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$800 mn Indian aid helps resumption of train service in former Sri Lankan war zone

President Mahinda Rajapaksa bought a ticket and boarded the train for the last 43 kilometers (27 miles) of the journey.

Against Sri Lanka, India eye goal fest

India is the second-best among Asian teams in world rankings at No.9 behind four-time winners and tournament hosts South Korea.

‘Lanka links’ land two Tamil movies in trouble

Seeman, however, raised objections against Puli Paarvai and demanded deleting three scenes from the movie.


South Africa coast to easy victory, maintain top spot in Tests

Zimbabwe lost eight wickets for 83 runs on the final afternoon of the opening Test against South Africa.


In thrilling final hour of Galle Test, SL beat rain, Pak

Wicketkeeper-batsman Sarfraz Ahmed top scored with an unbeaten 52 before he ran out of partners.


Perera, the bright spot

Lankan spinner takes a five-wicket haul but not before Pakistan pile 451; hosts 99/1 at stumps on Day Two.


India strongly condemns ‘derogatory’ article against Jaya on Sri Lanka website; TN film industry protests in Chennai

Both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha witnessed two adjournments each as AIADMK members disrupted the proceedings.


Parliament in disarray over ‘derogatory’ article against Jaya in Sri Lanka

Rajya Sabha witnessed two adjournments during Question Hour, while Lok Sabha saw one adjournment in Zero Hour.

Pak removes official from Lanka mission after terror charges

Pakistan’s official position is that Siddiqui had finished his tenure in Sri Lanka and hence returned to Islamabad.

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India to warn Lanka about terror link of Pak official

NIA had last month taken over the case earlier registered by Tamil Nadu Police in which a Lanka national was arrested.


Steyn, Morkel team up to give SA first win in Lanka since 2000

Steyn took four for 45 and Morkel finished with four for 29 to dismiss the hosts for 216.


Fightback after opening salvo

Quinton de Kock, unbeaten on 17, and nightwatchman Dale Steyn were at the crease when stumps were drawn.


Sense of an ending

Mahela Jayawardene’s farewell party begins even as South Africa get ready for a new era under Hashim Amla.

Tell fishermen to look for alternative sites, Centre to tell TN

We do not want domestic issues to interfere with international policies, said a senior government official.


UN probe panel on Sri Lanka yet to seek entry into the country

Up to 40,000 Tamil civilians were killed in the brutal civil war in 2009, rights groups and experts have alleged.