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PhonePe launches UPI services in Sri Lanka in collaboration with LankaPay, Indians can pay using UPI at LankaQR merchant points

India's fintech company PhonePe Unified Payments Interface (UPI) has been launched in Sri Lanka.

3 Sri Lankan convicts in Rajiv Gandhi assassination case leave India, were staying in special camp after release from jail

Muguran, Robert and Jayakumar - all the three Sri Lankan nationals were staying in the Trichy refugee camp.

Nehru saw the Island as a nuisance…Indira Gandhi saw it as a ‘little rock’: EAM S Jaishankar hits out at Congress over Katchatheevu Island...

EAM S JAishankar highlighted the indifference shown by past Prime Ministers, particularly Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi, towards the strategic significance of the Katchatheevu Island

‘This has angered every Indian’: PM Narendra Modi says after RTI reply reveals Congress gave Katchatheevu island to Sri Lanka

The Katchatheevu Island, nestled within the confines of the India-Sri Lanka border near Rameswaram, has evolved into a contentious focal point, giving rise to a burgeoning call for its repossession.

McDonald’s shuts its stores in Sri Lanka, terminates agreement with local franchisee over poor hygiene case

Notices were spotted outside McDonald's outlets in Sri Lanka on Sunday, stating they were "closed".

UPI to be launched in Sri Lanka and Mauritius by PM Modi, president Wickremesinghe and PM Jugnauth, RuPay card too be inaugurated in Mauritius

PM Modi, Sri Lankan President and PM of Mauritius will witness the launch of Unified Payment Interface (UPI) in Sri Lanka and Mauritius, as well as RuPay card services in Mauritius.

“Next time you want to take holiday, go to Sri Lanka”: Sri Lankan leaders thank EAM S Jaishankar for promoting Sri Lankan tourism

Multiple credit lines and currency support from India under its "Neighbourhood First" policy began to help Sri Lanka gather stability in is path to economic recovery.

BJP to celebrate 200 Years of ‘Indian Origin Tamils in Sri Lanka’, releases commemorative stamp

Tamils in Sri Lanka were taken by British rulers in 1823 as workers for plantation industry and commercial agriculture.

Hindenburg’s allegations ‘irrelevant’: US govt says on $553 million loan to Adani group for Sri Lanka port project

The US official confirmed that the DFC was satisfied with its due diligence as it found no relevance in Hindenburg's allegations of Adani pulling off supposed corporate malpractices.

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