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LTTE killed, abducted Indian fishermen

12 Indian fishermen in LTTE custody - Tamil Nadu Police:

TAMIL Nadu Police disclosed that the 12 fishermen reported to be missing since March 4 are still in the custody of the LTTE. They were not convinced by the LTTE’s denial. The Tamil Nadu Police Chief D. Mukherjee speaking to Asian Tribune told that LTTE’s ‘denial was not a strong and convincing one”.

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Tigers procured aircraft, weapons from Australia, says terrorism expert

THE Federal Government has been accused of turning a blind eye to LTTE activities in Australia, allowing the separatist group to build up its air wing. Singapore-based terrorism expert Rohan Gunaratna says the Tigers have been procuring aircraft, arms, explosives and other technological devices from Australia for more than a decade.

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Swift relief for flood-hit districts

THE Government has released Rs.9 million to provide relief to flood and landslide victims as rains continued to lash the country displacing more than 41,000 people, Disaster Relief Services Minister Amir Ali told the Daily News yesterday.

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SriLankan markets aircraft maintenance services for other airlines

SriLankan Engineering is gaining ground in capturing market share for providing aircraft maintenance services for other airlines. The airline recently began an extensive maintenance overhaul of an Airbus A330-200 aircraft of Emirates Airline.

 

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