An Assessment and Appeal to my Sinhala, Muslim and Tamil Friends

2. Sachi Sri Kantha from Japan: On Collaborators and Informers: A Cross Cultural Comparison

5 December 2006 New Delhi & the Struggle for Tamil Eelam to include

Indian Re-Thinking of the Sri Lankan Situation - Thomas Webber "...What is, therefore, real in Sinhala thinking is the goal of establishing Sri Lanka as a Sinhala Buddhist nation....The danger for India and the US is not from the LTTE but from the JVP, who would fight them when the LTTE is defeated. Before the Tamil problem, Sri Lanka faced the Marxist JVP revolution in the early 1970�s. It was the notorius North Korean leader, Kim Il Sung who supported the JVP at that time. The Island Nation will revert back to such a war when the LTTE is defeated and Tamils are annihilated from the Island. With the Sri Lankan armed forces being openly encouraged to listen to the JVP leadership, it is likely that the armed forces will soon contain a majority of JVP sympathizers, if not turning into the JVP itself. It will be harder for both India and the US to fight those elements at that point." more

 4 December 2006 Democracy Continues Sri Lanka Style to include Why not adhere to democratic values in all matters, big or small? asks Simple Simon in Sinhala owned Sri Lanka Daily Mirror

3 December 2006 Tamil National Forum M.Thanapalasingham writes from Australia - சுதந்திர தாகம் � விண்ணுலகிலும் மண்ணுலகிலும் சில காட்சிகள்  " விடுதலையின் தேடலே மனித வரலாற்றின் சாரமாக விரிகின்றது."

3 December 2006 Reflections

 Tamil Child in the Vanni"...Under human rights law, there is a recognised right to adequate and available food......whatever the full contours and permeations of the right to food might be, it is clear that it constitutes a violation of the human rights law to deny adequate food to a given population. Moreover, it would be especially unlawful and egregious to deny the right to adequate food as government tactic to control certain persons or as a weapon of war. The most egregious violations include denials of food and medicine or medical supplies, especially for children.� If food is likely to be used by both the general population and enemy combatants, the destruction or denial of food, in circumstances where one can reasonably foresee that the general population will suffer, will necessarily involve the indiscriminate use of food as a weapon... [these] denials also violate related prohibitions under the laws of war, and constitute serious war crimes...It is time for the international community to recognise that, in addition to medicine and medical supplies, food should always be treated as neutral property during an armed conflict. Because of highly predictable consequences, both short term and long term, food should never be used as a weapon of war. ."  Professor Jordan J. Paust, Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, May �98

