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In pics: Some lesser known temples in <strong>Sri</strong> <strong>Lankan</strong> related to Ramayana

In pics: Some lesser known temples in Sri Lankan related to Ramayana

09 May 2016

New Delhi: The remains of ‘Rama Setu’ in the form of a chain of limestone shoals under Indian ocean, between Pamban Island in Tamil Nadu  and Mannar Island in North Western coast of Sri Lanka had proved Indian epic Ramayana’s genuineness. Even Geological Survey of India (GSI) concluded that the bridge is around 125,000 years old. But it was not only evident that reiterates Ramayana’s connection with neighboring country Sri Lanka.

Temples in Sri Lankan,   Ramayana,   Rama,   Ravana,   Sita,   Rama Setu,   Latest Nation News,  
Motto of ‘good for all’ is deep-rooted in Indian culture: PM Narendra Modi

Motto of ‘good for all’ is deep-rooted in Indian culture: PM Narendra Modi

14 May 2016

Ujjain: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that the motto of "good for all" is deep rooted in Indian culture."We belong to a tradition where even a bhikshuk (beggar) says, 'may good happen to the person who gives me and also to the person who does not'," PM Modi said in his address at the International Convention on Universal Message of Simhasthon on the sidelines of the Simhasth Kumbh here.

PM Narendra Modi,   Indian culture,   Simhasth Kumbh,   International Convention on Universal Message,   Sri Lankan President,   Maithripala Sirisena,   Srilanka,   India news ,  
India sends ships with relief material to tropical cyclone-hit <strong>Sri</strong> Lanka

India sends ships with relief material to tropical cyclone-hit Sri Lanka

20 May 2016

Kochi: India today rushed two Naval ships with relief material to Sri Lanka which has been severely hit by tropical cyclone Roanu.

Sri Lanka Landslide,   Lanka Landslide,   Sri Lanka Tropical Cyclone,   Sri Lanka Relief Material,   Indian Naval Ships,   Tropical Cyclone Roanu,   Latest Nation News ,  
Hopes fade for 150 feared buried in <strong>Sri</strong> Lanka landslides

Hopes fade for 150 feared buried in Sri Lanka landslides

19 May 2016

Aranayaka, Sri Lanka: Hopes faded today for the survival of about 150 people trapped under the mud and rubble of two landslides in Sri Lanka, as heavy rain hampered rescue operations and the death toll from the disaster rose to 41.

Sri Lanka Landslide,   Lanka Landslide Death Toll,   Lanka Landslide,   Sri Lanka Natural Disaster,   Latest World News ,  
More than 150 people feared buried in <strong>Sri</strong> Lanka landslides: Rescue officials

More than 150 people feared buried in Sri Lanka landslides: Rescue officials

18 May 2016

Colombo: More than 150 people are feared dead after they were buried under two landslides triggered by more than three days of heavy rain in central Sri Lanka, disaster officials said on Wednesday as rescuers raced to find survivors and recover the dead.

Sri Lanka Landslide,   Lanka Landslide,   Lanka Landslide Rescue Operation,   Sri Lanka Natural Disaster,   Latest World News ,  
Opposition pressure forces Sonia Gandhi to hold meet with party MPs

Opposition pressure forces Sonia Gandhi to hold meet with party MPs

18 Mar 2013

Sonia Gandhi is expected to unveil Congress' strategy on Monday in the backdrop of opposition flak over issues like the VVIP chopper deal, Italian marines and DMK threat to pull out of UPA on Sri Lankan Tamils problem.

Sonia Gandhi,   VVIP chopper deal,   Congress Parliamentary Party,   AICC,   Sri Lankan Tamils problem,   DMK threat,  
Raina's alleged links with bookie associate resurface; <strong>Sri</strong> <strong>Lankan</strong> MP seeks 'detailed' report

Raina's alleged links with bookie associate resurface; Sri Lankan MP seeks 'detailed' report

01 Apr 2016

New Delhi: India's star batsman Suresh Raina is making headlines yet again. But this time, it's not for his batting prowess, rather for his off-the-field interactions.

Suresh Raina,   Raina fixing,   Suresh Raina fixing row,   Asia Cup 2010,   SM Marikkar,   Latest sports news ,  
Looking at devolution of power to <strong>Tamils</strong>: Wickremesinghe

Looking at devolution of power to Tamils: Wickremesinghe

15 Sep 2015

New Delhi: Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe today said his government was looking at devolution of power to ethnic Tamils under the provisions of the Constitution, an issue India has been pursuing with the island nation.

Tamils in Sri Lanka,   Rani Wickremesinghe,   Sri Lankan Prime Minister,   Ethnic Tamils,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Latest Nation News ,  
<strong>Lankan</strong> Navy arrests 28 fishermen on charges of crossing boundary line

Lankan Navy arrests 28 fishermen on charges of crossing boundary line

13 Mar 2016

Rameswaram (TN): Sri Lankan Navy personnel today arrested 28 Indian fishermen on charges of crossing the International Maritime Boundary Line and fishing in their territory.

Sri Lankan Navy,   Lankan Navy,   Indian Fishermen,   International Boundary Line,   Maritime Boundary Line,   IMBL,   Latest Nation News ,  
World T20: Malinga retains place in Mathews headed <strong>Lankan</strong> side

World T20: Malinga retains place in Mathews headed Lankan side

08 Mar 2016

Colombo: All-rounder Angelo Mathews today replaced Lasith Malinga as captain of the Sri Lankan cricket team for the ICC World Twenty20 in India but the injury-ravaged pacer managed to retain his place in the side.

World T20,   Sri Lanka skipper,   Sri Lanka in World T20,   Lasith Malinga injury,   Lasith Malinga comeback,   ICC World T20,   ICC World T20 2016,   Latest sports news,  

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