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No deaths of Indian fishermen in Sri Lankan waters since 2011
Jul 26, 2014
The Indian government consistently taking up reports of alleged attacks on Indian fishermen in Sri Lankan waters with the Sri Lankan government.
Sri Lanka Air Force proposes a maintenance center for Chinese aircraft
Jul 25, 2014
Sri Lanka Air Force proposed to government to build an aircraft maintenance center to maintain Chinese aircraft belonging to Air Force.
Indian court asks for written correspondence over the proposed sale of warships to Sri Lanka
Jul 24, 2014
The Madurai bench of the Madras High Court in Chennai, hearing a (PIL) petition filed on the proposed sale of two naval warships to Sri Lanka
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister opposes installing buoys on the IMBL between India and Sri Lanka
Jul 23, 2014
Ms J. Jayalalithaa has written to Narendra Modi
Sri Lanka Navy arrests 38 Indian fishermen for poaching
Jul 23, 2014
Sri Lanka Navy arrested 38 Indian fishermen along with their nine fishing trawlers on two separate occasions.
India refuses visa to UN team probing Sri Lanka
Jul 22, 2014
India refused to grant visas to the UN team appointed by the High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay.
Indian Coast Guard arrests 23 Sri Lankan fishermen
Jul 20, 2014
The Indian Coast Guard arrested 23 Sri Lankan fishermen on Tuesday for allegedly crossing the International Maritime Boundary Line.
LTTE operatives arrested by Malaysia brought to Sri Lanka
Jul 20, 2014
The four former members of Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) arrested by the Malaysian police.
India's Air Staff Chief Calls on Sri Lankan President
Jul 19, 2014
India's Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha, called on President Mahinda Rajapaksa at Temple Trees this evening.
India against sending an UN investigation team to Sri Lanka
Jul 13, 2014
The Indian government reiterated that its against sending United Nations investigation team to Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka, India discuss economic, security cooperation, fisheries issue, and housing projects
Jul 12, 2014
Sri Lanka and India on Friday comprehensively discussed several issues significant to the two nations.
Australian vessels enhance Sri Lanka's capacity to manage maritime security risks
Jul 11, 2014
Sri Lanka's capacity to manage maritime security risks and conduct search and rescue will be enhanced.
Sri Lanka President commissions patrol boats gifted by Australia
Jul 10, 2014
President Mahinda Rajapaksa ceremonially commissioned the two patrol boats that were gifted by the Australian government to Sri Lanka.
South African President's envoy Cyril Ramaphosa calls on Sri Lankan President
Jul 8, 2014
South African President Jacob Zuma's special envoy to Sri Lanka, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa called on Sri Lankan President.
Sri Lanka Defense Ministry orders NGOs to refrain from acting beyond their mandate
Jul 8, 2014
Sri Lanka Defense Ministry sent a circular to all (NGOs) asking them to refrain from unauthorized activities.
India considering a pact with Sri Lanka to allow Indian fishermen to fish around Katchatheevu
Jul 7, 2014
Indian government considering to make a pact with Sri Lanka to find a permanent solution to the repeated capture of Tamil Nadu fishermen in Sri Lankan waters.
Police receive over 400 complaints on recent communal violence in Sri Lanka
Jul 5, 2014
Sri Lanka Police by Thursday (July 03) received over 400 complaints related to the recent spate of Sinhala - Muslim communal violence.
Malaysia arrest four LTTE operatives suspected of terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka
Jul 5, 2014
Malaysian Police arrested four suspected Tamil Tigers alleged of trying to revive Sri Lanka's defeated terrorist organization Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam using Malaysia as a base.
UN rights experts urge Sri Lanka to stop the promotion of hatred and faith-based violence
Jul 3, 2014
Three UN experts on freedom of religion, minority issues, and summary executions today called on Sri Lanka to adopt urgent measures.
Indian government tells court TN fishermen have no rights to fishing in Sri Lanka's Katchatheevu islet
Jul 2, 2014
India's central government told state court that Tamil Nadu fishermen have no rights to fishing in Sri Lanka's Katchatheevu islet in the Palk Strait.
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