Sri Lanka: Russia celebrates 70th anniversary of Stalingrad

Feb 3, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: TamilNet Newswire

Stalingrad, later named as Volgograd in 1961 under Khrushchev, marked the decisive turning point on the Eastern Front of the War since Nazi Germany launched Operation Barbarossa, the invasion of the Soviet Union.

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CrimeaRiver

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"Even the right to remember the fallen heroes of the Eezham Tamil resistance or to mourn the dead of Sri Lanka’s genocidal war is denied to the Eezham Tamil nation."

Either you support the LTTE or you don't. You can't say "we hate the LTTE but still want to honour the dead by waving LTTE flags and shouting LTTE slogans"

What nonsense is this?
Punc

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Jaffna mangoes have gotten larger in the recent years. stupid demalu fighters are now feeding mango and red bananas from the penensula. ROFL.. yum yum.

crab and lobster from the lagoons of the north have also gotten larger, we have thalivar to thank for that.

Glowing Jelly fish of the northern lagoons, if anyone have ever seen them, are unaffected.

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