Sri Lanka Attacks
Public Security Minister of Sri Lanka Sarath Weerasekara signed an order that sought Cabinet approval to ban Burqa
Indian High commission was a potential target in Easter Sunday attack: Sri Lankan Parliament committee report
On April 21, Easter Sunday, the terrorist group NTJ had targeted Easter worshipers in Churches and high-end hotels in Sri Lanka hosting international guests with coordinated suicide blasts.
Prime Minister Modi pays tribute to Easter Sunday terror attack victims at St. Anthony’s Church during his Sri Lanka visit
PM Modi was given a ceremonial welcome by the Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe after he arrived in Sri Lanka today.
Sri Lankan parliamentarian and Buddhist monk Athuraliye Rathana was on a hunger strike demanding the sacking of the two governors and a minister who have alleged links to Easter bombings.
The Karni Sena has threatened Javed Akhtar for his remarks equating Ghoonghat with Burqa.
All terrorists involved in the Easter Sunday blasts either killed or arrested: Sri Lankan security forces assure their people
The chiefs of armed forces and police claimed that all Islamic terrorists involved to Easter Sunday bombings have either been killed or arrested.
Sri Lankan suicide bomber’s wife was a devout Hindu who was converted and radicalised, reveals a report by Tamil media
Pulasthini was born in a middle-class Hindu family in Sri Lanka and was allegedly abducted, converted to Islam and radicalised by Islamists groups
Sri Lanka's army chief has stated that some of the Easter Sunday suicide bombers had visited India earlier.
Reuters photojournalist Siddiqui Ahamad Danish arrested by Sri Lankan police for forcibly entering school premises
Pulitzer winner Reuters Chief Photographer in India arrested by Sri Lankan police for unauthorised entry into a school
Here is how Indian ‘liberal’ propaganda over ‘intolerance’ might have caused 100s of deaths in Sri Lanka
Hundreds of innocents have lost their lives in bombings in Sri Lanka. And the global slander campaign against India could have led Sri Lankan officials to view Indian intelligence reports with suspicion.
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