Thursday, July 31, 2008

8 LTTE cadres killed in fighting : Palamoddai

At least 7 LTTE fighters were killed in fighting that ensued between the Sri Lanka army and the LTTE yesterday, in Palamoddai region. 8 bunkers built by the LTTE in the are have been overrun by the troops. 58 division infantry units moved into LTTE held territory moments after a heavy artillery barrage pounded the area.

Meanwhile the Sri Lanka Air Force (SLAF) flew a bombing sorties on an LTTE position after nearly a week long silence. The target was a suicide bomber training facility in Thirivaiaru, located 3 kilometers south east of Kilinochchi. You can download the UAV footage of the bombing from here (Source: defence.lk)

In other news another LTTE operative was arrested in Indian by the Thamil Nadu police intelligence unit. The LTTE cadres, identified as "Thambianna" is supposed to be a key figure in LTTE's supply network in Thamil Nadu. Five Yamaha 40HP boat engines ready to be sent to Sri Lanka were also captured by the police. Similar engines are frequently used by the sea tigers to power their medium sized craft.

162 comments:

  1. congrats! I'm the first to reply..

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  2. At the moment we can only see some limited actions in Palamoddai area or A9 road's west flank. Why is that? Is that because of humanitarian reasons? (getting disturb the essential supplies route), LTTE's resistant or the army is waiting for the right time?

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  3. ach-
    Assume you are from LNP by looking at the post. :)
    It's good to see some ppl can get a kick out of the first post:)

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  4. Blogger ach said...

    congrats! I'm the first to reply..

    July 31, 2008 12:38 PM

    LOL

    congrats

    :)

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  5. Shyam, Thiru & kuttu daily going to sleep thinking that they will get a Big/Good News on the following day morning. But so far what they got is only the disappointments. :(

    But some of the days they get some good news in the middle of the night (not really but on dreams-"the royal road to the understanding of unconscious mental processes").
    The best place to express what they have dreamed last night is DN/DW and they do it very efficiently.

    poor guys :(

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  6. Some thoughts on LTTE's military response

    http://www.dailymirror.lk/DM_BLOG/Sections/frmNewsDetailView.aspx?ARTID=21829

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  7. Guys,

    Tamil Tigers - the great dam(n)builders

    Tigers are very busy people; their admireres - they have many - say it is the preparation for the final battle.

    Those who let their buddies perform a Monica Lewinsky on them without wearing knee-pads, have other ideas; they call it the operation red bird, whatever that means.

    Despite all the hype that surrounds these amazing creatures, higgledy-piggledy has broken out among the masses of Vanni on many front, threatening their very survival.

    Tigers show their acumen in bund-making, I am told. They are in the process of building trenches, filling them up with water and then using the soil to make the bund, while intermittently installing bunkers in them.

    It sounds a bit geeky, doesn't it? Yes, it does indeed.

    However, they have copied this art from European kings.

    These lucky European folks used to construct their castles while surrounding them with high stone walls and the land next to them with trenches full of water - moats. The Leeds Castle in England, United Kingdom is a case in point. Very elegant and purpose-built.

    However, despite the robust structures, the luck had not always on the side of the occupants or more appropriately the incumbants, of these majestic structures; these things just prolonged their life span by a few months and suffering by cart-lords, by the standard of that time.

    Velupillai's bunds are aesthetic equivalent of nighmares: hastily built; outright ugly; not borne out of a blurprint; fragile and weaker than molehills.

    A journalist from the Daily Mirror called them the vertical wall. Even our dear kuttu wouldn't call a wall, a vertical wall. No sane person constructs a wall while emulating the Tower of Piza. A structure that is horizontal is not a wall; we may call it a slab. Having interpreted Ranil's soul for months, if not years, the Daily Mirror has finally succumbed to inevitable - embracing the reality.

    How long will the Tigers hide behind these dams for?

    Their admirers says it is eternity, something to be seen.

    The Daily Mirror journaist who broke the story of a vertical wall, goes even further. It says that the Tigers are constructing an underground railway line too so that Velupillai can make a dignified exit; a much better way of doing things than huddling up in an onion sac.

    I think Velupillai is up to a different game this time - a very ingenious one. I have my theory and it is as follows:

    He is going to pretend that he actually is a coal miner, not the chap wanted by the interpol for crimes against humanity. His survival against air strikes and ability for not being detected for 30 years, further enhance my line of inquiery: he may have applied soot all over him to convince his enemy what his real trade is - coal mining. We know from our elementary physics at primary school, black absorbs light leaving nothing to go out of him. So his detection has been next to impossible.

    Unfortunately, this strategy has its limit too. Miners are notoriously accident-prone. When an inexperienced miner learns his ropes, he becomes more prone to mishaps. So, poor Velu may end up being a charcoal, if he doesn't make sensible moves in the coming weeks.

    I wish him good luck!

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  8. Troops Capture 1.5 km Stretch on A-32

    http://www.army.lk/morenews.php?id=14882

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  9. DN...

    Tamilnet claims SLAF helicopter hit by artillery fire in Walioya.

    Any news about that...?

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  10. SLAF helicopter hit by artillery fire in Ma'nalaa'ru
    [TamilNet, Thursday, 31 July 2008, 08:10 GMT]
    A Sri Lanka Air Force (SLAF) Bell 212 helicopter, which was airlifting wounded Sri Lanka Army (SLA) soldiers from Ma'nalaa'ru (Ma'nalaa'ru) was hit by artillery fire on and was forced to make emergency landing at Anuradhapura SLAF base Tuesday evening, a well informed source in Anuradhapura said.

    The helicopter was badly damaged and now grounded at Anuradhapura air base, according to the source.

    Two Bell 212 helicopters were operated from Ma'nalaa'ru to Anuradhapura to bring the casualties. Only one Bell helicopter is now available to the SLA to transport the wounded soldiers from Ma'nalaa'ru.

    Sri Lankan Air Force in Colombo declined to comment about the incident.


    How it possible to hit a helicopter by a artilary fire. I think its only possible when it is landed. If it is hit while landing, how it make an emergancy landing at Anuradhapura ?

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  11. May not be defense related. Its true that cost of living is sky rocketing. But I see a good trend. Allways in Sri Lanka nothing can be done without politicians bieng involoved. For example taming the three wheel drivers, private bus mafia because the governmnet is scared of loosing votes. Remeber when police started charging private bus drivers stoping in places other than bus holts they went on strike and the procedure was withdrawn.
    Same thing happened so far with shanty dwellers. One good thing came out of SAARC summit is getting rid of these thugs. Now that the supreme court decided thay have no rights to state lands. Force is the answer to tame majority of the sri lankans. I think if Sri Lanka to come out of this chronic problem Gen Fonseka method should be applied. I have a feeling whem he retires he will contest for presidency. What do you guys think. I think he will win.

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  12. Perein,

    Clever stuff with the map (previous thread); thanks. I will add the link to my favourites.

    Side Effect,

    I am not sure if the actions are limited on the west of A9 but what I know about the terrain is as follows. The last time I have been in these jungles (areas like Kokavil where the SLRC TV transmitter used to be) was in the early 80s.

    The jungles in these areas are extremely thick. Almost every thicket and bush sporting thorns and spikes of varying length and sharpness. One wonders how even a rabbit could move about within this terrain as the trees and bushes are well compacted together. It is that bad. The only paths we could use were those created by wild animals like elephants. Even that was not easy as thorns would easily entangle you and delay your progress.

    Now I have seen reports saying that the LTTE have cleared the undergrowth to enable them to spot the enemy easily. This may actually help our advancing troops. It must be a daunting task for our soldiers just to get through the jungle let alone fighting the enemy. Well done boys!

