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Sri Lanka balances its ties with two Asian giants

Sri Lanka balances its ties with two Asian giants

SRI Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena on 25th March began a four-day visit to China to rebalance Colombo's close ties with Beijing amid reports he might seek to renegotiate the 'expensive' Chinese loans and discuss the future of the suspended ... Bangladesh Daily Star, 2 weeks ago

Tata Steel pulls out of Sri Lanka

India-based global steel major Tata Steel Ltd (TSL) on Wednesday said it has pulled out of its manufacturing operations in Sri Lanka by divesting its entire stake in its subsidiary company for a sum of Rs.20.4 crore to E.B. Creasy & Company PLC in an all-cash ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Sri Lanka backs China’s offer to involve India

Sri Lanka has backed China’s surprise initiative to make India an important component of a regional cooperation to address New Delhi’s concerns over Chinese involvement in large-scale projects in the country, a senior Sri Lankan minister has said. Finance ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago

India and Sri Lanka to fight ISI influence

Top intelligence sources said that some Pakistani embassy staff were using their diplomatic cover in promoting ISI’s anti-India activities Following a change in regime in Sri Lanka, India intelligence agencies will engage with their Sri Lankan counterparts ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago

Colombo buzz: Non-Stop PM and a cricket-loving counterpart

Sri Lankan PM Ranil Wickremsinghe at the Singhalese cricket club instead, watching the annual Royal-Thomian match. Photo: Suhasini Haidar Suhasini Haidar is the Strategic & Diplomatic Affairs Editor of The Hindu. She has covered foreign affairs ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
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Sri Lankan fishermen to leave for talks in Chennai

Comment · print · T T T+· T- A team of Sri Lankan fisher leaders will leave for Chennai to participate in the talks with their counterparts across the Palk Strait. Around 10 fisher leaders, accompanied by senior officials of the Sri ...
 The Hindu4 weeks ago Indo Lanka fisheries talks resume  Independent Television Network3 weeks ago

HDFC Bank introduces loans for MSMEs

HDFC Bank of Sri Lanka signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Central Bank of Sri Lanka recently to offer a new loan scheme, Saubhagya, which will focus on Micro, Small, and Medium scale entrepreneurs (MSME) who are engaged in production and ...
 Sunday Observer2 weeks ago In Jaffna, PM Modi bats for equality  Asian Age1 month ago PM Modi offers prayer at Mahabodhi tree in Lanka's ancient capital  Jagran Post1 month ago
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Modi in Sri Lanka: Key takeaways as India loosens purse strings to keep China at bay

In his engagements with his Sri Lankan interlocutors Modi described ocean economy as a new frontier that holds enormous promise for both the sides. The post Modi in Sri Lanka: Key takeaways as India loosens purse strings to keep China at bay appeared first on ...
 First Post.com1 month ago PM Modi in Sri Lanka: Key takeaways as India loosens purse strings to keep China at bay  First Post.com1 month ago
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India, Lanka ink civil nuclear pact, agree to expand defence ties

  Prime Minister Narendra Modi with President of Sri Lanka Maithripala Sirisena at Hyderabad House, in New Delhi. Photographs: MEA/Facebook Taking the ties to a new level, India and Sri Lanka on Monday inked a civil nuclear pact besides deciding to expand defence and security cooperation. This was announced after the talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena during which both the leaders expressed commitment to find a solution to the emotive ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Nuclear deal on cards as Sirisena comes calling  Deccan Herald2 months ago

US wants evidence of Lanka's actions on rights in UN report

The US has said it wants to see evidence of Sri Lankas actions in promoting human rights, reconciliation and accountability in the UN report that has been deferred by six months after the countrys newly-elected government sought more time to conclude its ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Sri Lanka war crime report deferred by six months  Jagran Post2 months ago
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