Friday, 5 July 2013


In my quest to protect my own little family from institutional abuse, I am now having to do battle with ATOS, the Government quango that is bullying disabled and sick people all over the UK. That is because my own daughter has been targetted for what I can only describe as a vendetta against her by ATOS, and she has become so stressed that her hair is falling out.

My daughter would very much like to work, she is not lazy and feckless, she is ill and needs help, not bullying.

I know that many people are in exactly the same position as my daughter.

Anyway, in my quest to protect my family, I went to the WHAT DO THEY KNOW Freedom of Information website, to see if I could find any information there that might help me to find out who these shadowy people are who are responsible for this vendetta against my daughter.

I discovered that a What Do They Know volunteer called GANESH SITTAMPALEM is blocking FOI request information about ATOS and also that he is suspending people who are bringing FOI requests about ATOS.

I then discovered that GANISH SITTAMPALEM is the son of the financer DR ARJUNA SITTAMPALEM.

DR ARJUNA SITTAMPALEM is the managing director of Sage and Hermes LTD which was founded in 1994. He is also Editor of the Investment Managing Review which is published by Sage and Hermes LTD in partnership with EDHEC. He is also Research Associate at the EDHEC Risk and Asset Management Research Centre, and a member of the Professional Development Committee of CFA UK.


C. Sittampalam

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C. Sittampalam

Minister of Posts & Telecommunication

In office

Succeeded by

V. Nalliah

Minister of Industries, Industrial Research & Fisheries

In office

Preceded by

George E. de Silva

Succeeded by

G. G. Ponnambalam

Member of the Ceylon Parliament
for Mannar

In office

Succeeded by

V. A. Alegacone

Personal details


13 September 1898


3 February 1964 (aged 65)

Alma mater

Jaffna Central College
Royal College, Colombo
University of Cambridge


Civil servant


Ceylon Tamil

Cathiravelu Sittampalam (13 September 1898 – 3 February 1964) was a leading Ceylon Tamil politician, Member of Parliament and government minister.

[hide] 1 Early life and family
2 Career
3 Death
4 See also
5 References

Early life and family[edit]

Sittampalam was born on 13 September 1898.[1][2] He was the son of A. Cathiravelu, a proctor and member of the Jaffna Local Board.[1] He was educated at Jaffna Central College and Royal College, Colombo.[2][3] He won may prizes at Royal College including the English Essay Prize, the De Zoysa Science Prize and the Mathematics Prize.[2] Aged 15 he passed the Senior Cambridge with first class honours and distinction in mathematics.[1][2] After school Sittampalam joined the University of Cambridge on a science scholarship and graduated with a degree in mathematics.[1][2]

Sittampalam was a member of a distinguished family. His brother C. Ponnambalam and brother-in-law C. Casipillai were Mayors of Jaffna.[2] His uncle A. Canagaratnam was a member of the Legislative Council. His great-uncle V. Casipillai was a crown proctor and one of the founders of Jaffna Hindu College.[2]

Sittampalam married Kamalambikai.[1] They had four daughters (Devalakshmi, Pushpalakshmi, Yogalakshmi, and Mallikalakshmi) and one son (Arjuna).[1]


Sittampalam was called to the Bar from Middle Temple.[1][2] He joined the civil service in 1923 and served in various positions including Assistant Government Agent and District Judge.[1] He later left the civil service and practised as an advocate.[1]

Sittampalam stood as an independent candidate for Mannar at the 1947 parliamentary election. He won the election and entered Parliament.[4] He was persuaded to join the United National Party government and on 26 September 1947 he was sworn in as Minister of Posts and Telecommunication.[5][6] He was made Minister of Industries, Industrial Research and Fisheries after George E. de Silva was unseated by an elections petition.[6]

Sittampalam was re-elected to Parliament at the May 1952 parliamentary election.[7] At the 1956 parliamentary election he was defeated by V. A. Alegacone of the Illankai Tamil Arasu Kachchi (Federal Party).[8]