    On the other hand, the coastal road from Mannar to Pooneryn is fairly open with sandy soil (if my memory serves me right) with plenty of wildlife on show. The jungle starts a couple of miles eastwards from the coast.

    Any latest information about the terrain from Defencenet would be most welcome.

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  13. qrious

    special one that, stuff that as many should read.

    if it eventually gets to you on email, the culprit is yours truly, i do admit to the crime...

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  14. rayan
    slaf deploys helos to evacuate wounded troops and also to drop them in and pick them up from and to battle zones... like you said, most probably it was a chance hit while the helo was on the ground if this is true in the first place. and also it can't be a direct hit cos the 212's are not heavily armoured and it wont take much to completely destroy one...
    and according to their own reports the helo made it back to A'pura airbase which means it was flight worthy after taking the hit...
    nothing from the government sites still though

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  15. How can a helicopter survive being hit by an artillery shell? And anyway, artillery is not used for attacking aircraft, unless it accidentally got in its line of fire. In such a case, I think even a slight brush of the flying artillery shell against the helicopter would most likely have sent the helicopter spinning. Even if this is true, I don't understand how this can happen.

    Defencenet,

    The UAV footage seems to be kind of different than in earlier videos. Is this the new UAV?

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  16. Someone in an earlier post said that we should not target LTTE evacuation teams in the second sortie as it was againts the rules of engagement. It does not seem that the LTTE followed any rules of engagement / conventions when they targeted(?) this chopper. I am not saying that we should be doing the same, but just to point out that the LTTE does not care for rules / conventions. We all know that, don't we.

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  17. B#1 said...

    Shyam, Thiru & kuttu daily going to sleep thinking that they will get a Big/Good News on the following day morning. But so far what they got is only the disappointments. :(

    buddy actually we are not disappoint when we go to sleep ..here is a great news to make us happy ..

    A Sri Lanka Air Force (SLAF) Bell 212 helicopter, which was airlifting wounded Sri Lanka Army (SLA) soldiers from Ma'nalaa'ru (Ma'nalaa'ru) was hit by artillery fire on and was forced to make emergency landing at Anuradhapura SLAF base Tuesday evening, a well informed source in Anuradhapura said.

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  18. Who is this well informed source? The municipal toilet cleaners?

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  19. Shyam said.....


    8 SLPF KIA and 14 Wounded in PALAMOTTAI clashes today ..

    Death of SLPF is increasing now 12 KIA and 16 wounded ..

    According to defence.lk

    http://www.defence.lk/new.asp?fname=20080731_05

    It says 8 LTTE killed and about 15 injured. Only 3 SLA injured.

    Tamilnet has no mention of this incident.

    Obviously you are being badly misled by someone. What is your source?

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  20. GR, Chief of Defence Staff, SF visit MUDDAMPIDDY ????

    http://www.army.lk/morenews.php?id=14882

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  21. ranil.

    Thanks.

    I wonder if it is hit at battelfield and badly dammaged (as TN says), why it comes long way to Anuradhapura for emergancy landing. I think there are lot of other places, even Trino is closer than Anuradhapura.

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  22. Mohammed,

    Can't really say that, because the helicopter was and Air Force one and the LTTE wouldn't know if it was carrying wounded personnel or not. I don't think the helicopter had any indications to show that it was carrying wounded soldiers.

    But that's not saying LTTE follows rules of engagement at all times. For example, they have killed surrendered soldiers and other POW's (incidents like Kokavil, Muhamalai Debacle). And of course, blowing people up and killing civilians is definitely not following 'rules of engagement'

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  23. Those who are happy when choppers ferrying injured soldiers are targeted are indeed depraved. If the army doesn't get around to you, then Kismet/Repentance/Karma will get to you.

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  24. Thambala said

    According to defence.lk

    http://www.defence.lk/new.asp?fname=20080731_05

    It says 8 LTTE killed and about 15 injured. Only 3 SLA injured.


    God sake the defence.lk accept atleast 3 wounded... are the SLPF having ever lasting lives...

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  25. I was optimistic of expecting something sensible from a yapping stink mouth.

    Serves me right...

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  26. Chamal, agree with you on that one.

    I am not sure of the inventory of Bell 212s in SLAF. But I think at least one should be used exclusively to ferry injured soldiers with a red cross mark. The Americans did that in Nam.

    Off topic: The LTTErs who come to this forum don't have a sense of humour. Their only comebacks are the type of taunting we used in the play ground during our primary school days. You know the type like "your daddy only has a foot bicycle, my daddy has Honda 90, nah nah na nah nah!".

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  27. Shayam

    more good news...

    Top Woman Tiger Cadres Die in Fresh Clashes

    http://www.army.lk/morenews.php?id=14885

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  28. chandimalli,

    violence is not the answer unless the situ really demands it.

    nevertheless i do agree that SL BADLY needs DISCIPLINE and options are LIMITED. vermin silva doing that therefore we do that is no excuse.

    i favour the singapore model for discipline.

    re: the 'attack' on a heli. as TN reports...

    that means tigers have been shelling welioya. why didn't they report that in the first instance? may be they are taking a beating.

    defence.lk reports a day late on most news items (other than air raids). this gap is used by TN for false news.

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  29. Two more Lieutenant Colonels..... Looks like the Mullaithivu leader of the women's wing has gone to batle with an escort. Might as well have carried a banner reading 'Hey I'm the leader. everybody shoot at me'.

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  30. My sources tell me that the damage to the heli is minor (I don't think defence.lk will even admit that this ever happened). And my sources are not municipal toilet cleaners.

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  31. http://www.army.lk/morenews.php?id=14885

    it says..

    "On Tuesday (31) troops had to direct retaliatory fire when the terrorists in the north of WELIOYA started pounding cleared areas with artillery."

    Was arti detecting systems used here?

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  32. Thambala, friendly advice, let's not go into arti detecting equipment. It may compromise the ongoing operations.

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  33. Mohammed,
    Off topic: The LTTErs who come to this forum don't have a sense of humour. Their only comebacks are the type of taunting we used in the play ground during our primary school days. You know the type like "your daddy only has a foot bicycle, my daddy has Honda 90, nah nah na nah nah!".
    100% true.
    :)
    Only with a small change>
    nah nah na ~ He He He...
    :)

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  34. Mohommad,
    Why do you think so?

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  35. Thambala, they have been making pot shot arti attacks just to find out whether we are using the equipment. If we divulge that information here, it will compromise. Agree Bruv?

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  36. Some babble mouth said.....


    8 SLPF KIA and 14 Wounded in PALAMOTTAI clashes today ..

    Death of SLPF is increasing now 12 KIA and 16 wounded ..

    According to defence.lk

    http://www.defence.lk/new.asp?fname=20080731_05

    It says 8 LTTE killed and about 15 injured. Only 3 SLA injured.

    Tamilnet has no mention of this incident.

    The key points here are
    1. There is not even a mention of this on TamilNet. Of all the Pro LTTE sites that relishes in even the smallest casualty to the SLDF this does not even deserve a mention?

    2. An Item has been publised in defence.lk about this incident This morning.

    However it was last night that one poster on this blog incrementally counted Sri Lankan casualties.

    It is clear as crystal that this type of yapper is being fed cow feed.

    IF THIS PERSON FEELS AN IOTA OF SHAME HE SHOULD LEAVE THIS BLOG OR AT LEAST USE A DIFFERENT HANDLE!

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  37. mohommad,
    Ok fair enough I think..

