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News: Arrests of Sri Lankan fishermen by Indian Coast Guard
Posted Date: 04/09/2013 (Wednesday)
The Indian Coast Guard yesterday said it had apprehended ten Sri Lankan fishermen for allegedly entering Indians waters illegally and fishing last month and their two boats in August and handed them to Tamil Nadu Police. In a statement issued in Chennai, the Coast Guard said its ship Viswast, while on patrol, around 4.20pm apprehended a Sri Lankan fishing boat on August 31 with five crew members and 155 kg fish catch.
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News: Defence Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa criticises visit of Navi Pillay
Posted Date: 03/09/2013 (Tuesday)
Defence Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa on Tuesday claimed that UN human rights chief Navi Pillay's visit to Sri Lanka was influenced by propaganda from elements of the LTTE that was defeated in a civil war in 2009. Gotabhaya, said the "re-emergence of terrorism is still a threat" despite the end of the country's nearly three-decade ethnic war.
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Events: The Effects of Mining on Communities around the world today
Posted Date: 03/09/2013 (Tuesday)
Committee Room 19, Houses of Commons, Westminster, London
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Videos: Defence Seminar 2013 Pannel Discussion - Q & A
Posted Date: 03/09/2013 (Tuesday)
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Videos: 'Defence Seminar - 2013' Keynote Address delivered by Secretary Defence and Urban Development
Posted Date: 03/09/2013 (Tuesday)
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News: SRI LANKA: New Zealand, Fonterra to help build Sri Lankan dairy
Posted Date: 02/09/2013 (Monday)
New Zealand and Sri Lanka have agreed to develop the Asian country's dairy sector in an attempt to build bridges after a safety row involving Fonterra milk powder. Sri Lankan regulators hit Fonterra with a two-week ban on selling and advertising its products last month, after the country's food safety authority claimed it had detected the agricultural chemical DCD in milk powder.
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Photos: Why Sri Lanka is losing sleep over the rupee
Posted Date: 02/09/2013 (Monday)
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Photos: Chemical export licences for Syria – just another UK deal with a dictator Britain is in no position to lecture on human rights when Vince Cable's authorisation follows a long history of arms sales
Posted Date: 02/09/2013 (Monday)
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Events: Kingston Carnival 2013
Posted Date: 01/09/2013 (Sunday)
High St, Market Place, Memorial Gardens & Rose Theatre Procession starts at Guildhall
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News: Sri Lanka slams UN rights chief's statement
Posted Date: 01/09/2013 (Sunday)
Sri Lanka today accused UN rights chief Navi Pillay of transgressing her mandate during her week-long fact-finding mission in the country to probe alleged war crimes committed during the ethnic conflict with the Tamil Tigers. "The High Commissioner's observation that Sri Lanka is showing signs of heading in an increasingly authoritarian direction is a political statement on her part, which clearly transgresses her mandate and the basic norms which should be observed by a discerning international civil servant," Information Department said in a statement.
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News: Government blocks Navi Pillay’s move to scatter flowers on the Nandikadal lagoon
Posted Date: 01/09/2013 (Sunday)
There was panic in the corridors of power that Navi Pillay, the UN Human Commissioner for Human Rights, was going to scatter flowers on the Nandikadal lagoon in memory of those who had lost their lives in the last stages of the war against the LTTE, reports the Sri Lamnkan National weekly Sunday Times. The reports were to cause a flurry of activity, both at the External Affairs Ministry and the Ministry of Defence.
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Videos: UN Navi Pillay Press Conference in Sri Lanka
Posted Date: 01/09/2013 (Sunday)
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Videos: Dr Jude Lal Fernando on Navi Pillay's visit, UNHRC resolutions and 13A
Posted Date: 01/09/2013 (Sunday)
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Events: தனிநாயகம் அடிகளின் நூற்றாண்டு விழா
Posted Date: 30/08/2013 (Friday)
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News: SRI LANKA: The Armed Forces are now the police
Posted Date: 29/08/2013 (Thursday)
On July 3rd 2013, President Mahinda Rajapaksha published a gazette that authorized the armed forces to engage in “the maintenance of public order”. Last week, he announced a new ministry under the title “the Ministry of Law and Order”. By these two acts, the Sri Lankan civilian police have been virtually reduced to nothing, and their function – which is to maintain law and order – has now been handed over to the armed forces, says the Asian Human Rights Commission, the non-governmental organisation which seeks to promote greater awareness and realisation of human rights in the Asian region.
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News: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister seeks Indian PM's personal intervention in fishermen issue
Posted Date: 29/08/2013 (Thursday)
At least 35 Indian fishermen have been arrested and their four boats have been seized for violating the international maritime boundary line, according to Sri Lankan Navy. Naval spokesman Commander Kosala Warnakulasuriya said the fishermen were arrested and their four trawlers were seized last night off Kalpitiya, Sri Lanka's west coast. They will be charged for violating the international maritime border line.
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Events: Quality Certification - A Critical Tool for Business Success
Posted Date: 29/08/2013 (Thursday)
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News: Annual Methodist Conference 2013 stands in solidarity with the people of Weliveriya - Rathupaswala
Posted Date: 28/08/2013 (Wednesday)
The 50th Annual Conference of the Methodist Church, Sri Lanka meeting in Colombo, 24th to 27th August 2013, expressed its deep shock and sadness over the violent response of the armed forces during the recent protest by villagers of Weliveriya - Rathupaswala against the alleged contamination and pollution of water by a local factory.
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News: Madras Café: Passed by Censor Board, stopped by protesters
Posted Date: 28/08/2013 (Wednesday)
The controversial film “Madras Cafe” was shunned because the film sparked protests across the world as Tamils claimed that the film portrays the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) as terrorists and it is “anti-Tamil”. In Chennai, in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu, theatres have been permitted to screen both the Hindi and Tamil versions of 'Madras Cafe', but the film was avoided being shown fearing protests from Tamil activists.
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Photos: UN may intercede as Sri Lanka regime strong-arms elections opponents
Posted Date: 28/08/2013 (Wednesday)
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