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Anti-Lanka stand: DMK, AIADMK demand boycott of Commonwalth meet in Colombo


Chennai: Joining her arch rival DMK on the Lankan Tamils issue, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa on Monday said that India should stay away from the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CH

Lankan minister must face trial: TN

Sri Lankan minister Douglas Devananda was involved in a murder case and hence has to face trial, the state government informed a sessions court on Wednesday. The state, represented by the inspector of

Sri Lankan envoy pleads for talks

Even as the trade and business captains are increasingly worried over the fallout of the recent travel advisory issued by the Sri Lankan government telling its citizens to avoid visiting Tamil Nadu, S

Parties sympathise with Lankan pilgrims’ plight

With the pro-Tamil outfits attacking Sri Lankan pilgrims in the state, the DMK on Tuesday said it was only opposed to India’s training defence personnel from the island nation while the CPI(M) express

India reassures Lanka on safety

As political parties in Tamil Nadu continue to raise the pitch on not allowing Sri Lankans armed forces to train in India or force the early return of football teams from the state to their home coun

Parties join cry to stop Rajapaksa visit

Over three years have passed since the fall of the LTTE and the failure of the Eelam war, but the Lankan Tamil issue continues to rage in multiple forms across the Palk Strait in Tamil Nadu.

The lat

Tamil outfits target Lankan pilgrims for second day

Sri Lankan pilgrims were targeted for the second day on Tuesday with three buses carrying them to the Tiruchirapalli airport attacked by activists of Tamil outfits.

Sticks and stones were hurled by t

Relieved MK gives up fast idea after PM’s assurance

A visibly relieved DMK president M. Karunanidhi on Monday announced he would not have to resort to fasting on the US resolution against Sri Lanka since the Prime Minister has announced Indian support

Lanka: All solution in works

Under pressure from political parties in Tamil Nadu, which want India to support a US resolution at United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva seeking accountability for war crimes in the l

UK TV shows Lankan war crimes video, govt denies guilt

A British channel has broadcast a video of alleged massacre in Sri Lanka during the Eelam war showing women's dead bodies in a muddy field, a footage dismissed by Colombo as “unauthentic”. The Channel

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