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We will meet when time is right: Rajinikanth writes to Sri Lankan Tamils

Lanka Tamils to mark 8th anniversary of end of civil war

Tamils in Sri Lanka's war-ravaged northern and eastern provinces are today observing the eigth anniversary of the end of the three-decade brutal civil war in the country in 2009. The Tamil Genocide Remembrance day will be marked by various events at ... Business Standard, 1 week ago
Lanka Tamils opposes UN 'Vesak Day' celebrations Business Standard, 2 weeks ago

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Wrong to give Lanka more time on accountability: Wigneswaran

It was not right to give Sri Lanka more time to address the issue of accountability over the alleged war crimes committed during the civil war, Northern Province Chief Minister CV Wigneswaran said today. The Sri Lankan government has sought two more years ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Airport work cuts Sri Lankan tourism for first time since civil war  DNA2 months ago UN denounces Sri Lanka's slow pace in addressing war crimes  Business Standard2 months ago

Sri Lanka signals arrests over high-profile killings

Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena said today he would not protect anyone guilty of murder during the civil war, flagging arrests for a spate of high-profile crimes allegedly perpetrated by security forces.
 DNA2 months ago SL army chief thanks Pak counterpart for 'incessant support'  Business Standard3 weeks ago Sri Lanka, China discuss ways to step up military cooperation  Business Standard2 months ago

Lankan troops will not be prosecuted for ending war: ex-Prez

Sri Lankan soldiers, who fought against the LTTE during the civil war, would not be dragged before courts just because the Tamil diaspora keeps demanding, former President Chandrika Kumaratunga has said.
 DNA2 months ago

TNA insists on international mechanism to probe war crimes

Sri Lanka's main ethnic Tamil party TNA today asked the government to fulfil its commitments to the UN Human Rights Council through an appropriate mechanism to probe into the alleged war crimes committed during the civil war with the LTTE. The Tamil National ...
 Business Standard2 months ago UN to check human rights record for Sri Lankan peacekeepers  Business Standard2 days ago UN to have enhanced screening process for Lankan peacekeepers  Business Standard2 days ago

Sri Lankan sex ring in Haiti reveals cracks in UN system

The general sat on a plastic lawn chair in the garden of his mother's home, the scent of tropical blooms filling the air as he talked about the alleged rape and sodomy of a Haitian teenager by a Sri Lankan peacekeeper. There was no rape, insisted Maj. Gen.
 Business Standard3 days ago

Lankan Prez names new foreign minister in cabinet reshuffle

Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena today replaced his foreign minister who had averted possible international sanctions on the country over the alleged war crimes committed during the decades-long civil war with Tamil rebels.
 DNA1 week ago
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May 17 movement: Chennai Police denies volunteers permission to gather at Marina beach

Every year, volunteers from the 'May 17 movement' gather near Chennai's Marina Beach to remember Tamil fighters and Sri Lankan Tamils killed in the final days of the Sri Lankan civil war. This year, Chennai Police had other plans.
 India Today1 week ago

Diversity calls for celebration and not confrontation: Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said Sinhala and Tamil communities in Sri Lanka should strengthen unity and harmony as he assured India's full support to the steps taken by Colombo to improve the living conditions of minority Tamils in the country.
 Business Standard2 weeks ago

Sri Lankan embassies sheltered criminals: Foreign minister

Sri Lanka's foreign minister on Friday accused the previous administration of using its embassies abroad as "safe houses" for murderers accused of perpetrating human rights abuses during the civil war. Colombo: Sri Lanka's foreign minister on Friday accused ...
 Zee News3 weeks ago
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