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  38. mohamed and ogre has added a new dimension to the blog. Warmly welcome all the patriots

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  39. just off the topic...

    After analysing recent developments in fronts, The trend is every weekend some major victories takes place.. Maybe this weekend tunukkai, mallavi and Vellankulam, Looking forward to them guys!!

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  40. Thanks brothers and sisters. Not being cocky, but I think this blog will end very soon with our forthcoming victory as stated by our commander. However, let's not leave this blog even after the victory. We can continue talking about bird watching (red birds) and primates (monkeys)which our LTTErs seem to enjoy a lot.

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  41. According to some sources Vellankulam has already fallen. According to defence.lk we are still at the gates of Vellankulam and Mallavi. They might announce after SAARC.

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  42. Mohammed said...

    According to some sources Vellankulam has already fallen. According to defence.lk we are still at the gates of Vellankulam and Mallavi. They might announce after SAARC.

    HE forgot to say VP asls captured by the SLA ..

    Hoo Modaya

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  43. LTTE supporter starts Thendral TV in UK
    this has started on 14 July..

    http://www.asiantribune.com/?q=node/12497

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  44. Shyam, your wish might come true, so be careful.

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  45. 80 Indian fishermen assaulted by Lankan navy

    LINK

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  46. Keep assaulting the Indian fishermen. They ain't fishermen, they are weapons and contraband smugglers to the LTTE. The article contradicts itself later saying that the LTTE may have been responsible for the attack. Anyways, our Navy is quite professional and does not have the time or the inclination to go about assaulting low life Indian fishermen with clubs. It is actually quite a funny article in the way its written. I burst out laughing picturing the fishermen being assaulted and jumping about.

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  47. Who is this joker who runs the srilankainfocus blog? It has a number of faux pas articles. One heading reads "SAARC Summit Begins, Unprecendented Crackdown on Dogs", I burst out laughing. What sort of self respecting writer would combine two types of news like this into one article? Dogs and SAARC?

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  48. [What sort of self respecting writer would combine two types of news like this into one article? Dogs and SAARC?
    ]

    Supply meets the demand....

    Hint: LTTE coolies are 'rich' enough to pay to buy these... hence the mushroomed sites.

    Let's ignore them (and the sites) and go on to finish our noble mission.... to the cull all remaining LTTE pigs.

    Less LTTE pigs... more progress and happiness. The formula works like magic to bring peace to the country.

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  49. Mohammed-
    That web site only content others portal news. Go easy on it maty. If you provide some comments via mail that web site mail address.
    Belong to a good guy.

    Lkdood
    Wink ;)

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  50. Okay, let me get this straight... SLN came and boarded 20 fisherboats, and attacked the fishermen inside with clubs???? When they attacked the boats one by one, the people in the other boats just sat and waited... no messages, no distress signals.

    This article talks about somebody attacking the fishermen, but doesn't say how many were there or how they came. They just take it for granted that it was the SL navy. Nothing to prove that it was SLN. It's like telling "We know it, you believe it". Maybe they think that the only people sailing in Sri Lankan waters apart from the Indian fishermen are the SL Navy. Lkdood, you might want to choose your sources more carefully because this one seems to be completely crazy.

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  51. I don't like pigs, firstly its Haram and secondly the few times I have eaten I have had stomach upsets. Bacon I can tolerate though. Offtopic I know, but I thought it would be appropriate to go into the merits de-merits of pig eating in this blog and I don't want to go the whole hog eating it. Its all hogwash!

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  52. [Sri Lanka seeks nuclear reactors from India

    With a political breakthrough achieved over the highly-contentious issue of the Indo-US nuclear deal, a number of countries like Turkey, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Thailand and UAE have initiated talks with the Nuclear Power Corp of India (NPCIL) to buy low-cost, small and medium-sized nuclear power reactors (SMRs), indigenously developed by NPCIL, as reported in economictimes.com
    India and China are the two countries in the world that develop low-cost SMRs (less than 600 mw) while the developed world is focused on large-scale nuclear reactors with capacities over 900 mw.

    The cost of developing SMRs in India is around Rs 5-6 crore per mw compared to the international price of $15-20 million (Rs 60-80 crore).

    “A potentially huge international market of development of low-cost SMRs has opened up with India drawing close to the deal. We have been getting enquiries from a number of countries that want to import SMRs from us,” senior NPCIL officials said. India was unable to purchase or sell its nuclear technology and nuclear fuel in the international market due to the sanctions and restrictions imposed by Washington following the 1974 Pokhran nuclear test. Now, the US has agreed to complete civil nuclear energy co-operation with India.

    It will now seek the Congress nod to adjust US laws and policies, and will work with “friends and allies” to adjust international regimes to enable full civil nuclear energy co-operation and trade with India, including, but not limited to, expeditious consideration of fuel supplies to nuclear reactors at Tarapur. - Economictimes.com ]

    Even though Nuclear energy is the best future energy supply for the entire world until this war is COMPLETELY OVER it is NOT a good idea to have Nuclear Energy Power plants in the country. Terrorist could blow it up!

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  53. [Sri Lanka seeks nuclear reactors from India ]

    Now that's real news.

    This is an excellent, bold move by our leaders with an appreciatable amount of vision.

    India should of course be given the first opportunity... with due respect to fullfil our nuclear ambitions...

    I hope they are prudent enough to meet our requests.

    But if they refuse....

    We should have back plans to receive them.

    There are a great number of Sri Lankan scientists waiting on their wings to get into this exciting new project.

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  54. Blogger Mohammed said...

    I don't like pigs,

    heheh the ruth is the Pigs don't like people like you who are freak headed Mukkas.......

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  55. Blogger Gringo said...

    [Sri Lanka seeks nuclear reactors from India ]
    NUCLEAR
    Buhaaaaaaaaaaaa

    Another thing Srilankan scientists .its a great joke who is it...?

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  56. Hey u Shyam pig,
    You always take the time to be little Srilanka in every time you get.

    Nuclear Energy is the future energy supply for this country. Combined with more Hydro power, wind power, solar power and some few geothermal power plants we can considerable reduce dependency and vunerability off petroliums.

    Guys, do you know if the government is considering using those geothermal hot spring found in Trincomolee and down south for power production? It may be a investment government should look into.

    Does anyone know how much advance LTTE caster oil biofuel production is?

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  57. can anyone explain to me why ealam is now being referred to as "Eezham" ?

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  58. [Buhaaaaaaaaaaaa
    ]

    No wonder you are breaking wind!

    Duka thami Ranjani...(copyright pera)

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  59. Shyam, do you really think that your racist / tribal / sectarian Eelam is actually going to survive in the 21st century?

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  60. Wipeltte said:

    "Does anyone know how much advance LTTE caster oil biofuel production is?"

    Castor oil biofuel production stopped as they found a better alternative. Apparently the yield from fuel extracted from their oily hair is much higher than castor beans.

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  61. Shyam THE KID-
    Are you any good at counting now?
    May be think about counting those (bleeding) red birds, that will help you to give up the terror and get a real job (One day!!!)

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  62. Mohammed said...

    do you really think that your racist / tribal / sectarian Eelam is actually going to survive in the 21st century?

    i am not a racist untill i see the racist comment ok lets forget about Eelam just talk about ur Musulim or Musala what do you think about the future ..Once the Eelam is achived you got no place to go ..you guys are just like animals living with who is on top.. Like cunning Fox

    Your ambition is just eat,Poop, sleep and expand the population ...just nothing else ....

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  63. WipeLTTE said...

