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Sri Lankan News

The Navy has apprehended eleven Indian fishermen who engaged in illegal fishing in Sri Lankan territorial waters along with three trawlers belonging to them. MORE.

16 Feb 2020 (7:44 PM)

Lord Marland, the Chairman of the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council, met Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa yesterday (15) Colombo. MORE..

16 Feb 2020 (9:03 PM)

The Indian Navy arrested three Sri Lankan fishermen for fishing in Indian territorial waters, yesterday (15). The boat used by the fishermen was also impounded, said Indian police. MORE..

16 Feb 2020 (12:52 PM)

President Gotabaya Rajapaksa inspected the progress of Port City Colombo today (16). MORE..

16 Feb 2020 (11:33 PM)

The United States Ambassador to Sri Lanka Alaina B Teplitz met with Foreign Minister Dinesh Gunawardena on the travel restriction imposed on Commander of the Army Lieutenant General Shavendra Silva. MORE..

16 Feb 2020 (2:52 PM)

The United States Ambassador to Sri Lanka has been summoned to the Ministry of Foreign Relations over the travel restriction imposed on Commander of the Army Lieutenant General Shavendra Silva. MORE..

16 Feb 2020 (12:29 AM)

Tokyo Metropolitan Police of Japan have arrested a Sri Lankan make who is suspected in the fraudulent purchase of nearly 40,000 liters of fuel in Ibaraki Prefecture last year, reports Japanese Media. MORE..

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