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Record breaking Rohit’s knock enough to beat Sri Lanka


Rohit Sharma established a new World Record for the highest individual ODI score. Rohit Sharma created history by hitting the highest individual ODI score with an incredible knock of 264 to set the...

UN Condemns Australia over ‘Inhuman’ treatment of asylum seekers


Australia has been admonished by the United Nations Committee Against Torture over its treatment of asylum seekers in Pacific island detention centers, where the panel said conditions amounted to...

Modi arrives at Myanmar for ASEAN, East Asia summits


Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived at Nay Pyi Taw in the Myanmarese capital on Tuesday to attend the ASEAN and the East Asia summits on the first leg of his three-nation tour that will also...

Suicide bomber kills 48 students in Nigeria


A suicide bomber disguised in school uniform detonated explosives at a high school assembly in the northeast Nigerian city of Potiskum on Monday, killing at least 48 students, according to survivors...

K.G.Kannabiran Memorial Lecture by C.V.Wigneswaran. Organised by PUCL


US-led airstrikes hit IS militant leaders in Iraq


The fate of the Islamic State group’s enigmatic leader remained unclear on Sunday after the US-led coalition unleashed airstrikes near the Iraqi city of Mosul targeting top jihadist militants....

India successfully test-fires nuclear-capable Agni-II missile


India on Sunday successfully test-fired its medium-range nuclear-capable Agni-II missile with a strike range of more than 2000 km from the Wheeler Island off Odisha coast as part of a user trial by...

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Central alert over possible terror attack at Kolkata Port

Security forces in Kolkata are on high alert following a central intelligence warning that the city’s port may be the target of an attack by militants posing as fishermen, home ministry officials...

Former Indian PM Manmohan Singh receives Japan’s top national award


Former Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was conferred one of Japan’s top national awards for his “significant contribution to the enhancement of relations and promotion of friendship”...

Award winning Journalist Tissainayagam’s speech at the International Conference on Media’s Role for Democratisation in the Post-War Sri Lanka in the Age of the ‘ War on Terrorism’ at West London University Lecture Theatre on 11 October 2014 organised by International Association of Tamil Journalists (IATAJ).


Dr. Paikiyasothy Saravanamuttu’s speech at International Conference on Media’s Role for Democratisation in the Post-War Sri Lanka in the Age of the ‘ War on Terrorism’ at West London University Lecture Theatre on 11 October 2014 organised by International Association of Tamil Journalists (IATAJ).

Dr.Pakiasothy Saravanamuttu's speech at the International conference on Media in post war Sri Lanka: supporting democratisation in the era of the ‘War on Terrorism” at the West London University

Pakistan blast ‘kills 45’ at Wagah border with India


At least 45 people have been killed and more than 70 injured in a suspected suicide bombing at a Pakistan-India border town near the city of Lahore. A senior security official in Punjab province said...

India register 169-run win over Sri Lanka in 1st ODI


India registered a comprehensive win over Sri Lanka in the first One-Day International (ODI) of the five-match series to take a 1-0 lead at the Barabati Stadium in Cuttack on Sunday. It was an...

Pilot Dead as Virgin Spaceship Crashes in US Desert


Virgin Galactic’s pioneering spacecraft designed to take tourists into space has crashed in California, killing one of the two pilots and scattering debris across the desert. Television images...

Iraqi Kurds reinforce Kobani; US planes pound IS targets


Syrian Kurds welcomed the arrival in Kobani of Iraqi Kurdish fighters with their heavy weapons, hoping they might tip the balance in the battle to defend the town against Islamic State — also known...

Boycott Sri Lanka campaign gains momentum in Australia

Sri Lanka Mudslide: Tragic Stories Emerge

Italy: end of ongoing sea rescue mission ‘puts thousands at risk’

Europe has been warned it faces the risk of far greater loss of life in the Mediterranean, after Italy formally ended its year-long mission to rescue stricken migrants and doubts persisted about a...

TNCC heading for a split


Toughening his stance against the Congress high command, former Union Shipping Minister G K Vasan on Saturday gave ample indications of breaking away from the party and reviving the erstwhile Tamil...

Time ripe for Rahul to take charge: Digvijay


Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh on Saturday stirred a controversy by saying that time has come for Rahul Gandhi to take charge of the party from his mother Sonia Gandhi, a statement that...

ISIS onslaught continues, militants kill 85 members of Iraqi tribe


Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL, executed 85 more members of the Albu Nimr tribe in Iraq in a mass killing campaign launched last week to break their resistance to the group’s...

Modi may take up fishermen issue with Rajapaksa


With India stepping up efforts to prove the innocence of the five Indian fishermen sentenced to death for drug trafficking by the Colombo High Court, sources told The Hindu that New Delhi was hopeful...