Need Serious Dialogues For Repatriation Of Sri Lankan Refugees: Sri Lanka Envoy

Austin Fernando said he has planned to “meet the refugees” in Tamil Nadu to hold consultations.

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Sri Lanka is seeking “serious dialogues” with India for repatriation of Lankan refugees living in Tamil Nadu, its envoy on Friday said while asserting that his country wants them to be resettled back home with provision of housing and livelihood.

A large number of Lankan refugees continue to live in Tamil Nadu over 30 years after the outbreak of civil war had caused them to flee the country.

Interacting with reporters at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of South Asia (FCC), High Commissioner of Sri Lanka to India, Austin Fernando, said he has planned to “meet the refugees” in Tamil Nadu and other people to hold consultations.

However, he did not specify any time frame.

“What we know is that about 100,000 of them (refugees) are there in south India. And, nearly 20 to 30 per cent do not want to return to Lanka and stay back,” said Mr Fernando, who took charge as the envoy last November.

He said this issue will take time to resolve and has to be done in planned manner, but for the refugee problem to be successfully settled “we need to assure them that they will be looked after once they return”.

“Sri Lanka needs to give them feeling that they will have food, shelter, education for their children and means for livelihood when they go back. We have to work on that. We have to ensure that they are safe when they are back,” he said, adding, “there are a few logistical issues”.

“There are these basic issues like whether they will go by ferry or ships, that have to be worked out,” Mr Fernando said.

“India has been hosting Lankan refugees for the past 20-25 years… And, we are working on the (repatriation) issue, but we need serious dialogues on the matter,” he said, “we seek help from all quarters”.

The High Commissioner, without naming any party, alleged that there are at times political reasons behind the delay in the repatriation. “In India, there is also some sort of an organised attempt or an attempt by some people to have noise around this issue,” he said.

More than 3,000 Sri Lankan refugees, who were staying in India, had left for their home country since 2015, the Tamil Nadu government had said last July.

The refugees had been repatriated with the assistance of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, it said.

Over 3.04 lakh Sri Lankan Tamil refugees had come to Tamil Nadu following the ethnic violence in the island republic in 1984, a policy note of the Public Department, a portfolio held by Chief Minister K Palaniswami, tabled in the state Assembly had said.

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China “Expanding Access” To Strategic Ports In Pak, Sri Lanka: Pentagon

China is currently building its first domestically-designed aircraft carrier. (Representational)


China is expanding its access to strategic foreign ports like Pakistan’s Gwadar and Sri Lanka’s Hambantota to pre-position the logistic framework necessary to support the growing presence of its military in the Indian Ocean and beyond, the Pentagon has said.

The People’s Liberation Army’s efforts to obtain access to commercial ports in Africa, the Middle-East and South Asia would align with its future overseas logistic needs and meet its evolving naval requirements, said the Congressionally-mandated report on the increasing Chinese military power which was released by the US Department of Defence on Tuesday.

China in 2015 announced its intention to build military facilities in Djibouti, citing reasons “to help the Navy and Army further participate in UN peacekeeping operations, carry out escort missions in the waters near Somalia and the Gulf of Aden and provide humanitarian assistance”.

“China is expanding its access to foreign ports, such as in Gwadar, Pakistan, to pre-position the logistic framework necessary to support the PLA’s growing presence abroad, including normalising and sustaining deployments into and beyond the Indian Ocean,” the Pentagon said.

The People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) is likely to use commercial ports and civilian ships to support its international and domestic logistic operations, resupply, replenishment and maintenance, it said.

China’s territorial claims in the resource-rich South China Sea are driving major logistic developments in the Spratly and Paracel Islands.

The reclaimed territory in the South China Sea by China is equipped with harbours and berthing areas that are capable of accommodating large naval ships, increasing the PLAN’s ability to exercise control of critical SLOCs, it said.

According to the report, China’s military strategy reflects its drive to establish a coherent, unified approach to managing national security in a world where Beijing perceives that China’s expanding interests have made it more vulnerable at home and abroad.

