Sri Lanka Resolution


'Sri Lanka Resolution' - 15 News Result(s)

  • India abstains from vote on Sri Lanka war crimes in Geneva

    India abstains from vote on Sri Lanka war crimes in Geneva

    India has abstained from the vote at the United Nations session in Geneva which calls for an international criminal investigation into alleged war crimes in the final stage of the island's civil war which ended in 2009.

  • Read the UN resolution on Sri Lanka

    Read the UN resolution on Sri Lanka

    India was among 25 countries that voted against Sri Lanka today at the UN Human Rights Council session in Geneva.

  • India votes against Sri Lanka; not good enough, says Karunanidhi

    India votes against Sri Lanka; not good enough, says Karunanidhi

    India was among 25 countries that voted against Sri Lanka today at the UN Human Rights Council session in Geneva. However, contrary to the government's announcement yesterday, India did not move any amendments to the resolution sponsored by the US.

  • India votes against Sri Lanka, but skips amendments to US-backed resolution at UNHRC

    India votes against Sri Lanka, but skips amendments to US-backed resolution at UNHRC

    India has voted for the resolution against Sri Lanka at the UN Human Rights Council session in Geneva. 25 countries have voted for the US-backed resolution that addresses alleged war crimes by Lankan forces during the country's civil war with the Tamil Tigers. India has called for an "independent and credible investigation into allegations of human...

  • All-party meeting on Sri Lanka resolution ends inconclusively

    All-party meeting on Sri Lanka resolution ends inconclusively

    The government's meeting with the leaders of all political parties to discuss the draft of a resolution on Sri Lanka ended inconclusively. After the meeting ended, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Kamal Nath said no consensus emerged on the resolution to be moved in Parliament

  • Surprise support from Mamata Banerjee for government on Sri Lanka controversy

    Surprise support from Mamata Banerjee for government on Sri Lanka controversy

    Mamata Banerjee, who quit the ruling coalition last year, has said she will back the government on whatever stand it takes at Geneva, where a resolution on alleged war crimes by Sri Lanka will be put to vote tomorrow.

  • DMK ally withdraws support to UPA

    After DMK, the lone MP of Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi (VCK), Thirumaa Valavan Thol, today withdrew support to the Congress-led UPA over the Sri Lankan Tamils issue.

  • DMK withdrawing support: History could turn full circle

    DMK withdrawing support: History could turn full circle

    With DMK's withdrawal of from the UPA today, history could turn full circle 15 years after Congress pulled down the United Front coalition demanding withdrawal of DMK ministers from the government.

  • Why DMK may be using Sri Lanka to dump the Congress

    Why DMK may be using Sri Lanka to dump the Congress

    Fireworks at the DMK headquarters in Chennai this morning celebrated the announcement by president M Karunanidhi that the party was dropping out of the Congress-led UPA coalition.

  • Ready for elections, this government is on ventilator: BJP

    Ready for elections, this government is on ventilator: BJP

    Minutes after the DMK pulled out of the Congress-led coalition at the Centre, the BJP said it is always ready for elections.

  • Sri Lanka government denies UN charge of intimidating activists

    Sri Lanka government denies UN charge of intimidating activists

    The Sri Lankan government today denied the United Nations charge of intimidating pro-Tamil activists at the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva.

  • UN rights chief warns against Sri Lankan activist attacks

    UN rights chief warns against Sri Lankan activist attacks

    The UN rights chief warned on Friday against reprisals against Sri Lankan activists, noting "threats and intimidation" carried out by Colombo in the run-up to a contested war crimes probe vote.

  • Resolution respects Lankan sovereignty: Indian envoy to NDTV

    Resolution respects Lankan sovereignty: Indian envoy to NDTV

    A day after India voted against Sri Lanka and supported US' resolution, India's envoy to the United Nations Dilip Sinha in Geneva tells NDTV that the resolution ensures Sri Lanka's sovereignty is respected.

  • India explains its stand on Sri Lanka resolution

    India explains its stand on Sri Lanka resolution

    After India voted against Sri Lanka today on the US-sponsored resolution at the United Nations Human Rights Council, it explained its position behind the move. In a statement issued by the Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi said that despite it backing the resolution, it firmly believes that the onus for promoting and protecting human rights i...

  • DMK warns it may quit government over Sri Lanka resolution

    DMK warns it may quit government over Sri Lanka resolution

    Parties from Tamil Nadu demanded again today that the government commit to voting against Sri Lanka for its alleged war crimes at a United National Human Rights Council session in Geneva.

