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Human rights groups in Sri Lanka are accusing the country’s Police of continuous and unrelenting acts of harassment against activists and politicians from minority communities. The most recent incident they say is the summoning of a Tamil politician in the Eastern province by the special police crime unit without the provision of a valid reason.

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In keeping with the traditional practice in Sri Lanka of holding religious ceremonies to mark the passage of three months of a person’s passing, the "Samaraweera Foundation" has made the following arrangements to honour and remember former minister Mangala Samaraweera.

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Acknowledging that climate change is a global issue and one which threatens the progress and development of Sri Lanka, The United National Party (UNP) has welcomed the pledges taken by the world leaders at the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as 'COP26' held in Glasgow, Scotland.

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With the paddy cultivation in the Maha season already underway and the government struggling to address the severe shortage in fertilisers and agrochemicals under President Gotabaya Rajapaksa's organic farming only policy, farmers across the island are now releasing their frustrations through protest campaigns.