While it calls for a peer-to-peer cooperative relationship with the United States, Beijing also believes that the presence of the US military and the US-led security architecture in Asia seeks to constrain China’s rise and interfere with its sovereignty, particularly in a Taiwan conflict scenario and in the East and South China Seas.

“Since at least the 1990’s, Beijing has repeatedly communicated its preference to move away from the US-led regional security system and has pursued its own regional security initiatives in support of what it views as a natural transition to regional predominance,” the Pentagon said.

Authoritative Chinese documents, the report said, highlight the Korean Peninsula as an area of instability and uncertainty, and express concern regarding unsettled territorial disputes along China’s border with India, which periodically result in tense standoffs like the one that occurred in the summer of 2017 in the disputed Doklam region.

Observing that China’s maritime emphasis and concern with protecting its overseas interests have increasingly drawn the PLA beyond the country’s borders and immediate periphery, the report said the evolving focus of the PLA Navy – from “offshore waters defense” to a mix of offshore waters defense and “open-seas protection” – reflects China’s desire for a wider operational reach.

“Since 2009, the PLA has incrementally expanded its global operations beyond the previously limited port calls and UN peacekeeping missions. The PLAN has expanded the scope and frequency of extended-range naval deployments, military exercises, and engagements,” it said.

The establishment in Djibouti of the PLA’s first overseas military base with a deployed company of Marines and equipment, and probable follow-on bases at other locations, signals a turning point in the expansion of PLA operations in the Indian Ocean region and beyond, the Pentagon said.

These bases, and other improvements to the PLA’s ability to project power during the next decade, will increase China’s ability to deter by military force and sustain operations abroad, the report said.

Noting that China is currently building its first domestically-designed and -produced aircraft carrier, the Pentagon said the primary purpose of this vessel will be to serve a regional defense mission.

“Beijing probably also will use the carrier to project power throughout the South China Sea and possibly into the Indian Ocean,” it said.

The carrier conducted initial sea trials in May 2018 and is expected to enter into service by 2019.

China’s efforts to enhance its presence abroad, such as establishing its first foreign military base in Djibouti and boosting economic connectivity by reinvigorating the New Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st Century Maritime Road under the “Belt and Road Initiative” (BRI), could enable the PLA to project power at even greater distances from the Chinese mainland, it said.

“In 2017, Chinese leaders said that the BRI, which at first included economic initiatives in Asia, South Asia, Africa, and Europe, now encompasses all regions of the world, including the Arctic and Latin America, demonstrating the scope of Beijing”s ambition,” the Pentagon said.

Sri Lanka has handed over the control of the southern sea port of Hambantota to China on a 99-year lease, triggering concern over Beijing’s efforts to expand influence in the region. 

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Sri Lanka Asks International Monetary Fund To Revive Suspended $1.5-Billion Bailout

The International Monetary Fund has been urging Colombo to ensure economic reforms. (Reuters)


Sri Lanka has appealed to the International Monetary Fund to revive a $1.5-billion bailout suspended during the island nation’s political crisis late last year, the finance ministry said Wednesday.

In October, President Maithripala Sirisena sparked weeks of high political drama, even featuring brawls in parliament, by sacking Ranil Wickremesinghe as prime minister and dissolving the legislature.

Courts and the parliament subsequently held that the president’s actions were unconstitutional and restored the status quo after more than seven weeks of upheaval that alarmed the international community.

The crisis prompted three international credit rating agencies to downgrade Sri Lanka and the IMF to suspend its bailout programme — that began in 2016 — just as it was about to disburse another instalment.

Sri Lanka’s finance ministry said in a statement the request to revive the bailout was made during talks between Finance Minister Mangala Samaraweera and IMF chief Christine Lagarde in Washington on Tuesday.

A Sri Lankan delegation made the request “with a view to stabilising the economy” after the country’s political “disruptions”, it said.

Meanwhile, the IMF said it would send a team to Colombo next month to discuss resuming assistance.

“We discussed the challenging economic environment and the policy priorities for the country,” it said in a statement quoting Lagarde.

