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Modi tours Lanka's former war zone  Sign of solidarity with minority Tamils
Kuwait Times

Modi tours Lanka's former war zone Sign of solidarity with mi...

COLOMBO: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Sri Lanka's former civil war zone on yesterday, in a sign of solidarity with minority Tamils who are calling for regional autonomy to end a decades-old ethnic conflict. Modi's visit to the Tamil ... Kuwait Times, 2 weeks ago
Stop Playing Big Brother With Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Sunday Leader, 1 week ago
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War crimes inquiry likely soon: Sri Lanka president

A domestic inquiry into alleged war crimes committed during the Sri Lankan civil war may be set up in less than a month, President Maithripala Sirisena said on his trip to Britain. He, however, said the investigation won’t involve international observers or ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Sri Lanka president Sirisena pledges war crimes inquiry  The Guardian Nigeria2 weeks ago Lankan Prez hopes to set up war crimes inquiry  News on Air2 weeks ago Sri Lanka pledges war crimes inquiry  BBC2 weeks ago
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Sri Lanka Island

UN calls for swift domestic probe into war crimes allegations

, 10:08 pm by Zacki Jabbar The United Nations said yesterday that it expected the Sri Lankan government to swiftly conduct an independent domestic probe into war crimes allegations that had been leveled against the previous regime and the ...
 Sri Lanka Island3 weeks ago Law to protect Sri Lanka war crime witnesses  Reuters India1 month ago Sri Lanka enacts witness protection law before war crimes probe  AlertNet1 month ago Sri Lankan Civil War: UN Defers Release Of Alleged War Crimes Report  Austin American Statesman1 month ago
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Hindustan Times

Censor certificate refused to documentary on Sri Lankan civil war

Close on the heels of British director Leslee Udwins Indias Daughter about the rape and murder of Delhi Braveheart in 2012 being banned by the Indiannbspgovernment a censor certificate has been refused to a controversial documentary by Callum Macrae No Fire ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
News Today

PTI - LANKA-RAIL - Modi to inaugurate rail track destroyed in Lankan civil war

LANKA-RAIL - Modi to inaugurate rail track destroyed in Lankan civil war Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. Colombo, Mar 11 (PTI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate a railway track that was destroyed during the civil war in Sri Lanka and has ...
 Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago Modi to inaugurate rail track destroyed in Lankan civil war  News Today2 weeks ago Narendra Modi to inaugurate rail track destroyed in Lankan civil war  Oneindia2 weeks ago PM Modi to inaugurate rail track destroyed in Lankan civil war  IBNLive India News2 weeks ago
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Ani News

Sri Lanka does not agree with UN report on civil war deaths, but willing to verify: Wickremasinghe

Mar 7, 2:03 pm Colombo, Mar.7 ( ANI -Thanthi TV): Prime Minister Ranil Wickramasinghe of Sri Lanka has said that his government does not agree with civil war death toll figures published in a recent UN report, but added that it is willing ...
 Ani News3 weeks ago
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IndiaTV News

More than 1.70 lakh Sri Lankan people remains refugees or asylum-seekers, says UNHCR

Even five years after end of the civil war between Sri Lankan government and LTTE, over 1.70 lakh people remain either as refugees or asylum-seekers in other countries or Internally Displaced Persons within the Island, according to United Nations High ...
 DNA2 months ago More than 1.70 lakh Lankan refugees,asylum-seekers,IDPs: UNHCR  Business Standard2 months ago More than 1.70 lakh Sri Lankan refugees,asylum-seekers,IDPs: UNHCR  Economic Times2 months ago
Rediff.com

'You don't want to see someone's power go unchecked'

'Sri Lanka has a large military presence in the north and east, where it is very difficult for the war-affected civilian population to move forward.' 'Right now the military is doing jobs that should be for the civilians. I would like to see Sirisena consider demilitarisation,' novelist V V Ganeshananthan tells Aseem Chhabra. The election results from Sri Lanka are still coming in, but what observers see has stunned them. Of course, no one is more stunned than President Mahinda Rajapaksa who ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
Hindustan Times

Sirisena to review interim report on war missing

A Sri Lankan panel that probed over 20,000 cases of people who went missing during the three decades of civil war will present an interim report to President Maithripala Sirisena this week, it was announced on Monday.The secretary to the Special Presidential ...
 Prokerala1 week ago
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Times of India

Voices from Sri Lanka, a memoir, ethical musings and a fictional tale

Crisp and sharp reportage of how Sri Lankans are returning to their normal lives after 30 years of civil war, a message of love and inspiration for readers through a brave memoir, dealing with important ethical issues of our time and a work of fiction - IANS ...
 Prokerala2 weeks ago Books: Voices from Sri Lanka, a memoir and more  Times of India2 weeks ago
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