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Burma is Progressing, except on the Road to Peace & Democracy

Burma is progressing by leaps and bound except in Democracy and Peace is everyone’s knowledge. Greater economic openness and re-engagement with the international community have successfully stimulated the country’s economic growth. The economy has sustained GDP growth of more than 7 per cent for two years running, bolstered by rising exports and foreign investment, according to the latest IMF estimates.

Burma is Progressing, except on the Road to Peace & Democracy
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Tourism Promotional Event at the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Stockholm

The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Stockholm, Sweden organized a Tourism Promotional Event at the Embassy premises on 25 September 2014. The event was jointly organized by the Embassy and Gränslösa Resor AB - "Journeys beyond Borders", a travel company arranging specially designed travel tours for nature and culture loving people in Sweden.

Tourism Promotional Event at the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Stockholm
Tourism Promotional Event at the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Stockholm
Tourism Promotional Event at the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Stockholm
Tourism Promotional Event at the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Stockholm
Tourism Promotional Event at the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Stockholm
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Durgotsab and Hindu religious status in Bangladesh - Part-II

What had happened under Pakistani regimes (1947-1971), that has been repeatedly happening in Bangladesh over the last four decades? All those violation of human rights were nothing but ‘persecution of religious minority in Bangladesh’ or can be termed as ‘ethnic cleansing’.

Durgotsab and Hindu religious status in Bangladesh - Part-II
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Sri Lanka Denies Media Reports of speculative nature: Appreciated beginning of High level dialogue

Sri Lanka's External Affairs Ministry said that any reference in the media to the contents of this discussion are of a speculative nature and does not in any way reflect the view of the Government of Sri Lanka. In fact, reference to this meeting has been published in the schedule of State Secretary Kerry, which is in the public domain.

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