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Indian Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh welcomes President Mahinda Rajapaksa at the 14th SAARC Summit in New Delhi yesterday. Picture by Sudath Silva

President calls for SAARC counter-terrorism strategy

'Region as a whole not safe from barbaric terror groups' :

President Mahinda Rajapaksa yesterday made a fervent appeal to SAARC to work jointly on a counter-terrorism strategy for the entire region to defeat terrorism. Addressing the inaugural session of the 14th Summit of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation in New Delhi, President Rajapaksa said: "Terrorism anywhere is terrorism and is a global menace.

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EU actively implementing LTTE ban - Defence Spokesman

The arrest of six LTTE activists in Paris was a clear indication that the European Union is turning the LTTE proscription into action without confining it into mere words, Government Defence Spokesman Minister Keheliya Rambukwella said.

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Govt condemns Amnesty campaign

The Government yesterday condemned the defamatory propaganda campaign launched by Amnesty International against the Sri Lankan Government and the National Cricket Team.

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Regional co-operation could generate billions in trade; curb energy shortages - World Bank

South Asia's unprecedented growth, averaging close to six percent per year since the 1990s, has created a new momentum for closer regional integration, Praful Patel, World Bank Vice-President for the South Asia region, said at a press briefing in Washington yesterday.

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