REGAINING SRI LANKA

Sri Lanka is in need of refreshed governance – Christina Sitlani

Q: As far as perceptions go, do you think Sri Lanka is capable of regaining its composure in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic?

A: I believe that Sri Lankans have enormous latent potential and a high level of resilience. These are assets that should be leveraged and directed towards a positive trajectory in the aftermath of the pandemic.

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WORK IN PROGRESS

Christine Tranchell sheds light on what ails her motherland

We have come far and achieved a lot. However, compared to what I see in Europe, we need improved social security...

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FADING OPTIMISM

Niranjan Selvadurai is anxious about the state of his motherland

After a commendable first lap, Sri Lanka seems to have dropped the baton with the emergence of a second wave...

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THE FEUDAL MINDSET Why tribal inclinations must be set aside – Vasee Nesiah Q: As…
SELFLESS LEADERSHIP Visionary leadership is key to progress – Chaluka Jayawardena Q: Is Sri Lanka…
THE GROWTH AGENDA An educated workforce begets progress – Sumali Wijayatilleke Q: As far as…
OVERCOMING ADVERSITY The post-COVID national rebuilding phase – Malinda Thotiwilage Q: As far as perceptions…
OUR NATIONAL IDENTITY Upali Obeyesekere seeks to build bridges between communities Q: As far as…
CREATIVE POTENTIAL Needra Silva moots greater independent thinking in education Q: Has Sri Lanka regained…
THE COLLECTIVE GOOD Pasan Fernando takes comfort in Sri Lanka’s generous spirit Q: How do…
ONE SRI LANKA MUST RISE Miranthi Dole calls for racial harmony and an end to…
EMBRACE OUR CULTURE Shivantha Wijesinha yearns for age-old values to take root Q: Did Sri…
VISIONARY OUTLOOK Herman Kariyawasam envisions a nation with farsighted goals Q: How do you perceive…
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