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Colombo justifies move on trade pacts

Alluding to opposition in certain quarters to the proposed Economic and Technology Cooperation Agreement with India, Harsha de Silva, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, told a gathering of representatives of trade and industry of Sri Lanka and Swedish ... The Hindu, 4 days ago

Why India has failed miserably in maritime trade

Colombo can handle more container traffic than all of India’s ports put together. For a country with a long maritime tradition, this is a pathetic state of affairs, saya T N Ninan. Narendra Modi has just inaugurated a National Maritime Summit, perhaps the country’s first. Using the occasion, he has announced ambitious goals in terms of capacities, investment and jobs, all of which may or may not be realised. The important thing though is that it has brought into focus a long ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago T N Ninan: Maritime failures  Business Standard2 weeks ago
Times of India

Don't worry about Chinese investment in Colombo Port City project, Wickremesinghe tells India

BEIJING: India need not worry about security issues emanating from Chinese investment in the controversial Colombo Port City project, and China's efforts to gain access to the Indian Ocean, Sri Lankan prime minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said on ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago SL seeks equity swap for part of $8 b debt to China  DailyFT2 weeks ago Port project no threat: Sri Lankan PM  China Daily Asia2 weeks ago Port City not a threat to India but opportunity for all to make money: Ranil  DailyFT2 weeks ago
Times of India

Interview: 'The only way I go from here is up' - Irfan Pathan

MUMBAI: His last appearance for India was in October 2012, the team's last match of the 2012 ICC World Twenty20 in Colombo. He didn't get to bat, and then took 1/26 in three overs as India beat South Africa by one run. His last international wicket ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago ICC unveils Twenty20 rankings  SAMAA TV3 weeks ago Kohli shatters another world record  MSN News US4 weeks ago World T20: Kohli's T20I record, India's powerplay performance and other statistical highlights of India vs West Indies  Firstpost.com4 weeks ago
The Freepress Journal

India, Lanka repatriate arrested fishermen

(ANI): Consequent to the mutual agreement between India and Sri Lanka, 96 Indian fishermen from Colombo and nine Sri Lankan fishermen from New Delhi have been repatriated to their respective countries. The fishermen were handed and taken over at ...
 Yahoo! India2 weeks ago Maldives: Ocean of woes for India  The Freepress Journal2 weeks ago Expanding US-Japan-India coop in the Indian Ocean  Emirates-Business.ae2 weeks ago Modi wields carrots and sticks to dominate India's neighbors  Nikkei Asian Review1 month ago

1,200 Indian Kidneys Removed in Lanka in Last Three Years

COLOMBO: The Counsel for the six Indians who were arrested here on April 1 for donating their kidneys illegally to patients in Sri Lanka, told the Colombo Chief Magistrate on Monday, that in the last three years, nearly 1,200 Indians had had their ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago Nearly 1,200 Indian kidneys removed in Lanka  Sri Lanka Daily News3 weeks ago Six of eight arrested indians sold kidneys  Sri Lanka Daily News4 weeks ago

India to supply boats, fishing tools to Lanka

Colombo: India will supply 150 boats and fishing equipment to Sri Lanka at a total cost of Rs 4.5 crore for fishermen in the country's northern district. Indian High Commissioner Y K Sinha and Secretary, Ministry of Fisheries and Aquatic ...
 News Today4 weeks ago India to supply 150 boats, fishing equipment to Sri Lanka  ZeeNews.com4 weeks ago PTI - LANKA-BOATS (FES61) - India to supply 150 boats, fishing equipment to Lanka  Namibia Press Agency4 weeks ago PTI - LANKA-BOATS - India to supply 150 boats, fishing equipment to Lanka  Namibia Press Agency4 weeks ago

Indian delegation to visit Colombo

A delegation of officials from India will visit Colombo on March 4 to hold talks with Sri Lankan officials regarding the proposed Economic and Technology Cooperation Agreement (ETCA), Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe told Parliament on Tuesday. During the ...
 The Hindu2 months ago India, Sri Lanka discuss fishermen  Asian Age2 months ago Swaraj inaugurates 'Rise of Digital India'in Lanka  Business Standard2 months ago India, Lanka discuss fishermen issue; sign two MoUs  Jagran Post2 months ago
New Indian Express

TNA To Appeal To India For More Funds To House Sampur War Displaced

COLOMBO: The Tamil National Alliance (TNA) is to meet the Indian High Commissioner to seek more funds to house the war-displaced at Sampur in Eastern Sri Lanka because the LKR 550,000 that is now given to each beneficiary family to build a house ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago TNA to Take up Sampur Power Plant Environmental Issues With India  New Indian Express1 month ago
Siasat Daily

Three Indian Navy ships from 1st Training Squadron arrive at Colombo Port

Three Indian Navy ships from the First Training Squadron arrived at Colombo Port for a four day visit. The ships, INS Tir, INS Sujatha and Coast Guard Ship Varuna, were ceremonially welcomed by the Sri Lanka Navy in accordance with naval traditions on their ...
 News on Air2 weeks ago Indian Naval Warships Visit Colombo, Sri Lanka  Press Information Bureau2 weeks ago Indian Navy Warships Visit Sri Lanka  New Indian Express2 weeks ago Indian Naval warships to visit Sri Lanka  NetIndia123.com2 weeks ago
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