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Chennai: Customs officials are on the look out for two pass­e­n­gers, who had arrived from Colombo, carrying in their baggage a total of 50 gold coins which they abandoned on the conveyor belt early

Switching formats not easy but we can make adjustment: Dhoni


Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Wednesday conceded that switching from Test cricket to Twenty20 format was difficult but his team has the experience of making the adjustment for the T20 World C

Indians get ready for another tough contest


The Indian cricket team will aim to pick up the pieces after a disastrous performance in the last match and get their campaign back on track when they take on hosts Sri Lanka in the third ODI to be held here on Saturday.

Lanka must address reconciliation with sense of urgency: Sushma


Sri Lanka must address the issue of reconciliation with the Tamil minority in the country with 'a sense of urgency', Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj said here on Saturday.

Swaraj, wh

Indian prisoners in Colombo feel betrayed by Delhi

Amid allegations of Indian indifference towards Sri Lankan Tamils, Indian prisoners serving long sentences in Colombo's main prison say they feel badly let down by Indian authorities.

A spokesperson

Moody's slashes Ireland credit rating

Colombo: Sri Lanka's authorities have been forced to step in to control the spiralling price of coconuts - a dietary staple - by setting a ceiling price and arranging imports to ease supply and demand

Lanka look to end series on high


Pallekele (Sri Lanka), Nov. 30: Skipper Kumar Sangakkara expects Sri Lanka to put in a solid performance as they seek to clinch the series with a win in the third and final Test against the West Indie

Yuvi, Gambhir ruled out as Lanka bat against India in second Test


Colombo, July 26: Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara won the toss and elected to bat in the second cricket Test against India at the Sinhalese Sports Club on Monday.

India, trailing 1-0 in the three-

Colombo to host 1st-ever International wheelchair tennis

Colombo, Jul 13: The first-ever International Wheelchair Tennis tournament will be held here from July 16-18.

Among others, players from India, Malaysia and hosts Sri Lanka have confirmed their parti

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