"In January 2022, Sri Lanka parliament will have the opportunity to focus on the new constitution,” he said.
"The report has been a waste of time and a waste of hope to all of us,” he said
Weerasekara drew parallels between a dragging teachers’ strike – now into its fourth month – and Sri Lanka’s civ...
A similar incident occurred in September when police found a hand grenade inside a private hospital.
Power gained through blood of innocents will not endure, the archbishop said.
“I think those who harm the country and destabilise the country have seized the opportunity,” he said.
“The meetings also reviewed drugs policy, environment and climate change, as well as corruption.”
“I assure Your Excellency that my wife and I are totally innocent and are guilty of no wrongdoings,” Nadesan said.
Rajapaksa has reassured the Indian official that there was no reason for India to have any concerns.
Alahapperuma said the Commission is required to submit a report within a month.
“If this family spent 10 million rupees a month, that’s still enough money for 250 years or five generations," he sa...
The police within four days called off the investigations, citing a lack of evidence.
Shringla’s comments come as India is seen trying to repair strained ties with Sri Lanka.
To take forward joint projects of mutual benefit
Nirupama Rajapaksa had been connected with Challan Oil Exploration Limited, and Rosetti Limited, the analysis showed.
“There is not even a modicum of truth about what is reported everywhere,” said Gammanpila.
“If he is guilty, if there is evidence against him, take him to court and proceed with the case."
"We need to go further on the child protection area. Since these are binding obligations, the state has duties."
“As public security minister, I have said at the cabinet meeting too that we mustn’t be soft [on these protests]."
“Harsh Vardhan Shringla is likely to inaugurate some key bilateral projects,” The Hindu said on its website.
“Sometimes we wonder if it is at the behest of certain businessmen that people are summoned for questioning."
Dissanayake said it could be an attempt to distract the public from multiple crises the country is facing.
Hulton also raised concerns relating to certain high profile Sri Lankan cases that are of current interest and focus.
The EU is the second largest export destination for Sri Lankan products.
The EU delegation visit comes after two key incidents of alleged human rights violations in the last two weeks.
Ranawaka is the second SJB parliamentarian to be summoned by the CID this week.