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Remembering Nagalingam Sanmugathasan, Sri Lanka’s first and only hardline communist By Veeragathy Thanabalasingham/newsin.asia

Remembering Nagalingam Sanmugathasan, Sri Lanka’s first and only hardline communist By Veeragathy Thanabalasingham/newsin.asia

Many of Sri Lanka’s Leftist leaders began their political life in the early part of the last century with the laudable intention of bringing about Read more…

Sri Lanka ‘assures’ India on Colombo Port project despite opposition pressure ahead of polls -The Print

Sri Lanka ‘assures’ India on Colombo Port project despite opposition pressure ahead of polls -The Print

Sri Lanka has “assured” India that the high-profile Colombo Port project will remain with New Delhi despite opposition pressure to review the $500-million deal, ThePrint Read more…

Democracy Threatened: Impunity, Political Patronage & Rollback Of Devolution By Ratnajeevan H. Hoole

Democracy Threatened: Impunity, Political Patronage & Rollback Of Devolution By Ratnajeevan H. Hoole

R. Sasilan: Assistant Commissioner of Elections

Today we are opening new living quarters for our Election Commission’s man-in-charge in Batticaloa. I am so glad because Read more…

Talks between India and Sri Lanka for debt relief sees progress

Talks between India and Sri Lanka for debt relief sees progress

India said it was holding talks with Sri Lanka over its request for postponement of repayment of debt. “The matter has progressed and technical level Read more…

Tiran Alles and three others acquitted from RADA case

Tiran Alles and three others acquitted from RADA case

Former Chairman of Reconstruction and Development Agency (RADA) Tiran Alles and the three other defendants were acquitted from the Rs. 200 million fraud case today.

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Lanka to release 107 rehabilitated LTTE cadres
8 Sep
2013
Written by TELO Admin

Lanka to release 107 rehabilitated LTTE cadres »

Srilanka will release a total of 107 rehabilitated LTTE cadres tomorrow, leaving only 232 former Tamil rebels to be reintegrated into the society. The country’s Read more…

GTF pushes for boycott
7 Sep
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

GTF pushes for boycott »

The Global Tamil Forum (GTF), a powerful Tamil diaspora lobby group operating from London, is continuing to push for a boycott of Read more…

Gazette to challenged
7 Sep
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

Gazette to challenged »

The gazette notification giving the President powers to deploy the army to any district in Sri Lanka is to be challenged, lawyers Read more…

Naval officer arrested on human smuggling charges
7 Sep
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

Naval officer arrested on human smuggling charges »

A lieutenant commander of the Trincomalee Navy Camp and four foreign agents have been arrested by the Matara Police today over their Read more…

Don’t sell warships to Sri Lanka, says Karunanidhi
7 Sep
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

Don’t sell warships to Sri Lanka, says Karunanidhi »

India’s decision to build and supply two warships to Sri Lanka has proved that the central government helps only the neighbouring government Read more…

Next anniversary under UNP Govt: Ranil
7 Sep
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

Next anniversary under UNP Govt: Ranil »

The United National Party (UNP) which celebrated its 67th anniversary yesterday said this would be the last anniversary celebrated as the opposition Read more…

Gota’s comment upsets Rishad
6 Sep
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

Gota’s comment upsets Rishad »

The Minister of Industry and Commerce Rishad Bathiudeen said the he and his party, the All Ceylon Muslim Congress (ACMC), deplored the Read more…

Sri Lanka Muslim leader warns against extremism claims
6 Sep
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

Sri Lanka Muslim leader warns against extremism claims »

Sri Lanka’s main Muslim political leader, who is also the justice minister, criticised his own government Friday for blaming religious tensions in Read more…

Indonesian police arrest alleged people-smuggling boss, Akram
6 Sep
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

Indonesian police arrest alleged people-smuggling boss, Akram »

Indonesian police have arrested a man who is understood to be a key people-smuggling boss, with suspected involvement in a fatal boat Read more…

“If tuition classes are stopped the government will topple”-Upul Shantha Sannasgala
6 Sep
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

“If tuition classes are stopped the government will topple”-Upul Shantha Sannasgala »

The famous and popular private tuition Master Upul Shantha Sannasgala had challenged that if law is brought in to prohibit private tuition Read more…