Tuesday, September 21, 2021
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Gotabaya Rajapaksa

Modi, Rajapaksa agree on regular bilateral contact

In a telephonic conversation, the key leaders of their countries also reviewed topical developments and the ongoing cooperation between the two countries in bilateral and multilateral forums.

An opening for India in Sri Lanka

India must push for reconciliation efforts for the Tamils while remaining sensitive to Lanka’s security concerns

Sri Lanka urges for international debt relief due to COVID-19

"President points out this relief would be helpful to manage COVID-19 Social Distancing, Public Health and Social Security Systems in these countries."

India commits $10 million to SAARC for COVID-19 fight

Modi proposes setting up emergency fund to tackle coronavirus, lays stress on joint efforts

External Affairs Minister Jaishankar meets Sri Lankan PM

After his official engagement in Delhi, Rajapaksa will travel to Varanasi, Sarnath, Bodh Gaya and Tirupati.

Will be President of all Sri Lankans: Gotabaya Rajapaksa

President Gotabaya Rajapaksa vows to strengthen freedom of people to think and write freely

Will Rajapaksas derail Sri Lankan democracy?

Indian journalist Apratim Mukarji, who foresaw return of the clan to power, takes a critical look at the regime’s rule in his third book Annihilating the Demons of Sri Lanka

Will India, Sri Lanka find synergy?

How ‘friendly’ the two nations can get will depend on whether they can see eye to eye on key issues

Sri Lanka President Rajapaksa leaves for India on first overseas visit

During the two-day visit, the Lankan president will hold talks with Prime Minister Modi to deepen strategic bilateral ties.

Gotabaya has a tough task ahead

Ensuring ethnic and community amity won’t be easy for the new President for the Tamils and Muslims distrust him

Gotabaya Rajapaksa sworn in as Sri Lankan President

His elder brother Mahinda Rajapaksa, who was the country's president from 2005 to 2015, and a large number of dignitaries, including parliamentarians, took part in the oath-taking ceremony.

Gotabaya Rajapaksa wins Sri Lankan presidential election: Official results

Rajapaksa secured 52.25 per cent votes (6,924,255) while Premadasa received 41.99 per cent of the total votes polled (5,564,239), the election commission said.

PM Modi congratulates Gotabaya Rajapaksa for winning Sri Lankan polls

Rajapaksa stormed to victory in Sri Lanka's presidential elections, the results of which came on Sunday.

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