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Gotabaya involved in heroin smuggling ?

Gotabaya Rajapaksa plays most important role in the heroin smuggling, Lankae news reports.

British woman sexually harassed in Arugam Bay - Lankan woman arrested in Sharjah

A 20 year old British woman has been sexually abused at Arugam Bay, Pottuvil area on August 29.The victim has lodged a complaint with the Police and the Police reported that she is currently receiving treatments at Ampara General Hospital.

Two Lankan Tamils arrested in Tamil Nadu

The Dhanushkodi police have arrested a Sri Lankan Tamil who attempted to clandestinely leave for Talaimannar and two others, including a Sri Lankan Tamil refugee who promised him a trip by boat.

The Non-Government Organizations will be monitored: Prasad Kariyawasam

Prasad Kariyawasam, who is the Srilankan Ambassador to the United States of America, has said that the Srilankan government is going to monitor the Non-Governmental Organizations, which are spoiling the stability of the country.

Australian Government decided to release 150 children

The Australian Government has announced that it is going to release the 150 children who have been detained by them in the camps.

President Rajapaksa will rule the country till 2020

President Mahinda Rajapaksa decided to rule the country till year 2020, Sinhala media reports.

Ban ki-moon has urged Sri Lanka to assist the investigation on the war crimes

UN Secretary General Ban ki-moon has urged Sri Lanka to assist the investigation on the war led by the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR).

Indo - Lankan fishermen issue to be discuss at Modi's office

The Prime Minister's Office (PMO) has convened a meeting today to explore a long-term solution to the contentious fishermen issue between India and Sri Lanka.

Never stop investigation against SriLanka: Navaneetham Pillay

United Nation Human Rights Commissioner Navaneetham Pillay announced that they will continue investigation against SriLanka.

Anurakumara Dissanayake case dismissed

The case filed by JVP leader Anura Kumara Dissanayake claiming Rs. 100 million from the Dinamina newspaper was dismissed by the Colombo District Court with costs.