Media Center lie exposed, Tri-services Board begins work

  • 1 Nov 2007 05:09:12 GMT

    [Well informed sources said that the government wanted to conduct a thorough investigation into all aspects of the attack.]

    Better late than never

  • 1 Nov 2007 13:09:16 GMT

    Well , they do it purposely , in fact people in the south will live without eating but not without PUNNAKKU !

    note :

    lankapuwath usually references by sinhala people as BoruHeela , due to this they had to come up with new name , so no mater what the name of the news service but they do the same thing again and again .[In excess of 180 000 LTTE cadres have been killed since 1983 - Thursday, 27 September 2007

    In excess of 180 000 LTTE cadres have been killed since 1983, according to an official count of claims made by the Sri Lankan military.

    World`s most successful unsuccessful military

    Thursday, 27 September 2007

    More than 16 Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) cadres were killed in three separate clashes throughout Thursday, according to the Sri Lankan Ministry of Defence.

    Four were killed at the northern Muhamalai frontlines at around 1.30am.

    Further five were killed at the Nagarkoil frontlines at around 3.30pm.

    Another seven were killed at the southern Pokaraveni frontlines at around 4.45pm.

    In all instances, the military reported, LTTE cadres were trying to breach the de-facto borders.

    However, no dead bodies were recovered by the military.

    This week alone, the Sri Lankan military has claimed to have killed in excess of 120 LTTE cadres.

    The total number LTTE cadres killed in 2007, according to the military, stands at a staggering 7 800 and at morethan 22 000 since hostilities restarted in November 2005.

    In excess of 180 000 LTTE cadres have been killed since 1983, according to an official count of claims made by the Sri Lankan military.]

  • 1 Nov 2007 15:55:33 GMT

    Thambi doing homework!Keep it up man.You may be the new

    LTTE defence minister for Peelam.

    Good luck!

  • 1 Nov 2007 23:35:44 GMT

    Anyone counting the numbers claimed to have disappeared? I think it amounts to more than 20 million. Correct me if I`m wrong.

  • 2 Nov 2007 05:18:16 GMT

    At least these idiots must have consistency when uttering lies.