Sri Lanka's police on Wednesday named nine people who staged Easter Sunday suicide bombings that killed 253 people, and said the attackers' assets will be confiscated in line with anti-terror laws.
Eighteen people were injured in Sri Lanka when two elephants ran amok at a religious festival, police said.
Colombo: Lahiru Thirimanne and Dasun Shanaka were named Sri Lanka’s one-day international and Twenty20 international captains respectively for the upcoming tour of Pakistan
Australia’s military intercepted a Sri Lankan boat carrying 13 asylum-seekers last month, Minister for Home Affairs Peter Dutton said on Monday, as Canberra sought to defend
Lahore: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has made it clear it will not shift the upcoming home series against Sri Lanka, scheduled to be held later this month, to a neutral venue.
Islamic clerics in Sri Lanka are asking Muslim women to continue to avoid wearing face veils until the government clarifies whether they can wear them again now
Kandy: Lasith Malinga claimed four wickets in four balls for the second time in his career to lead Sri Lanka to a 37-run consolation win over New Zealand in the third Twenty20
Video on Derana Television of Saturday night's pageant in Kotte, near Colombo, showed an elephant in a procession suddenly running forward.
Growing incidents of religious-based violence in the North Western Province of Sri Lanka are a matter of serious concern and the authorities should see to it that hate attacks directed towards the country’s Muslim minority never happen again. It is true that Sri Lanka’s police have arrested several suspects
It will be the second weekend that Catholics in Sri Lanka will go without Sunday services. But while the government continues to investigate the Easter serial bombings, vigilance also needs to be spruced up across the region (“Mass cancelled over ‘fresh attack fears” May 3, Gulf Today).