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India, Russia, China under Brics Sun

Two unexpected developments in the run up to the Big Goa Summit made the BRICS gathering an event worth watching. This has nothing to do with the failure of SAARC to hold its Islamabad summit with Pakistan leadership getting an earful from member nations on its duplicity on the terrorism front.

India, Russia, China under Brics Sun
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IOM to extend assistance to Sri Lanka in training and capacity building

The International Organization on Migration (IOM) has expressed readiness to further enhance its assistance to Sri Lanka, by providing training and capacity building support for the Ministries of Foreign Employment and Foreign Affairs, and to the Sri Lanka Foreign Employment Bureau (SLBFE).

 Minister Thalatha Atukorale meeting Colombo Process PRs based in Geneva.
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Australia's detention of asylum-seekers camp 'amounts to torture': Amnesty

Australia's detention of asylum-seekers on a remote Pacific island "amounts to torture" under international law, Amnesty International said Monday in a report that alleged widespread abuse and an "epidemic of self-harm".

Australia is keeping more than 800 asylum-seekers on Manus Island
Australia's detention of asylum-seekers camp 'amounts to torture': Amnesty
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Thirukumar Nadesan Arrested And Released On Bail

Thirukumar Nadesan, a businesswoman and the husband of Nirupama Rajapaksa, former Deputy Minister and and Hambantota District MP - a niece of former President Mahinda Rajapaksa was arrested for his alleged involvement with a controversial 16-acre plot of land in Malwana, and produced before the Pugoda Magistrate’s Court was ordered to be released on bail yesterday.

THirukumar Nadesan after being released on bail  by Pugoda Magistrate D.A.Ruwan Pathirana
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