Sahan Basnayake is an Electronic & print Media journalist based in Anuradhapura, North Central Province, Sri Lanka for nearly 11 years. He had the opportunity to cover the civil war in Sri Lanka as a Journalist for Sri Lanka Rupavahini Corporation and Rivira Media Corporation. He Had spent a month In United States studying about how to promote Civil Society through new media under the IVLP fellowship of United states department of states. Currently he is focusing on the New media trends like 360 video, Live streaming, Drone Journalism, Solution Journalism & Business models in Journalism.
Channel 4’s British journalist Callum Macrae speaks to journalists inside a train as Sri Lankans blocked the train in protest against a documentary made by him, in Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka, Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013. The documentary shows soldiers executing naked Tamils and other gruesome footage from the war's 138-day final offensive. Sri Lanka dismissed the video as fake footage and false journalism. Macrae is in Sri Lanka to cover the Commonwealth meeting. (AP Photo/Sahan Basnayake)
Mannar, Sri Lanka Current Affairs, Technology, Science & Environment, Research, Social, Cultural April 30 @ 12:00am
Several artifacts including three bowl furnace used for the production of beads, “slags” used to extract glass, Blue and green colored glass pieces and large pieces of oars used for refining glass, found at the Archaeological excavations site near the “Giant Tank” (Yodha Wewa) In Mannar. The... Read more