Buddhism, International Law and K.N. Jayatilleke
In 1967, at the Hague Academy of International Law, late Prof. K.N.
Jayatilleke delivered five lectures entitled “The Principles of
International Law in Buddhist Doctrine”. The article explores what
Prof. Jayatilleke precisely meant by International Law and Buddhist
Reform strategy in higher education - Part II
It is on the basis of the improvement of the access that both
quality and relevance could be developed within the system. The
access, through the external degree program and enrollment in
tertiary institutions, has expanded in the last several years. The
expansion needs to be accompanied with inclusiveness, and it
essentially means an increase in enrollment.
Uva development on a new high
Uva, widely known as Uva Wellassa, is a historic area where
thousands of our valiant heroes sacrificed their precious lives for
the sake of the territorial integrity of the country in the ancient
times. Uva serves as a catchment area for many rivers and streams
nurturing agriculture and several waterfalls such as Dunhinda,
Diyaluma, Rawana Ella. The landscape and the scenic beauty has been
a huge tourist draw card.