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"To us all towns are one, all men our kin.
Life's good comes not from others' gift, nor ill
Man's pains and pains' relief are from within.
Thus have we seen in visions of the wise !."

- Tamil Poem in Purananuru, circa 500 B.C 

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Tamils - a Trans State Nation

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Last updated
30/10/07


Tamils in London Demonstrate Against Genocide of Tamils in Sri Lanka, 1995

The Role of Tamil Expatriates:
"Grandpa, where were you when the Tamil people  were fighting for freedom in Sri Lanka?" - S.Sivanayagam, 1999
Mathangi Maya Arulpragasam
M.I.A. (Missing in Acton )
Murasam - British Tamil Information Directory
British Search Engine

Associations  & Magazines

Tamil Youth Organisation, UK

London Tamilan

Nilacharal
Tamil Writers Guild
Pungudutivu Welfare Association United Kingdom
London Tamil Sangam
Northern Tamil Association
Tamils Health Organisation, UK
Medical Institute of Tamils
Tamil Performing Arts Society
Brent's Community Network on Tamil
Brent Tamil Community Housing Association

Ghanapathy
Ghanapathy Temple,
Wimbledon, London

Standing Committee on Tamils (SCOT)
Cancer Aid for North/East

 

United Kingdom - ஐக்கிய இராச்சியம்
- an estimated 100,000 Tamils live in Great Britain  -
The early arrivals (before Genocide1983) were mostly professionals
- doctors, engineers, accountants and teachers


London Sri Murugan Temple “Ther” Festival, 12 August 2007
Tamils Demonstrate against Sri Lanka's Violation of Human Rights & Reiterate Demand for an Independent Tamil Eelam  - Trafalgar Square, London - 14 July 2007
British Tamils call for urgent international action - 28 November 2006

British Tamils call for urgent international action as Sri Lankan Government closes humanitarian aid supply route and attacks against civilians continue.

The Government of Sri Lanka has now kept the main arterial land route, the A9 highway, closed for more than 3 months, denying free movement, and blocking the transportation of food, medicine and other essential supplies to around 600,000 Tamil civilians who live in the North of the island. It is reported that 60,000 Sri Lankan military personnel have effectively cordoned off the entire Northern Jaffna peninsula. According to UNHCR (The UN Refugee Agency) supplies of food and water are "alarmingly low" in some areas. Reports also indicate that there are severe shortages of food and other essentials in Vakarai (Eastern Sri Lanka). The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has deplored the tragic loss of lives (at least 45 refugees including 6 children) and the injuries to hundreds of civilians resulting from the recent shelling of Vakarai (Eastern Sri Lanka), where several thousand internally displaced people had sought shelter. Amnesty International's Asia Pacific Director Purna Sen says: "It is appalling that the military should attack a camp for displaced people - these are civilians who have already been forced from their homes because of the conflict." -  Full Text of Petition

Remembering Black July 1983 - Mass Rally at Hyde Park, London, 25 July 2006
Flying Elephant in Trafalgar  Square, 19 June 2006
Hunger Strike - Thaya Idaikadar, 2 June 2006
Tamils in United Kingdom demonstrate in support of Struggle for Tamil Eelam, 29 May 2006
Eighth Annual International Saiva Conference, London, August 2005
UK Tamils - Rally & Conference, 25 April 1999
 
background - Tamils in London demonstrate against Genocide in Tamil Eelam

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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