Rationalists say that the average human tendency is to ‘copy’ one way or the other, when one desires an immediate answer or an outcome but have not worked for it. Obviously Lankans are no exceptions. It’s often a kind of automatic sharing of a ‘free’ environment.
As explained by Lal Wijenaike, the 10 experts nominated by the Steering Committee and drawn from various professions like engineering, legal, political and academia, with different backgrounds worked on an initial draft, based on interim report and 6 sub committee reports. This initial draft; can also be called as a Zero Document or Non Paper to facilitate further discussion has been handed over to the steering committee.
Experts in northern Sri Lanka are trying to identify the remains of dozens of bodies in a mass grave in the country's former war zone.
On Monday, 16 ministers joined the cabinet of Pakistan’s newly-elected Prime Minister Imran Khan after taking an oath at President House in the capital Islamabad. An additional five advisers were also sworn in with President Mamnoon Hussain.
A defrocked Buddhist monk extradited from the United States recently received a 114-year prison sentence for fraud and money laundering, while police raided some of Thailand’s most sacred Buddhist temples in pursuit of wayward monks and officials allegedly involved in financial crimes.
An exchange of views about buying Electricity from Private Power Stations has resurfaced these days. The question whether the purchasing of this power is a mafia carried out by the Ministry of Power and Renewable Energy has now arisen.