Officer wears bloodstained cap and badge on retirement day; they were evidence in Rajiv Gandhi's assassination case
IPS officer Prateep V Phillip, who retired as DGP (Training), was allowed possession of the bloodstained cap and badge that he wore on duty that day by a Chennai court recently
Gotabaya Rajapaksa has said that he will engage with the Tamil diaspora for reconciliation talks to resolve the country's internal problems and would not hesitate to grant presidential pardon to Tamil youths in jail for LTTE links
President Rajapaksa despite his reassuring words to India, has not endeared himself to India in his actions
Rapper SVDP talks 'One Hundred Thousand Flowers': Why single on Sri Lankan civil war is his most important song yet
34 years after his family fled the Sri Lankan civil war, Toronto-based Tamil rapper SVDP has foregrounded the violence inflicted on his community, with Made in Jaffna, his third album.
Gandhi, who was prime minister between 1984-89, was assassinated by the LTTE during an election campaign in May, 1991
Viewing India-Sri Lanka ties through prism of power game with China is reductive, overlooks countries' civilisational connect
It is now commonplace to view India-Sri Lanka bilateral ties through the lens of New Delhi’s great power game with Beijing.
India will have warm words for Sri Lanka's president Gotabaya Rajpaksa, but China's cash will talk louder
Sri Lankan president Gotabaya Rajapaksa's visit to New Delhi comes in amidst the greatest assertion of Chinese power across the Indian Ocean since the 15th Century
Ahead of visit to New Delhi, President Gotabaya Rajapaksa says Sri Lanka won't do anything to harm India's interests
Newly-elected President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, who is considered pro-China, said he wanted Sri Lanka to be a 'neutral country' and work with all the countries
Sri Lanka President Gotabaya Rajapaksa appoints ex-PM and brother Mahinda as Prime Minister after Ranil Wickremesinghe resigns
Mahinda Rajapaksa was appointed the prime minister on 26 October, 2018 by the then president Maithripala Sirisena, who sacked Wickremesinghe in a controversial move that plunged Sri Lanka into an unprecedented constitutional crisis
Sri Lanka presidential polls today: Despite 35 candidates in fray, voters face difficult task of picking 'lesser of two evils'
Even though there are 35 candidates in the fray for the Sri Lanka presidential election, the election has come down to a race between two candidates — Gotabaya Rajapaksa and Sajith Premadasa
Rajiv Gandhi assassination case: Convict Nalini Sriharan surrenders in Vellore after being out of jail on ordinary leave for 52 days
Nalini Sriharan, one of the seven convicts in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case, surrendered at a prison in Tamil Nadu, after being out of the jail for 52 days on ordinary leave granted by the Madras High Court.
Rajiv Gandhi assassination case: Madras High Court rejects parole extension of convict Nalini Sriharan
The Madras High Court refused to extend the parole granted to Nalini Sriharan, who was sentenced to life imprisonment in Rajiv Gandhi assassination case
Shavendra Silva, accused of human rights abuses during Sri Lanka's war against LTTE, becomes army chief
Silva, who will take charge as incumbent Army chief Lt Gen Mahesh Senanayake's service was not extended, has however denied the allegations of violating international human rights laws, including shelling a hospital.
Rajiv Gandhi assassination: Convict Nalini Sriharan gets 30-day parole from Madras HC to attend daughter's marriage
The Madras High Court on Friday granted one month parole to Nalini Sriharan, serving a life sentence in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case.
Chennai court convicts Vaiko in 2009 sedition case; MDMK chief gets one-year jail term for pro-LTTE speech
According to the prosecution, Vaiko's speech on 15 July, 2009, while releasing the Tamil version (Kutram Saaturgiren) of his English book 'I accuse' on the Sri Lankan issue, was against the Indian government, attracting the offence of sedition.
Madras HC allows Rajiv Gandhi assassination convict Nalini to personally appear on 5 July to argue on plea for leave
The Madras HC granted permission to Nalini Sriharan, a life convict in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case, to appear in person on 5 July and argue on her plea for six months leave
Sri Lanka Easter bombings: Two of nine Muslim ministers return to govt after resigning over 'anti-minority sentiments'
Two of the nine Sri Lankan Muslim ministers, who had resigned in the wake of growing anti-minority sentiments following the Easter Sunday bombings, returned to the government fold on Wednesday.
MHA bans LTTE for another five years declaring it 'unlawful association' threatning India's territorial integrity and security
The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) said that LTTE's objective for a separate homeland (Tamil Eelam) for all Tamils threatens the sovereignty and territorial integrity of India, and amounts to cession and secession of a part of the territory of India from the Union and thus falls within the ambit of unlawful activities.
Sri Lanka military chief Ravindra Wijegunaratne faces legal action for allegedly covering up mass murders during civil war, detained
Wijegunaratne is the highest-ranking military officer in Sri Lanka to ever be held by a court over alleged crimes from Sri Lanka's wartime past, when the armed forces were accused of grave abuses against civilians.
Sri Lanka's highest-ranking military officer Ravindra Wijegunaratne detained in abduction case of 11 youth
The court was informed that Wijegunaratne shielded a naval intelligence officer accused of 11 murders in the final stages of the civil war with the Tamil rebels that ended in 2009.