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Indian Captain Kohli stops short of calling Aussie captain Smith "cheat"

Indian captain Virat Kohli today stirred up a major controversy by virtually accusing the Australian captain Steve Smith of cheating in the usage of DRS, flaring up the tensions between the two sides.

Australian captain Steve Smith & Indian Captain Virat Kohli
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Trinity v ACM Lafir in the 1950: Commemorating 100 years of Trinity v St Anthony’s cricket

Dr Lakshman Karaliadde a British Sri Lankan doctor gave the Dr BS Perera memorial oration on the invitation of the Anesthesiologists and Intensivits of SL in 2010. He wanted some of his Trinity College and Kandy friends to attend. He rang me from his home in Kandy to invite me for the oration and asked me to let him know who of my Trinitian friends I was in contact with, in order to invite them too.

Trinity v ACM Lafir in the 1950: Commemorating 100 years of Trinity v St Anthony’s cricket
Trinity v ACM Lafir in the 1950: Commemorating 100 years of Trinity v St Anthony’s cricket
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High Commissioner to Sri Lanka takes up fishermen issue with Sri Lankan PM

In the wake of the killing of an Indian fisherman by the Sri Lankan Navy, the government has conveyed its deep concerns.

Thamizhaga Vazhvurimai Katchi Party workers climbed a tower in protest against Sri Lankan Navy in Rameswaram
DMK working president M.K. Stalin
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Hamid Ansari takes up fisherman issue with Lankan president Srisena

Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena has ordered a thorough probe into the killing of an Indian fisherman allegedly by the Sri Lankan Navy, Vice President Hamid Ansari today said after raising the issue with him in Jakarta.

 Hamid Ansari takes up fisherman issue with Lankan president Srisena
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Southeast Asia: As governments fail on human rights, women stand up

As the world marks International Women’s Day, Amnesty International recognizes the work of six distinguished women human rights activists who have faced harassment, threats, imprisonment, and violence for standing up for human rights in the region.

Southeast Asia: As governments fail on human rights, women stand up
Southeast Asia: As governments fail on human rights, women stand up
Southeast Asia: As governments fail on human rights, women stand up
Southeast Asia: As governments fail on human rights, women stand up
Southeast Asia: As governments fail on human rights, women stand up
Southeast Asia: As governments fail on human rights, women stand up
Southeast Asia: As governments fail on human rights, women stand up
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