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Deprived School Students Received Bicycles Under Reconciliation Initiatives

Ministry of National Integration and Reconciliation has provided 85 bicycles to the most deprived schools children in Mulankavil Maha Vidyalayam and Nallur Maha Vidyalayam in Poonakari Divisional Secretariat.

Mr.V.Sivagnanasothy, Secretary, Ministry of National Integration and Reconciliation
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Flag Hoisting ceremony to mark 70th Independence Anniversary of Pakistan

The High Commission of Pakistan in Sri Lanka and the Pakistani community celebrated 70th Independence Anniversary of Pakistan in a befitting manner.

Acting High Commissioner Dr  Sarfraz Sipra hoisting the national flag of Pakistan
Acting High Commissioner Dr  Sarfraz Sipra cutting the Independence Day Cake
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CRICKETISM: Indo-Lanka joint cricket exercises!

Sri Lankan bowlers enjoy too much by offering big scores to Indians for return favors in Test.

Indian's  'bafoonery' at its best
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Tilak Marapana – Sri Lanka’s New Foreign Minister

Tilak Marapana, Minister of Development Assignments had been sworn in as the new Foreign Affairs Minister before the President today.

Tilak Marapana – Sri Lanka’s New Foreign Minister
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Pakistan High Commission launches book: “An Enduring Friendship; Sri Lanka and Pakistan

The Acting High Commissioner of Pakistan Dr. Sarfraz Ahmed Khan Sipra has said that Pakistan and Sri Lanka have been linked since ancient times, a link which is now 2,300 years old.

Acting High Commisasioner Dr  Sarfraz Sipra presenting book to former President Chandrika Kumaratunga
Acting High Commissioner Dr  Sarfraz Sipra presenting book to Speaker Parliament Karu Jayasooriya
Acting High Commissioner Dr  Sarfraz Sipra with former President  Mahinda Rajapaksa Speaker Parliament  Karu Jayasooriya International Trade Minister  Malick Samarawickrema
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Thailand: Lèse-majesté verdict must be quashed

Pro-democracy activist Jatupat Boonpattararaksa (“Pai Dao Din”), was today sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison, for violating Thailand’s lèse-majesté law after sharing a BBC article on Facebook.

Pro-democracy activist Jatupat 'Pai' Boonpattararaksa with his parents in a 2016 file photo.
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