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Underworld characters in this Govt: Mano Ganesan

Underworld characters in this Govt: Mano Ganesan

National Co-existence, Dialogue and Official Languages Minister Mano Ganesan said today there were those involved in underworld criminal activities and drug trafficking in this government.

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American Center closed indefinitely

American Center closed indefinitely

The American Center in Colombo which is being operated by the US government will remain closed until further notice, the US Embassy said today.

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Protests Break Out Against Uva Chief Minister In Badulla: Protesters Demand Immediate Removal Of CM

Protests Break Out Against Uva Chief Minister In Badulla: Protesters Demand Immediate Removal Of CM

A massive demonstration was held in front of the Hindu School in Badulla yesterday against Uva Province Chief Minister Chamara Sampath Dasanayaka who allegedly made Read more…

Maldives Ex-Leader Claims Chinese Land Grabbing; Government Denies

Maldives Ex-Leader Claims Chinese Land Grabbing; Government Denies

Exiled former Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed, who is fighting for the right to contest a presidential poll this year, said on Monday that land grabbing Read more…

Nasheed briefs diplomats in Sri Lanka; ready to field common candidate

Nasheed briefs diplomats in Sri Lanka; ready to field common candidate

Former Maldivian President Mohamed Nasheed is in Sri Lanka where he briefed diplomats on the Presidential elections in the Maldives scheduled for this year and Read more…

Canada should attend Commonwealth meeting in Sri Lanka: Chapnick
14 Aug
2013
Written by TELOMedia

Canada should attend Commonwealth meeting in Sri Lanka: Chapnick »

While Canadians are engrossed in a debate over boycotting the Sochi Olympics, few have noticed that the Harper government remains undecided as Read more…

4 Tamil Nadu inmates from Lanka jail shifted to Tiruchi
14 Aug
2013
Written by TELOMedia

4 Tamil Nadu inmates from Lanka jail shifted to Tiruchi »

After having languished in the Welikada prison in Sri Lanka, it was a homecoming of sorts for the first batch of four Read more…

Manchester Police on trial of Tiger supporter
14 Aug
2013
Written by TELOMedia

Manchester Police on trial of Tiger supporter »

The CID informed Colombo Additional Magistrate Nishanth Pieris that the International Crime Branch of the Manchester Police was on the lookout to Read more…

EU adds its voice on attacks
13 Aug
2013
Written by TELOMedia

EU adds its voice on attacks »

The European Union (EU), through the EU Heads of Mission in Sri Lanka, added its concerns to the Weliweriya and Grandpass incidents.

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CID to probe asylum seekers
13 Aug
2013
Written by TELOMedia

CID to probe asylum seekers »

A group of 111 illegal asylum seekers who were arrested at sea over the weekend and brought ashore last night, were handed Read more…

Commander of the Navy visits Australia
13 Aug
2013
Written by TELOMedia

Commander of the Navy visits Australia »

On an invitation extended by Commander of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN), Vice Admiral Ray Griggs Commander of the Sri Lanka Navy, Read more…

CPA goes to HRCSL on
13 Aug
2013
Written by TELOMedia

CPA goes to HRCSL on »

The Centre for Policy Alternatives (CPA) and its Executive Director filed a complaint before the Human Rights Commissions of Sri Lanka (HRCSL) Read more…

India purchased arms from Lanka
13 Aug
2013
Written by TELOMedia

India purchased arms from Lanka »

The Indian Government had purchased weapons from Sri Lanka during the past three years, the Indian Lok Sabha was informed on Monday.

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UK concerned over Grandpass
12 Aug
2013
Written by TELOMedia

UK concerned over Grandpass »

Britain has raised concerns over the attack on a Mosque at Grandpass over the weekend.

Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt said that Read more…

News Solheim for nonviolent struggle
12 Aug
2013
Written by TELOMedia

News Solheim for nonviolent struggle »

Former Norwegian Minister and peace envoy Erik Solheim says the Tamil diaspora should fight for the legitimate political rights of the Tamils Read more…