Welcome to Lanka Free Library

Lanka free Library is another project by the Prof. F. R. Jayasuriya foundation undertaken to serve the community. Lanka free Library is established with the view of providing access to useful information and books to the community at large. There is no charge for using the library.

The library can be used by those wishing to gain information and publish their ideas and literary works online. However, the administrators will reserve the right to decide what to publish. While focus will be on literary work relevant to Sri Lanka other literary work may be published at the discretion of the administrators.



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Is India pushing Sri Lanka beyond?

The Press and social media in Sri Lanka had been awash these days with what transpired at the recent summit between the Sri Lankan Prime Minister and his Indian counterpart Hon. Narendra Modi. The reason for this media interest had been the controversial request made my Mr. Modi, in response to Sri Lanka’s assurance that their foreign policy is ‘India first’. Mr. Modi in turn, mentioned that Sri Lanka should implement the 13th amendment to its constitution fully to grant equality to Tamils and to accommodate Tamil aspirations.

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Brutal murder of the London girl Sara Everard by a policeman

Retracing Sarah Everard's last known movements is confronting, to say the least. Clusters of flowers mark the spots where CCTV vision and doorbell camera footage captured the marketing executive's last known steps. The roads she walked along side, during what should have been a 50-minute trip to her Brixton home in south London, are wide and heaving with traffic.