Sittampalam died on 3 February 1964.[1] In February 2004 Sri Lanka Post issued a commemorative stamp of Sittampalam.[2]

See also[edit]
List of political families in Sri Lanka


1.^ a b c d e f g h i j Arumugam, S. (1997). Dictionary of Biography of the Tamils of Ceylon. p. 198.
2.^ a b c d e f g h i "Stamp to honour Cathiravelu Sittampalam". Daily News (Sri Lanka). 26 February 2004.
3.^ "C. Sittampalam". Sittampalam Family History.
4.^ "Result of Parliamentary General Election 1947". Department of Elections, Sri Lanka.
5.^ Rajasingham, K. T. "Chapter 12: Tryst with independence". Sri Lanka: The Untold Story.
6.^ a b "First cabinet had only 14 ministers". The Sunday Times (Sri Lanka). 23 September 2007.
7.^ "Result of Parliamentary General Election 1952". Department of Elections, Sri Lanka.
8.^ "Result of Parliamentary General Election 1956". Department of Elections, Sri Lanka.


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Is it just me, or can anyone else see it?

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Look at the logo. It looks like a cross between the masonic and islamic crescent logo to me.

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EDHEC Business School (Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales du Nord)

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Grande école


Olivier Oger (Dean)

Academic staff

134 permanent faculty members and 810 adjunct faculty


6,000 undergraduate and graduate students


Lille, France
Nice, France
Paris, France
London, England




EDHEC (Écoles des hautes études commerciales du nord) is a French “grande école” specialising in business and management, founded in 1906, and based in Lille. EDHEC Business School offers undergraduate, graduate, and executive education on its campuses in Lille, Nice, Paris, London, and Singapore.

EDHEC Business is made up of the following teaching units:

• The Masters’ Programme (M2) EDHEC Grande école (five-year degree) • The Bachelor’s Programme Espeme (four-year degree) • Master of Science Programmes • MBA Programmes (EDHEC Full-Time MBA and Executive MBA) • Executive education for managers (EDHEC Management Institute) • PhD in Finance • Research centres

It has 6,000 students enrolled in traditional graduate and undergraduate programmes, 10,000 in executive programmes, and an alumni base of roughly 24,000.

EDHEC Business School is EQUIS accredited by the EFMD (European Foundation for Management Education), and AMBA accredited for the EDHEC MBA and Part-Time Executive MBAs programmes. It is also accredited by the AACSB and the French Conférence des grandes écoles.

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EDHEC Business School commands a strong reputation for delivering high-impact research and training focused on the economy and businesses. Our international campuses offer a broad array of academic and executive education programmes designed to meet a comprehensive range of needs.

EDHEC offers bachelor, Master in Management, Master of Science, and doctorate degrees in a variety of disciplines including finance, marketing, law and management. The school also has two Masters in Business Administration (MBA) programs, one is full-time and another is a part-time executive MBA. Advanced degrees are taught either wholly English or in a mixture French and English, while the ESPEME bachelor degree is taught entirely in French.


Just 20 years after being created, ESPEME ranks third among french post-baccalaureate Business School programmes. This success is founded on ESPEME's unique positionning and the experience and reputation of EDHEC Business School as a whole. The ESPEME Bachelor programme is taught on the School’s academic campuses in Lille and Nice; it is underpinned by EDHEC Business School’s infrastructure, teaching faculty and international recognition. The ESPEME degree is recognised by the French state and holds EQUIS and AACSB accreditations. The programme also operates partnerships with 74 universities in 28 countries as well as double-degree agreements with five international universities.

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EDHEC Grande Ecole[edit]

EDHEC Business School's flagship programme, the Master in Management - Grande Ecole Programme - was completely overhauled in 2010 in order to improve training for high-potential students. It now comprises two cycles - the Bachelor year and the Master cycle - taught on the Nice, Lille, Paris, London or Singapore campuses depending on the year and the track. The Master in Management programme trains managers capable of leading projects and teams in a global environment. It comprises courses in fundamental managerial disciplines as well as providing the opportunity to acquire expertise in a specific field.According to the new programme structure, students choose a main track (the Financial Economics track in Nice, or the Business Management track in Lille) from their second year. Two other specific tracks - (the European Apprenticeship track in Lille and Paris or the Inter-continental track followed on three continents) - are also offered.