'Sri Lanka Resolution' - 3 Video Result(s)

'Sri Lanka Resolution' - 15 News Result(s)

  • India abstains from vote on Sri Lanka war crimes in Geneva

    India abstains from vote on Sri Lanka war crimes in Geneva

    India has abstained from the vote at the United Nations session in Geneva which calls for an international criminal investigation into alleged war crimes in the final stage of the island's civil war which ended in 2009.

  • Read the UN resolution on Sri Lanka

    Read the UN resolution on Sri Lanka

    India was among 25 countries that voted against Sri Lanka today at the UN Human Rights Council session in Geneva.

  • India votes against Sri Lanka; not good enough, says Karunanidhi

    India votes against Sri Lanka; not good enough, says Karunanidhi

    India was among 25 countries that voted against Sri Lanka today at the UN Human Rights Council session in Geneva. However, contrary to the government's announcement yesterday, India did not move any amendments to the resolution sponsored by the US.

  • India votes against Sri Lanka, but skips amendments to US-backed resolution at UNHRC

    India votes against Sri Lanka, but skips amendments to US-backed resolution at UNHRC

    India has voted for the resolution against Sri Lanka at the UN Human Rights Council session in Geneva. 25 countries have voted for the US-backed resolution that addresses alleged war crimes by Lankan forces during the country's civil war with the Tamil Tigers. India has called for an "independent and credible investigation into allegations of human...

  • All-party meeting on Sri Lanka resolution ends inconclusively

    All-party meeting on Sri Lanka resolution ends inconclusively

    The government's meeting with the leaders of all political parties to discuss the draft of a resolution on Sri Lanka ended inconclusively. After the meeting ended, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Kamal Nath said no consensus emerged on the resolution to be moved in Parliament

  • Surprise support from Mamata Banerjee for government on Sri Lanka controversy

    Surprise support from Mamata Banerjee for government on Sri Lanka controversy

    Mamata Banerjee, who quit the ruling coalition last year, has said she will back the government on whatever stand it takes at Geneva, where a resolution on alleged war crimes by Sri Lanka will be put to vote tomorrow.

  • DMK ally withdraws support to UPA

    After DMK, the lone MP of Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi (VCK), Thirumaa Valavan Thol, today withdrew support to the Congress-led UPA over the Sri Lankan Tamils issue.

  • DMK withdrawing support: History could turn full circle

    DMK withdrawing support: History could turn full circle

    With DMK's withdrawal of from the UPA today, history could turn full circle 15 years after Congress pulled down the United Front coalition demanding withdrawal of DMK ministers from the government.

  • Why DMK may be using Sri Lanka to dump the Congress

    Why DMK may be using Sri Lanka to dump the Congress

    Fireworks at the DMK headquarters in Chennai this morning celebrated the announcement by president M Karunanidhi that the party was dropping out of the Congress-led UPA coalition.

  • Ready for elections, this government is on ventilator: BJP

    Ready for elections, this government is on ventilator: BJP

    Minutes after the DMK pulled out of the Congress-led coalition at the Centre, the BJP said it is always ready for elections.

  • Sri Lanka government denies UN charge of intimidating activists

    Sri Lanka government denies UN charge of intimidating activists

    The Sri Lankan government today denied the United Nations charge of intimidating pro-Tamil activists at the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva.

  • UN rights chief warns against Sri Lankan activist attacks

    UN rights chief warns against Sri Lankan activist attacks

    The UN rights chief warned on Friday against reprisals against Sri Lankan activists, noting "threats and intimidation" carried out by Colombo in the run-up to a contested war crimes probe vote.

  • Resolution respects Lankan sovereignty: Indian envoy to NDTV

    Resolution respects Lankan sovereignty: Indian envoy to NDTV

    A day after India voted against Sri Lanka and supported US' resolution, India's envoy to the United Nations Dilip Sinha in Geneva tells NDTV that the resolution ensures Sri Lanka's sovereignty is respected.

  • India explains its stand on Sri Lanka resolution

    India explains its stand on Sri Lanka resolution

    After India voted against Sri Lanka today on the US-sponsored resolution at the United Nations Human Rights Council, it explained its position behind the move. In a statement issued by the Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi said that despite it backing the resolution, it firmly believes that the onus for promoting and protecting human rights i...

  • DMK warns it may quit government over Sri Lanka resolution

    DMK warns it may quit government over Sri Lanka resolution

    Parties from Tamil Nadu demanded again today that the government commit to voting against Sri Lanka for its alleged war crimes at a United National Human Rights Council session in Geneva.

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