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Sirisena, who will lead a delegation to the 73rd United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York, will address the general debate on September 25.
During religious festivals, some devout Hindus sacrifice goats, chickens and buffalos, expecting good fortune in return.
Devananda later said he also urged the Indian government to help construct one lakh more houses in Tamil areas and elsewhere for the rehabilitation of civilians following the end of the decades of eth
The newly-established Office of Missing Persons said President Sirisena should act to end the practice of keeping accused officers in service
The Indian Coast Guard came to the rescue of a Sri Lankan fishing vessel, 290 nautical miles northwest of Port Blair after its engine suffered a breakdown.
SLC advised the team to take the field to ensure the continuity of the match and wish to commend the decision taken by the team to continue with the game 'under protest'.
The BCCI has confirmed that the "situation is perfectly normal in Colombo" where the tournament is taking place, hours before India were to take on the hosts.
Sri Lanka declared national state of emergency to quell anti-Muslim violence after mobs from the majority ethnic Sinhalese population burned shops and homes.
Thousands of families residing on the Srilanka Colony, hill slope located near Machavaram in the city are facing series of problems due to lack of sanitation, drainage facility and dilapidated steps t
Former Sri Lankan batting ace Roy Dias today asked for some time to be given to his struggling national team.
The Tamil Nadu batsman waved his bat to the stadium and later performed the iconic Griezmann move to celebrate his century.
The Indian captain scored 104 not out in Kolkata followed by 213 in Nagpur before completing his hat-trick with his 20th Test hundred in his 63rd game here.
Playing in his 63rd Test, the 29-year-old from Delhi became the 11th Indian batsman to achieve the milestone
Sri Lankan police have arrested five men for allegedly killing a wild elephant, with officers seizing ivory and tusk-cutting tools.
Sri Lanka was struggling at 154 for five in reply to India's first innings total of 600 at the end of the second day.