Masters of Science[edit]

During the second year of the Master cycle, all students in the Financial Economics, Business Management and European Apprenticeship tracks choose a Master of Science (MSc) specialisation. This pedagogical innovation enables students to graduate with a double-degree comprising the EDHEC Master in Management and an MSc.


Over 25 nationalities are enrolled in this highly international programme designed for managers wishing to move in a new career direction. Taught entirely in English, the intensive 10-month programme includes three residential seminars in London, Singapore and San Francisco. The Nice-based Full-time MBA is enjoying increasing success. It is ranked first worldwide for student diversity (The Economist), as well as fourth overall in France and 18 th in Europe (QS MBA Ranking). A total of 63 participants were enrolled at the start of the current academic year, a 50% increase on the previous year. The number of nationalities on the Full-time MBA is more than 25 and the average age is 32. Taught entirely in English, it is geared towards managers who want to give a new direction to their careers. The changes introduced in 2011 included reinforcements to finance and leadership courses and the addition of two new seminars, in London and Silicon Valley. Entrepreneurship is earmarked for consideration in 2013. Techniques to tackle the issues of corporate and managerial ethics and social responsibility now include philosophy courses, one-weeksustainable development seminar in South Africa,criminal risks management seminar. Another innovation is the Career SMART programme, inspired by EDHEC’s Talent Identification & Career Development (TI&CD) programme (originally devised for the master- and bachelor-level programmes) and designed to assist MBA students in preparing their career plans.

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EDHEC Management Institute[edit]

Today the School trains 10,000 managers and senior executives every year via a broad range of programmes, leading to degrees or professional certifications, and customised courses designed to cover the full range of business needs, e.g. Global MBA (Nice), Executive MBA (Lille), Management Development Programme (Lille), Advanced Management Programme (Paris), blended learning courses, customised company courses, executive seminars… Following the takeover of the MIP by EDHEC, the two entities’ executive education activities were consolidated in July 2010. The takeover doubled the size of EDHEC Business School’s executive education activities and strengthened collaboration with large international corporations, which has been further heightened by the development of the executive campuses in Paris, London and Singapore.

EDHEC’s executive education was ranked in the top 50 of the Financial Times ranking of executive education for the first time in 2009 and now stands 35 th worldwide.


Following its inauguration on the Nice Campus in September 2008, the EDHEC PhD in Finance is now offered on the executive campuses in London and Singapore.The three-year doctoral programme is attached to the EDHEC-Risk Institute, the School’s financial research centre in Europe (Nice, and London)and Asia (Singapore), and leads to the title of “Philosophiae Doctor in Finance”. It has proved a major success, not only with international corporate executives stimulated by financial research and innovation (the Executive track), but also with young high-potential graduates planning academic and research careers (the Residential track).The PhD in Finance is taught entirely in English and demands considerable personal commitment and an excellent academic track record. The programme is geared to students with five yearsof higher-educational experience in economics, finance, management, mathematics, statistics or engineering.


Financial Times ranking, EDHEC Master in Management (Grande Ecole) is ranked 12th in the world The 2012 Financial Times ranking was published in october 2012: - EDHEC Master in Management (Grande Ecole) is ranked 12th in the world (15th in 2011). - EDHEC MIM is also ranked 3rd worldwide in Finance and 9th for the ”Career rank” criteria which measures the level of seniority and the size of the companies where alumni now work.

These positive results reflect the school’s dynamism as well as the success of its graduates.

In june 2012, EDHEC Business School got off to an excellent start for its first participation at the Financial Times Global Master in Finance placing its Msc in Finance 6th worldwide.

In october 2012, The EDHEC Global MBA has moved upwards in the new Economist ranking of the World's Top MBAs and ranks N°3 in France and N°52 worldwide.


