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‘Some kids got angry’: Pakistan Defence Minister finds excuses for the lynching of Sri Lankan man over ‘blasphemy’ allegations

"They got angry and killed him. This doesn't mean that the (social fabric) of the society has broken," the Pakistani Defence Minister said.

Pakistan: 900 workers of garment factory booked over the mob lynching of Sri Lankan manager in Sialkot, 235 arrested

Sialkot police registered FIR against 900 workers of Rajco Industries & arrested 235 for brutal murder of Sri Lankan manager Priyantha Kumara

Sialkot lynching case: Eyewitness recounts that Sri Lankan national was tortured, had not committed blasphemy

A day after a Sri Lankan manager named Priyantha Kumara was lynched to death by an Islamist mob in Sialkot in Pakistan

Indian Air Force delivers Nano Nitrogen fertilizer to Sri Lanka after the latter found contamination in Chinese fertilizers

The Indian Air Force has lifted 100,000 kilograms of Nano Nitrogen fertilizer to Sri Lanka after the Government of Sri Lanka requested the same.

Diplomatic row between China and Sri Lanka escalates as Colombo rejects Chinese shipment of contaminated fertilisers

Sri Lanka had recently rejected a batch of fertilisers sent from China saying the shipment was contaminated with microbes

Sri Lanka govt sends Shila from Ashok Vatika for Ram Mandir in Ayodhya, envoys, ministers perform Puja

In a Tweet, the Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir Trust shared that the envoys and the Sri Lankan ministers also participated in Puja and performed Aarti of Shri Ram Lalla at the Janmabhoomi site.

Uttar Pradesh: PM Modi inaugurates Kushinagar airport, delegation of monks from Sri Lanka brings Buddha’s relics for the ceremony

Kushinagar airport is the 9th airport in Uttar Pradesh and is expected to boost tourism as it is an important place for Buddhists.

China’s debt-trap diplomacy? BRI participant countries owe over 385 billion USD to China in hidden debt, study reveals

China has been using "debt-trap diplomacy" to wield outsize influence on borrowing countries and coerce them into coughing up physical and illegal assets.

How ‘activism’ by Church groups and global ‘liberal’ organizations has left Sri Lanka starving

Our neighbour Sri Lanka is in crisis. Stocks of basic food items, such as rice and sugar, are running dangerously low. This has led to skyrocketing prices of essential commodities and of course, hoarding.

Sri Lankan Navy seizes 336 kg of heroin from a trawler, 7 Pakistani nationals apprehended: Details

The Sri Lankan Navy seized 336 kilogram of heroin from a trawler in an operation in Male and brought the haul back to Colombo

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