    India is signed in a agreement that will help to fulfill the Srilankans electricity need but not supplying the nuclear reactors ...Unfortunately there is a problem that the India have to supply them through the Tamilnadu and Mannar region but Tamilnadu never gonna agree for that ...so just have a nice dream about it

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  64. Guys...

    Please stop insulting the Kid Clown .. Shyam.
    He's entertaining all of us each day. As we knows all we need to do is give him a theme, he does dance well.

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  65. Folks...

    Parasites like Shayam, Kuttu, Peter...et al... are frely available for any neutral reader to put under a microscope for further study.

    Here's a complete suprprise.

    Don't you think their attiude, thinking and 'aspirations' closely resemble the sinister claims and behaviour by the so-called 'Tamil' separatists who created hell for Sri Lankans for ages and responsible for 1983 violence against TASSLs?

    Readers... Just don't believe the word of patriotic Sri Lankans... use the freely available anti-Sri Lankan racist parasites for your research.

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  66. "Unfortunately there is a problem that the India have to supply them through the Tamilnadu and Mannar region but Tamilnadu never gonna agree for that ...so just have a nice dream about it"


    I love this.... Indian going to export the electricity to Sri Lanka via Tamilnadu .... Jafna... etc.
    I always love the MR gov. brining the business involved. (This will force Tamilnadu to keep the finger front of mouth)
    Bye bye terrorists.

    All these are sign of end of terror in SL (Unfotunatly some terrorists are blind to see)

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  67. So it looks like... Injuns & Tamilnadu get all the carrots and LTTE coolies get the stick and the boot?

    Hmmmm... So sad... decades of painful ar*e licking by the LTTE coolies 24/7 seem to have been forgotten by the Injuns, eh?

    I once thought they would creep in, attack us poor villege boys and mark the boundaries of the Elaam for the separatist coolies...!!!!

    Silly me.

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  68. Arrival verification at the gates of Elaam on 7/31/08:

    Group leader MADAVANI? Yes Sir!

    Lieutenant Colonel KADIRAVANI: Yes Sir!

    Captain VAGEESAN: Yes Sir!

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  69. Gringo

    Arrival verification at the gates of Elaam on 7/31/08:

    Group leader MADAVANI? Yes Sir!

    Lieutenant Colonel KADIRAVANI: Yes Sir!

    Captain VAGEESAN: Yes Sir!

    Still Live: No Sir!

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  70. perein

    [Still Live: No Sir!
    ]

    lol

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  71. Where is the Clown Kid (Shyam) when we need.
    He loves counting...

    Fierce gun battle in Mannar front; 7 LTTE bodies recovered


    Yako Meekath LTTE Spokesman wage... Onne wellawata Nahanee...

    I know he can undestand Sinhales. There wont be any difficutlty with above for him :)

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  72. Maybe Shyam is helping Kuttu to get his red birdie 'up and running'. :)

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  73. 1. SLA entered Kilinochchi district.

    2. LTTE Mulathiv female military leader Lieutenant Colonel KUMAVERI THANGEAMMA killed.

    [Three of her armed escorts, KANTHIMANI and PUSHPARANI, MAGOLECHCHAMI also died.]

    3. Group leader ‘MADAVANI' killed.

    4. Woman leader, “Lieutenant Colonel KADIRAVANI” and “Captain VAGEESAN” have also died.

    5. A TOP LTTE OPERATIVE, in-charge of the procurement module in Sri Lanka, was arrested in Chennai yesterday, police said.

    6. Fierce gun battle in Mannar front; 7 LTTE bodies recovered.

    7. 15 caders killed by SF attack inside LTTE teritary.

    [BTW, operation red bird is true and will continue. Butred bird 1 comes after red bird 2. Red bird 2 comes after red bird 3. Red bird 3 comes after red bird 4 and so on. So please wait.]

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  74. DN,

    this
    link and tamilnet say about "tiger attack on a bell helicopter".

    Tamilnet says, now SLAF has got only 1 for transport wounded soldiers from that area while lankatruth saying attacked helicopter was the only one.

    Do you have more information about the incident?
    Thanx

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  75. Tamilnut has lost the plot, they cannot write proper sentences anymore:

    "Meanwhile passengers traveling in coastal train service along south of the country are being subjected to frequent checks by Sri Lanka armed forces to prevent strange entering the Colombo city".

    "prevent strange"? What does that mean?

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  76. //"prevent strange"? What does that mean?//

    That means SLDF check people to prevent entering some one called 'strange' to the city.

    ___________________________________________________

    //A Bell helicopter belonging to SLAF has been attacked by tiger terrorists today. The craft which was attacked this evening made an emergency landing at Anuradhapura.
    This Bell helicopter was the only craft left for SLAF to transport those soldiers injured in operations being carried out in the North. The damage from the attack to the craft is not known yet.// -LT

    SLAF always go very closer to enimy areas and land to get injured soldiers. LTTE fire all the time and got luckky this time. There is no method to fight a war without getting injured, killed own troops and without any damages to military assets. I hope SLAF will take necassary steps. If SLAF can buy MIG29s what's the problem of buying suitable helicopters to move injured soldiers?

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  77. LTTE is looking for chemical warefare?
    ...........................
    Chennai (PTI): The arrest of the chief of LTTE procurement module is being regarded by the Tamil Nadu police as a breakthrough of sorts as he was wanted in various cases of smuggling arms and other materials to Sri Lanka.

    Thambianna alias Daniel (46), who clandestinely landed in Rameswaram by a ferry from Sri Lanka and came to Chennai later, was trailed by the police for a month.

    Intelligence IG Jaffer Sait told reporters here that police did so to crack his contacts before arresting him.

    "Most of LTTE cadre arrested in the state have been working under his control and he was trying to smuggle petrol this time. He was wanted in connection with smuggling of explosives, swimming and communication equipment among others and was a member of the Sea Tigers," Sait said.

    He could not send the consignments from Ramanathapuram and was planning alternative routes through Tanjavur and Pudukottai.

    Following police crackdown on the LTTE, they had shifted their sea route to Kerala, Sait said adding seven cases in 2006 and 48 in 2007-08 have been booked against various members of the proscribed unit.

    Instances of smuggling of ball bearings and aluminium balls besides fuel and other equipment to the LTTE have been on the rise in the past two years.

    Thambianna was arrested from Valasaravakkam on Thursday and remanded to judicial custody.

    Meanwhile, police on Thursday found 25 cans of some chemical meant for being smuggled to Sri Lanka buried among the bushes at Durgah Valasai near Rameswaram early Thursday morning.

    The chemical had been sent for lab tests as police suspect it could be used in warfare.

    ...................................

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  78. "Meanwhile, troops of the Task Force-1 flanking the western edge of the combined Mannar- Vavuniya front have also advanced their defences to the A9 main road south of Mankulam."
    -Daily Mirror

    I think the author is referring to task force-2 rather than TF-1. If the comment is true this is a major development. 56 Division already at Nedunkeny, some major offensives on the east of A-9 should be expected. But this option would depend on our ability to allocate large number of troops in the near future. So, end of the SARC?....

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  79. the "fierce" gun battle in mundampidi is interesting. this is situated along the A32 SOUTH OF vellankulam.

    although SLDFs whacked the tigers, that is only one part of the story. interestingly this attack comes a few hours after Mi-24s attacked west of vellankulam.

    how the hell LTTE barbarians managed to attack SOUTH OF vellankulam (almost at the same time they were active 1 km west of vellankulam)?

    we have presence in tunukkai, mallavi adampankulam along the vellankulam-mankulam road already.

    i have some suspicion that SLA was moving along the A32 TOO FAST that "depth" was not there ADEQUATELY. capturing illupakadaveli was a classic BOX strategy but vellankulam was not quite so.

