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India, <strong>Sri</strong> Lanka joint committee on fisheries meets

India, Sri Lanka joint committee on fisheries meets

29 Aug 2014

New Delhi: India and Sri Lanka on Friday held a first joint committee on fisheries during which the island nation emphasized the need to set up a joint interrogation mechanism for speedy release of fishermen, if held by any side.

India,   Sri Lanka,   joint committee,   fisheries meets,   Tamil Nadu ,  
No law and order <strong>problem</strong> in Uttar Pradesh: Akhilesh Yadav

No law and order problem in Uttar Pradesh: Akhilesh Yadav

29 Aug 2014

Lucknow: Accusing the BJP of blowing out of proportion minor incidents of violence in Uttar Pradesh, Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Friday affirmed that there is no law and order problem in the state and the government is keeping a close watch on all "troublemakers".

BJP,   law & order,   UP CM,   Akhilesh Yadav,   Samajwadi Party,  
Tamil Nadu fishermen issue must be remedied politically: SC

Tamil Nadu fishermen issue must be remedied politically: SC

27 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court said the issues affecting the Tamil Nadu fishermen including the release of those languishing in Sri Lankan jails could be resolved only through political and diplomatic channels as it has no jurisdiction to issue direction to a foreign government.

Sri Lankan jails,   Jayalalithaa,   AIADMK,   Narendra Modi Tamil Nadu fishermen issue,   Tamil Nadu fishermen ,  
<strong>Sri</strong> Lanka must ensure justice for <strong>Tamils</strong>: Narendra Modi

Sri Lanka must ensure justice for Tamils: Narendra Modi

23 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday urged Sri Lanka to ensure ‘equality, dignity, justice and self-respect’ for its Tamil minority. Modi made the appeal when a six-member delegation of the Tamil National Alliance (TNA), Sri Lanka's main Tamil political party, called on him.

Narendra Modi,   Sri Lanka,   Tamil minority,   Tamil political party,   NDA government,   PM Modi,  
Rights groups ask <strong>Sri</strong> Lanka to stop intimidating them

Rights groups ask Sri Lanka to stop intimidating them

27 Aug 2014

Colombo: Six global human rights groups have jointly asked Sri Lankan government, country’s President and member states of the Human Rights Council to stop intimidating them and ensure that nobody faced retaliation for cooperating with the UN.

Sri Lanka,   rights group,   UN,   CIVICUS,   Human Rights Council,   human rights,  
Gearbox <strong>problem</strong> forces Karthikeyan's retirement at Motegi

Gearbox problem forces Karthikeyan's retirement at Motegi

25 Aug 2014

Tochigi: A gearbox issue cost Narain Karthikeyan a points finish after a crazy, incident-packed Super Formula round four that concluded on Sunday.

Narain Karthikeyan,   Super Formula,   Super Formula series,   Formula 1,   ,  
<strong>Lankan</strong> junior cricket team sent back citing security reasons

Lankan junior cricket team sent back citing security reasons

04 Aug 2014

Chennai: A junior cricket team from Sri Lanka, which arrived in Chennai to participate in a private tournament, was sent back home on Monday owing to security concerns, senior police officials said.

Chennai,   junior cricket team,   Sri Lanka,   private tournament,   security concerns,   Jayalalitha,   Tamils,   Tamil Nadu,   Narendra Modi,  
Mahela Jayawardene impact will be felt for years

Mahela Jayawardene impact will be felt for years

18 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Mahela Jayawardene closed the curtain on an illustrious test career on Monday, leaving a huge gap in the Sri Lanka batting order as well as the dressing room, which the island country will find difficult to bridge.

Mahela Jayawardene,   Sri Lankan cricket team ,  
<strong>Lankan</strong> navy hands over Indian fishermen to Coast Guard

Lankan navy hands over Indian fishermen to Coast Guard

16 Aug 2014

Rameswaram (TN): Sri Lankan navy on Saturday handed over 94 Tamil Nadu fishermen taken into custody by them to the Indian Coast Guard at the International Maritime Boundary Line, police said.

Lankan navy,   Indian fishermen,   Coast Guard,   Sri Lankan navy,   International Maritime Boundary Line ,  
Judge tells Australian government to prepare for case against harsh asylum policy

Judge tells Australian government to prepare for case against harsh asylum policy

14 Aug 2014

Sydney: A senior judge questioned on Thursday whether the Australian government has the authority to detain asylum seekers on the high seas and send them to another country after scores of Sri Lankans were kept at sea and then moved to a remote island.

Judge,   Australian government,   asylum policy,   Sri Lankan,   lawyers,  

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