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Vietnamese President to visit Sri Lanka

Vietnamese President Truong Tan Sang is scheduled to visit Sri Lanka today evening hours. The visit will be made upon an invitation extended by the Sri Lanka President and the Vietnamese President will be accompanied by some high level delegation.

Australian government and its opposition jointly had voted against the motion by Australian “Greens” to boycott Sri Lanka at the Commonwealth games.

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The Korean government has decided to conduct the 2012 Korean Government Scholarship Program for Undergraduate Students for the further promotion of international exchange in education and mutual friendship between and other countries. Up to three(3) Sri Lanka students could be selected to participate in the Program.

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President Mahinda Rajapaksa has expressed his condolences to the victims and condemned the New Delhi terror attack occurred yesterday (7th September) outside the New Delhi High Court.

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This additional funding will enable local and international demining agencies to continue accelerated mine surveys, clearance and mine risk education in the Northern and Eastern Provinces.

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Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and leader of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) said in Chennai the LTTE’s decision to boycott the 2005 Presidential election was a “hasty” decision which did not pay attention to “strategy” which ultimately led to its military defeat.

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Pakistan’s second largest cement maker D.G.Khan Cement Ltd. is planning to invest 10 billion Pakistan Rupees in starting a cement manufacturing plant in collaboration with the Sri Lanka government, the company said.

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Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa has arrived on a three day state visit to Nepal on the invitation of the Nepali President Dr. Ram Baran Yadav Monday morning.

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Malaysian authorities have tightened their security to prevent any attempt of LTTE chief Prabhakaran entering their country.

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After meeting Indian Foreign Secretary Shiv Shanker Memnon Foreign Minister Rohitha Bogollagama in Kandy said India will not interfere with the present war conducted in Sri Lanka to eliminate terrorism from the island nation.

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