PM Modi pitches for implementation of Tamil reconciliation process by Sri Lanka

India on Saturday sought devolution of powers by the Sri Lankan government to the minority Tamils in the island nation and hoped that their aspirations for equality, justice and respect will be fulfilled as per provisions of the country’s Constitution. After wide-ranging talks with his Sri Lankan counterpart Mahinda Rajapaksa, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the issue was discussed with an ‘open mind’ and hoped that the Tamil reconciliation process would be taken forward by Colombo. The two leaders also deliberated on a raft of key issues like bolstering anti-terror…

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Using Pakistan against India

Pakistan assures military support for Sri Lanka Pakistan has reiterated its military support for Sri Lanka following talks held in Colombo. Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan, Chief of the Air Staff, Pakistan Air Force called on Chamal Rajapaksa, State Minister of Defence. The Air Chief assured all-out support and cooperation to Sri Lanka in defence related fields, Daily Times Pakistan reported. Both dignitaries agreed to further enhance the existing bilateral cooperation between both countries. Later in the day, the Air Chief had a meeting with Vice Admiral Piyal De…

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Congress leaders and MR discuss wide range of issues

India’s Congress party met Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa and discussed a wide range of issues in New Delhi. Congress member Rahul Gandhi tweeted saying a delegation of Congress Party leaders met with Rajapaksa in Delhi and had a friendly and cordial discussion on a wide range of issues. He said that the talks included ways to strengthen the relationship between both countries. (Colombo Gazette) more

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Time For UNHRC To Act Firmly On War Crimes Committed By Sri Lanka

By Kumarathasan Rasingam – Kumarathasan Rasingam Sri Lanka is fast moving towards a military state and is now promoting alleged war criminals to top posts in Military and Government Departments.  The appointment of Lt. General Shavendra Silva:  Lt Gen Shavendra Silva’s name was mentioned in the resolution passed by the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in 2013, alleging rights abuses by the Sri Lankan Army. Defence Secretary Major General [Retd.] Kamal Gunaratne is a long associate of Rajapaksa family and played a key role in organising his presidential election campaign. The former major general commanded the…

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British mercenary pilots helped Indian troops to Kill Tamils

While Criticising British Mercenary Presence in Sri Lanka Overtly India Used British Mercenary Pilots Covertly to Help The Indian Army Fight the LTTE in Sri Lanka in 1987 Reveals New Book “”Keenie Meenie: The British Mercenaries Who Got Away With War Crimes” By Aditi Khanna London, Feb 6 (PTI) British mercenary pilots helped Indian troops in their battle against the Liberation Tigers for Tamil Eelam (LTTE) rebels in Sri Lanka in the 1980s, a new book reveals for the first time. The Indian Peace Keeping Force (IPKF) received air support from…

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‘NO’ to devolution of powers, as was promised in the 13th amendment says Mahinda.

“The Tamil National Alliance is not interested in talks. They are asking for things, which the majority community in Sri Lanka will not accept.”- Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa in Interview with “The Hindu” By Suhasini Haidar On his first visit after being sworn in as Sri Lanka’s Prime Minister, Mahinda Rajapaksa met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi. Mr. Mahinda told The Hindu about his hopes for debt-restructuring, and also about projects now on the anvil, although his government will not carry forward the projects agreed to…

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”Implement the Thirteenth Amendment to the Constitution” says Modi

“I am confident that the Government of Sri Lanka will realise the expectations of the Tamil people for equality, justice, peace, and respect within a united Sri Lanka. For this, it will be necessary to carry forward the process of reconciliation with the implementation of the Thirteenth Amendment to the Constitution of Sri Lanka,” – Indian PM Narendra Modi By Suhasini Haidar Sri Lanka wants India to allow debt repayments by Colombo to be deferred for three years, visiting Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa said in order to help the country…

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Indial Leaders are bunch of Idiots.

Indian Premier Narendra Modi Emphasises Need for Reconciliation with the Tamil People in a United Sri Lanka in his Media Statement After Meeting Mahinda Rajapaksa But Sri Lankan Prime Minister Omits Any Reference to the Issue in Media Release In his media statement after talks with Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa here on Saturday, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that he is “confident that the Sri Lankan government will realize the expectations of equality, justice, peace and respect of the Tamil people within a united Sri Lanka.” But…

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