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Wriddhiman Saha almost certain for first ODI against Lanka

Wriddhiman Saha almost certain for first ODI against Lanka

31 Oct 2014

Cuttack: Uncertainty over the availability of Wriddhiman Saha, who had a split webbing in his right hand, for the first ODI of the five-match series against Sri Lanka seems to be over as the wicket-keeper batsman looked fit ahead of the opener in Cuttack on Sunday.

Wriddhiman Saha,   India against Sri Lanka ,  
<strong>Sri</strong> Lanka downplays India's concerns on fishermen death sentences

Sri Lanka downplays India's concerns on fishermen death sentences

31 Oct 2014

Colombo: Sri Lanka on Friday downplayed India's concerns over the death sentences handed down to five Indian fishermen for alleged drug trafficking, saying India is "clearly aware" of legal systems here.

Sri Lanka,   India,   Death sentence,   Indian fishermen,   Drug trafficking,  
Five Tamil Nadu fishermen get death penalty in <strong>Sri</strong> Lanka; MEA to pursue case with Island Nation

Five Tamil Nadu fishermen get death penalty in Sri Lanka; MEA to pursue case with Island Nation

30 Oct 2014

Colombo/New Delhi: Five Indian fishermen were given death penalty by a Sri Lankan court on Thursday for alleged drug trafficking, prompting a response from India that it will appeal to a higher court against the judgement.

Chennai,   Sri Lankan court,   death penalty,   Indian fishermen,   Tamil Nadu,   drugs case,   New Delhi,  
Protests continue in Tamil Nadu over death sentence to 5 fishermen

Protests continue in Tamil Nadu over death sentence to 5 fishermen

31 Oct 2014

Chennai: Protests rocked different parts of Tamil Nadu for the second day on Friday against the capital punishment awarded by a Sri Lankan court to five Indian fishermen for alleged drug trafficking.

Tamil Nadu,   Tamil Nadu protests,   Tamil Nadu fishermen,   Indian fishermen,   Capital punishment,   Sri Lanka,   Drug trafficking,  
<strong>Sri</strong> Lanka seeks assistance from US after the deadly landslide

Sri Lanka seeks assistance from US after the deadly landslide

31 Oct 2014

Washington: Sri Lanka has sought assistance from the US on the recent massive landslide in the country that killed 10 people with nearly 160 others feared to have been buried alive.

Sri Lanka,   USA,   Lands Slide,   Washington,  
Lanka's Senanayake to face Chennai 'action' test

Lanka's Senanayake to face Chennai 'action' test

29 Oct 2014

Colombo: Sachithra Senanayake, the Sri Lankan off-spinner banned for illegal bowling action, is to proceed to Chennai's ICC accredited centre for suspect actions.

Colombo,   Sachithra Senanayake,   Sri Lankan off-spinner,   banned,   illegal bowling action,   Chennai,   ICC accredited centre,   suspect actions,  
Case against 5 Indian fishermen foisted, says Karunanidhi

Case against 5 Indian fishermen foisted, says Karunanidhi

31 Oct 2014

Chennai: Holding that the narcotics case against five Indian fishermen sentenced to death by a Sri Lankan court for drug trafficking was a "foisted" one, Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) president M Karunanidhi on Friday urged the Centre to take up the matter with Colombo to the pave way for their release.

Sri Lanka,   Karunanidhi,   fishermen,   Indian fishermen,   Indian fishermen narcotics case,   drug case,   DMK,   Colombo,   fishermen release,   DMK president,   Tamil Nadu,  
Stamp on <strong>Sri</strong> <strong>Lankan</strong> Buddhist monk Dharmapala released

Stamp on Sri Lankan Buddhist monk Dharmapala released

25 Oct 2014

New Delhi: A commemorative postage stamp on Sri Lankan Buddhist monk Anagarika Dharmapala, who is credited to have revived Buddhism in India in the 19th century, was released here on Saturday by President Pranab Mukherjee.

Sri lankan Buddhist monk,   Dharmapala,   Buddhist monk,   Sri Lanka,   Stamp,   Anagarika Dharmapala,   Buddhism stamp,   President,   Pranab Mukherjee,  
Nearly 200 people buried in massive landslide in <strong>Sri</strong> Lanka

Nearly 200 people buried in massive landslide in Sri Lanka

30 Oct 2014

Colombo: Nearly 200 people were feared to have been buried alive in Sri Lanka after a devastating landslide triggered by rains destroyed the homes of mostly Indian-origin plantation workers, as heavy machinery was deployed on Thursday in the rescue operations involving the army.

Sri Lanka landslide,   Sri Lanka landslide toll,   heavy rain,   Sri Lanka,   Haldummulla,   Sri lankalandslides victims,   Badulla,   Meeriabedda,   Sri Lanka Army,   NBRO ,  
Lanka landslide: PM Modi expresses condolences

Lanka landslide: PM Modi expresses condolences

30 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday expressed deep condolences over the loss of lives in a landslide in Sri Lanka that mostly destroyed homes of Indian-origin people and wished speedy recovery to those injured.

Sri Lanka,   Sri Lanka landslide,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Modi,   Meeriabedda,   Badulla,   India,  

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