P K Balachandran
India will not be pressing Sri Lanka to merge the northern and eastern provinces to form a single Tamil-majority,
21 Feb 2017
Officials described Jaishankar’s visit as a routine one to keep himself abreast of the latest developments in the island nation, besides keeping track of the progress of existing Indian projects.
17 Feb 2017
It is also divided between those who want to do cooperative politics and those seeking confrontation.
13 Feb 2017
Sri Lanka’s fear of economic domination by ‘Big Brother’ India has now replaced the earlier bogey of a military threat
09 Feb 2017
The Sustainable Development Bill has been in the public domain since July 2016 and the cabinet had even approved it.
01 Feb 2017
Accordingly, he had referred a case to the Criminal Investigation Department's Cyber Crime Unit two months ago.
31 Jan 2017
As per information so far available, the Jaffna district MP was to have been killed by a claymore mine placed on the road to Marudankeni.
29 Jan 2017
The government has already offered to give the families of the disappeared “Certificates of Absence” so that they could get some compensation.
26 Jan 2017
The all-Sinhalese jury had found there was no clinching evidence against the accused and wanted them freed.
25 Jan 2017
The Forest and Wildlife Departments in the country began to lay claims to these lands because much of the area had become a jungle due to neglect in the war years.
23 Jan 2017
The magazine honoured Karunanayake for his efforts to steer Sri Lanka into a new era of economic reform and a change of mindset.
10 Jan 2017
With Rajapaksa’s rise and disunity in the ruling coalition, Sri Lanka’s constitutional conundrum is unlikely to be resolved soon.
10 Jan 2017
The party decided to accept leader R.Sampanthan’s advice and support the process as there is no alternative to it, sources said.
09 Jan 2017
after much negotiation, the government decided it would be better not to go ahead with a dedicated VW assembly plant due to possible legal issues.
06 Jan 2017
Any issues that still remain will be sorted out when Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe meets all the political parties in parliament on January 9, Pillai said.
03 Jan 2017