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Sri Lanka ready to probe Navi Pillay's claims

Sri Lanka ready to probe Navi Pillay's claims

01 Sep 2013

Colombo: Sri Lanka on Sunday said it was ready to probe the allegations raised by UN human rights chief Navi Pillay that some people she met during her mission to probe alleged war crimes committed during the ethnic conflict with the Tamil Tigers had been threatened.

Sri Lanka,   Navi Pillay,   UN human rights,   war crimes in Sri Lanka,   Tamil Tigers,   Colombo Gazette,  
Kumar Sangakkara to end career in <strong>Colombo</strong> against India

Kumar Sangakkara to end career in Colombo against India

09 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Sri Lankan batting great Kumar Sangakkara will end his international career at the P Sara Oval next month in the second match of the three-test series against familiar foes India.

Kumar Sangakkara,   P Sara Oval,   India vs Sri Lanka,   Test Series,   Latest News,  
It's Bengaluru! Iconic Bangalore, 11 other cities are officially rechristened

It's Bengaluru! Iconic Bangalore, 11 other cities are officially rechristened

01 Nov 2014

New Delhi/Bengaluru:  Bangaloreans woke up on Saturday to a new name of their iconic city – Bengaluru – as the state government issued a special gazette notification to officially change the name of Karnataka's capital alongside 11 other cities in the state, to the effect on Friday evening.

Bangalore,   Bengaluru,   Karnataka,   Mangalore,   state government,   special gazette notification,   Bangaloreans,  
Lanka landslide: India pledges assistance to <strong>Colombo</strong>

Lanka landslide: India pledges assistance to Colombo

01 Nov 2014

New Delhi: India has pledged Rs five million as immediate relief for victims of landslide in Sri Lanka and is also considering medium and long-term assistance.

Lanka landslide,   Colombo,   Sri Lankan government,   Indian government,   Srilanka,   India,   ,  
Stalemate over <strong>Colombo</strong> Port City project ends: Report

Stalemate over Colombo Port City project ends: Report

27 Mar 2015

Beijing: The stalemate over the USD 1.5 billion Chinese funded Colombo Port City project has ended following Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena's talks with Chinese leaders, China's state-run media reported on Friday.

Colombo Port City project,   China,   Sri Lanka,   Chinese media,   Sri Lankan President ,   Maithripala Sirisena,  
More Swiss account names tumble out; industrialist Yash Birla among notified ones

More Swiss account names tumble out; industrialist Yash Birla among notified ones

26 May 2015

Berne: Industrialist Yash Birla, along with two Mumbai-based individuals behind City Limousines scam, is among five Indian nationals with Swiss bank accounts whose names have been made public in Switzerland's official gazette with regard to ongoing tax probes against them in India.

Industrialist Yash Birla,   Blackmoney,   Limousines scam,   Swiss bank accounts,   Switzerland official gazette,   Gurjit Singh Kochar,   Ponty Chadha,   Ritika Sharma,   Latest Business News,  
West Indies bid to do Sobers proud in Sri Lanka

West Indies bid to do Sobers proud in Sri Lanka

21 Oct 2015

Colombo: The West Indies will look to the legendary Garfield Sobers for inspiration as they bid for an unlikely series-saving victory when they take on fellow strugglers Sri Lanka in the second Test in Colombo on Thursday.

West Indies cricket team,   Garfield Sobers,   Sri Lankan cricket team,   Test in Colombo,   Latest News,  
India to help in evacuating Sri Lankans from Yemen

India to help in evacuating Sri Lankans from Yemen

02 Apr 2015

Colombo: India has acceded to Sri Lanka's request to evacuate stranded Sri Lankans along with Indian nationals from strife-torn Yemen, the Foreign Ministry said here.

India,   Sri Lankans in Yemen,   evacuating Sri Lankans,   colombo,  
Jet Airways to launch another Mumbai-<strong>Colombo</strong> flight from 5th November

Jet Airways to launch another Mumbai-Colombo flight from 5th November

16 Jul 2014

Mumbai: Private carrier Jet Airways said that it will launch another flight to Colombo from here starting November 5, in addition to the existing one, to meet the growing traffic demand on the sector.

Jet Airways,   Mumbai-Colombo flight,   Mumbai-Colombo route,   air traffic,   air traffic demand,  
<strong>Colombo</strong> rejects Britain's call for human rights probe

Colombo rejects Britain's call for human rights probe

16 Nov 2013

Colombo: Sri Lanka says there's no need for an international probe into its human rights record as proposed by British Prime Minister David Cameron.

Colombo,   Britain’s human rights probe,   David Cameron,   Nimal Siripala,  Sri Lanka,  

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