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Lanka apologises to Modi over caricature
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Express India's displeasure: Jayalalithaa

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa (Photo: DC Archive) Chennai: Slamming the Sri Lankan government for publishing the article entitled How meaningful are Jayalalithaa's love letters to Narendra Modi? on the official website of the ... Deccan Chronicle, 38 minutes ago

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Damage already done, says Jayalalithaa

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Sri Lankan Minister Web post critical of Tamil Nadu fishermen An article that appeared on the Sri Lankan Defence Ministry website trivialising Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister ...
 The Hindu2 hours ago

J. Jayalalithaa, Tamil Nadu parties slam Sri Lanka article

Lanka posts apology on site In a rare show of comraderie, political parties in Tamil Nadu rallied behind Tamil Nadu chief minister J. Jayalalithaa in condemning a derogatory article against her on a Sri Lankan official website, forcing Colombo to issue an ...
 Asian Age2 hours ago Jaya, TN parties condemn article in Lankan website  Business Standard9 hours ago
The Telegraph

Lanka apology after 'love letter' row

Chennai, Aug. 1: Sri Lanka today apologised to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Jayalalithaa after the title of an article on its defence ministry website and the visuals accompanying it triggered a furore in India. The write-up by independent author Shenali ...
 The Telegraph2 hours ago All Love Lost for Lanka  The Freepress Journal3 hours ago
Times of India


Indian troops were sent to Sri Lanka by former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi without consulting his Cabinet, alleged Natwar Singh, the former Indian External Affairs Minister in an interview with Headlines Today telecast on Thursday, July 31. In ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News1 hour ago Rajiv Gandhi sent troops to Sri Lanka without consulting Cabinet: Natwar Singh  Times of India1 day ago Rajiv Gandhi naively trusted LTTE chief V. Prabhakaran: Natwar  India Today1 day ago Rajiv sent troops to Sri Lanka on his own: Natwar  First Post.com1 day ago
MSN India

Boat people fraud exposed: Tamils refuse Indian offer of asylum

, ( 7:48am ) Sri Lankans turn down an offer of asylum - again - from India , proving they are not genuine refugees looking only for safety: ALL the 157 people, including 50 children, who left India almost six weeks ago on a ...
 Brisbane Courier-Mail1 hour ago Australia failed to make India take back asylum seekers  Prokerala1 day ago When 'border protection' becomes 'unlawful detention' - the latest on the Tamil asylum seekers  Lexology22 hours ago India has no right to assess asylum seekers in Aus: Senator  Rediff.com3 days ago

TIME OUT: Lanka drop Mendis

COLOMBO: Sri Lanka have dropped spinner Ajantha Mendis and retained wicketkeeper batsman Niroshan Dickwella for the two-Test series against Pakistan starting next week. Sri Lanka Cricket announced a 15-member squad which also includes seam bowler Nuwan ...
 Himalayan times4 hours ago Sri Lanka Drop Ajantha Mendis, Retain Niroshan Dickwella for Pakistan Series  NDTV17 hours ago Pradeep recalled and Mendis dropped against Pakistan  Sri Lanka Daily News23 hours ago Sri Lanka drops Mendis, retains Dickwella  IndiaTV News1 day ago

Article on Lankan defence website disrespectful: Jaya

Taking strong exception to an alleged derogatory article about her on the Sri Lankan defence website, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa on Friday accused it of trying to create fissures in India's federal polity as she demanded an unconditional apology from Colombo for the insinuations against her. In a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi hours after the controversy broke out, leading to a furore in Tamil Nadu's political circles, she said that it also depicted him in a 'disrespectful ...
 Rediff.com10 hours ago Derogatory article: Jaya says Sri Lanka trying to create fissures in India's federal polity  First Post.com10 hours ago SL Trying to Create Fissures in India's Federal Polity: Jaya  Outlook10 hours ago Jayalalithaa accuses Sri Lanka of trying to create fissures in India's federal polity  Topnews.in8 hours ago

Karunanidhi slams Sri Lankan article, wants Centre to condemn it

Slamming the derogatory article on the Sri Lankan Government defence website, DMK President M Karunanidhi today demanded that the Centre convey its strong condemnation as it had 'besmirched' both the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and the Indian Prime Minister.
 First Post.com6 hours ago Karunanidhi Condemns Sri Lankan Article  New Indian Express7 hours ago DMK President M Karunanidhi Condemns Sri Lankan Article  NDTV2 hours ago Karunanidhi condemns Lankan article  Zee News5 hours ago

Article on Modi, Jaya: Back-channel diplomacy averts crisis with Sri Lanka

If the MEA’s efforts had not borne quick results, Tamil Nadu parties’ next likely step would have been to exert pressure on New Delhi to sever diplomatic ties with Sri Lanka. The post Article on Modi, Jaya: Back-channel diplomacy averts crisis with Sri ...
 First Post.com8 hours ago Article on Modi, Jaya: Indian back-channel diplomacy averts crisis with Sri Lanka  First Post.com9 hours ago Article on Modi, Jaya: Indian diplomacy averts crisis with Sri Lanka  First Post.com8 hours ago
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