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12 fishermen injured in Lankan Navy attack

Rameswaram (TN): Twelve fishermen were today injured when they were attacked allegedly by Sri Lankan naval personnel for fishing in Lankan territorial waters, officials said.
It was a mistake by the

Official kicked out for SL soccer match


Chief minister Jayalalithaa on Sunday suspended M. Thomas, the stadium officer at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium near the Central Station here, for ‘insulting Tamil sentiments’ by allowing a Sri Lankan

Centre 'mischievously concealing' training to Lankan forces


Accusing the Centre of showing 'excessive enthusiasm' in training Lankan defence personnel, Chief Minister Jayalalithaa on Saturday said it has 'mischievously concealed' the training being given to

Jaya slams Centre, M Karunanidhi for pussyfooting on Sri Lanka

Chief minister J. Jayalalithaa on Friday slammed the Centre for pussyfooting the Sri Lankan Tamil issue and getting intimidated by the tiny neighbour.

“It is regrettable that instead of acting like a

Sri Lankan’s plea in airport blast case dismissed

The Madras high court on Thursday dismissed a petition from a 50-year-old Sri Lankan national, who was an accused in the Chennai airport bomb blast case in 1984, seeking the removal of adverse remarks

Menon to take up Fishermen issue with SL

Union minister of state in the PMO V. Narayanasamy said National Security Adviser Shivshankar Menon would take up the issue of attacks on Tamil Nadu fishermen by Sri Lankan Navy when he visits the is

Speed up Tamils solution: Sushma

An Indian parliamentary delegation on Saturday asked Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa to speed up reconciliation with the Tamil minority in the island “with a sense of urgency” and take steps to

Sri Lankan national held at IGI with fake passport

A Sri Lankan national was arrested from the airport here for allegedly possessing a fake Indian passport, after he was deported from Paris, police said on Sunday.

Viera Aji (32), who allegedly h

Sanga lashes out at SLC for indulging in corrupt practices


Former Sri Lankan captain Kumar Sangakkara launched scathing attack against the cricket establishment in the country for indulging in corrupt practices which he feels needs to be eradicated at the earliest.

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