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US quits UNHRC: TNA to work with other countries on UN Resolution

US quits UNHRC: TNA to work with other countries on UN Resolution

Commenting on the decision by the United States to quit from the UNHRC, Tamil National Alliance (TNA) MP M. A. Sumanthiran said his party would Read more…

“Do Not Jeopardize The Lives Of Web Journalists Under The Pretext Of National Security”- National Movement of web Journalists

“Do Not Jeopardize The Lives Of Web Journalists Under The Pretext Of National Security”- National Movement of web Journalists

The national movement for web journalists strongly urges the president, prime minister and the responsible stakeholders in the government to immediately cease the effort taken Read more…

30 trade unions extend support for Postal Strike

30 trade unions extend support for Postal Strike

The Joint Postal Trade Union Collective says, trade unions from more than 30 different sectors have extended their support to the Postal strike.

Its Convenor, Read more…

Sri Lankan civil society oppose Dayan’s nomination to Russia

Sri Lankan civil society oppose Dayan’s nomination to Russia

Sri Lankan civil society activists have raised strong objections to the nomination of Dr Dayan Jayatilleke to the post of Sri Lankan Ambassador Read more…

Sri Lanka Human Rights Commission organizes film festival to mark International Day in Support of Victims of Torture

Sri Lanka Human Rights Commission organizes film festival to mark International Day in Support of Victims of Torture

The UN General Assembly in 1997 proclaimed 26 June as the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture with the ultimate aim of total Read more…

Army rejects allegations on theft »

The army has rejected allegations that some soldiers had been involved in stealing items from three Hindu temples in Batticaloa.

Army spokesman Brigadier Read more…

Send back Lankan defence officers training in Tamil Nadu
9 Jun
2013
Written by TELOMedia

Send back Lankan defence officers training in Tamil Nadu »

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa has strongly urged Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to instruct officials to send back two Sri Lankan Read more…

India, US should put pressure on Sri Lanka on Tamils issue
9 Jun
2013
Written by TELOMedia

India, US should put pressure on Sri Lanka on Tamils issue »

The decades long civil war in Sri Lanka ended in May 2009, with the killing of top LTTE leaders including its chief Read more…

Najeeb. A .Majeed has approved to American corner,Trincomalee
9 Jun
2013
Written by TELOMedia

Najeeb. A .Majeed has approved to American corner,Trincomalee »

Eastern Province Chief Minister Najeeb Abdul Majeed has approved the opening of the American corner at the Trincomalee Urban Council.

Majeed said Read more…

France said there was “no evidence at all” to suggest that Prageeth Ekneligoda
9 Jun
2013
Written by TELOMedia

France said there was “no evidence at all” to suggest that Prageeth Ekneligoda »

France said yesterday there was “no evidence at all” to suggest that journalist Prageeth Ekneligoda, who disappeared in Sri Lanka three years Read more…

Matale town listed as Muslim Town’ by Nokia Maps
9 Jun
2013
Written by TELOMedia

Matale town listed as Muslim Town’ by Nokia Maps »

Matale, a scenic town in the Central Province has been listed as ‘Muslim Town’ by Nokia Maps.

Matale is located 142 kilometers Read more…

Sri lanka fresh moves to tighten their control of the press-CPJ
9 Jun
2013
Written by TELOMedia

Sri lanka fresh moves to tighten their control of the press-CPJ »

In Sri Lanka, where there has seldom been good news for the media in recent years, things have taken a further turn Read more…

Arundhika telling lies-Wediwardane
8 Jun
2013
Written by TELOMedia

Arundhika telling lies-Wediwardane »

Journalist Manjula Wediwardane, who is living in France has denied UPFA MP Arundhika Fernando’s claims that he had introduced disappeared journalist Prageeth Read more…

Chinese Military training for Sri Lankan forces »

Firming up its ties with Sri Lanka, China has granted fresh development loans worth 2.2 billion US Dollars for infrastructure projects and Read more…

Inclement weather affects many areas.5 died
8 Jun
2013
Written by TELOMedia

Inclement weather affects many areas.5 died »

5 fishermen who set sail from Beruwala, Ahungalle, Galle & Ginthota have died in boat accidents caused due to inclement weather.

Meanwhile Read more…