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After regime change Lanka’s top investigator flees to Geneva

Sri Lanka’s top investigator flee to Geneva after Rajapksa government came to power.

Sri Lanka’s top investigator flee to Geneva after Rajapksa government came to power. Since 2015, Nishantha Silva is a part of investigations against members of the Rajapaksa family and top officials. He was the top sleuth in many corruption cases. Silva is a Sri Lankan police officer. He handled the top-level investigations against the members of the previous Rajapaksa government between 2005 and

Sri Lankan President picks Mahindra Rajapaksa as PM

Sri Lankan President Gotabhaya Rajapaksa with new PM Mahinda Rajapaksa.

Sri Lankan President Gotabhaya Rajapaksa with new PM Mahinda Rajapaksa. According to a report, the current main opposition leader Mahinda Rajapaksa, will assume duties soon after incumbent Ranil Wickremesinghe steps down formally. On Wednesday, Sri Lankan President Gotabhaya Rajapaksa named his elder brother and former strongman Mahinda Rajapaksa as the new prime minister. He can officially resume his duties after incumbent Ranil Wickremesinghe resigns from

Rajapaksha makes a powerful comeback in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka's former wartime defence secretary Gotabaya Rajapaksa has claimed victory in Presidential elections.

Sri Lanka's former wartime defence secretary Gotabaya Rajapaksa has claimed victory in Presidential elections. According to official release, Gotabaya Rajapaksa has won the Sri Lankan presidential elections with 52.25 per cent votes. He is Sri Lanka’s former wartime defence chief who played a significant role in ending the long-running civil war in 2009. 10 years ago, Rajapaksa had served

Sri Lanka signs Railway Track Agreement with India

Sri Lanka and India have signed an agreement to upgrade railway tracks

Sri Lanka and India have signed an agreement to upgrade railway tracks Sri Lanka has signed an agreement with India to upgrade tracks in a key railway segment connecting the north and south at a cost of $ 91.26 million. This is the first time in 100 years that the 130 km-long railway tracks, running from Maho town in the North-Western Province to Omanthai

John Amaratunga Announces Special Tourist Packages for Indian Tourists

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John Amaratunga in Mumbai Sri Lankan Minister of Tourism and Christian Religious Affairs John Amaratunga is in Mumbai. He has announced special packages for Indian Tourists Sri Lankan Minister of Tourism and Christian Religious Affairs John Amaratunga is on a visit to India’s financial capital, Mumbai. In the wake of Easter terror attacks in Sri Lanka on Easter which

India, Sri Lanka Call for Collective Counter-Terrorism Action

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi discusses counter-terrorism with Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said “terrorism is a joint threat” for India and Sri Lanka, during his state visit to the neighbouring nation During his visit to Sri Lanka on Sunday, PM Narendra Modi attended a series of short meetings with both the government and opposition of the country

Sri Lanka Bans Face Coverings In Public Post Easter Bombings

The government of Sri Lanka imposes a ban on covering faces. The move comes just days after a Member of Parliament in Sri Lanka submitted a motion to ban burqa citing security reasons. In light of the Easter Sunday attacks, the Sri Lankan government has imposed ban on facial coverings Sunday. With this move, the country joins Asian, African, and European

Sri Lanka Likely To Ban Burqa After Serial Blasts

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A Member of Parliament in Sri Lanka stated in his motion to ban burqa for the national security reason. He also said that it is not a traditional Muslim attire. Sri Lanka is planning to ban burqa after massive serial blasts that claimed hundreds of lives in the country. The government is in consultations with the mosque authorities, a report said. Sources

Leaders Worldwide Condemn Sri Lanka Bombings

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Serial blasts in Sri Lanka targeted three churches and four hotels on Easter Sunday. Sri Lanka, on April 21, was trembled with the wave of bombings that occurred during the Easter progress. The incident claimed nearly 300 lives, with at least 500 injured. As the nation continues to count dead bodies, leaders worldwide have expressed their shock over the ghastly attacks. Malcolm

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