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India sends drugs, medical supplies to crisis-hit Sri Lanka

Colombo: Acting High Commissioner Vinod K. Jacob handed over a consignment of drugs and other medical supplies donated by Government of India to Minister of Health Keheliya Rambukwella in Colombo on Friday.

Namal Rajapaksa thanks India for supplying aid, essential commodities to Sri Lanka

Colombo:   Former Sri Lankan cabinet Minister Namal Rajapaksa has thanked India for the aid and essential commodities sent to Sri Lanka at the time of crisis.

Indian govt sends 40,000 metric tonnes of diesel to crisis-hit Sri Lanka

Colombo: The Indian government sent 40,000 metric tonnes of diesel to Sri Lanka under the credit line facility at a time when the nation is battling the worst economic crisis.

'India looks lot like Sri Lanka,' says Rahul Gandhi sharing graphs on economy

New Delhi/IBNS: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday compared India to crisis-hit Sri Lanka in a tweet slamming the government over the economy as he shared graphs on unemployment, fuel prices and communal violence between the two countries.

Sri Lanka: Island Aflame

The political crisis started in the Island nation on October 26, 2018, by President Sirisena abruptly ousting Prime Minister Wickremesinghe and replacing him with Rajapaksa, is expected to continue for quite some time… Sri Lanka: Fueling Uncertainty, November 12, 2018.

Indian govt to send 65,000 MT of urea to Sri Lanka

Colombo: India has pledged to supply 65,000 metric tons (MT) of urea fertiliser to Sri Lanka, for the current harvesting season under the existing $1 billion Indian line of credit.

India to supply 65,000 metric tons of urea to Sri Lanka as economic crisis worsens

New Delhi: India will send 65,000 metric tons of urea to support Sri Lanka amid its worsening economic crisis, partially attributed to its steep fall in agricultural output after the Rajapaksa government's sudden decision to switch to organic farming, early last year, went catastrophically wrong.

Not sending troops to crisis-hit Sri Lanka, says India rejecting speculations

Colombo/New Delhi/UNI: India Wednesday "categorically" denied speculative reports in sections of media and social media in Sri Lanka about sending her troops to the island nation, which is engulfed in political turbulence.

We are fully supportive of Sri Lanka's democracy, stability, economic recovery: MEA

New Delhi: Amid the political turbulence in southern neighbour Sri Lanka, India on Tuesday said that it is “fully supportive of its democracy, stability and economic recovery” and that New Delhi “will always be guided by the best interests of the people of Sri Lanka expressed through democratic processes”.

China trapped Sri Lanka into Debt

After having entrapped Sri Lanka into a situation of debt, China is today offering more loans and aid, as so-called grants to the island nation.

India hands over large consignment of essential medicines to Sri Lanka

New Delhi: India has handed over a large consignment of drugs and other medical supplies to Sri Lanka, which is facing a severe shortage of essential drugs amid an economic downturn.

India extends duration of currency swap facility of $400 million for Sri Lanka

Colombo: India has extended the duration of the USD 400 million currency swap facility, which had ended in January, for Sri Lanka amid its worst economic crisis.

IMF commends steps taken by Sri Lanka

Colombo/UNI/Xinhua: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has commended the steps already taken by Sri Lanka to stabilise its economy, the Finance Ministry said in a press release Tuesday.

Sri Lanka seeks diesel from India to prevent power cuts during New Year

Colombo: Sri Lanka's power regulator has written a letter to India, seeking diesel shipment to avoid power cuts in the island country during the upcoming traditional New Year.

Sanath Jayasuriya thanks 'big brother' India for helping Sri Lanka in crisis

Colombo/IBNS: Sri Lankan cricket legend Sanath Jayasuriya thanked India calling it "big brother" for helping his country which is battling the worst economic crisis.