Sri Lanka calls for joint patrols to resolve fishing issues

Sri Lanka has called for joint patrols to address the issue of illegal fishing in the northern waters of the country while India insisted on the early release of its fishermen arrested for allegedly poaching in the island nation’s territorial waters, as the two countries held a meeting of the joint working group on fisheries. Continue Reading

Sri Lanka postpones parliamentary poll for nearly 2 months due to COVID-19

Sri Lanka’s Election Commission has postponed the parliamentary elections for nearly two months in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak that has killed seven people and infected 295 others in the country. Continue Reading

All are equal

India has sought devolution of powers by the Sri Lankan government to the minority Tamils in the island nation and hoped that their aspirations for equality, justice and respect will be fulfilled as per provisions of the country’s Constitution. Continue Reading

4 airmen killed in Sri Lanka military plane crash

A Sri Lankan Air Force plane crashed in a mountainous area of Haputhale on Friday, killing four airmen, military officials said. Continue Reading

Seeman appears before Sterlite inquiry commission

Naam Tamilar Katchi co-ordinator Seeman appeared before the Thoothukudi Sterlite inquiry commission today. Continue Reading

Summons issued to Seeman

Naam Tamilar Katchi co-ordinator Seeman has been issued summons by Thoothukudi Sterlite inquiry commission. Continue Reading