2 December 2006 Indictment Against Sri Lanka Sri Lanka's War on Eelam Tamils - in the Shadow of a Ceasefire






Tamil Child in the Vanni
State Terror




Tamil civilians killed by Sri Lanka - in the Shadow of a Ceasefire... 12 months to date...Daniel Quinton (24), Mylvaganam Thavarajah (28), Nadarajah Raviraj, Murugesu Markandu (62), Murugesu Shanmugarathinam (56), Rathinam Sarawathy (59), Shanmugaratnam Sasi (20), Shannmugaratnam Krishanth (18), Sivamaharajah, K.Vimalathasan (30), C.Vijayasekaran (25), Sivasangaran, Thambirasa Lakiya (17), Mahalingam Vensidiyoola (17), Thuraisingam Sutharsini (17), Nagalingam Theepa(19), Thambirasa Theepa (19), Thirunavukkarasu Niranjini (18), Raveenthirarasa Ramya (18), Kanapathipillai Nanthini (18), Vijayabavan Sinthuja (18), Naguleswaran Nishanthini (17) Tharmakulasingam Kemala (19), Arulampalam Yasothini (18) Muthaih Indra (18), Murugaiah Arulselvi (18), Sivamoorthy Karthikayini (18), Santhanam Sathyakala (20), Kanagalingam Nirupa (17), Kanagalingam Nirusa (17), Navaratnam Santhakumari (18), Nagalingam Kokila(19), Sivamayajeyam Kokila, Shanmugarasa Paventhini, Balakrishnan Mathani (18), Sivanantham Thivya (18), Thambirasa Suganthini (18) S.Vathsalamary (20), Thanabalasingam Bakeerathy (19), Thanikasalam Thanusa (19), Pathmanathan Kalaipriya (18), Markupillai Kelansuthayini (18), Rasamohan Hamsana (19), Vivekanantham Thadchayini (18), Santhakumar Sukirtha (19), Uthayakumaran Kousika (19), Nallapillai Ninthija(18), Veerasingam Rajitha (18), Thamilvasan Nivethika (18), Suntharam Anoja (17), Puvanasekaram Puvaneswari (17), Kiritharan Thayani (17), Mahalingam Vasantharani (18) Thuraisingam Thisani (18), Vairavamoorthy Kirithika (19), Chandramohan Nivethika (17), Sellam Nirojini, Tharmarasa Brintha (17), Thevarasa Sharmini (17), Varatharaja Mangaleswari (17), Rasenthiraselvam Mahilvathani (18), Nilayinar Nivakini (17), Kubenthiraselvam Lihitha (19), Chandrasekaran Vijayakumari (27), Kandasamy Kumarasamy (48), Solomon Singarasa (65), S Jeyarubi (20) G. Kavitha ( 27), S. Ganesh (54) K.Kovarthani (28),S.Romila (25), V.Kokilavathani ( 29, G. Sreethraran ( 36), Primus Anandarajah, Matahavarasa Ketheeswaran (36), M. Narmathan (24), R. Arulraj (24) P.Pratheeban (27), M. Rishikeshan (28), Y. Kodeeswaran (31), Muraleetharan (35), K. Koneshwaran (24 ), Abdul Latif Mohamed Jauffer (Age 31), A. Jaseelan, Pon Ganeshamoorthy, Ambalavanar Punithavathy, Manaval Claramma Leela (75), Jesuthasan Jude Nixon (23), Cyrilappar St.Jude (22)  Turairaja Vijekumar (39), Kodalingham Linganathan (20), Abdul Raheem Latheep (28) Mary Medaline (27), Moorthy Martin (35), Ann Nilxon (7), Ann Luxica(9), Ketheeswaran Yathursan (4 months), Ketheeswaran Thanushkanth (4), Palachamy Ketheeswaran (25), Ketheeswaran Anex Ester (23), Abraham Robinson (28), Sellathurai Amalathas (28), Kanesh Navaratnam (50) , Joseph Anthonymuttu ,(64) Sinnathurai Sivanesan (46, Murugesu Shanmugalingam(72), S Kantharoopan (29), Shanmugalingam Parameswari (65), Ratnam Senthuran (38), Somasuntharam Maheswary, ..Thanuskodi  Premini Kasinather Ganesalingam, Thangarasa Shanmuganathan Sujendram, Thambiraja Vasantharajan, Kailayapillai Ravindran, Arunesarasa ,  Satheesharan, .Ramanathan Ratheeskumar, Thanuskodi  Premini, Kasinather Ganesalingam, Thangarasa, Shanmuganathan Sujendram,Thambiraja Vasantharajan, Kailayapillai Ravindran, Arunesarasa  Satheesharan, Thambiah Jeyarajah, Major Kapilan, Thambipillai Selvarajah, Ramalingam Suntheralingam, Kandasamy Vaikunthan, Anthonippillai Soosainather, Thevasahayampillai Jeyakumar Soosainather Subramaniam Sugirtharajan, Chandrakanthan Vijayatharson. Chandragajan Krishnagobi, Illayathamby Ramakrishnan, Thurairajah Ravichandran, Kanapathy Murugesu, Mariyanayagam Maruthanayagam, Suppiah Murugan, Sithambari Ganesaratnam, Visuvar Krishnan Bojan Renuka, Bojan Shanuka, Bojan Arthanageswary, Tharmarasan TharmaseelanN Kandeepan ,T Tharmasri, Soosaithas K Marinthiran Sebastiampillai P Ruban Selvarajah Uthayarajah, S. Thanabalasingham, Balakrishnan Rajeevmohan, Parimalarajah Robinson, Iyathurai Baskaran, Thangathurai Sivanantha Logithasan Rohanth Shanmugarajah Sajeenthiran,  Manoharan Rajeehar, Yogarajah Hemachandran (20), Thambirajah Arulajanthan (15), Joseph Pararajasingham (71), Jude Sugathy (Theresa) Croos (30) , Jude Arokiyathass Fernando, Emmanual Croos (42), Emmanuel Anthonikkam Croos (42), Jude Arokiaraj Parunandu (3) and many more...

 News & Whats New Archives - November 2006



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