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The terrorists' tactics was to disrupt civilian life in Colombo and other main cities of the country and get the Government to deploy security forces elsewhere other than in the North and the East of the country, thereby reducing the possible SF presence in the North and the East for an offensive.
Colombo has a large resident population and also commuters in to the city for business and other activities, and being the main business hub for Sri Lanka which has faced a series of bomb attacks and covert terrorist attacks including one air attack since early 1987 to mid 2009, while the country’s security forces were engaged on a humanitarian operation to crush down the Tamil Tiger terrorists, in the North and the East of the country.
Humanitarian operations were successfully concluded by mid March, 2009 for release of hostage civilians in the North and the East of the island by the Security Forces.
Responsibility Although the Terrorists and its network operating within the Island were totally annihilated, some parasitic elements praying on civilians else ware in the Island, who prospered by occupying the vacuum left by the terrorists in scenario created by the them still remained in the society, mainly operating in the cities, especially in Colombo in the form of organized criminal gangs.
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The first International Cricket Council (ICC) global event of the year, ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier 2017, is all set to begin in Colombo, Sri Lanka from Tuesday.
Business breakfasts, conferences, meetings, dinner parties, charity events, weddings, birthday celebrations and Christmas parties have all been hosted in our function rooms.London, June 20: The ICC Women's World Cup 2017 will see unprecedented broadcast coverage as the International Cricket Council today announces the 31 match television and online schedule.Full list of squads for WWC The ICC's commitment to accelerating the growth of the game will, for the first time see every match of the ICC Women's World Cup 2017 broadcast live around the world.In India, all India matches, other key matches and the semi-finals and the final will be shown live on Star Sports, whilst Hotstar will provide live access to all 31 matches.A full list of broadcasters is here Saturday, 24 June - New Zealand v Sri Lanka, Bristol Sunday, 25 June - Pakistan v South Africa, Leicester Monday, 26 June - Australia v West Indies, Somerset Tuesday, 27 June - England v Pakistan, Leicester *Wednesday, 28 June - South Africa v New Zealand, Derby Thursday, 29 June - West Indies v India, Somerset Thursday, 29 June - Sri Lanka v Australia, Bristol Sunday, 2 July - England v Sri Lanka, Somerset Sunday, 2 July - Australia v New Zealand, Bristol *Sunday, 2 July - India v Pakistan, Derby Sunday, 2 July - South Africa v West Indies, Leicester.