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“Luxembourg is committed to support Sri Lanka” - Deputy PM Jean Asselborn


"Luxembourg is committed to support Sri Lanka” said Mr. Jean Asselborn, Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, when Sri Lanka’s Ambassador to Belgium, Luxembourg and the EU Ravinatha Aryasinha, paid a farewell call on him recently at his office in Luxembourg.

The Jaffna IDPs urges immediate release of houses and lands under occupation by Defence Forces

Hundreds of people who were displaced from the villages of Palaly, Keerimalai, Kankesanthuria, Myliddy, Vasavilan located in the Jaffna Peninsula have started agitation to retrieve their houses and agricultural lands.

Tamara Back in the Government Delegation

Ambassador Tamara Kunanayakam, the Permanent Representative for Geneva is back in the Government delegation that left for Brazil yesterday morning from Havana.

Manmohan Singh, Obama meet at G-20 summit

Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and US President Barack Obama had a brief informal interaction during the G-20 Summit, days after the two leaders agreed to work together to address the faltering global economy and the painful Euro-zone crisis.

Manmohan Singh, Obama meet at G-20 summit

Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and US President Barack Obama had a brief informal interaction during the G-20 Summit, days after the two leaders agreed to work together to address the faltering global economy and the painful Euro-zone crisis.

Former Egyptian President Mubarak Clinically dead?

Former Egypt President Hosni Mubarak is said to be clinically dead. Egyptian state news agency reports Hossni Mubarak's heart has stopped beating and is not responding to defibrillation.

PM addresses G-20 meet on economic slowdown


As the initial euphoria about Greece elections died down, the economic crisis took centre-stage. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh addressed some critical issues relating to the slowdown in India's economy in his address during the Plenary Session of the seventh Summit of the Group of 20 developed and developing countries.

Warmest congratulations to Crown Prince Salman

Prince Salman’s appointment as Crown Prince and the deputy prime minister has been widely welcomed by the well-wishers of the kingdom.

Burma - Post Mortem of A Sectarian Violence

Meticulously planned by the hardliners of the quasi civilian government of Burma has successfully produced a sectarian violence between the Muslim and the Buddhist communities in Western Burma of Arakan State.

Presidential race: Sangma quits NCP, likely to get NDA support

Defiant contender for Presidential election , P A Sangma, has resigned from his Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and will get the support of NDA in the election, Subramanian Swamy announced on Wednesday.


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