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Sri Lankan security forces torturing and raping young Tamils- ITJP’s new report

Sri Lankan police and army are still abducting, torturing and raping young Tamils just for taking part in commemoration events, anti-government protests or receiving...

China expands its activities to Sri Lanka’s north; India worried- Indian media reports

Red flags are going up in India over China’s fresh attempts to expand its footprint in northern Sri Lanka in the garb of infrastructure...

How Sri Lanka’s militarised covid policy led to a dreadful humpty-dumpty fall

As much this millennium’s devastating global pandemic has brought deaths, destruction of livelihoods and mindless misery to millions across borders, there is a harsh...

India eyes bigger influence in Indian Ocean through Colombo Security Conclave

India's attempts to revive the Colombo Security Conclave have garnered media attention. On Tuesday, the South China Morning Post argued that the revival of...

Afghanistan’s socialist years- Marilyn Bechtel

Since the horrific events of Sept. 11, much has been said about the desperate situation of the Afghani people now crushed under the heel...

Kashmiris in India are still suffering

On August 5, 2019, in the wake of the Indian government’s move to revoke the parts of the constitution that give Indian-administered Kashmir special...

Sri Lanka seeks to reset ties with India: The Hindu

After months of strain over a number of issues including the cancelled port project in Colombo , Sri Lanka is preparing to send its...

China Using Its ‘Pakistan, Sri Lanka Strategy’ For Possible Conquest Of Taiwan — Western Analyst

China accused the US of being the “biggest destroyer of peace and stability” in the Taiwan Strait following the passage of an American guided-missile...

Remembering Sri Lanka’s Black July: Anti-Tamil pogrom

In late July 1983, Colombo, Sri Lanka’s capital literally burst into flames as angry mobs of Sinhalese went on a rampage burning, looting and...

‘Journalism is not a bed of roses’: Meet the Indian reporter featured in leaked Pegasus database

The phone numbers of nearly 40 Indian journalists have appeared in a leaked database, which reflects potential targets of cyber surveillance through the use...

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