Full Coverage - What after LTTE?
PM Manmohan Singh has assured Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa of all support for resettlement of the Tamil civilians.
Wednesday , 17 June '09The remnants of the LTTE plan to reorganise and pursue the goal of a separate Tamil state from abroad, with the rebels' international relations chief Selvaras Pathmanathan taking the lead.
Saturday , 13 June '09Tamil civilians displaced due to the war with the LTTE will soon be resettled in their places after the landmines recovered by the army were cleared.
Thursday , 11 June '09Vellupillai Prabhakaran did not carry a cyanide capsule when he was killed by the Sri Lankan troops in the last phase of the 30-year-old bloody civil war.
Tuesday , 9 June '09Sri Lankan Tamils are unhappy with India's stand on Sri Lankan military action against the, Sri Lankan journalists of Tamilian origin said.
Saturday , 6 June '09Sri Lanka Foreign Minister Rohitha Bogollagama strongly rejected allegations of war-crimes by its forces during fighting with the Tamil Tigers.
Thursday , 4 June '09Two prominent media associations of South Asia expressed shock at the kidnapping and beating of a prominent Sri Lankan journalist.
Wednesday , 3 June '09India is weighing various options including deputing a Special Envoy to understand the humanitarian crisis confronting Tamils in Sri Lanka.
Wednesday , 3 June '09President Mahinda Rajapaksa told his troops that it was now time to win over the hearts of the minority Tamils who should be able to live without 'fear and mistrust'.
Tuesday , 2 June '09Sri Lankan Govt said that it was 'fast progressing' with the rehabilitation efforts for the displaced people in the north.
Saturday , 30 May '09Sri Lanka's main opposition party has asked government to initiate steps to 'defeat politically' the 'Eelam' ideology after the 'victory' over LTTE.
Friday , 29 May '09Over 20,000 trapped Tamil civilians were killed as the Sri Lankan Army launched its final assault to end the country's nearly decades old civil war with LTTE, a media report said.
Thursday , 28 May '09Pak supplied the main battle tank, its fighter pilots flying air strike mission on LTTE bases and positioning of some of its highly trained army officers played a key role in the Sri Lankan forces rout of Tamil Tigers, media said.
Tuesday , 26 May '09The slain LTTE chief's wife, daughter and his top commander Pottu Amman have died in the conflict, the Tigers' international spokesman S Pathmanathan has told Prabhakaran's former ally Karuna Amman.
Saturday , 23 May '09Lankan army chief Gen Sarath Fonseka also added that LTTE supremo Prabhakaran's body has been cremated by Sri Lankan security forces.
Friday , 22 May '09With the defeat of Tamil Tigers, the Sri Lankans say they no longer live in terror of the next blast – a welcome change after more than two decades of suicide attacks by the rebels.
Wednesday , 20 May '09Vinayagamoorthi Muralitharan alias Karuna and Daya Master flew into Sri Lanka's northern war zone and 'positively identified' the body of the slain LTTE supremo.
Wednesday , 20 May '09NSA M K Narayanan and Forign Secy Shivshankar Menon will convey India's concerns on the plight of Tamils.
Tuesday , 19 May '09Sri Lankan army recovered the body of slain Tamil Tiger supremo Velupillai Prabhakaran and splashed its images on the national television.
Monday , 18 May '09Sri Lankan special forces recovered bodies of three top LTTE leaders and believes that LTTE chief Velupillai Prabhakaran's elder son Charles Anthony is also dead.
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