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Fishing strains: No Indo-Lanka fishermen talks before PM Modi visit (Sketch of salient features of a conflict)

The Ministry of External Affairs of India is working on fixing a fresh date for holding third round of talks between fishermen of Sri Lanka and Tamil Nadu after the TN State government informed that it would be difficult to host it on March 11 as proposed by Sri Lanka.

Bottom Trawling by Indian Fishermen in Sri Lankan waters
Fishing boats of Indian fishermen in Sri Lankan waters
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US Senator faces charges accepting gifts: US laws are strict

Following a disclosure in Sri Lanka parliament on 3 March that the previous Rajapaksa administration, using the four US lobbying firms it commissioned to enhance the image of the nation globally and lessen the impact of US cry on human rights, had given solicitations to congressmen, the Asian Tribune in a Political Note cited the US Federal laws strictly prevent such misdemeanors.

United States (Democratic Party) Senator Robert Menendez
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When will the good times (achhe din) come for women in India?

While stone statues of the female form (Saraswati, Lakshmi, Durga/Kali) are worshipped in temples and religious rituals, a large number of those made of flesh and blood face violence on the streets and in homes, and encounter discrimination throughout their lives that begins at (or even before) birth, and continues during childhood, adolescence and adulthood.

When will the good times (achhe din) come for women in India?
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Let Sanga remain a hero forever!

I do agree when some analysts describe Aravinda de Silva as a class batsman but I am reluctant to grade Aravinda above Sanga. I have always enjoyed watching both of them and their master class cricketing shots.

Let Sanga remain a hero forever!
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Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj called on President Maithripala Sirisena

Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj yesterday evening called on President Maithripala Sirisena at his Wijerama residence . to set the stage for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the country, the first bilateral tour by an Indian premier in over 25 years.

India's Minister of External Affairs Smt.Sushma Swaraj called on President this evening (06) at Wijerama Resident
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ICC world cup 2015 : Sri Lanka is the favorite against Australia

Sydney cricket ground (SCG) in Australia is one of Sri Lankan favorite for years. Out of last three matches played in the venue Sri Lanka has won two matches and remaining one was ended up with no results. Up to now Sri Lanka has beaten Australia in Australia for 16 times .

ICC world cup 2015 : Sri Lanka is the  favorite against Australia
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Sri Lanka President Leaves For London Today Morning

Sri Lanka President Maithripala Sirisena accompanied by First Lady Jayanthi Sirisena left on a three-day state visit to London this morning. He boarded an Emirates flight at around 10.08am this morning.

Maithripala Srisena
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