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EDHEC Business School is involved in academic research and was recently cited as one of the premier school in France for financial and risk management research.

The EDHEC-Risk and Asset Management (RAM) centre produces hedge funds style indexes, which are similar in purpose to CSFB/Tremont indexes on its website. It publishes a return based style analysis ranking of European mutual funds with Europerformance. The EDHEC-RAM is sponsored by financial organizations such as Euronext, Lyxor AM and Eurex.

EDHEC conducts applied research in the following fields:

Finance: Created in 2001 this centre does research in asset management, most particularly in the organisation and improvement of risk management.

Accounting and financial analysis: Created in 2006, the EDHEC Financial Analysis and Accounting Research Centre works on the choice of discount rate in company valuation and in particular on the integration of systemic accounting risk.

Economics: Since February 2006, EDHEC has had an economics research team focused on public policy and state reform. This team works on four broad themes: financing and reform of the welfare state, labor policies and competition, evaluation of sovereign risk and optimal management of the public debt and European budgetary governance.

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Legal: The Legal EDHEC Research Centre has Legal Performance and Company Competitiveness as a subtitle. At the heart of the Centre is the notion of legal performance and its variations.


EDHEC is also famous for the dynamism of its student societies, around 60 on the two campuses. Below is a nonexhaustive list:

Welcoming foreign students[edit]
Open Up (Lille and Nice) - Open Up Group consists of French business students who are eager to help all incoming exchange students. Open Up members organize trips to nearby European destinations such as Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, Barcelona, Milan, Florence and Corsica at very affordable prices. The society plans parties and local day trips for incoming exchange students in Erasmus or MSc/MBA students.

Le Chti - Grand Lille (Lille) - Lille City Guide (awarded as best French City Guide in 2011), published at 230.000 copies and distributed for free. In 2013, Le Chti celebrates its 40th anniversary.[1]
Ad Lib (Lille) - concerts and music magazines
L'Agora (Conférences et Débats Edhec) (Lille) - Lectures and debates society. Since its creation in 2001, it had welcomed on the Lille campus various personalities. French politicians, European commissioners, Presidents, Ministers, athletes and journalists all came to chat with Edhec students.
Bureau des Arts (Lille & Nice)
Citepub-Citecom (Lille & Nice) - Citepub organizes "Les Etoiles de la Pub",[2] a competitive exam for students in communication, cinema and graphism. Citecom helps companies to build efficient communications strategies.[3]
Dionysos (Lille) / La Grappe (Nice) - Wine degustations
La Clef des Planches (Lille) - Theater company.
Le Scandaleux Mag (Lille) - An online student journal, publishing daily articles,[4] weekly videos and interviewing prestigious personalities such as ministers[5] or senators.
Music'All (Lille) - Yearly musical show which combines drama, singing and dancing, with the help of slightly autistic children.[6]

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Social and humanitarian[edit]
Aide Edhec (Nice) - Humanitarian association helping disadvantaged children after school, helping children in Madagascar...
Nice 4L (Nice) - Humanitarian association which took part of the 4L Trophy in Morocco. "A garden for the children" is their motto
MHIGE - Humanitarian help to schools, hospitals, orphanages etc. of the countries victims of the Chernobyl catastrophe).
Un Des Sens - Social association organizing events about the five senses with literacy tuition as the "sixth sense".
L'Ombre et la Plume - Social association organizing sociocultural activities in prison for the under-eighteens detainees and working for the professional reintegration of ex-detainees and excluded people.

CANDEO Investments (Nice) - EDHEC in-house hedge fund entirely run by students. The fund was created in January 2009 by MSc students and after several months of student recruitment and trial running, CANDEO Investments consequently subdivided into 3 subfunds - Forex/Fixed Income, Equity/ETF and Commodities & Derivatives Group. Commodities & Derivatives Group's main activities include: event-driven trading (US labour figures, inflation, retail sales, etc.), spread trading (mainly long/short Platinum-Palladium spread), momentum strategy (Wheat, soybeans, palladium, cotton, oats) and some speculative bets.
Edhec Jobs Management (Lille & Nice) - Temporary work agency for EDHEC students.

