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Gotabaya will sit on the President’s chair – Rohitha Abeygunawardene

Gotabaya will sit on the President’s chair – Rohitha Abeygunawardene

Speaking at a press briefing of the Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna (SLPP), UPFA MP Rohitha Abeygunawardene commented on the presidential elections.

He claimed that the Read more…

Who will be the UNP’s presidential candidate?

Who will be the UNP’s presidential candidate?

Speaking on the presidential candidate to be put forward by the United National Party, the General Secretary of UNP Akila Viraj Kariyawasam said that the Read more…

Red Notice leads to arrest of Sri Lanka bombings suspect

Red Notice leads to arrest of Sri Lanka bombings suspect

Ahamed Milhan Hayathu Mohamed, a 29-year-old Sri Lankan national, wanted on charges including terrorism and murder, was today extradited to Sri Lanka, along with four Read more…

Sri Lanka insists ISIS not directly linked to Easter attacks

Sri Lanka insists ISIS not directly linked to Easter attacks

Sri Lanka has insisted that the Islamic State (IS) or ISIS were not directly involved in the Easter Sunday attacks.

A Sri Lanka intelligence officer Read more…

Muslim MPs to hold talks on re-accepting ministerial posts

Muslim MPs to hold talks on re-accepting ministerial posts

The Muslim Members of Parliament who resigned from their ministerial portfolios have decided to meet and discuss the request made by the Mahanayake Theros of Read more…

Maldives opposes any punitive action against Sri Lanka
20 May
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

Maldives opposes any punitive action against Sri Lanka »

The Maldives does not want to change the venue of this year’s Commonwealth summit from Colombo and opposes any punitive action against Read more…

Norway tells Lanka: Respect Vienna Convention
19 May
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

Norway tells Lanka: Respect Vienna Convention »

Norway has asked Sri Lanka to comply with “well established international rules on diplomatic immunity” after a Colombo Court ruled that the Read more…

Russia to donate eight helicopters to SL
19 May
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

Russia to donate eight helicopters to SL »

Russia announced that it has taken steps to provide eight large helicopters to Sri Lanka as a total donation; the Sri Lanka’s Read more…

Canadian moves on Lanka being monitored
19 May
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

Canadian moves on Lanka being monitored »

Sri Lanka is keeping a close tab on possible moves being taken against the country by Canada, the External Affairs ministry said.

External Read more…

Palaly-KKS security zone not raised in phone call from Delhi Gota checks with GL
19 May
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

Palaly-KKS security zone not raised in phone call from Delhi Gota checks with GL »

Having consulted External Affairs Minister Prof. G. L. Peiris yesterday afternoon, Defence Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa told that contrary to media reports, acquiring Read more…

US Looks At Post UNHRC Status
19 May
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

US Looks At Post UNHRC Status »

The United States (US) has begun looking at the progress made in Sri Lanka following the resolution adopted at the UN Human Read more…

Sri Lanka Tamils defy ban on rebel memorial
19 May
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

Sri Lanka Tamils defy ban on rebel memorial »

Sri Lanka’s main opposition Tamil party Saturday defied a military ban and staged a commemoration of their war dead as the government Read more…

TNA tells China to push for solution
18 May
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

TNA tells China to push for solution »

The Tamil National Alliance has urged China to influence the government to address Tamil grievances in a serious manner and put forward Read more…

TNPF members arrested
18 May
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

TNPF members arrested »

Members of the Tamil National People’s Front (TNPF) were arrested in Mannar today while they were participating in an event to remember Read more…

Nearly 6,200 war widows sole breadwinners
18 May
2013
Written by TELO Media Team 1

Nearly 6,200 war widows sole breadwinners »

Around 6,170 war widows have been registered as sole breadwinners of their families from among those seeking livelihood assistance in the Kilinochchi Read more…