200,000 left homeless in Sri Lanka floods
Jan 13, 2011
Agence France-Presse | Thursday December 20, 2012
Flash floods have killed at least 25 people in Sri Lanka and left more than a quarter of a million marooned in their homes, disaster officials said on Thursday.
Associated Press | Wednesday December 19, 2012
Sri Lanka's government says flash floods and mudslides have killed 16 people, with 14 others reported missing, in two days of heavy rain in many parts of the country.
Associated Press | Monday November 26, 2012
The government says floods and lightning killed six people in Sri Lanka and hundreds have been displaced by landslides.
Agence-France Presse | Monday March 26, 2012
Traveling English supporters hugely outnumbered local Sri Lankan fans at the start of the first Test in Galle on Monday, making it look like a home match for the tourists.
Press Trust of India | Sunday April 3, 2011
The Indian cricket team was swamped with congratulatory messages from Bollywood celebrities, politicians, cricket administrators and fellow players on twitterati for lifting its second World Cup after 28 years.
Associated Press | Thursday January 13, 2011
Nearly 200,000 people have lost their homes because of the flooding caused by incessant rains in the Eastern part of Sri Lanka.?They have been forced to take refuge in temporary shelters. The government has set up over 500 relief camps in schools, temples, churches and government buildings.&nbs...