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FISHERMAN TALKS BETWEEN SRI LANKA & INDIA
Security Risks Monitor
Apr 15, 2014
The Tamil Nadu Government Monday agreed to Sri Lanka's proposal to hold the next round of fishermen level talks between the fishermen of the two sides.
Attempts to revive Tamil Tiger terrorist organization in Sri Lanka surface
Colombo Page
Apr 12, 2014
Sri Lanka's military authorities say there is a renewed attempt to revive the defeated Tamil Tigers
Sri Lanka questions legality of the UN probe, says will not cooperate
Colombo Page
Apr 8, 2014
Sri Lanka's external Affairs Minister, Prof. G. L. Peiris addressing the Foreign Correspondents' Association said that the government had not accepted the UN investigations due to concerns over its legality, fairness, and some conflict of interest issues.
US, Sri Lanka military cooperation on CBRN defense
Colombo Page
Apr 1, 2014
Despite the somewhat strained political relationship between the two countries over the US-led UN resolution.
Australia delivers first Bay Class patrol vessel to Sri Lanka
Colombo Page
Apr 1, 2014
The highly agile and responsive vessel, formerly known as Australian Customs and Border Protection Vessel (ACV) Corio Bay, will complement the Sri Lanka Navy's existing fleet.
US disappointed in India's decision to abstain from voting for UN resolution on Sri Lanka
Colombo Page
Mar 29, 2014
State Department Deputy Spokesperson Marie Harf said the U.S. has made its disappointment known to India.
UNHRC to vote on Sri Lanka resolution today
Colombo Page
Mar 27, 2014
India may be in a quandary
Latest draft of the resolution on Sri Lanka being circulated at UNHRC
Colombo Page
Mar 25, 2014
United States-sponsored resolution on Sri Lanka has been circulated to member states of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva.
Expatriate Sri Lankans stage massive demo in Geneva
Colombo Page
Mar 25, 2014
Urge UNHRC not to undermine domestic efforts for reconciliation
Sri Lanka - China FTA joint compatibility study finalized
Colombo Page
Mar 21, 2014
Increasing Sri Lanka China axis may trouble India
Sri Lankan defence forces will not allow LTTE to re-emerge - military commander
Colombo Page
Mar 19, 2014
Says commander of the Sri Lankan army in the North
US says Sri Lanka detaining rights activists convince an international investigation is necessary
Colombo Page
Mar 16, 2014
Recent arrests of activists including a Colombo priest have led to this conclusion says the US
UN High Commissioner reiterates call for UNHRC to set up international inquiry into Sri Lanka
Colombo Page
Mar 7, 2014
Derided in Colombo, Navi Pillay remains firm on inquiry
Resolution on Sri Lanka tabled at the UNHRC
Colombo Page
Mar 5, 2014
Little Room for Escape for Lanka now
Sri Lanka, Australian naval vessels in Passage Exercise
Colombo Page
Feb 28, 2014
The exercise provided opportunity for both Navies to rehearse the concept of joint naval operations and to enhance own skills.
Indian Army Southern Command delegation visits Sri Lanka
Colombo Page
Feb 24, 2014
The visiting Indian Army delegation also laid floral wreaths at the Indian Peace Keeping Force (IPKF) memorial
Sri Lanka Perspectives
Col R Hariharan
Feb 24, 2014
Col R Hariharan outlines the dynamics of developments on UNHRC resolutoin and fishermen issue
India's stand on Sri Lanka's human rights issue depends on Indian elections
Colombo Page
Feb 17, 2014
The Indian Minister has said that Sri Lanka "should do things that will enable India to help" the island nation at the UNHRC session when a third United States-sponsored anti-Lankan resolution is tabled.
Sri Lanka supports China's initiative to build maritime silk road of the 21st century
Security Risks Monitor
Feb 14, 2014
Fits well into China's attempts to expand presence in the Indian Ocean
Resolution on Sri Lanka submitted in the US Senate
Security Risks Monitor
Feb 10, 2014
A resolution on Sri Lanka has been presented to the US Congress by the Republican Senator of North Carolina Richard Burr.
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