Commonwealth leaders set to discuss less developed member
Commonwealth leaders are set to discuss the
future prospects of growth and inclusive development, focusing more
on less developed members, when they meet in Colombo from November
15 to 17.
Bold statements of the past received overwhelming
When Mahinda Chinthana reverberated at the UN...
President Mahinda Rajapaksa will participate in
the 68th Sessions of the United Nations General Assembly which
starts in New York on Tuesday. A special group of representatives
including the Minister of External Affairs Professor G.L. Peiris and
Sri Lanka’s Permanent Representative to the UN Dr. Palitha Kohona
will also attend the Sessions.
PC elections ushers in new era - Navi Pillay
The Human Rights High Commissioner will make an
oral submission on the outcome of her visit to Sri Lanka during the
on-going sessions of the HRC on September 25. A detailed written
report is to be tabled in March. The High Commissioner also said
from the very beginning,