Rajapaksa hits out at opposition for taking pro-Tamil stand

Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa has hit out at the opposition for "working" with the pro-LTTE Tamil diaspora in a bid to oust him.

Sri Lanka to contest EU's delisting of LTTE

Sri Lanka will contest the decision by a European Union Court to delist the LTTE as a terroristorganisation and will send an envoy to Strasbourg to lobby the EU against the order.

Sri Lanka to host India in 2015
Sri Lanka to host India in 2015

After agreeing to tour India from Nov 1 following the the West Indies' refusal to complete the tour, Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) Sunday said it will host India in a Test series instead of travelling to India in August 2015.

Ajinkya Rahane seeks consistency to secure India team spot
Ajinkya Rahane seeks consistency to secure India team spot

Cricketer Ajinkya Rahane has said he is working towards attaining greater consistency and is looking to convert starts into big scores to secure his place in the Indian squad.

Greatness beckons for Virat Kohli as he notches more batting records

After scoring his 20th One-Day hundred against West Indies at Dharamshala, Virat Kohli has booked a place in the pantheon of batting greats.

Sri Lanka keen to host India in Test series next year
Sri Lanka keen to host India in Test series next year

After having agreed to play a five-match ODI series in India on a short notice post the West Indies pull-out, the Sri Lankan board is looking for a return in favour from the BCCI in August next year by playing three Test matches in the island nation.

TN BJP in a tight spot over fishermen issue

As Tamil Nadu fishermen continue to be arrested and their boats seized by Sri Lanka, BJP is being accused by them of reneging on its promise to protect their interests after assuming power at the Centre.

Uncertainty written large on crisis-ridden West Indies cricket
Uncertainty written large on crisis-ridden West Indies cricket

The fate of West Indies cricket is clearly in jeopardy after the abrupt termination of their India tour. If the crisis is not resolved soon, even their participation in the upcoming World Cup will be in doubt.

West Indies board apologises after India tour abandoned
West Indies board apologises after India tour abandoned

The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) said it had been left with no choice but to abandon its tour of India after its players "withdrew their services" amid an internal dispute.

Lanka concerned over EU court's annulment of sanctions on LTTE

Sri Lanka on Thursday expressed concern over an European Union court decision to strike down anti-terrorism sanctions against the LTTE imposed in 2006.

Lankan navy hands over Indian fishermen to Coast Guard

Sri Lankan navy on Thursday handed over 94 Tamil Nadu fishermen taken into custody by them to the Indian Coast Guard at the International Maritime Boundary Line, police said.

UWA raises doubts over reliability of ICC's recent biomechanic tests on bowlers
UWA raises doubts over reliability of ICC's recent biomechanic tests on bowlers

The University of Western Australia (UWA), whom the International Cricket Council (ICC) relied upon for the last 20 years to develop models to test illegal bowling actions, has reportedly raised serious doubts over the reliability of the recent biomechanics tests that have resulted in several international bowlers being suspended.

Tamil Nadu makes another pitch for retrieval of Katchatheevu

Tamil Nadu government Thursday made yet another pitch with the Centre for taking back Katchatheevu island with Chief Minister O Panneerselvam charging Sri Lanka with "deviously hardening" its "harsh" approach of not releasing boats of arrested Indian fishermen.

Lanka restricts foreigners' entry to former Northern war zone

Sri Lanka on Wednesday barred foreigners from visiting its former war zone in the Tamil-majority northern province without prior approval, citing national security concerns amid reports of attempts to revive the LTTE.

Sri Lankan ruling coalition legislator vows to defeat Rajapaksa

A Sri Lankan ruling coalition legislator has said that he would do everything to defeat President Mahinda Rajapaksa if he tried to hold Presidential election without amending the constitution.

EU to ban fish caught by vessels flagged in Sri Lanka

The European Union (EU) has decided to ban the import of fisheries products caught by vessels flagged in Sri Lanka from entering the EU market after three months time from now, the EU office said here in a statement Tuesday.

Sri Lankan military to return Tamil civilians' gold

Sri Lanka's military Tuesday announced it would return unspecified quantities of gold jewellery recovered from a battle site dating to the crushing of separatist Tamil Tiger rebels more than five years ago.

Sri Lanka resumes trains to war-battered Jaffna

 Sri Lanka`s president Monday launched train services to the battle-scarred city of Jaffna nearly 25 years after a bloody ethnic conflict destroyed the region`s entire railway network.

Sri Lanka restores blood-soaked railway to Tamil heartland

A railway in Sri Lanka that runs through mine-fields and snake-infested jungle is to reopen on Monday, nearly a quarter of a century after a bloody ethnic conflict shut it down.

Sri Lanka bars foreigners from former war zone

Sri Lanka's military has banned foreigners from traveling to the island's former war zone during a visit there by President Mahinda Rajapakse, officials and diplomatic sources said on Sunday.

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