“The IMF remains ready to support the Sri Lankan authorities in these endeavours and an IMF team is scheduled to visit Colombo in mid-February to resume program discussions.”

Wickremesinghe told parliament last week that his shock dismissal on October 26 was a “coup” and a “death blow” to the economy. Sri Lanka will have to repay a record $5.9 billion this calendar year, he added.

The Washington-based fund has been urging Colombo — which is emerging from a balance of payments crisis — to conserve its foreign exchange reserves and ensure economic reforms.

Last year, the IMF warned that Sri Lanka was vulnerable to shocks from at home and abroad and stressed that restructuring the island’s loss-making national airline and reforming its energy sector were vital.

One of the biggest drags on the country’s balance sheet is national carrier Sri Lankan, which has accumulated losses and debts of over $2 billion and is a huge burden on taxpayers.

The government has failed to privatise the airline, but the president last week appointed another committee to restructure the loss-making carrier.

Sri Lanka hopes to raise $1 billion from the international debt market, another $500 million from China and Japan and a further $400 million from India.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)

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Gold Worth Rs 6.8 Crore Smuggled Into India From Dubai, Sri Lanka Seized

Investigation revealed that the seized gold was smuggled from Dubai to Chennai (Representational)


The Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) has arrested four people for allegedly trying to smuggle gold valuing about Rs 6.88 crore into the country from Dubai and Sri Lanka, according to an official statement issued today.

All the four accused — the kingpin, his aide and close relative, and two carriers — have been remanded in judicial custody, it said.

Acting on inputs, the DRI officials on Tuesday seized 20.6 kg gold, valued at Rs.6,88 crore, kept hidden by the syndicate at a residential premises in the city, the statement issued by the agency said.

A BMW car used to deliver the smuggled gold and Rs 21 lakh were also seized, it said.

“Interrogation of the apprehended persons revealed that the Chennai-based kingpin, a resident of Choolaimedu, used to organise operatives who would work in the domestic sector to various airports, collect gold bars from transit passengers at the respective airports and carry them back to Chennai in the domestic sector and hand them over to the kingpin and his aides,” the DRI said.

Investigation revealed that the seized gold was smuggled from Dubai to Chennai through Mumbai in this manner, it said.

“A part of the gold was also smuggled directly from Sri Lanka to India through the coastal areas of Tamil Nadu,” the probe agency said.

Due to strong demand for gold during the festival season, and possibly on account of the steep rise in gold prices in the last quarter, there has been a spurt in the activities of organised gangs indulging in smuggling of gold into India, it said.

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Bank Of China Offers Sri Lanka $300 Million Loan, With Billion Dollar Option: Source


Bank of China, the country’s fourth-biggest lender by assets, has offered a loan of $300 million to Sri Lanka which can be raised to $1 billion, a source in Colombo with direct knowledge of the matter, told Reuters on Tuesday.

The government is considering the offer because of “difficulty in borrowing money after recent ratings downgrades”, the source said, declining to be named as the information was not public.

Reuters could not immediately reach Sri Lanka’s Ministry of Finance and the Bank of China.

Sri Lanka, an island nation off India’s southeastern coast, is struggling to repay its foreign loans, with a record $5.9 billion due this year including $2.6 billion in the first three months alone.

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Doug Bracewell, Scott Kuggeleijn Star As New Zealand Beat Sri Lanka In One-Off T20I

Although the target was not daunting, and Sri Lanka easily kept up with the required run rate to be four for 118 after 12 overs.

But their last six wickets fell for the addition of only 26 more runs and the innings folded for 144 with 19 balls remaining. 

Kuggeleijn and Bracewell both took wickets in their opening overs.

Kusal Perera, who raced to 22 off 12 deliveries was removed by Kuggeleijn’s third delivery while Niroshan Dickwella, who smacked a four and a six from the first two balls of the innings, went for 18 with the first ball from Bracewell.

Kuggeleijn and Bracewell also took the catches to dismiss Kusal Mendis (17) and Thisara Perera (43). 

