Bangladesh sacks Assistant Coach Ruwan Kalpage

Bangladesh sacks Assistant Coach Ruwan Kalpage

Mohammad Isam Dhaka, August 20 (ESPN cricinfo): The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has terminated the contract of assistant coach Ruwan Kalpage after he failed to turn up for work by August 16. Media committee chairman Jalal Yunus said Kalpage did not respond to the BCB's latest letter. "We had sent him a letter asking him to return to work by August 16,...

Former Sri Lankan President Rajapaksa Unlikely To Form New Party

Former Sri Lankan President Rajapaksa Unlikely To Form New Party

Colombo, August 20 (The New Indian Express): Former Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa, is unlikely to break away from the ruling Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) and form his own party even though 40 of his key followers have been removed from district and electorate level posts by party Chairman and Sri Lankan President Mithripala Sirisena in an exceptionally strong...

Jaffna Investment Forum May Become An Issue Between Governor and Chief Minister Wigneswaran

Jaffna Investment Forum May Become An Issue Between Governor and Chief Minister Wigneswaran

Colombo, August 18 (The New Indian Express): The Governor of Sri Lanka’s Tamil majority Northern Province, Reginold Cooray, is organizing an international investment forum in Jaffna on August 22, and is planning to set up a One-Stop Shop at the Jaffna Secretariat to help persons wanting to invest in the war-devastated Northern Province. But this move could become an issue...

Indian Coast Guard ship arrives in Sri Lanka on goodwill visit

Indian Coast Guard ship arrives in Sri Lanka on goodwill visit

Aug 18 (NIA) - An Indian Coast Guard Ship 'Samarth’ arrived at the Colombo Port on a goodwill visit on Thursday, the navy media unit said here. The ship was ceremonially welcomed by the Sri Lanka Navy in accordance with naval traditions on her arrival. The Commanding Officer of the ship, Captain Anand Prakash Badola called on the Commander Western Naval...

USAF Medical Team To Examine Ex-LTTE Combatants Allegedly Injected With Poisonous Substances

USAF Medical Team To Examine Ex-LTTE Combatants Allegedly Injected With Poisonous Substances

Colombo, August 17 (NIA): The Chief Minister of Sri Lanka’s Tamil-majority Northern Province, C.V.Wigneswaran, has said that US Air Force’s medical team, currently in the province on a goodwill visit, will examine former Tamil Tigers combatants who had fallen sick allegedly because they were injected with poisonous substances by the Sri Lankan armed forces when they were undergoing detention or...

US willing to support Sri Lanka’s vision for unified country

US willing to support Sri Lanka’s vision for unified country

Aug 16 (NIA) - The United States is willing to work with Sri Lanka in rebuilding the island's economy, advance good governance, and ensure equal rights and equal opportunity for all, a statement quoting a US diplomat said here on Tuesday. US Ambassador to Colombo, Atul Keshap, said that while Sri Lanka and the United States shared strong ties, the...

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