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CEPA would be the answer for all shortcomings in the Indo-Sri Lanka FTA

A day long Conference on Trade Facilitation Issues Related to the India – Sri Lanka Free Trade Agreement, jointly organized by the Institute of Policy Studies of Sri Lanka and the UNDP Asia Pacific Regional Centre, Bangkok, was held at Galadari Hotel, Colombo.

Make Tamils feel comfortable in their land of birth: Houston Tamil Attorney tells Sri Lanka President

Someone from Australia drew the attention of this correspondent to a welcome address delivered by a Sri Lanka-born Tamil attorney living in Houston, Texas, when Sri Lanka president Mahinda Rajapaksa visited this Deep South American city on September 26 during his engagement with the United Nations General Assembly sessions.

Sri Lanka Police investigate Gold Medalist Manju Wanniarachchi's doctor's credentials

Sri Lanka Police has begun a full probe into the a medical practitioner from Kurunegala who had treated Sri Lanka’s Boxing Gold Medalist Manju Wanniarachchi, who is caught in the middle of a doping scandal.

G20 meet achievements significant: Pranab Mukherjee

India had its way at the two-day conference of G20 finance ministers and central bank governors, with Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee describing achievements on IMF reforms and the currency war, mainly between the US and China, as "significant".

Law Students should uphold the traditions of the Bar and Nobility of the Profession:HC Judges advicess

Sathyanarayanan, B. Rajendran and N . Kirubakaran, at the inauguration of a Moot Court competition in Chennai on Saturday.

Oken Jeet lauded for National Muaythai at Jammu

Several high ranking officials from Jammu and Kashmir State and Indian Olympic Officials have lauded Oken Jeet Sandham, President of Muaythai Federation of India (MFI), for having successfully conducted and supervised the IFMA India National Muaythai Championship 2010 at Jammu.

Kashmir: Interlocutor Padgaonkar creates storm on Pak role

Dileep Padgaonkar, head of the interlocutors' panel for J&K has created a political storm by stating that Pakistan has to be involved for a permanent solution of the Kashmir issue.

Entire Maldives cabinet may get axed, warns Parliamentarian

The entire Maldives’ cabinet will be thrown out if a collective vote is taken for endorsing them, opposition Parliamentarian Ali Waheed warned.


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