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It was only a mini reshuffle of Cabinet Portfolios

It was only a mini reshuffle of Cabinet Portfolios

President Maithripala Sirisena swears in a new Cabinet, while Ranil Wickremesinghe continues with his Prime Ministerial and other position and except for a new addition Read more…

In GSP Plus assessment EU finds insufficient progress in Sri Lanka

In GSP Plus assessment EU finds insufficient progress in Sri Lanka

The European Union (EU) has found that there has been insufficient progress on a number of major issues in Sri Lanka since the unity Government Read more…

Police cover up in Lasantha murder emerge after key arrest

Police cover up in Lasantha murder emerge after key arrest

The arrest of a retired senior Deputy Inspector-General has revealed how the police scuttled its own investigations to protect military intelligence men who carried out Read more…

Army contradicts claims, says officer recalled for his own safety

Army contradicts claims, says officer recalled for his own safety

The Army today contradicted claims made with regards to the Defense Attaché to the Sri Lankan High Commission in the UK Brigadier Priyanka Fernando, saying Read more…

Modi And Macron Invite Sirisena For International Solar Alliance Founding Conference And Summit

Modi And Macron Invite Sirisena For International Solar Alliance Founding Conference And Summit

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and French President Emmanuel macron invited President Maithripala Sirisena to attend the International Solar Alliance (ISA) Founding Conference and Solar Read more…

Cameron and some heads will not attend commonwealth summit
22 Jan
2013
Written by TELOadmin

Cameron and some heads will not attend commonwealth summit »

The London Times said British Prime Minister David Cameron and some other unnamed  Commonwealth leaders are likely to boycott the planned meeting of Read more…

Another resolution?
20 Jan
2013
Written by TELOadmin

Another resolution? »

The United States of America and India are exploring the possibilities of ‘passing another resolution’ on Sri Lanka at the next UN Human Read more…

High – profile delegation from the US to visit Lanka
20 Jan
2013
Written by TELOadmin

High – profile delegation from the US to visit Lanka »

A three-member high profile delegation from the United States of America is expected to arrive in the Sri Lanka in the coming weeks, Read more…

Tamils Living In ‘Oppressive Environment’ – Karunanidhi
20 Jan
2013
Written by TELOadmin

Tamils Living In ‘Oppressive Environment’ – Karunanidhi »

Claiming that Tamils in Sri Lanka were living in an ‘oppressive environment,’ DMK chief M Karunanidhi today sought Centre’s intervention to ‘stop this Read more…

Hartal in Batticaloa over demarcation
18 Jan
2013
Written by TELOadmin

Hartal in Batticaloa over demarcation »

A hartal was carried out in certain areas of the Batticaloa District over a proposed move to cluster certain Tamil villages with existing Read more…

EU calls on Sri Lanka to ensure safety of impeached judge
18 Jan
2013
Written by TELOadmin

EU calls on Sri Lanka to ensure safety of impeached judge »

The European Union Friday called on the Sri Lankan government to ensure the safety of the impeached Chief Justice Shirani Bandaranayake and other Read more…

SL’s explanations not satisfactory: US State Department
17 Jan
2013
Written by TELOadmin

SL’s explanations not satisfactory: US State Department »

The United States said the Sri Lankan governments ‘explanation’ on the impeachment of Chief Justice Dr. Shirani Bandranayake was not “satisfactory in terms Read more…

France sees signs of communal tensions in northern Sri Lanka
17 Jan
2013
Written by TELOadmin

France sees signs of communal tensions in northern Sri Lanka »

France said Thursday that there are signs of communal tensions in northern Sri Lanka, particularly in the town of Mannar.French Ambassador to Sri Read more…

Mannar journalist​s threatened by “Siyadh movement”
15 Jan
2013
Written by TELOadmin

Mannar journalist​s threatened by “Siyadh movement” »

Three provincial journalists reported news on Mannar court attack received letter of death threats from “Siyadh movement” today.This letter has been sent to Read more…

Undermining judiciary would impact foreign investment in Sri Lanka, US warns
15 Jan
2013
Written by TELOadmin

Undermining judiciary would impact foreign investment in Sri Lanka, US warns »

The United States warned Sri Lanka today that undermining the independence of judiciary would impact the country’s ability to attract foreign investment.Responding to Read more…