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China has invested heavily because of the country’s location

China has invested heavily because of the country’s location

Dr. Satoru Nagao, a Japanese expert on maritime security who is currently a Visiting Fellow at the Hudson Institute in Washington DC, says that Sri Read more…

41 Page Confidential Report Compiled by South Africa Based International Truth and Justice Project Claims UN has Deployed Alleged War Criminals from Sri Lanka as Peace Keepers.

41 Page Confidential Report Compiled by South Africa Based International Truth and Justice Project Claims UN has Deployed Alleged War Criminals from Sri Lanka as Peace Keepers.

The UN has been sending alleged war criminals to act as peacekeepers in conflict zones, a confidential report claims.

The document, seen by the Observer, Read more…

Launch of Islandwide expansion of free 1990 Suwaseriya Emergency Ambulance Service

Launch of Islandwide expansion of free 1990 Suwaseriya Emergency Ambulance Service

Prime Minister of India Mr. Narendra Modi joined Prime Minister of Sri Lanka through a live video conferencing from New Delhi for the launch of Read more…

President Says He Will Not Reverse Decision On Death Penalty Despite Objections Raised By Some Parties

President Says He Will Not Reverse Decision On Death Penalty Despite Objections Raised By Some Parties

President Maithripala Sirisena said the government would not reverse its decision to impose death penalty on drug dealers.

Addressing a public gathering in Polonnaruwa, Read more…

Mahinda to visit Delhi

Mahinda to visit Delhi

Former Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa will visit New Delhi in September to speak on India-Sri Lanka relations, the Sunday Island has learnt.

Disclosing this, Read more…

Thamilini exchanges camouflage for sari
17 Feb
2013
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Thamilini exchanges camouflage for sari »

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Former LTTE Women’s Wing Political Leader, Thamilini, appeared as a bridesmaid at the wedding of an ex-LTTE woman cadre at the Poonthotam Rehabilitation Read more…

Sri Lanka Buddhist monks demand halal boycott
17 Feb
2013
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Sri Lanka Buddhist monks demand halal boycott »

Sri Lanka’s nationalist Buddhist monks and their supporters launched a campaign Sunday to boycott Islamic halal-slaughtered meat amid mounting religious tensions in the Read more…

Handing over Norochcholai to China would jeopardize national security – Anura
17 Feb
2013
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Handing over Norochcholai to China would jeopardize national security – Anura »

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The whole defence system of the country would be jeopardized with the handing over of the Norochcholai power station to a Chinese company Read more…

Shooting journalist of ‘Sunday Leader’ is another instance of media repression – JVP
17 Feb
2013
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Shooting journalist of ‘Sunday Leader’ is another instance of media repression – JVP »

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The shooting of Sunday Leader journalist Faraz Shaukat Ally is another instance of media repression and what is distinct is that the arm Read more…

Sri Lankan government to acquire High Security Zones land in Northern Province
17 Feb
2013
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Sri Lankan government to acquire High Security Zones land in Northern Province »

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Sri Lankan government has decided to acquire the land that is now being used as High Security Zones permanently, a local Sinhala newspaper Read more…

British Minister seriously concerned at the shooting of Sri Lanka journalist
17 Feb
2013
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British Minister seriously concerned at the shooting of Sri Lanka journalist »

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Britain’s Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt has expressed shock and serious concern at the shooting of Sunday Leader journalist in Sri Lanka.Issuing a Read more…

Shooting of Sunday Leader journalist: Police run into a blank wall
17 Feb
2013
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Shooting of Sunday Leader journalist: Police run into a blank wall »

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Police sleuths probing the shooting of Sunday Leader journalist Faraz Shauketaly have apparently run into a blank wall with neither the identity of Read more…

Military has retained its tight grip on north-Burt
16 Feb
2013
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Military has retained its tight grip on north-Burt »

Alistair Burt the Parliamentary undersecretary of state at the foreign and the Commonwealth office in an opinion column on Sri Lanka said that Read more…

Sri Lankan military inquiry says army did not shell civilians
16 Feb
2013
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Sri Lankan military inquiry says army did not shell civilians »

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Sri Lankan military investigators said on Friday that the army did not shell civilians as it crushed a Tamil rebellion, refuting international allegations Read more…

TNA says army disrupted Telippali Opposition protest
16 Feb
2013
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TNA says army disrupted Telippali Opposition protest »

The Tamil National Alliance (TNA) alleges that some army intelligence personnel disrupted yesterday’s joint opposition protest in Telippalai calling on the government to Read more…