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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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Fowzie walks away from SLFP Central Committee, conflicts in SLFP aggravate
10 Feb
2013
Written by TELO Admin

Fowzie walks away from SLFP Central Committee, conflicts in SLFP aggravate »

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The conflicts within the SLFP are deepening with the arbitrary policy followed by the President in appointing electoral organizers say reports.The immediate incident Read more…

Commonwealth pushes Sri Lanka on judicial independence
10 Feb
2013
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Commonwealth pushes Sri Lanka on judicial independence »

The Commonwealth Secretary-General opened talks with Sri Lanka on Sunday by pushing for judicial independence on the island, as Canada renewed calls to Read more…

Army Denies TNA Allegations
10 Feb
2013
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Army Denies TNA Allegations »

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The army has strongly denied allegations raised by the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) that hundreds of those who had surrendered to the army Read more…

Govt Objects To Pillay’s Report
10 Feb
2013
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Govt Objects To Pillay’s Report »

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The government has objected to the draft report on Sri Lanka prepared by the office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Read more…

Sri Lanka should correct itself, no use blaming Tamilnadu, Mano Ganeshan states
10 Feb
2013
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Sri Lanka should correct itself, no use blaming Tamilnadu, Mano Ganeshan states »

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Three years have elapsed, but Sri Lankan Tamils crisis not settled. There are insufficient developments in human rights issues. This is the cause Read more…

Sri Lanka to develop Eastern port city of Trincomalee with US$ 85 million ADB loan
10 Feb
2013
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Sri Lanka to develop Eastern port city of Trincomalee with US$ 85 million ADB loan »

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Sri Lanka will develop infrastructure and local services in the northeastern port city of Trincomalee with US$ 85 million loan from the Asian Read more…

Head of RAW meets President
10 Feb
2013
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Head of RAW meets President »

India’s Hindu Newspaper reported that RAW Director Alok Joshi had met President Mahinda Rajapaksa during his recent visit to India.The 30 minute long Read more…

Indian official’s house ransacked in Jaffna
10 Feb
2013
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Indian official’s house ransacked in Jaffna »

The house of an Indian Consulate official in Jaffna was ransacked on Friday, a day after miscreants stormed the Bank of Ceylon building Read more…

SriLankan Airlines increases flights to London
10 Feb
2013
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SriLankan Airlines increases flights to London »

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Sri Lanka’s national carrier, SriLankan Airlines will add more flights to its UK destination to meet the summer time travel requirement.The airline will Read more…

SL may be in a tight spot in April
8 Feb
2013
Written by TELO Admin

SL may be in a tight spot in April »

Sri Lanka may face a tight situation at the April meeting of the Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group (CMAG) in London with the likelihood Read more…