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Lanka joins global mine banning treaty

[U.S.], Dec.15 (ANI): Sri Lanka has joined the international treaty banning anti-personnel landmines, Human Rights Watch has said. The action is especially significant because Sri Lanka used antipersonnel mines in the past and has since undertaken an ... Sify, 2 hours ago
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RK Nagar bypoll: Vaiko's MDMK to support DMK

Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam chief Vaiko on Sunday announced his party's support to the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam in the R K Nagar assembly bypoll scheduled on December 21, the first such gesture after over a decade. After a high-level party meet in Chennai, Vaiko said his party has unanimously decided to support the DMK in the by-election.   "It is a well thought-out decision considering the interests of Tamil Nadu and the Dravidian movement," he told reporters. Asked if the ...
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After DSC Prize, Sri Lankan author Arudpragasam bags Shakti Bhatt award

Sri Lankan author Anuk Arudpragasam, who won the DSC Prize for South Asian Literature on Saturday, has now bagged the Shakti Bhatt First Book Prize 2017 for his debut novel The Story of a Brief Marriage, set in the backdrop of the civil war. The jury of Kamila Shamsie, Rohini Mohan and Margaret Mascarenhas chose Arudpragasam's book over Prayaag Akbar's Leila, Hirsh Sawhney's South Haven, How I Became a Tree by Sumana Roy, Tripti Lahiri's Maid In India and These Circuses that ...
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Sri Lanka official denies allegations of torture, rape

Sri Lanka's defense minister has denied that his country committed torture and rape of suspected rebels, as charged by more than 50 men of the island's Tamil ethnic minority who are seeking political asylum in Europe.Kapila Waidyaratne called the claims of ...
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No such issue of piracy in Indian Ocean: Ex-Sri Lankan navy chief

& Nicobar) [India], Oct. 7 (ANI): Former Sri Lankan navy chief Vice Admiral (Retd.) Jayantha Perera on Saturday expressed concern about incidents of piracy, but said there is no piracy taking place in the Indian Ocean. Vice Admiral (Retd.)Perera also said it ...
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