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Sri Lanka President Seeks Third Term, Critics Want Powers Curbed

Sri Lanka President Seeks Third Term, Critics Want Powers Curbed

Sri Lanka's President Mahinda Rajapaksa (in white) inspects a parade during the War Victory parade, in Colombo May 18, 2013. COLOMBO — Sri Lanka's Mahinda Rajapaksa said on Thursday he would seek an unprecedented third term as president, ... Irrawaddy, 1 week ago

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UAE- Sri Lanka rejects UN accusations over war crime probe

(MENAFN - Khaleej Times) Sri Lanka which denies any civilian was killed by its security forces has repeatedly refused to cooperate with the probe insisting a domestic commission of inquiry can do the job. Sri Lanka on Saturday angrily rejected ...
 MENAFN2 weeks ago Sri Lanka rejects UN accusations over war crime probe  Expatica Switzerland2 weeks ago Sri Lanka Slams U.N. Rights Chief over War Probe Criticism  Naharnet2 weeks ago Lanka rejects UN charges over war crime probe  The Gulf Today2 weeks ago
Miami Herald

Train to Jaffna

The return of the Yal Devi Express to Jaffna, extending its journey from Pallai deeper into Sri Lanka's former war zone, marks a historic moment. The Yal Devi (or Queen of Jaffna) was inaugurated in 1956 and ran along the lifeline connecting Sri ...
 Indian Express1 month ago Train service back in former Sri Lankan war zone  Miami Herald1 month ago Jaffna-Colombo train service resumes  The Week1 month ago Sri Lanka's Queen of Jaffna back on track - in pictures  Abu Dhabi National1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

Sri Lankan Tamils get back gold lost in war

Lankan military said Tuesday it has invited the rightful owners to contact the civil coordinating offices in the former Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) regions to receive their items on verification of ownership Colombo: Sri Lankan ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

Indian-assisted railway line opened in Sri Lanka's former war zone

Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapakse raises both hands to acknowledge cheers at the rebuilt Jaffna railway station as he arrives to officiate the resumption of rail services to the war-battered region after nearly 25 years. Photo: AFP Colombo: A ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago Sri Lanka re-opens rail link to former war zone after 24 years  Sharenet1 month ago
Times of India

International conspiracy for Lanka regime change Rajapaksa

COLOMBO: Facing flak from the UN over its alleged human rights abuses during the civil war against the LTTE, Sri Lankan president Mahinda Rajapaksa has said that a section of the
 Big News Network1 month ago Intl conspiracy for SL regime change-MR  Daily Mirror Sri Lanka1 month ago Conspiracy for Sri Lanka regime change: Rajapakse  Gulf Times1 month ago

Pakistani IT companies

In May 2009, Sri Lankan army won the protracted civil war by decisively defeating the Tamil Tigers. And in the same year, Sri Lanka and Pakistan exported IT-BPO services worth $209 million and $202 million respectively. However, the difference ...
 Business Recorder5 days ago

CHIC and STYLISH: Sri Lanka's new breed of hotels

Sri Lanka, the teardrop-shaped island that in 2009 emerged from more than a quarter century of civil war, has staked claim as one of Asia's most exciting new destinations. With the beaches of Negombo and Galle on the West Coast and World ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News1 month ago Sri Lanka's new breed of hotels  CNN1 month ago Sri Lanka's new breed of chic hotels  CNN1 month ago Chic and stylish: 6 stunning Sri Lanka hotels  CNN1 month ago

Five years after war, Sri Lanka refugees reluctant to leave India-survey

NEW DELHI, Oct 29 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Nearly 70 percent of refugees who fled to India during Sri Lanka's civil war prefer to stay rather than return, even though the conflict in their homeland has ended, according to a survey by a ...
 AlertNet1 month ago

Sri Lanka is a potential gateway to the rest of the huge South Asian market - Thailand's ambassador to Sri Lanka

(Colombo, Lankapuvath) - Bangkok Post reports that five years after the end of the civil war in Sri Lanka, its economy is thriving and investors are flocking to the country to seek new opportunities. Since the defeat of the Liberation Tigers of ...
 Lankapuvath1 month ago
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