SL Navy arrests six Indian fishermen from TN

Chennai, Feb 20 (BPNS) In recurring incidents of Indian fishermen from Tamil Nadu being captured by the Sri Lankan army, six more were captured on Saturday night for crossing the International Maritime Boundary Line (IMBL). They were arrested near the Kovilan lighthouse, Jaffna. The boat was also seized. According to information from the Sri Lankan […]

It is Civil war in Pakistan, Baloch leader

Thiruvananthapuram, Feb 14 (IANS) Chairperson of Baloch’s People’s Congress and a leading light in the Balochistan resistance movement, Prof Naela Quadri Baloch has said that Pakistan is facing a worst Civil war and that the Pakistani army had lost more than 190 of its soldiers after an ambush by the Balochistan resistance forces. Naela Quadri […]

Four TN Fishermen brutally assaulted and robbed by Sri Lankan’s

Chennai , Jan 26 (BPNS) In an attack by a group of Sri Lankan assailants, four Indian fishermen from Tamil Nadu were injured grievously on Tuesday evening. The fishermen from Nagapattinam Ariyanaatutheru fishing hamlet were fishing in a motorboat at about 15 km from Kodiyakarai (Point Calimere) when they were attacked by unidentified assailants. The […]

Balochistan share in Reko Diq project increased, says CM

GWADAR: Balochistan Chief Minister Mir Abdul Qudoos Bizenjo has claimed that the share of Balochistan in the new agreement for the Reko Diq Copper-Cum- Gold Project has been increased. Speaking to reporters here on Friday, he said in the previous agreement the Balochistan share in the Reko Diq project was just 2 per cent. In […]

Stalin calls for unity among Tamil diaspora abroad

Chennai, Jan 12 (BPNS) Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, M.K. Stalin on Wednesday called upon unity among the vibrant global Tamil diaspora and urged them to overlook divisions among them. He said that the Tamil diaspora should consider the Tamil Nadu government as their government. Stalin was addressing the Tamil diaspora during the World Tamil Diaspora […]

Sri Lanka launches luxury train service with India’s assistance

Colombo, Jan 10  Sri Lanka has launched a luxury train service connecting the country’s Tamil-dominated Jaffna district to the capital city Colombo with the help of a Line of Credit offered by India, in another significant landmark in bilateral ties. The intercity rail service with all facilities was launched on Sunday for passengers travelling from […]