TAMIL Nesan has lauded the Government's commitment and efforts to wipe out pirated and pornographic VCDs.
The daily hoped that the action would help to eradicate social problems caused by pornographic VCDs among youth.
It said the war against smut was moving in the right direction as open sale of pornographic VCDs was hardly seen these days.
The daily also urged the Government to seriously consider raiding houses, which were suspected of storing pirated and pornographic VCDs.
On the foreign front, Malaysian Nanban highlighted the stand of Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) not to attend the fund-raising campaign meeting in Japan on June 9.
It quoted the LTTE as saying that the group was disappointed with the outcome of the past six meetings.
The group turned down an invitation by Sri Lanka Prime Minister Ranil Vikramasinghe to attend the meeting aimed at rebuilding Sri Lanka.
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