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Suspect involved in Fort bomb attack sentenced to jail

In Sri Lanka, a LTTE suspect found guilty of having aided a suicide bomb explosion in Colombo in 2008 has been sentenced 20 years rigorous imprisonment.It was alleged that the attack was carried out by a female suicide bomber belonging to LTTE and exploded ... News on Air, 19 hours ago

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Tamil Nadu: Couple caught having sex inside Naam Thamizhar Katchi party office

In the video, the couple is seen to have having sex in front of the poster of LTTE chief Prabhakaran.
 India Today1 day ago

Lanka ex-LTTE cadres form political party

A group of former LTTE members in Sri Lanka has announced formation of a new party, saying people are getting frustrated by mainstream political parties as they have "failed" to address issues faced by the minority Tamils. 'Rehabilitated United Liberation ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Ex-LTTE leader in Sri Lanka floats new pol party to press for Tamil issues  News on Air1 month ago Former LTTE leader forms new political party  Business Standard1 month ago Ex-LTTE leader forms political party, to raise Tamil concerns  Business Standard1 month ago

Rajapaksa blames Lanka govt of dropping guard on LTTE

Former Lanka strongman Mahinda Rajapaksa has blamed Sirisena Government for letting the guard down on LTTE by downsizing "intelligence operations" on the group's erstwhile strongholds in the Tamil-dominated northern regions.
 DNA1 month ago Rajapaksa accuses Sirisena govt of dropping guard on LTTE  The Hindu1 month ago Sri Lanka, China discuss ways to step up military cooperation  Business Standard1 week ago Jaishankar calls on Sirisena, meets TNA delegation  Business Standard1 month ago
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European Court orders Switzerland to compensate deported ex- LTTE member to Sri Lanka

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ordered Switzerland to pay EUR 30,000 to a Sri Lankan Tamil national who was deported from Switzerland and subsequently arrested and allegedly beaten in Colombo.In a judgement issued on Thursday, the court held ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
India Today

'Sri Lanka seeks 2 more years from UN to deliver war probe'

Sri Lanka has sought two more years from the UN to probe the alleged war crimes committed during the conflict with the LTTE despite international concerns over the slow pace of the investigation.
 DNA2 weeks ago 10% of migrated Tamil refugees from Sri lanka during LTTE war back to country  News on Air1 month ago Wrong to give Lanka more time on accountability: Wigneswaran  Business Standard1 week ago 4 countries support resolution on Lanka  Business Standard1 week ago

Canada to deport LTTE member to Sri Lanka

Canada will finally deport a former Tamil Tiger who raised funds for the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE).Manickavasagam Suresh was sent by the LTTE to Canada in 1990 to serve as the coordinator of the World Tamil Movement to raise funds from the Sri ...
 Prokerala2 months ago

Sri Lanka: local court orders Army to submit list of surrendered LTTE cadres

In Sri Lanka, a local court has ordered the Army to submit a list of the LTTE cadres who surrendered during the final stages of the three decades long war which ended in 2009. The Mullaitivu District Magistrate ordered the Army to submit the list by January ...
 News on Air2 months ago Lanka army ordered to submit list of surrenderees  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.
 DNA3 days ago Lankan scribe asked to appear in court to identify abductors  Business Standard1 month ago

War crime probes will hinder Sri Lanka's reconciliation

COLOMBO War crime investigations backed by some Western countries and the United Nations will exacerbate the differences between Sri Lanka's two main ethnic groups instead of uniting them, former defence secretary Gotabaya Rajapaksa said on Monday. As defence ...
 First Post.com2 days ago Lankan govt rejects UN's appeal to allow international judges to probe  News on Air3 weeks ago Sri Lanka says no to foreign judges in war crimes probe  Business Standard3 weeks ago
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