Lankapage Logo Recent Top Stories
CP 14 YEARS
Go Home Home Serving the Sri Lankan community globally since 2000
go to LankaPage.com

Leading News from Sri Lanka::

* Sri Lanka External Affairs Minister leaves for India
Mon, Jan 21, 2013, 08:26 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Jan 21, Colombo: Sri Lanka's Minister of External Affairs Professor G.L. Peiris left for New Delhi today on a two day official visit to participate in the 8th Session of the India-Sri Lanka Joint Commission.

Minister Peiris co-chairs the Joint Commission with his Indian counterpart Salman Khurshid.

Indian and Sri Lankan delegations led by the two Ministers will meet on January 22 to review the status of Indian projects currently undergoing in Sri Lanka and to hold talks on trade, economic and investment relations between the two countries.

The Joint Commission is a structured mechanism that discusses all areas of bilateral relevance for cooperation between India and Sri Lanka including trade, services and investment, development cooperation, science and technology, and culture and education.

** Related Story :: India-Sri Lanka Joint Commission to meet next week in New Delhi



ColomboPage - Recent 10 Stories
Maternal deaths in Sri Lanka's Northern Province reduced dramatically
-- [2 minutes ago]
International experts advising Sri Lanka's Missing Persons Commission to arrive next week
-- [1 hour and 0 minutes ago]
Sri Lankan government reduces taxes on imported grains and lentils
-- [1 hour and 45 minutes ago]
British authorities arrest Sri Lankan couple for visa application fraud
-- [7 hours ago]
Sri Lankan government to amend Tea Act to impose hefty fines on unscrupulous tea traders
-- [7 hours ago]
Supplementary medical staff of Sri Lanka government hospitals to strike from August 08
-- [7 hours ago]
Australia to transfer Sri Lankan asylum seekers from boat to detention center in mainland
Momentum building up in Sri Lanka for abolition of executive presidency
Tamil Nadu CM urges Indian PM to give visa to UN team probing Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka condemns loss of civilian lives in Gaza

Copyright © 2000, 2012 by LankaPage.com (LLC) :
The news and other contents on ColomboPage are copyrighted property of LankaPage.com, LLC. Any unauthorized use of any information on ColomboPage may constitute a violation of copyright laws. You need written permission to reproduce, republish, post, transmit, broadcast or distribute, material from this site from LankaPage.com, LLC. However, news organizations or broadcasters in Sri Lanka may republish the news items in ColomboPage with proper acknowledgment to ColomboPage.