    SLA should resist their desire to pierce through A32 FASTER than inland troops can keep pace.

    we don't want "culumnal" movements this time. lets strickly stick to the COAST to COAST (east to west) FDLs.

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  80. Isn’t liberation of three mn people from terrorism
    protection of human rights?

    http://www.island.lk/2008/08/01/opinion1.html

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  81. MD
    As we know there is no political pruasure to speed up the offensive. We don't have any hurry. In fact, it is good for MR slow SLA advance. (What will MR do if SLA finish the war tomorrow?} So speed is determined by SLA itself, I guess. It seems now SLA is willing to take increased risk.

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  82. ninja,

    i hope so (although there is no HUGE evidence to the contrary).

    yes; i also noticed SLA is taking HIGHER than b4 risks. but we should stick to the methods that worked. we seem to be doing just that.

    ohoma yang OHOMAMA yang!!!!

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  83. ninja

    You raise some interesting points. Force protection needs to remain a priority and for that very reason 'depth' needs to be created so that the crack troops who spear-head the thrust can be adequately rested and rotated.

    As our regualrs are showing very capable of doing some of the deep-penetrating stuff by them selves, there needs to be more focus on using them for close quarters harrassing strikes which keep pressure on the enemy, provide a respite for the strike-teams and also provide training opportunities for the veteran regualrs. This may become a very important function since there is a great likelihood of a need for effective ground saturation once the LTTE has been removed from K'chchi and Mullaitivu bastions.

    Is there a political and geo-polit necessity to rush along? There may be some, but the US and Indian scenarios do not look too intimidating. For a fact we know that Bro.O will do no different than George W, where terrorism is concerned.

    In particular, it is not like the present govt is capable of delivering a sound economic plan for the country once the war is over either. These guys are fighting the war quite well, but in peace time, they'd be a propabaly be worth nothing as a leadership. The SLFP never could manage an economy. They don't wven know how to spell the word.

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  84. perein said...

    Where is the Clown Kid (Shyam) when we need.
    He loves counting...

    Fierce gun battle in Mannar front; 7 LTTE bodies recovered

    Yako Meekath LTTE Spokesman wage... Onne wellawata Nahanee...


    LTTE spoke person boru kiyanaa yako... as like the SLPF spoke person ..

    but i think you don' have nuts ...are you trying to connect Ilanthirayan after the SL gov stopeed the telephone service to the Wanni and i assume that u don't have LTTE's shattelite phone numbers ...

    Now the SL spokeperson can tell anything he wish coz no way to verify the news ... this is the reason for drop out of the phones ...

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  85. Shyam said:

    "i am not a racist untill i see the racist comment ok"

    Oh crap.... I think he can't see what he's writing on this blog. Maybe something is wrong with his browser or he needs to get his eyes checked. I mean, if he can't see any of his comments (since all of them qualifies as being racist) that's a major problem. Maybe that's what affects his brain too....

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  86. PakaLanka
    [The jungles in these areas are extremely thick. Almost every thicket and bush sporting thorns and spikes of varying length and sharpness. One wonders how even a rabbit could move about within this terrain as the trees and bushes are well compacted together.]

    Bro, I thinks this is actually not a major issue for SLA anymore. After I saw your post I talked to a “source” in Colombo and was told that our mechanized or armored corps today having enough nifty stuff like the MBTs (T55 and variants) the IFVs (particularly the cool MBPs) and the APCs (especially the Type 63 and BTR 80) I am told are great at smashing through thick undergrowth and our bravehearts have used them very effectively to go in an liquidate the LTTE SOWs who thought the impenetrable jungle was a great advantage to them, to ambush SLA infantry (i.e. foot soldiers).

    These babies have also been indispensable I am told when cutting through “batta” mined areas. Of course, there are terrain limitations re. where these babies can be used, but evidently, this mechanized support (on small scale often) has been one heck of a morale booster as well as a life-preserver for the bravehearts I was told.

    So LTTE MFs…nice uh? Yup, you can run, but you cannot hide…!!!

    :)) :)) :))

    OaO Asithri

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  87. Some LTTE son-of-whore wankered to the following:

    [Only one Bell helicopter is now available to the SLA to transport the wounded soldiers from Ma'nalaa'ru]

    I laughed my head off at this and when I mentioned this to my “source” in Colombo, he too had fit of laughter…what a bunch of simple minded simons these filthy tera-bastards are! No wonder ‘eelam’ went out of their reach by the day!

    LMSSAO!!!

    OaO Asithri

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  88. [can anyone explain to me why ealam is now being referred to as "Eezham" ?]

    I can.

    The racist LTTE SOWs finally accepted the fact that “eelam” in Dravidian dialects means “the land of the Sinhelas.” If you look up “eelam” in a recognized Tamil lexicon this is the meaning you will find.

    So, what do you do when you find yourself with your head up your arse…simple, you just change the name of your sought-after racist separate state!

    This is how authentic this “Tamil separatist struggle” is….

    OaO Asithri

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  90. DefenceNet,

    A few days back i read some where that an "SSMG" was found somewhere around trinco. I assume that the term "SSMG" if used by our people for Silenced SMG. If so do you know the Type and calliber of the weapon & if there were any optics & what type of ammo was found with it (sub sonic or, steel core hp etc)

    thanks

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  91. Hemantha,

    Thanks a lot for passing the link in Island,

    http://www.island.lk/2008/08/01/opinion1.html

    My hats off to the writer Malinga H. Gunaratne. A superb article. Very much factually written. It gives the credit to the due.

    Hope we would see more from Malinga.

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  92. Asithri,

    You well said it mate!

    "The racist LTTE SOWs finally accepted the fact that “eelam” in Dravidian dialects means “the land of the Sinhelas.” If you look up “eelam” in a recognized Tamil lexicon this is the meaning you will find."

    That's the truth, whole truth and nothing but the truth :-)

    For three decades these morons have been fighting to give Sinhalese their land...!

    That's when we should be using your salute!

    LMSSAO!!!

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  93. Gringo
    [Group leader MADAVANI? Yes Sir!

    Lieutenant Colonel KADIRAVANI: Yes Sir!

    Captain VAGEESAN: Yes Sir!]

    Married? No Sir!

    Any virgins? No Sir!

    Carrying any war-like items? Yes Sir! Only RM-70 shrapnel up our asses!

    LMSSAO!!!

    OaO Asithri

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  94. //Shyam said:

    "i am not a racist untill i see the racist comment ok"//

    This guy has all the qualfications to be apponted as RanilW's advisor.
    ___________________________________________________

    //[can anyone explain to me why ealam is now being referred to as "Eezham" ?]//

    1. Seehale (The land of sinhalese)
    2. Seehale => Seehalam (In tamil you end the noun with m)
    3. Seehalam => Seelam (Its natural to drop h)
    4. Seelam => Eelam (Its natural to drop s when its in the begening)
    5. Eelam => Eezham (There should be some thing to talk about LTTE for diaspora and media except 10/20 cadred KIA daily day, tactical withdrawals etc.)

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  95. Clown Kid Shyam-

    "
    but i think you don' have nuts ...are you trying to connect Ilanthirayan after the SL gov stopeed the telephone service to the Wanni and i assume that u don't have LTTE's shattelite phone numbers ..."

    1) Thank you for confirming LTTE's dependancy about SL infrastruture.
    2) What make you say SL gov or none of he others not having satellite phone number?
    3) Only media usually call those terrorists to veify details, therefore normal slave like you wont have any of those info.
    4) As the final point of this posting, let me know where about you are, will try to get there, so you can look at my nuts, if your sister is available as a special offer will let touch too.

