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We cannot compromise upcoming resolution at the UNHRC – Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka will seek a vote on an upcoming resolution at the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) with the help of its friends...

Sri Lanka: IMF says bailout timing hard to predict

Sri Lanka's government appears increasingly upbeat about its chances of receiving International Monetary Fund board approval for a $2.9 billion bailout by December, but...

Sri Lanka should reverse a new regulation that unlawfully restricts protests in Colombo

The Sri Lankan government should reverse a new regulation that unlawfully restricts protests in large areas of the capital, Colombo, Human Rights Watch said today. On...

Sri Lankan official blames poor quality crude oil imports for the shutdown of a...

A senior Sri Lankan official has blamed poor quality crude oil imports for the shutdown of a power plant, leading to extended blackouts amid the ongoing...

Martyr Thileepan’s last day – Tamils pay homage with great sentiment

The last day of the 35th anniversary of the martyr Deepam Thileepan, who died on a hunger strike with five-point demands against Indian and...

Sri Lanka’s money plunges to world’s worst

According to John Hopkins University economist Professor Steve Hanke’s data reports, Sri Lanka has ranked third in the world in terms of the depreciation...

Sri Lankan military three times bigger than Canadian army

Sri Lanka’s military strength at 247,000 is too expensive to maintain and reserve force should be considered, ruling party legislator Mahindanda Aluthgamage has said. “Our...

Tamil Diaspora Alliance meets US Ambassador Julie

Tamil Diaspora Alliance leadership has been invited to a follow-up meeting today with the U.S. State Department and Julie Chung (US Ambassador to Sri...

Aeroflot to resume services to Sri Lanka

Following controversy over grounded aircraft by its government, Aeroflot has announced that it will resume services to Sri Lanka. It is understood that from October,...

UK lays Queen Elizabeth II to rest after state funeral

Queen Elizabeth II has been laid to rest after a state funeral attended by world leaders and a final journey through the streets of...

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We cannot compromise upcoming resolution at the UNHRC – Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka will seek a vote on an upcoming resolution at the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) with the help of its friends...

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Sri Lanka: IMF says bailout timing hard to predict

Sri Lanka's government appears increasingly upbeat about its chances of receiving International Monetary Fund board approval for a $2.9 billion bailout by December, but...

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Sri Lanka will not become an economically viable country without a political resolution –...

I must state here that our current referendum campaign does not hinge the consent of the Sri Lankan state. A referendum for independence in...

Enforced Disappearances in Sri Lanka: A Sister is searching for her younger brother

A father died seeking justice for his son. While the mother was ill, the sister was searching for her younger brother. The testimonies speak...

Tamils call Prabhakaran their Saviour and National Leader – Justice C. V. Wigneswaran

Q  Recently in Parliament the words “Tamil Homeland” and “Tamil National Leader Prabhakaran” were used and objected to by the Government Members who wanted those...

India gave all intelligence support to win the war – Solheim

After 2008, India’s mood changed. That was the first time thought that the Sri Lankan government could win the war. It was then...

‘Land acquisition in upcountry helps Sinhalese to dominate plantation areas’: Prof. Dr Chandrabose

Neither the upcountry politicians nor the Sri Lankan government intends to give lands to transform the life of plantation workers, Professor Dr. A.S. Chandrabose...

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