The first game all tour for Sadeera Samarawickrama was a short-lived affair when he was bowled first ball by Lockie Ferguson.

Ferguson finished with figures of three for 21 while Ish Sodhi took three for 30.

Sri Lanka did with the toss and put New Zealand into bat with impressive early results.

With a more disciplined bowling attack than was seen in the ODIs, and with astute field placements, Sri Lanka ripped through the New Zealand top order to have them four for 27 midway through the fourth over. 

Ross Taylor, who tormented Sri Lanka in the one-dayers, had to play a more circumspect role.

His first 11 runs were all singles from 22 deliveries before he first found the boundary on his way to 33 off 37. 

Taylor’s patience, however, had set the stage for the Bracewell and Kuggeleijn to hit out and give the total some respectability.

Bracewell clubbed 44 off 26 balls including five sixes and a four while Kuggeleijn only faced 15 deliveries to be not out 35 with four sixes and a four.

New Zealand now prepare to host India in a series of ODIs while Sri Lanka head to Australia.

(With AFP inputs)

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Sri Lanka Political Crisis “Death Blow” To Economy: Ranil Wickremesinghe

Three global ratings agencies had downgraded Sri Lanka during the political crisis.


Sri Lanka’s prime minister said Thursday the country was struggling to pay back its ballooning foreign debt, blaming a recent political crisis for dealing a “death blow” to the economy.

Ranil Wickremesinghe said his government was scrambling to raise $1.9 billion to help service a first debt payment of $2.6 billion, that is due on Monday.

Sri Lanka faces $5.9 billion in foreign debt repayments in 2019, a record for the cash-strapped island.

The country lost $1 billion in foreign reserves during a power struggle between Wickremesinghe and President Maithripala Sirisena in late 2018.

Sirisena sacked Wickremesinghe in October and later dissolved parliament to quell any opposition, but Sri Lanka’s courts deemed the move unconstitutional.

Wickremesinghe was reinstalled 51 days later but not without a cost, the prime minister said.

“We are yet to quantify the losses, but it was a death blow to an economy that was struggling to recover,” Wickremesinghe told parliament.

Three global ratings agencies downgraded Sri Lanka during the crisis, making it more expensive for the Indian Ocean nation to access foreign loans.

Sri Lanka hopes to raise $1 billion from the international debt market, another $500 million from China and Japan and a further $400 million from the Reserve Bank of India.

Wickremesinghe has dispatched his finance minister to Washington to try to revive a loan arrangement with the International Monetary Fund that was suspended during the chaos.

Sri Lanka narrowly averted defaulting on its sovereign debt after Wickremesinghe’s reformed administration introduced a plan late last month to meet urgent spending obligations for the first four months of 2019.

Sirisena came to power in 2015 with the help of Wickremesinghe’s United National Party but personal and political clashes came to a head before the October sacking.

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Sri Lanka Cricket Corruption: ICC Announces 15-Day Amnesty

The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Wednesday announced a 15-day amnesty to participants who have previously failed to report any information concerning corrupt conduct in Sri Lankan cricket. The amnesty, which will run from January 16 to 31, will apply to all participants under both the ICC and Sri Lankan Cricket Anti-Corruption codes. 

“Under these codes, both domestic and international participants are obliged to report, without delay, full details of any approaches, incident or information that they receive to engage in corrupt conduct. Failure to do so is a serious offence and can result in a ban from cricket of up to five years. However, under the amnesty, any information reported by a participant will not attract a charge for their failure to report previously,” ICC said in a media release.

“This is the first time the ICC has held an amnesty and it is in response to the very specific challenges we face in Sri Lanka. Allowing retrospective reporting of alleged approaches to engage in corrupt conduct will assist in our ongoing and wide-ranging investigations, as well as enabling us to continue to develop a comprehensive picture of the situation there, said Alex Marshall, ICC General Manager, Anti-Corruption.

“If any player or participant has any information concerning corrupt conduct they should come forward and share it with us now without fear of any repercussions.

“We would urge any participant with any information that may demonstrate corrupt conduct affecting cricket in Sri Lanka to come forward in the strictest of confidence.”

