Archive for February, 2009

Colombo, Sri Lanka – Confessions of a Liberation Tigers of Tamil Elam (LTTE) intelligence operative who handed himself over to the advancing forces of the Sri Lankan Army has revealed startling information that may explain the reason behind the terror outfit’s recent debacles. According to the former terrorist and future prospect for Chief Minister of […]


London (February 21st) –Two Grammy Award winning paper planes of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Elam (LTTE) crashed in Colombo last night, killing two people and injuring 58 others according to our sources in Sri Lanka. The first plane exploded into the Inland Revenue Department building while the other one was reportedly shot down near […]


Colombo, Sri Lanka – Researchers at the Sri Lankan Ministry of Defence and their counterparts at the LTTE Humanitarian Research Institute at Puthukkudiyirippu (formerly based in Kilinochchi) have been competing for months to produce the most accurate calculation of the value of life available to humanity. The defence ministry spokesman who leads the government research […]


Colombo, Sri Lanka – Our sources revealed that the Sri Lankan government was admitted to the proctology ward of the General hospital late last week after it complained about abdominal dysfunctions and severe pains in the butt. Leading British proctologist, Doctor Des Browne was pushed in to examine the government even before he was consulted. […]


Captain resigns

12Feb09

Colombo, Sri Lanka – Mahela Jayawardene, the Sri Lankan Cricket captain was criticised yesterday for setting a bad example by resigning after his team’s dismal performance in the recently concluded one-day international series. His one-time fan and present leader of the opposition accused the Cricketer of making way for a more talented and inspiring leader […]


Colombo, Sri Lanka – With the drawn out military campaign against terrorism in its last phase, the Sri Lankan government has taken a decision to divert the country’s defence budget to fund science & technology, education and research. Economists point out that the move will power the Sri Lankan economy out of it’s recent set-backs […]