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  96. Nemesis,
    I think this is where the SSMG was mentioned.

    http://www.navy.lk/index.php?id=918

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  97. //Now the SL spokeperson can tell anything he wish coz no way to verify the news.//

    So all the news before this phone cutting was 'verified' news. wow, great, I didn't know that.

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  98. When these protests are done in UK, France etc...

    Isn't it our duty to wave some flags of the adopted country to show solidarity and assimilation?

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  99. All-
    Below is from SpecialForce in LNP. Wow.... Thunuruwan Saranai boys/girls. Let's do the final clean-up.


    Special Forces enter vanni heartland...Deadlines revised.



    Sorry no comments about the anticipated deadline...will see for yourself...

    a thousond things happen in the battle field which none talks about or report...the campaign is the most mysterious nd successful ...

    less talk more work...

    cmb...SLDF is prepared...

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  100. Well, LTTE has its own inteligent unit. Ofcourse, its not like that they get info from newspapers or web. Famous question raised is 'did LTTE get info for AAB attack from media?'. But does this mean the impact from news on web/ papers is zero for LTTE operations??

    I feel like specially this SF guy say too much. And its not like LTTE know all the things. Obviuosly, LTTE has to work hard to obtain info, verify them etc spending a lot of money and risking their men. In such a case I don't know why this guy put every thing on web and give it free. (If this is done as a part of psy-ops or to mislead enimy. its different. But I don't think its the case. Its hard to find any lie from this guy, but many true things before they come via mormal media.)

    We can imagine there is a part of knowledge with LTTE about SLDF which is appeared in usual media. But MI doesn't know exactly up to which point LTTE has SLDF info. And there is another part which LTTE don't know. So when you put stuff on web how do you know the info you give to public is not part of info LTTE already has with them?

    WhatI am asking is true for DN, DW articles as well. And some of you guys write things you get from your own friends in SLDF. Some one please clarify.

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  101. //SL ranked third in countries most hit by terror

    Sri Lanka has been ranked third and Pakistan fourth in the list of countries most hit by terror in the second quarter of 2008, a report released by the Centre of Excellence - Defence Against Terrorism (COE-DAT), a Turkey based anti-terror organisation, has said.

    According to the report based on a worldwide research, a total of 2396 terrorist incidents occurred across the world during the said period, thereby killing a total of 4204 people and injuring 7614.

    According to it, the ten countries most hit by terrorism in the second quarter of the year include Iraq with 857 terror incidents,
    Afghanistan with 334,
    Sri Lanka with 327,
    Pakistan with 216,
    India with 195,
    Somalia with 112,
    Turkey with 71,
    Thailand with 55,
    Nepal with 44,
    and Israel with 31 terror incidents. (ANI)//

    ok, now let's hope EU, UN, HR heros will compare democracy, HR issues, eduacation, health services, economy, public welfare of the same countries with keep in mind the above figures.

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  102. Ninja-
    One hand we all looking for info. The other hand we are saying giving too much away.
    Mate, I do n't think SF has reveled anything apart from saying what has done historically. As you have mentioned LTTE surely aware of all these things well before you are me read via the web.

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  103. Defencenet would agree on one thing.

    This time security forces have buried big number of LTTE bodies without telecast on media.

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  104. Guys,

    A Close Shave - and it's true

    My man who has an electronic ear in the military establishment in Colombo, told me an interesting story last night.

    It is about the way two LRRP guys, got into, what was supposed to be a strictly-no-go area, bumped into a folk of Imran Pandian on a cycle - heavily armed - yet made the narrowest of all escapes, much to the overwhelming delight of both his superiors and fellow men.

    The two of our men were appropriately dressed for the occassion - a form of camouflague. Of course, Tiger supporters say it is illegal to dress that way, as if they were the people who do everything in a legal framework. They can't expect these LRRP folks to wear suit and tie in their missions.

    One folk could talk in Tamil, I was told. Unfortunately, the other couldn't. The man on the bicycle did not surprise at their presence, in the what they call the highest security zone - where Prabha actually lives. He thought these two guys were just two of their own. However, he checked the identity cards and other documents to kick out any lingering suspicion given the sensitive nature of the area. Everything was in order!!

    He mildly started questioning the two. Fortunately, he chose the folk who could speak Tamil and I was told, it went rather well. Then the Imran Pandhian folk, who was leaning against his cycle while brandishing a macnine gun, turned to the other folk who couldn't talk Tamil. Hell broke loose!

    The Imran Pandhian guy couldn't shoot the intruders because they were heavily armed. Instead, he fired a shot in the air. The two folks could hear the arrival of Tigers like a swarm of bees from all directions. The stakes were very high and their lives were hanging by a thread.

    These brave soldiers knew what they were doing and they didn't give up like cowards. They were armed not only with a gear of military hardware but also with a flame of patriotism.

    The two LRRP guys started firing and then ran backwards - and as fast as they could.

    I was told that they ran for 12 km through the most inhospitable terrain when the enemy were following you like a pack of wolves, before finding burrow near a big tree trunk. Then they covered themselves with leaves to avoid detection and spent a night before slowly moving their way to the camp, reading the compass.

    Mission was not accomplished in a strict sense. It was not a failure eithere. Because, the combination of the presence of mind, sheer bravery, tact, resillience, dedication and the focus on the task at hand, is just as good as success. The two folks showed their fighting streak.

    It shows how far our LRRP has infiltrated into these so-called high security zones. What I just mentioned is not the last, I must say.

    Tigers thought only are they capable of launching clandestine missions. Robbing them of that skill made a big difference in the final Eelam war. Their defences are crumbling on all fronts and are untennable.

    Penetration that far into theirs, is just one example that why the army is confident they can liquidate the brutes before October.

    May the Noble Triple Gem bless these brave souls of Mother Lanka!

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  105. Thanks Qrious,

    Let's salute our heroes.

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  106. Qrious,

    Thanks for this news, and please send our best wishes to these brave lads and their CO's.
    Soon they will get the chance to turn the table on the tigers deep in their contr.areas..and then it would be pay back time!

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  107. Qrious

    When you start writing stories ...nice dream ...! have you checked the folks whether they are shit on their pants while they telling their dream ....

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  108. Qrious-
    A Close Shave - and it's true...

    Bro, thank you for sharing the heroic event.
    May the Noble Triple Gem bless these brave hearts.

    One thing for sure, we are very closer to the final target. Surely, August 2008 will be a eventful month.

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  109. Shyam-

    Qrious

    When you start writing stories ...nice dream ...! have you checked the folks whether they are shit on their pants while they telling their dream ....


    Or dear.... Now you wish you never called "The Qrious"...
    Sit back and Shit on your self :) ..

    It's the month of Aug 2008 :)

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  110. Shyam,
    The intensity is such that the LTTE terrorists have whined that the Sri Lankan Army is engaged in suicide missions. (Folks have no qualms, such is the bravery of our kollo)

    Also..
    Have you no shame? Your guillibility has been exposed. The supposed cheese that has been fed to you by your Company turned out to be cow cud!

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  111. Qrious,

    Shyam have given a good title for your next writing.

    "shit on their pants"

    and i will request you to add how VP do it, when he get the message "2 Kfr, 2MIG from Katu".. please.

