Rajapaksa wants world leaders to see Sri Lanka`s reality

Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa on Sunday said he wishes to see more foreign leaders visiting his country to experience the island`s post conflict progress.

`Sri Lanka has no faith in international probe`

The Sri Lankan government Saturday said it has no faith in an international investigation into the alleged human rights abuses occurred during the civil war in the country.

Sri Lanka to compile death toll of civil war

Sri Lankan today announced that it will conduct a nation-wide survey from tomorrow to compile a death toll and assess property damage during the country`s nearly three-decades-long civil war.

Foreigners monitor Sri Lanka`s ex-war zone elections

Foreign observers today held talks with officials and candidates in Sri Lanka`s Tamil-dominated north to ensure free and fair polls in the former war zone`s first elections in 25 years on Saturday.

`India must raise concerns with Lanka over rights violations`

India must raise serious concerns with Sri Lanka over human rights violations, a leading rights group said on Sunday.

India donates 10,000 cycles to war displaced in northern Lanka

India has donated some 10,000 bicycles in Sri Lanka`s war-torn north under an assistance programme to help in the rehabilitation of those displaced during nearly three-decade long conflict.