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Sri Lanka Government Reveals Compensation Package for persons affected due to Bomb Blast

The Sri Lankan Cabinet of Ministers have granted approval on 24th April, to proceed with the compensation package for persons affected due to bomb blast on 21st April – the unexpected deadliest violence, which caused deaths and injuries.

Sri Lanka Government Reveals Compensation Package  for persons affected due to Bomb Blast
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WP Governor dismisses Kabeer, Wimal's allegations

Western Province Governor Azath Salley dismissed the slanderous allegations made by Highways Minister Kabeer Hashim and Parliamentarian Wimal Weerawansa, who alleged he had influenced to release the two suspects who broke Buddha statues in Mawanella in April.

WP Governor dismisses Kabeer, Wimal's allegations
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U.S. Cooperation to Enhance Safety in Sri Lanka

The United States Government continues to assist Sri Lankan authorities in the aftermath of the horrific attacks that occurred in the country on Easter Sunday.

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Nagaland most peaceful State in the country: Gen Chauhan

Cease Fire Monitoring Group (CFMG) Chairman, Lt. Gen Shokin Chauhan said Nagaland was one of the peaceful States in the country today. ‘There is absolutely no violence in the State,’ he said while interacting with press personnel at Kohima on Friday.

Chairman, Cease Fire Monitoring Group (CFMG), Lt Gen Shokin Chauhan (center) with media personnel during interaction on April 26, 2019, at Kohima. (NEPS Photo)
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Biden takes aim at Trump in 2020, President responds

Former US Vice President Joe Biden, in an online video Thursday, officially declared his candidacy for president in 2020, capping off weeks of intrigue and media speculation.

Biden takes aim at Trump in 2020, President responds
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Pak HC condoles with Opposition Leader

High Commissioner of Pakistan, Maj. Gen. (R) Dr. Shahid Ahmad Hashmat called on Opposition Leader of Sri Lanka Mahinda Rajapaksa on 24th April 2019 to express deep grief and sorrow over the huge loss of innocent lives in the recently occurred despicable attacks in Sri Lanka.

High Commissioner of Pakistan Maj. Gen. (R) Dr. Shahid Ahmad Hashmat meeting with Opposition Leader  Mahinda Rajapaksa
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Rishad slams careless ‘Jihadi’ gossip

False accusations for cheap political mileage hurled at a time of crisis only deepens Sri Lanka’s predicament. “I strongly condemn false accusations” slammed Sri Lanka’s Minister of Industry & Commerce, Resettlement of Protracted Displaced Persons & Cooperative Development, Skills Development & Vocational Training Rishad Bathiudeen on 24 April in Parliament.

The official photo released to the press on 2 June 2017 of Minister of Industry and Commerce Rishad Bathiudeen’s June 1, 2017 official meeting with the Colombo Traders Association’s (CTA) Secretary Mr Suriyar (at left- also Chairman  of Sooriyan Traders ) and  Chairman of CTA YM Ibrahim (Chairman, Ishana Exports Pvt Ltd –seated at far right) at the Ministry premises, Colombo 3.
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Pak PM offers Pakistan’s assistance in counter-terrorism measures

Prime Minister Imran Khan Wednesday telephoned his Sri Lankan counterpart Ranil Wickremesinghe and reiterated Pakistan’s offer of assistance to Sri Lanka towards counter terrorism measures.

Pak PM  offers Pakistan’s assistance in counter-terrorism measures
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Terrorist Attacks in Sri Lanka – A Condemnation By US

The United States condemns in the strongest terms the terror attacks in Sri Lanka on Easter morning. Attacks on innocent people gathering in a place of worship or enjoying a holiday meal are affronts to the universal values and freedoms that we hold dear, and demonstrate yet again the brutal nature of radical terrorists whose sole aim is to threaten peace and security.

Michael R. Pompeo  -  US Secretary of State
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Renowned writer-journalist S Muthiah passes away

Renowned veteran writer-journalist S Muthiah passed away in Chennai on 20th April, Saturday. He was 89. The Chronicler of the city of Chennai, known as Madras before, Mr. Muthiah leaves behind the history of Chennai and its heritage fully researched and recorded for the posterity.

Renowned writer-journalist S Muthiah passes away
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