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  112. All this talk of major counter attacks, action expected to start once we enter Kili, Tigers waiting in silence for a big surprise, and operation red bird reminds me of the US invasion of Iraq in 2003. The analysts were expecting the action to thicken once the coalition forces come up againts the elite republican guard once they get close to Baghdad. All that happened was the elite guard melted into the civilian population, the Iraqi army withered away, mass desertions and surrenders ensued. The coalition forces practically walked into Iraq. Add to that, they were no WMDs. Striking similarities to this current war in the wanni I must say. But lets not get cocky.

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  113. Looks like that woman tiger leader killed in Mullaitivu was a Diva. She had four female bodyguards protecting her (wardrobe assistants?), and the bodyguards were killed too, along with a few groupies.

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  114. //Troops march into Kilinochchi district; 20 terrorists killed in yesterday's clashes

    Victorious troops engaged in Wanni liberation mission yesterday (July 31) crossed the district borders between Mannar and Kilinochchi districts at an undisclosed location on the Mannar- Vavuniya combined warfront. According to the defence sources, fall of Vellankulam, the next town come across after Iluppaikkadavai when traveling northwards on the Mannar- Pooneryn (A-32) road is imminent.//

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  115. I'd like to echo one particular statement from Qrious's A Close Shave - and it's true'

    ".....They were armed not only with a gear of military hardware but also with a flame of patriotism...."

    thanks mate for sharing the bravery and the sentiments with us.

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  116. Shyam

    a bit of advise, if you will take it.

    don't cross swords with those who don't carry swords...

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  117. OFF TOPIC

    read the following news & comments by the readers. Its hardly expected that kind of comments by the LEN readers.

    http://lankaenews.com/Sinhala/news.php?id=6040

    Seems Army commander managed to win the hearts of UNP'rs also

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  118. Shyam doesn't carry swords, only Thailavar Dung to fling at others.

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  119. //Troops march into Kilinochchi district; 20 terrorists killed in yesterday's clashes//

    Troops marched into Kilinochchi district, but Vellankulam isn't fallen yet, troops entered into the Dunukawa (tunukkai) town, ???

    Can anybody explain?

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  120. "Seems Army commander managed to win the hearts of UNP'rs also"

    its high time UNP top guns win the heart of the army commander!!

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  121. //Can anybody explain?//

    I guess just to enter in to k'chi district they don't need to go via velankulam. Probably they have entered via jungles avoiding the A-32.

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  122. //Troops march into Kilinochchi district; 20 terrorists killed in yesterday's clashes//

    Troops marched into Kilinochchi district, but Vellankulam isn't fallen yet, troops entered into the Dunukawa (tunukkai) town, ???

    Can anybody explain?

    It seems some troops cross the Vellankulama - Mankulama Road bypassing the Vellankulama town center. While others attacking south of Vellankulama
    Check the following map

    http://www.defence.lk/new.asp?fname=20080730_08

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  123. someone asked about LTTE arti in poonaryn.

    total tiger posessions,
    130mm - > 4 guns
    122mm - > 20 guns
    120mm - 80 guns

    http://www.sibernews.com/news/featured-article/-200708279404/

    this article is about one year old and figures are guestimates.

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  124. http://www.tmmm.tsk.mil.tr/publications/newsletter/newsletter7.pdf

    look at page 3.

    the true position is that of the LTTE.

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  125. Mirror Defence Line

    http://www.dailymirror.wijeya.lk/DM_BLOG/Sections/frmNewsDetailView.aspx?ARTID=22046

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  126. Are there sporadic attacks in Pooneryn?


    Wouldn't it make sense to withhold attacks and watch for the big guns (for aerial targetting) if it is a small force penetration/

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  127. Shyam said,

    Qrious

    When you start writing stories ...nice dream ...! have you checked the folks whether they are shit on their pants while they telling their dream ....


    I made up mind a while ago to leave you alone despite your silly postings.

    Without verifying facts, you just pour scorned on my little piece of true news. That elevates your ranking from an ignorant to an idiot with a clownish streak. Now, I am going to skin you, beause you didn't insult me, but those two brave soldiers who risked their lives to make us free from the terror.

    We all wet our pants sometimes in our lives. You wet your bedlinings all the time, don't you? It is your leader who s*** in his pants now. He must know his niche has been infiltrated into. The man who used to shake while planning his escape to South Africa during Jayasikurui, according to Karuna, will not be more brave than that, when the operations without codenames are mushrooming around his hideout.

    Shyam, that is the place to look for that substance you are fascinated with - s***.

    I wish you lived when King Henry VIII was alive. You are destrying Queen's langusge, mate; if you were a product in that era, you would have lost your remaining ball.

    I have a feeling that you don't have two balls. My reason is very simple: if you have both, your writing may have a bit more balanced. You are ruining the English language and deserve a punishment for it.

    Your postings are hilariously polarized. That tendency stems from the absence of one ball. If you ignore this medical condition for long, you are dangerously going to lose the balance and consequences I can only imagine.

    I have a solution mate; all you have to do is buy of some bluetack from a high-steet shop, take a lump and make sure it is equal in weight to your existing ball. Then just stick it at the right place in the name of Qrious.

    Once you do that, just drop a line.

    I am sure we are going to witness a changed Shyam with his legendary stupidity behind him.

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  128. Shyam

    now don't tell us you weren't warned, there were two to be precise.

    ralet what happend to you to your beloved thalaivar, and try to make him realise the same will happen to him..

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  129. Shyam

    I meant

    relate what happened to you, in you state of shock you may not realise the typo....but there is one.

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  130. Guys,

    Thanks for the appreciation extended on my little piece of true news about two brave soldiers. I will share these things when I get them provided that it doesn't play into the hands of enemy or Ranil.

    There are some photographs of funerals of dead Tiger leaders
    here.

    Those who don't understand Tamil can do the following to partially to get away with:

    Right click the image and the press save as phrase. It shows the name in English.

    That's what I do anyway.

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  131. Sorry off topic…

    Ballata ethi vedakuth ne…hemin gamanakuth ne…kivvalu….ahem….

    It is a good idea to make Colombo a stray dog-free zone. It is a sign of poverty apparently, to have mangy stray dogs running about in our capital city. It is also a catalyst for traffic accidents and of course propagation of rabies. But most of all, they mess up all our newly done SAARC flower beds on the roundabouts…which cannot be tolerated for a moment…r..rrr..rr..Ruff… !

    The government is planning to spend money catching, vaccinating, castrating and letting the scruffy dogs loose back in to the “environment” where they will spend the rest of their unproductive lives and return to dust. If the scheme works, in about 12 years (average life span of a dog) we may not have a dog on our streets even for medicinal purposes. ..woof…woof…

    Apo…ballek hoyaganda nehenay behethakatavath…

    When the Koreans were building the “Isurupaya” building (or another building nearby) in a small suburb near the parliament building, the local residents noticed a distinct reduction of stray dogs in the area. Local people were commenting exactly as above.

    Based on this observation therefore I suggest another way to contain the canine problem in our Pukka Land for FREE would be to invite Korean labour forces to carry out all our building and other labour intensive pukka projects in and around the capital for a period of just one year. Results guaranteed. Save the injection money to castrate the tigers, I say.

    Allegedly when Koreans first came to London, they were all looking for accommodation in the Battersea area. Apparently they thought Battersea Dogs Home was a take-away joint! Kevin might be able to confirm?

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  132. Why are so many dogs attracted to the B M I C H anyway? Is it because our stupid dogs who can’t read properly think the acronym is B I T C H??

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  133. News flash….
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    The Defence Ministry wants to establish a Tiger-Free Zone at the BMICH -- the venue of the SAARC summit -- and the Vilpattu National Park. Sri Lanka defence forces, acting on a request made by Defence Minister Gotabhaya Rajapaksa, began rounding up stray tigers in these areas from last November.

