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Sri Lankan Civil War (1983–2009) Background Sri Lanka · History of Sri Lanka Origins of the Civil War Origins of the Civil War · Sri Lankan Tamil nationalism · Sinhalese Buddhist nationalism · Riots · Black July Main phases Eelam War I · Indian intervention · Eelam War II · Eelam War III · Eelam War IV LTTE LTTE · Black Tigers · Attacks · Expulsion of Muslims · Suicide bombings Military of Sri Lanka Military · Civilian attacks · Army · Navy · Air Force · Police · Home Guards · LRRP · STF Major leaders M. Rajapaksa · V. Prabhakaran · C. Kumaratunga · A. Balasingham · J. R. Jayewardene · Karuna Indian involvement Operation Poomalai · Indo-Sri Lanka Accord · Indian Peace Keeping Force · Operation Pawan · Rajiv Gandhi · RAW Militant & paramilitary groups Tamil militant groups (List) · ENDLF · ENLF · EPDP · EPRLF · EROS · PLOTE · TELO · TMVP Other Battles · Casualties · War crimes · LLRC · State terror · Human rights · Disappearances · Child soldiers  · Assassinations · Protests (Canada) This box: view · talk · edit Gomarankadawala is a tiny village in the Trincomalee District of Sri Lanka, where 6 Sinhalese civilians were gunned down by suspected LTTE cadres in an incident known as the Gomarankadawala massacre. Contents 1 Incident 2 Victims 3 See also 4 References 5 Further reading Incident The Gomarankadawala massacre occurred on April 23, 2006, at Kalyanapura, Gomarankadawala when the 6 victims were trying to retrieve a tractor that had got stuck in the mud in a paddy field. Suddenly, a group of LTTE cadres raced from the nearby forest and indiscriminately fired on them. One Home Guard, who was engaged in farming during his leisure time, was also among those slain farmers. Victims 6 civilians, including 4 school boys, lost their lives in this incident. All victims died on the spot before other villagers could rush into the paddy field to aid them. The list of the dead civilians includes, M.D.Chaminda Prasanna Bandara (27 years, a Home guard attached to the Gomarankadawala police) A.Anura Shantha Abeysena (19 years, a student of Kalyanapura School) R.Eranda Sandaruwan Rupasena (15 years, a GCE Ordinary level student ) D.Lalith Bandara Dissanayake (15 years, a GCE Ordinary level student), Ajith Kumara Ariywwansa (19 years, a student of Kalyanapura School) D.Wasantha Kumara (24 years, a Farmer from the village) See also List of massacres in Sri Lanka Aranthalawa massacre Gonagala massacre Kallarawa massacre Akkaraipattu massacre Kokkadichcholai massacres 1990 Batticaloa massacre Kokkadichcholai massacres Mylanthanai massacre Tampalakamam massacre Mahagodayaya massacre List of attacks attributed to the LTTE References Gunananda, A.T.M. "Gomarankadawala: “We need more security say villagers“ ", The Sunday Times, April 30, 2006. Further reading "Kalyanapura, Gomarankadawala Massacre on 23 April 2006"