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Indian defence team meets Sri Lanka army chief

A 20-member military delegation of the Army War College of India is currently visiting Sri Lanka on a familiarization tour, the Sri Lankan Army said. Led by Brigadier J.S Sandhu, a Directing Staff at Higher Command Wing, Army War College of ... Siasat Daily, 1 week ago
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New Indian Express, 3 days ago
Gulf Times, 3 weeks ago
Livemint.com, 1 week ago
IOL, 1 week ago
Sri Lanka Daily News, 3 weeks ago
New Indian Express, 2 weeks ago
Oneindia, 1 month ago
NDTV, 2 weeks ago
Sunday Independent, 2 weeks ago
Intellasia.net, 2 weeks ago
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Telangana CM to be chief guest at 3rd India-Lanka ODI

Pakistan's army chief General Raheel Sharif will visit Afghanistan tomorrow to meet the new leaders there and discuss security issues, including
 Business Standard India2 weeks ago Another body found from landslide rubble: 12 Bodies recovered heretofore  Lankapuvath1 week ago More bodies found at Lanka landslide site  Business Standard India1 week ago 100 people feared dead in Lanka's devastating landslide  Odisha Television2 weeks ago
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Joint army exercise brings India, Sri Lanka closer

Indicative of strengthening bilateral military relations, the special forces of India's and Sri Lanka's armies on Monday began a three-week mock war drill in the island nation. Notwithstanding India's "concerns" over China's submarines and warships being ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago India-Sri Lanka combat exercises begin  Times of India2 weeks ago Sri Lanka, India begin joint military exercise  DNA India2 weeks ago Sri Lanka, India joint military exercise to begin from today  Siasat Daily2 weeks ago
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DNA India

Operations at ground zero: Military's Canine Corps arrives

(Colombo, Lankapuvath) - It is reported that the Sri Lanka Army have started rescue operations at ground zero of the landslide area in Haldummulla, Koslanda. The rescue workers are combing through muck and rubble, to ensure the safety of surviving ...
 Lankapuvath2 weeks ago Sri Lanka military deployed to rescue landslides victims  DNA India3 weeks ago ARMY BATTLES FOR LIVES  Sri Lanka Daily News3 weeks ago More than 100 buried alive in Sri Lanka landslide  Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Don't worry India, China has no military presence in Lanka: SL Army chief

Sri Lanka's Chief of Naval Staff, Vice Admiral Jayantha Perera on Monday allayed India's fears on increasing Chinese military presence in the island nation, as he categorically stated that his nation will never compromise on India's national security or for that matter of any other country. "We have very good co-operation with India. We will never compromise on national security of India. India's security is our security. Not only Chinese, even the Russians and other countries also we have very ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Navy Chief: Sri Lanka's relationship with China not at India's expense  Sri Lanka Island2 weeks ago Won't ever compromise on security of India: Sri Lanka  Asian Age3 weeks ago Experts see several implications to Chinese submarine's visit to Colombo  Oneindia3 weeks ago
NDTV

China Says Nothing Unusual in Submarine Docking at Sri Lanka Port

This undated picture taken in August shows a submarine of China People's Liberation Army taking part in a marine training session in the South China Sea. (Agence France-Presse) Beijing: Brushing aside India's concern, China today defended its ...
 NDTV2 weeks ago China says docking of submarines in Sri Lanka not unusual  Lankapuvath2 weeks ago Docking of submarines in SL not unusual  Sri Lanka Island2 weeks ago China says docking of subs in Sri Lanka not unusual  India Today2 weeks ago

Army Chief Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag in Bhutan

Apart from Bhutan, Gen Suhag will be visiting Nepal, Bangladesh, Myanmar and Sri Lanka in the next couple of months, sources said in New Delhi. THIMPHU: On his first international visit after taking charge, Army Chief Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag today met senior ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago Army Chief in Bhutan  Business Standard India2 weeks ago

C'ealth chief calls for reduction of army role in Lanka

Colombo, Oct 29 (PTI) Commonwealth Secretary General Kamalesh Sharma has called for scaling down Sri Lankan Army's role in the war-ravaged northern province to address the "legitimate concerns" of the Tamil population. "The steps that needed to be ...
 Press Trust of India3 weeks ago Commonwealth chief calls for reduced...  The Echo Of India3 weeks ago Commonwealth chief calls for reduction of army role in northern Sri Lanka  The Hindu3 weeks ago
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Foreigners Must Get Nod to visit North Lanka, Says Army

COLOMBO: Sri Lankan Military spokesman, Brig Ruwan Wanigasooriya, told reporters here on Wednesday that foreigners, including accredited and resident correspondents, will have to take permission from the Ministry of Defence to visit the ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
The Freepress Journal

Lanka hunt for landslide victims continues

Sri Lanka is still ongoing, the military said today. Local army commander Major General Mano Perera said the military rescue teams have been helped by better weather in the central hill district of Haldummula. "We are experiencing clear weather today which is ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago Sri Lanka hunt for landslide victims continues  Topnews.in2 weeks ago
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