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In Ceylon, there was no tryst with democracy: Rajan Hoole

‘Being an island, migration and assimilation from India and colonial slavery was high’, he points out This review was originally published in The Hindu and can be found here. Sri Lanka’s crisis last year was unprecedented on many accounts. But, it was not entirely unrelated to the country’s tumultuous past,… Read More »In Ceylon, there was no tryst with democracy: Rajan Hoole

How did we become a lawless State – Rajan Hoole

Talk given by Rajan Hoole at the release of the book, Democracy Stillborn, at Trimmer Hall, Jaffna, on 11 Nov., 2022. The fellow speakers were Devanesan Nesiah, Ahilan Kadirgamar, Swasthika Arulingam and Kirupaimalar Hoole. The meeting was chaired by Mahendran Thiruvarangan First, a message from K. Sritharan, who was with Rajani Thiranagama… Read More »How did we become a lawless State – Rajan Hoole

Our September madness online book sale for 2022 is now officially over! We are a small independent Sri Lankan publishing house that throughout the years is determined to put Sri Lankan writing on the international map. And it is all of you who help us to do that. By sending… Read More »