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Chaminda Vaas named Sri Lanka's pace bowling coach for India series

Chaminda Vaas named Sri Lanka's pace bowling coach for India series

Ramanayake, who resigned after the series against Zimbabwe, cited "personal reasons" for ending a two-year stint following his reappointment in 2015.

Shaminda Eranga, Sri Lankan pacer, cleared to bowl after ban

Eranga was reported during the second test against England at Chester-le-Street in May 2016 and was barred from bowling in international matches when his action was found to be illegal following an independent assessment.

'Malabar improves capability to face 21st century challenges'

Japan and the US are bound by "shared values and interests" and their trilateral 'Malabar' naval exercise improves the capability of the navies to face "21st century challenges", a top American lawmaker has said.

Four Indian fishermen arrested by Sri Lankan Navy for alleged poaching

Four Indian fishermen arrested by Sri Lankan Navy for alleged poaching

As per the Sri Lankan Navy, the Fast Attack Craft of the Northern Naval Command of Colombo arrested the fishermen about 9 Nm Northwest of Kovilan on Sunday.

 

Ground staff at Hambantota stadium in Sri Lanka stripped off their pants, watch shocking video here

Ground staff at Hambantota stadium in Sri Lanka stripped off their pants, watch shocking video here

Sri Lanka went down to Zimbabwe in the fifth and final ODI of the series in Hambantota, handing the visitors a 3-2 win. An off the field incident during the match has now come into light where the ground staff were made to strip off their pants.

Retrieval of Katchatheevu only solution to fishermen's issue: D Jayakumar

The Tamil Nadu government on Tuesday reasserted its position that the retrieval of Katchatheevu, an islet ceded to Sri Lanka in the 1970s, was the "only solution" to the vexed fishermen's issue.

Sri Lankan Navy detains three Indian fishermen

Sri Lankan Navy detains three Indian fishermen

The arrest was made by a Fast Attack Craft (FAC) belonging to the Northern Naval Command yesterday.

 

 Arjuna Ranatunga slams Sri Lankan selectors for dropping Dinesh Chandimal

Arjuna Ranatunga slams Sri Lankan selectors for dropping Dinesh Chandimal

As the fourth ODI of the five-match series is being played on Saturday, Chandimal is yet to get a match in the series.

Sri Lanka hand fresh blow to PCB, refuse to tour Pakistan for proposed series over security concerns

Sri Lanka hand fresh blow to PCB, refuse to tour Pakistan for proposed series over security concerns

With the proposal rejected, the Test, one-day international (ODI) and Twenty20 international (T20I) series will be hosted at PCB's back-up venue, United Arab Emirates (UAE).

ICC Women's World Cup 2017: Confident Indian eves look to carry on momentum against Sri Lanka – Preview

ICC Women's World Cup 2017: Confident Indian eves look to carry on momentum against Sri Lanka – Preview

The Indians, enjoying good run, would certainly start as overwhelming favourites against Sri Lanka, who have looked below-par in the tournament so far with three defeats from as many matches.

SL vs ZIM, 2nd ODI: Debutant Wanidu Hasaranga bags maiden hat-trick as Sri Lanka crush Zimbabwe

Sri Lanka bowled out Zimbabwe for 155 -- with Hasaranga one of the heroes alongside fellow-spinner Lakshan Sandakan and his four wickets. The home side then reached 158-3 in 30.1 overs with Upul Tharanga unbeaten on 75.

Sri Lanka deploys troops to tackle dengue crisis

Sri Lanka deploys troops to tackle dengue crisis

Humid monsoon weather, stagnant water from recent flooding, as well as mounting piles of rotting garbage accumulating in the capital, have combined to create abundant areas for mosquitoes to multiply.

Smriti Mandhana draws inspiration from Sri Lankan great Kumar Sangakkara

Smriti Mandhana draws inspiration from Sri Lankan great Kumar Sangakkara

Notching up 196 runs in the two matches played, which includes a century against the West Indies, the left-handed opener has earned quite an amount of praise and accolades from the cricketing greats.

Lasith Malinga diagnosed with viral influenza, ruled out of 2nd ODI against Zimbabwe

Lasith Malinga diagnosed with viral influenza, ruled out of 2nd ODI against Zimbabwe

Sri Lanka Cricket also said that left-arm bowler Lakshan Sandakan had missed the first ODI due to the same illness.

ICC Women's World Cup 2017: Megh Lanning's century trumps Chamari Atapattu's 178 as Australia beat Sri Lanka

The Sri Lanka number three made an unbeaten 178 -- the third highest individual score in a women`s one-day international -- in a seemingly competitive total of 257 for nine.

Ex-LTTE leader's wife Ananthi Saseetharan sworn in as north Lanka minister

Ananthi Saseetharan was appointed as the minister of rehabilitation and women's affairs by Chief Minister C V Wigneswaran in the reshuffle of the northern council of ministers.

Lasith Malinga to face disciplinary inquiry for 'repeated breach' of contract

Lasith Malinga to face disciplinary inquiry for 'repeated breach' of contract

A release from the Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) said that since his return from the Champions Trophy, Malinga has on two occasions acted in contravention of the terms of agreement which specifically bar him from making any statements to the media without the prior written consent of the Chief Executive Officer.

Tamil Nadu concerned over 'attacks' by Sri Lankan Navy on Indian fishermen, seeks Centre's intervention

Tamil Nadu concerned over 'attacks' by Sri Lankan Navy on Indian fishermen, seeks Centre's intervention

The Tamil Nadu government on Monday expressed concern over the "alarming increase" in number of "attacks" on Indian fishermen by the Sri Lankan Navy and sought the Centre's intervention for release of 42 of them.

Tens of thousands stranded by Sri Lanka doctors' strike

Tens of thousands of patients have been left in the lurch by a doctor-led strike at Sri Lanka`s state-run hospitals, a consumer rights group said on Saturday.

Sri Lanka's doctors go on strike demanding university close

The South Asian Institute of Technology and Medicine is the only private university in Sri Lanka currently training medical students.