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Madras HC dismisses Rajiv Gandhi assassination case convict Nalini's plea on premature release
Former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated by an LTTE suicide bomber on May 21, 1991, during an election rally near Sriperumbudur.
Sri Lanka names controversial field commander as Army chief
President Maithripala Sirisena's office on Monday announced that Lt Gen Shavendra...
Why LTTE is dreaded even after its eclipse
A representative of the transnational government of Tamil Eelam (TGTE) met in Chennai to announce ...
Government extends ban on LTTE for five more years: Home Ministry
The notification stated that the LTTE's continued violent and disruptive activities are prejudicial to the integrity and sovereignty of India.
Did Saudi Arabia have inkling about Lanka blasts?
A leaked diplomatic cable by the Saudi Arabian foreign ministry suggested Riyadh knew more than they were letting on about the Easter blasts.
Lanka suicide bombers visited Kashmir, Kerala for 'some sorts of training': Sri Lanka Army chief
It is the first time that a top Sri Lankan security official has confirmed the militants' visit to India which had shared intelligence inputs with Colombo ahead of the attack.
87 bomb detonators found at bus station in Colombo: Police
The police initially found 12 bomb detonators scattered on the ground. A further search revealed 75 more, a police statement said.
Trump goofs up again! tweets 138 million people dead in Sri Lankan blasts
The near-simultaneous attacks on Easter Sunday at three churches and as many luxury hotels frequented by foreigners killed more than 160 people.
Fear looms: Easter day terror puts the clock back by a decade
It may take a lot of courage for the Sri Lankan government now to accept that the Easter Day blasts might have brought back those fading memories of the LTTE era returning lock, stock and barrel.
India and China nervous spectators in Sri Lanka crisis
It is the second time in barely a month that the Indian Ocean has become a battleground between the powers, after the Maldives' hotly disputed presidential election saw the eviction of a pro-Chinese leader.
Hope democratic values would be respected: India on political turmoil in Sri Lanka
Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena suspended Parliament on Saturday, a day after sacking Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe and naming Mahinda Rajapaksa as the new prime minister.
LTTE planned to attack Colombo targets with plane from Chennai: Sri Lankan President
Maithripala Sirisena said it was a well-guarded secret that all senior leaders were out of the country fearing an LTTE air raid.
Make public all remission orders of life convicts: CIC on Rajiv Gandhi assassin's plea
Perarivalan, whose application for remission of sentence was earlier rejected by the Centre, approached the Commission challenging the reply.
What it was like to work with Karunanidhi
A former member of parliament and lawyer remembers the life and times of Dravidian icon M Karunanidhi.
Indian tourists to Lanka may be exempted from visa soon
Following recommendations from the task force, this proposal may be implemented in the off season months of October to November and March to April, the minister said.
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