Three former Sri Lanka players, including Sanath Jayasuriya, have been charged under ICC anti-corruption code in the past year.

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NZvsSL: Thisara Perera hits century in 57 ball, Sri Lanka still 21 runs away

माउंट मौनगानुई (न्यूजीलैंड): थिसारा परेरा (140 रन) ने शनिवार (5 जनवरी) को न्यूजीलैंड के खिलाफ (New Zealand vs Sri Lanka) ताबड़तोड़ पारी खेलते हुए वनडे करियर का पहला शतक बनाया. उन्होंने अपनी इस पारी में 13 छक्के और आठ चौके लगाए. ऑलराउंडर थिसारा परेरा की आतिशी पारी का अंदाज इसी बात से लगाया जा सकता है कि उन्होंने महज 57 गेंदों पर शतक पूरा कर लिया था, लेकिन उनकी यह पारी श्रीलंका के काम नहीं आ सकी. 

मेजबान न्यूजीलैंड ने शनिवार को खेले गए दूसरे वनडे मैच में श्रीलंका को 21 रन से शिकस्त दी. इसके साथ ही उसने ती मैचों की वनडे सीरीज में 2-0 की अजेय बढ़त बना ली. न्यूजीलैंड ने तीन जनवरी को खेले गए पहले वनडे मैच में श्रीलंका को 45 रन से हराया था. अब दोनों टीमों के बीच तीसरा वनडे आठ जनवरी को खेला जाएगा.
न्यूजीलैंड ने दूसरे वनडे में पहले बैटिंग करते हुए सात विकेट पर 321 रन बनाए. इसके जवाब में श्रीलंका की शुरुआत खराब रही. उसने 28 रन पर पहला विकेट गंवाया और 128 रन पहुंचते-पहुंचते उसके सात विकेट गिर गए. जब ऐसा लग रहा था कि वह बुरी तरह से यह मैच हार जाएगा, तब थिसारा परेरा क्रीज पर डट गए. 

थिसारा परेरा ने 74 गेंद पर 140 रन की आतिशी पारी खेली और टीम को मैच में वापस ले आए. उनकी इस पारी की बदौलत एक समय श्रीलंका को जीत के लिए 23 गेंद पर 22 रन की जरूरत थी और उसका एक विकेट बाकी था. परेरा खुद क्रीज पर थे. लेकिन थिसारा परेरा 47वें ओवर की दूसरी गेंद पर एक गलत शॉट खेल बैठे और ट्रेंट बोल्ट ने उनका कैच लपक लिया. इस तरह श्रीलंका की टीम जीत के बेहद करीब पहुंचकर भी मैच हार गई. थिसारा परेरा आउट होने वाले अंतिम बल्लेबाज रहे. श्रीलंका की पूरी टीम 46.2 ओवर में 298 रन पर आउट हो गई.

थिसारा परेरा ने 57 गेंद में अपना पहला अंतरराष्ट्रीय शतक पूरा किया जो श्रीलंका के लिए तीसरा सबसे तेज शतक है. उनसे कम गेंद में सनत जयसूर्या ने दो बार 48 और 55 गेंद में शतक लगाया है. मैन ऑफ द मैच थिसारा परेरा के अलावा धनुष्का गुणतिलक ने 73 गेंद में 71 रन की पारी खेली. न्यूजीलैंड की ओर से ईश सोढ़ी ने तीन जबकि जेम्स नीशाम और मैट हेनरी ने दो-दो विकेट लिए.

इससे पहले ओपनर कॉलिन मुनरो (87), रॉस टेलर (90) और नीशाम (64) की अर्धशतकीय पारियों के दम पर न्यूजीलैंड ने 50 ओवर में सात विकेट पर 319 रन बनाए. तीनों बल्लेबाज रन आउट हुए. इनके अलावा विकेटकीपर टिम शिफर्ट (22) भी रन आउट हुए. श्रीलंका के लिए कप्तान लसिथ मलिंगा ने दो और नुआन प्रदीप ने एक विकेट लिया. 

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