Perera has been mentioned or cited more than a hundred times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'DailyFT - Be Empowered' contains more than a hundred references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Perera was highly popular in February last year.
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[...] around the world for less. In fact no one wants any of this group of overseas keepers: Dickwella, Perera, Bijoy, Dowrich, NZ-via-SA’s Glenn Phillips. 7.10am GMT Passed over are Parveez Rasool, the [...]
[...] the Buddhist card openly (Rajan Hoole, 2001). Campaigning in the 1940s against his opponent E.W. Perera for the Kelaniya seat, Jayewardene asked, As much as I hold E.W. Perera in great esteem, how can [...]
[...] coalition at the time. That was in 1964. The so-called double doctors in the caliber of N M Perera, Queen’s Council-level legal luminaries such as Colvin R de Silva and Felix Dias Bandaranaike [...]
[...] agreement again to a referendum. That is what I know as democracy as a political scientist. But Perera’s field and orientation might be different. Therefore, he is jubilant that it was not put again [...]
[...] meaning post-election? Because MISS SLOANE definitely does. First time screenwriter Jonathan Perera’s much-lauded screenplay documents Elizabeth Sloane, DC super-lobbyist. Driven and single-minded [...]
[...] Waidyaratne was made the new commanding officer following the interdiction of Lt.Col K.M.S. Perera over the desertions. A further 5 officers who criticised the new CO were reportedly sacked [...]
[...] Channel 4 documentary star Shavendra Silva. The name of the new nominee read Maj. General Sumedha Perera. This name sounded so familiar. I immediately had a flashback of the names of those involved in [...]