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India is most likely to vote against Sri Lanka when its human rights record comes up for evaluation before the United Nations Human Rights Council in March, according to a senior official who did not want to be named. Sri Lanka had an opportunity to
12 editor The 66th Independence Day of Sri Lanka was celebrated at the Representative Office of Sri Lanka in the State of Palestine on 4th February 2014 with the participation of Sri Lankan community and the well wishers in the State of Palestine.
09 editor We are celebrating the dawn of this New Year 2014, together with pride in our success in building the nation through a long drawn campaign for development, declares Sri Lanka President Mahinda Rajapaksa. In his New Year message to the
Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa has invited main Tamil party leaders, including Chief Minister of the northern province C V Wigneswaran, to join hands with him for national reconciliation rather than looking for a solution from a foreign
58 editor President Mahinda Rajapaksa, in a letter to the South African President Jacob Zuma has expressed condolences on behalf of the Sri Lankan people on the death of former South African President Nelson Mandela. Given below the complete text
In interviews, government ministers and top officials say hosting the Commonwealth summit "signals Lanka arrives on world stage". A banner headline in the state-controlled Daily News quotes a combative President Mahinda Rajapaksa as saying he has "
Vavuniya district took oaths yesterday before Northern Provincial Council Chief Minister C.V.Vigneswaran. He took his oaths at the Vali Southwest Pradesha Sabah head office. Inthirarasa was the last elected Northern Provincial Council Councilor to
03 editor "During my visit to all parts of the country, North, East, South, and West I was able to speak freely and openly with ministers, government officials, religious leaders, and most importantly ordinary citizens from all sections and walks
A former political proxy for Sri Lanka's defeated Tamil Tiger rebels has swept the country's northern provincial election in what is seen as a resounding call for wider regional autonomy in areas ravaged by a quarter century of civil war.
It's a fever that Sri Lankan Tamils have waited to catch for a quarter of a century. Sri Lanka's Northern Province will go to the polls on Saturday: historic elections that are almost certain to see the oppositional Tamil National Alliance (TNA) come