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Lankan Parliament approves law to trace missing persons

Sri Lanka's Parliament today unanimously approved a bill to set up an office to help find some 65,000 people reported missing during the country's armed uprisings, including a brutal civil war with the LTTE, and clarify the circumstances under which they disappeared.

Sri Lankan Parliament approves Constitution making mechanism

Sri Lankan Parliament has unanimously approved a resolution for setting up a Constitutional Assembly to formulate a new Constitution for the country.

Sri Lanka`s Parliament sworn in after unity government formed

Sri Lanka`s new Parliament was sworn in on Tuesday following a general election that saw Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe form a broad-based unity government.

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PM Narendra Modi addresses Sri Lankan Parliament

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday addressed the Sri Lankan Parliament, as part of his visit to the country.

PM Narendra Modi's Sri Lanka visit: As it happened

PM Narendra Modi's Sri Lanka visit: As it happened

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday flew into the Sri Lankan capital in the early hours and held talks with the country's top leadership during which several vexed issues were discussed and key agreements signed.

Sri Lanka approves new voters` bill

The Sri Lankan Parliament approved without a vote, a key voter registration bill which will allow some 20,000 people to vote in the upcoming provincial council elections.

Lankan Parliament adopts anti-terror financing legislation

Sri Lanka`s parliament has enacted legislation to curtail financial support for terrorism by approving revision of an anti-terror funding law.

S Lankan Parliament votes to impeach Chief Justice

Sri Lankan Parliament voted overwhelmingly to impeach the country`s first woman Chief Justice Shirani Bandaranayake, deepening a standoff between the judiciary and the government.

Parties asked to name members in par panel to try top judge

Parties represented in Sri Lankan Parliament were asked to name their representatives in a select committee that would initiate an impeachment motion against the country`s Chief Justice Shirani Bandaranayake.