A most interesting “return” of a story that has been aired before. Too little, and too late, as regards to a resurgence of Lansi-Eelam, I am afraid, but for those of you who missed the 1st Edition, do try and read this fascinating story about the Burghers of Ceylon (now Sri Lanka), brought back to life, by a good friend, Dayal Cooray, who incidentally, was the only Son of a fine Supply Officer of the Royal Ceylon Navy, my immediate boss, Captain Dennis Peiris Cooray, yet another superb example of a Sinhalese Gentleman/Philanthropist, who did a heap of worthwhile charity work, even after he retired from the Navy. Amazing as it seems, Dayal is now in touch with me at present, after his Dad & Mum both passed away, (bless their dear Souls), and where he resurrected this post from, I haven’t a clue, but I feel certain that ...

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                   “SILVER & GOLD” – by Des Kelly   Silver & gold,& treasures of old,   bracelets, bangles, and chains, but a shirt made of gold, is too much to behold, though sometimes it pours, when it rains. This story is true,  it’s come out of the blue, and he loved to be known as gold-man, but it got him in strife, & he lost his life, and I would not want that now, would you ?. HEALTH BEFORE WEALTH,   TRUTH, BEFORE STEALTH  THIS IS THE NAME OF THE GAME,    IF YOU DO NOT TAKE NOTE, OF THIS LITTLE QUOTE, THEN, I SURELY WILL NOT,         TAKE THE BLAME !!.           Desmond Kelly         (Editor-in-Chief)  eLanka. Indian businessman famed for $240,000 gold shirt ‘beaten to death’ Source:Theguardian Indian businessman Datta Phuge, who ...

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