    The CMC’s chief veterinary Surgeon Dr. D. Illeperuma said the government policy was to castrate stray tigers and let them live (wink, wink) in their own environment called dreamlaam.

    “Stray tigers are a symbol of depravity. We are continuing with our policy of castrating these tiger dogs. At present there are no more than 3,300 stray tigers in the north and most of them are castrated and we have allowed them to remain in the environment (wink, wink) in special enclosures approximately 6 foot underground.

    “It’s a difficult task to evacuate street tigers. Even if we remove all in one area another set of tiger dogs would come to the same area but for the time being we are doing our best to take away the ones roaming near the summit venue,” he said.

    Dr. Illeperuma said that twenty four tiger dogs from areas around the BITCH had been taken to the CMC’s dog/tiger pound on the 4th floor in white vans. He said the dog tigers were tagged and would be released (wink, wink) in to the same area after the summit, or before the summit, who cares. Or even during the summit...

    He said these dogs had destroyed newly-done flower beds in the Viharamahadevi Park (naughty, naughty) which was revamped for the SAARC summit and therefore any tigers found in the park too would be locked up until the end of the summit and then released to dreamlaam.

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  134. Qrious, great comeback mate. I can't actually find the article on the funerals on Puthinam, where is it?

    Shyam, you have been had.

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  135. Mohammad,

    Just clink on the little photographs in the middle column and you will see them in two of them.

    pakka-lanka,

    I have an idea about dealing with stray dogs, more humanely.

    How about putting them around our army camps? I am sure they won't leave any single alone thing that just moves.

    They can be fed on left-overs and it makes economic sense too.

    However, the chorous will not music to the ears of the neighbours. If we let resonance takes place at that time, it can cause a seismic inconvenience.

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  136. Qrious, no joking, but our Navy already uses stray dogs to guard their bunkers. They are the first to alert when anyone gets too near. A cheap and effective use of stray dogs pioneered by SLN!

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  137. SLPF is arrests a lot of ruuners and kept them in Nugegoda army camp and these guys are gonna face the bars ...

    i got a question is army forcing its carders to the death ..if the army is on victory march then are the buggers keep on running .....

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  138. Mohammed said...

    Qrious, no joking, but our Navy already uses stray dogs to guard their bunkers.

    Stray dogs are speaking about stray dogs ... hoo hooo and specially it thinking to use them for their security alerts ...

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  139. Shyam, mate the more and more you flame bloggers on this forum, the more and more you are going to lose your credibility (if you haven't lost it already). Your lame comebacks pale in comparison to the rest of us. Do you even speak and write proper English? Who are you? A cash and carry checkout staff with a laptop? I may have bought vegetables from you in the past.

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  140. Shyam, at this rate, the only thing at your disposal to alert you to our troops approach on Kili will be your red birds.

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  141. the Mi says that the LTTE is looking to make a landing in Nagarkovil and capture the Jaffna ... and it further said that SLPF marching in to the traps....

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  142. Qrious/Mohammed,

    What a good idea indeed. Let our four-legged (unwanted) friends earn their keep by providing an early warning system for our boys on the front.

    I am off to see a good (Tamil) friend of mine tomorrow. I shall learn a few phrases of Tamil to compliment my knowledge of the Tamil alphabet.

    I wish all patriots on this blog a very good weekend!

    (to the rest - "Be afraid... be very afraid…the end is surely nigh thee…it shall overtake thee in the dark like an arrow…and thou shalt be ushered in to thy dreamlaam forthwith….with no soul to hearken to thy plea for mercy…nay…not a soul…behold… Pukka Lanka has spoken…yea…so be it written in the volumes of cyberspace….so long my disgusting ones…so long…”)

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  143. This is not the first time we have heard this "MI". You think the SLDF is just going to sit back and watch?

    PS, SLN use stray dogs to fight LTTE pigs because they just can't be bothered. Its better to let animals fight it out between themselves, and it saves ammo.

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  144. "PS, SLN use stray dogs to fight LTTE pigs because they just can't be bothered. Its better to let animals fight it out between themselves, and it saves ammo."

    Ha haa...pukka brother! How true too? My sides split...

    You take care Mo.

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  145. there will be a tremendous attack on the Sri lankan forces in the coming weeks and months, from what i hear this attack is the most planned and devastating one in eelam war4, till this point we still dont know where it will originate from and where it will take place, that information is only with the ltte top brass. However, one thing for certain is that this is going to be a do or die attack, so for all you premature ejaculaters of lighting fireworks as if the war is done, wait and see.

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  146. Cheers Pukka Bruv. Have a great weekend and hope you improve your Tamil vocab!

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  147. "do or die attack", ha ha ha ha, so you are actually admitting that this is Vezapizza's last stand? Bring it on! What you don't seem to get into your thick oily haired is that we will not just sit and watch while you conduct your "tremendous attack".

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  148. mohammed, the tigers are not modhayas, they dont expect the enemy to sit and watch, they plan according to the enemy's capability, they do not underestimate the enemy, like i said the upcoming battles are going to be decisive.

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  149. peelam bootlickers waiting for an attack....poor shit eaters ... LTTE can only attack civilian busses and mosques and temples only. SEE THE LAST COUNTER ATTACK where over 100 charly antony sarong briagade goons were freed from thier miserable lives under VP.

    mohhomed , you might be interested in this article and like to add some comment to it..

    http://www.army.lk/morenews.php?id=14905

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  150. Mohammed, thanks mate for your idea;

    Shyam-the-single-ball You once again showed us where your thinkinb parts are. Thank you too.

    thiru said,

    like i said the upcoming battles are going to be decisive.


    Yes, certainly, mate. How about the fights we just finished? They were decisive as well, if you meant, make-or-break.

    I assume you are delivering us a thinly-veiled warning - not to go ahead any further.

    Since it is not going to happen, I advice you to get rid of misplaced racial sentiments one by one before October. Otherwise, you are going to have bouts of depression for a very long time.

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  151. Mohammaed ,

    Have you forgot how the LTTE wiped the Stray dogs around the Katunayake before they move in ...

    that doesn't matter for LTTE .. the stray dogs will be annoying for the SLA by barking every time and fighting among them ... i am still worrying a stray dog supports stray dog ...

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  152. Thiru

    these poor buggers always comming up with the army.lk or defence.lk there cos those are the only sites just make em entertain ...

    I have to agree on that the Gov of srilanka gained success of winning the hearts of moda haraks ...it means he is fooling these guys very well ... now these guys won't listen at least what their own MI says ....

    when the LTTE begins their style of offesive then these guys have to run with their SLPF near MR to hind inside his Sarrong ... hooo hoooo

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  153. ltte counter attack SF at Vavunikulam area, 30 SLA killed and 60 injured, many bodies are recovered along with military vehicles and ammunition

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  154. This is a small counter attack compared to the ones coming up in the near future, the SLA is not gonna know what hit them in this final war.

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  155. [ltte counter attack SF at Vavunikulam area....]

    Golden opportunity for the SLDF to 'invite' them to the fight... before harvesting!

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  156. Guys,

    Wow, wow wow!

    The link I provided with you, a while ago is of no use now. They have removed the photographs of the funeral.

    It was the funeral of an LTTE intelligent folk, may be a deputy of Pottu.

    The chief guest has been a TNA MP who delivered the eulogy for the dead bastard.

    It looks like the exposure of his true colours has made the rascal either ashamed of his acts or scared of consequences. His double-life may force him to embrace the inevitable at some point of this last war.

    He has played some role in removing the photographs.

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