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Former Army Commander Sarath Fonseka elevated as Field Marshal, though the stigma of guilty verdict still remains

Sarath Fonseka elevated to the position of Field Marshal though the stigma of guilty verdict of ‘corrupt military supply deals,’ still remains even though he has been pardoned and political rights restored.

Sarath Fonseka Promoted to the Rank of Field Marshall by the President ( Pix By: Chandana Perera )
Former Army Commander  Sarath Fonseka elevated as Field Marshal,  though the stigma of guilty verdict still remains
Former Army Commander  Sarath Fonseka elevated as Field Marshal,  though the stigma of guilty verdict still remains
Former Army Commander  Sarath Fonseka elevated as Field Marshal,  though the stigma of guilty verdict still remains
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Sri Lanka arrests Indian fishermen, again!

Even as India and Sri Lanka are engaged in talks to resolve the issue of fishing by Indian Tamil Fishermen near Katchatheevu, Sri Lankan Navy has arrested some more Indian fishermen for allegedly poaching in Lankan sea waters, indirectly complicating the matter as Tamil Nadu government is annoyed about the arrests.

 Sri Lanka arrests Indian fishermen, again!
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Pakistan - Sri Lanka Friendship Firmly Standing on Pillars of Mutual Trust Respect: Dr. Sarfraz Ahmed Khan Sipra

The Acting High Commissioner of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan in Sri Lanka, Dr. Sarfraz Ahmed Khan Sipra said that the brotherly and time tested relationship between Pakistan and Sri Lanka are firmly standing on the pillars of mutual trust, respect and desire to promote friendship.

Pakistan - Sri Lanka Friendship Firmly Standing on Pillars of Mutual Trust Respect: Dr. Sarfraz Ahmed Khan Sipra
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