EDHEC alumni[edit]

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External links[edit]

EDHEC Official websites[edit]
Official Website
EDHEC Risk & Asset Management Research Centre

External sources[edit]
Presentation of EDHEC by the Chapter of "Grandes Ecoles"
Information on EDHEC by magazine L'Express

Anonymous said...

my husband travels through london each day and outside one of the main london rail stations he is always pestered by rent boys, now called bumbadillos. One of these boys got into conversation with my husband and his secretary and said he had been cut off from al benefits and this wa sthe only way he could survive, but romanians were piling in young boys and driving down prices, and he had not eaten for 2 days
thanks ATOS

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Zoompad said...

I wanted people to know that, because people keep saying to me "What are you delving into all this for" and that is the reason.

I would absolutly LOVE to be just an ordinary mum, but I'm not being allowed to am I, because of all these shitting vendettas against our family, Secret Family Courts because of wanting to make me shut up about Pindown child abuse WHICH WRECKED MY CAREER CHANCES AND HAVE ALSO AFFECTED MY FUTURE IE MY PENSION SO HAVE CAN THAT BE HISTORIC? and now all this worry and myther with ATOS receptionist ie TAZ OR DAZ FROM BIRMINGHAM ATOS, bullying and hounding my daughter.

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CFA Institute offices are located in New York City, London, Hong Kong, and Charlottesville, Virginia USA.

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Florida has the largest number of societies (six), followed by California and Ohio with five each. The oldest society, was founded in 1925, is in Chicago. The newest society, was admitted in August 2012, is Nigeria.

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Anonymous said...

ATOS are resonsible for many deaths and for forcing others into prostituion
Cynthia payne the brothel madam who refused to supply young boys for gays

Anonymous said...

when i was at nimrod house, the domitory was in two sections both holding 1o beds each, i was there about a week, when we were woken at about 10 30 one friday night by the head who had two smiling men with him one black and one mixed race.
The head asked us " who wants to share their bottoms with a top footballer " a bag of sweets for any volunteers.
i was only 12 years old and was shocked, only later did i learn two boys were pulled out of the other dormitory and raped, and this was not an uncommon thing to happen
paul leake

Anonymous said...

After christmas i moved toa new flat, the carpet was smelly and awful so when i lfted it some old newspapers there showeda large article with boy george the wierd hermaphrodite singer, apparently many in show business started off as rent boys for the gay impressarios and agents.
Some like Epstein would kid boys along with talk of fame and money to gain control of their bodies

Anonymous said...

6 year old boy forced to work as a bumbadillo for adoptive homo parent

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"Cynthia payne the brothel madam who refused to supply young boys for gays "

Yes, and she was denounced, decried over noisily in all the national newspapers, prosecuted and jailed for hosting sex parties between CONSENTING ADULTS.

Whatever you might think about this lady, her lifestyle and the way she made her daily bread, its important to bear in mind that the only people she entertained at her sex parties were CONSENTING ADULTS

As opposed to the NON CONSENTING CHILDREN that the police, media, judiciary and politicians all over the UK certainly know about but have failed to defend from being used as unpaid (you can hardly call a few pennorth of sweets or perks payment for that!) prostitutes to rich and powerful perverts.

What a peculiar justice system we have in the UK!

Anonymous said...

I agree with what you say about cynthia payne and consenting adults, jaynee jones and lindee st clair also
would only supply adults.
I knewa boy who turned up in school after the holidays with £50 in his pocket, we had never seen money like this, he said elton john and his boyfreind picked him up with another boy ina rolls royce and took them toa party, where one boy had to whip naked men, both were given drinks and sodomised before being taken back

Anonymous said...

A certian well known security expert who runs a small firm, had been wiretapping rupert murdoch for some time, he had irrefuteable evidence that Peter mandelson would visit boys homes looking for sex, friday night his exclusive security alarms were bypassed and all the material disappeared in what police call a " random burglary "
this stinks !