Thursday, July 29, 2010

ஈழத்தமிழர் பரமேஸ்வரனின் லண்டன் உண்ணாவிரதம் நியாயமானதே - நீதிமன்றம் தீர்ப்பு

ஈழத்தமிழரான பரமேஸ்வரன் முள்ளிவாய்க்கால் இனப்படுகொலையின் போது லண்டனில் நடத்திய உண்ணாவிரதப் போராட்டம் உண்மையானதே (அதாவது.. உண்ணா நோன்பின் போது உணவருந்தினார் என்பது பொய்யான குற்றச்சாட்டு) என்று பிரித்தானிய நீதித்துறை தீர்ப்பு வழங்கியுள்ளதுடன் அவரின் உண்ணாவிரதத்தை கொச்சைப்படுத்திய இரண்டு பிரதான பிரித்தானிய பத்திரிகைகளும் மன்னிப்புக் கோரியதுடன் நட்ட ஈட்டையும் செலுத்த உள்ளன.

Tamil hunger striker wins libel claim against Daily Mail, Sun

[TamilNet, Thursday, 29 July 2010, 09:36 GMT]

British newspapers Sun and Daily Mail, represented by their Counsel at the Royal Court of Justice in London on Thursday, apologised sincerely and unreservedly for untrue and highly defamatory allegations against Parameswaran Subramanyam, who was on a 23-day hunger strike April, last year, demanding international community to stop Colombo’s war on Tamils. The newspapers also agreed to pay substantial damages and legal costs, according to Carter-Ruck solicitors. “The false allegations about Parameswaran were not just hurtful but clearly aimed at undermining Parameswaran’s credibility and the credibility of the whole Tamil protest,” commented Liberal Democrats' Deputy Parliamentary Leader Simon Hughes. According to Labour MP, Siobhain McDonagh, the ‘authorities’ who gave the information to the newspapers, “did it to undermine and shame the Tamil demonstrators in Parliament Square”.

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பதிந்தது <-குருவிகள்-> at 12:10 PM

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Anonymous Anonymous செப்பியவை...

OUR article of 9 October 2009 falsely alleged that throughout a 23 day hunger strike, Mr Parameswaran Subramanyam secretly ate takeaway burgers when dishonestly claiming he was on hunger strike in support of Sri Lankan Tamils, in a campaign which was policed at considerable expense and caused the police to waste public money.

We now accept that these allegations are totally untrue. Mr Subramanyam, whose sole aim has always been to promote the Tamil cause, did not eat any food at all during his hunger strike.

We apologise to Mr Subramanyam and his family for any upset and embarrassment caused and are paying him a substantial sum in damages.

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Thu Jul 29, 12:55:00 PM GMT+1  
Anonymous Anonymous செப்பியவை...

Parameswaran Subramanyam

An article (9 October 2009), 'Hunger striker's £7m Big Mac', reported claims that Mr Subramanyam was caught secretly eating burgers while on hunger strike during the Tamil protest in London, wasting significant police costs. We now accept that there was no truth in these allegations and we and other media have agreed to pay him damages and have apologised to Mr Subramanyam for the distress and embarrassment caused.

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Thu Jul 29, 01:30:00 PM GMT+1  

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