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US and Sri Lanka discuss defence ties

US and Sri Lanka discuss defence ties

The United States and Sri Lanka have had talks on the defense relations between both countries.

The discussion took place at Read more…

EU urges Sri Lanka to maintain moratorium on executions

EU urges Sri Lanka to maintain moratorium on executions

The European Union (EU) has reiterated its opposition to the use of the death penalty in all circumstances and encouraged Sri Lanka to Read more…

SLPP to establish main election operation centre in Battaramulla!

SLPP to establish main election operation centre in Battaramulla!

The Sri Lanka Podu Jana Peramuna (SLPP) has taken a decision to establish a central election operations centre at Nelum Mawatha, Battaramulla with the aim Read more…

World Bank South Asia VP holds talks with President

World Bank South Asia VP holds talks with President

he World Bank Vice President for South Asia, Hartwing Schafer had talks with President Maithripala Sirisena at the President”s Official Residence in Colombo.

Secretary to Read more…

Mannar mass grave: carbon dating results received

Mannar mass grave: carbon dating results received

The results of the radiocarbon dating tests carried out by a lab in the U.S. on the bone samples recovered from the mass Read more…

PM refuses to comment on participation in CHOGM
20 Aug
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

PM refuses to comment on participation in CHOGM »

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday refrained from committing his participation in the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meet (CHOGM) in Colombo, as Read more…

Supporters of Thonda and Digambaram clash
20 Aug
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

Supporters of Thonda and Digambaram clash »

Several individuals were injured and 14 vehicles damaged as a result of a clash between supporters of the Ceylon Workers’ Congress (CWC) Read more…

Sri Lanka to release some withheld Fonterra milk products
20 Aug
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

Sri Lanka to release some withheld Fonterra milk products »

Sri Lanka’s health ministry has decided to release a batch of milk powder made by companies including New Zealand’s Fonterra after tests Read more…

G.L briefs Manmohan
19 Aug
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

G.L briefs Manmohan »

External Affairs Minister Prof. G.L. Peiris briefed Indian Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh in New Delhi today on the post war developments Read more…

Lanka transfers 29 Indians
19 Aug
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

Lanka transfers 29 Indians »

The Sri Lankan government has transferred 29 Indian prisoners to India under bilateral agreement between both countries, the Indian High Commission in Read more…

India invited to observe poll
19 Aug
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

India invited to observe poll »

India has been invited to observe the elections in the north next month, the Indo Asian News Service quoted External Affairs Minister, Read more…

Colombo will try Indian fishermen
19 Aug
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

Colombo will try Indian fishermen »

Sri Lanka has ruled out early repatriation of over 100 Tamil Nadu fishermen arrested by it recently for allegedly crossing into Sri Read more…

Estate manager nabbed with firearm and bullets
19 Aug
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

Estate manager nabbed with firearm and bullets »

An estate superintendent, who was charged with a series of robberies in Nawalapitiya and Galaha, was arrested by the Mirihana Police yesterday, Read more…

Army accused of intimidation
18 Aug
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

Army accused of intimidation »

Media rights groups have accused the army of intimidating journalists by asking them to report to a military camp to record statements Read more…

40,000 killed in last phase of war? Gota challenges UN to produce evidence
18 Aug
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

40,000 killed in last phase of war? Gota challenges UN to produce evidence »

Defence Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa yesterday challenged the UN to furnish evidence relating to the main war crimes allegation that 40,000 persons allegedly Read more…