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Monday, October  26,  2009
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Investigations into the seizure of ‘Ocean Lady’, carrying 76 Sri Lankan Tamils have taken an unexpected turn with indications of a possible Indian link. According to reports, the vessel had left India early September before being intercepted off the west coast by the Canadians.
Quoting international shipping records, the National Post (of Canada) writer Stewart Bell has said that the ship, sailing under the false name of ‘Ocean Lady’, had left an India port early last month.
An authoritative Sri Lankan Navy official told The Island that the vessel was one of few owned by the LTTE and its front organisations.
Quoting international shipping records, the National Post (of Canada) writer Stewart Bell has said that the ship, sailing under the false name of ‘Ocean Lady’,

Tunnelling without caving in
President Mahinda Rajapaksa, who recently visited Vietnam, emerges from an underground tunnel used by Vietcong Guerrillas in their successful war against the US forces.
Pic by Sudath Silva


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