Stories Tagged 'Sri lanka'
Sri Lanka had been at war for decades with Tamil separatists but extremist violence had been on the wane since the civil war ended 10 years ago.
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In an extremely tragic incident, more than 200 people were killed and hundreds more were wounded in a series of bomb blasts that hit hotels and churches across Sri Lanka.
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As soon as Ranil Samarawickrema returned home, he realised the potential for tourism in the country and began working on budget hotels for backpackers.
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Travel means movement, but the concept is all about the destination. Unless you’re a train- or plane-lover, travel is not about the grind between sites. In the almost 5, 000km I travelled in Europe, I didn’t spend more than three days in one location. I didn’t spend more than 12 hours in some cities. I tried to fit in the most important locations, but a lot of my time ended up being research for the next place to stay.
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Nepal are set to adopt an offensive approach against Sri Lanka in the semi-finals of SAFF Women’s Championship on Wednesday as the hosts chase their maiden international trophy at the Shahid Rangashala in Biratnagar.
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India hammered Sri Lanka 5-0 to top their group and confirm their semi-final opponents in the SAFF Women’s Championship at the Shahid Stadium in Biratnagar on Sunday.
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