Palki Sharma is associate editor, WION
If this government has some sort of courtesy, it should resign by now, Namal told WION.
PM Ranil Wickremesinghe felt let down by the fact that no one acted on the impending threat and he too was left out of the loop.
Talking to the Taliban is just the kind of foreign policy hot potato any government would avoid
In 1947, religious minorities constituted over 20 per cent of Pakistan's population. That number has now fallen to 3 per cent.
With Male returning to its pro-India stance, India has, in diplomatic terms, beaten China in an election in the Maldives. But the win will have to be followed up with deft action.
The army, the courts and the government in Pakistan are making a virtue out of necessity.
Namal insisted that it is not a constitutional crisis, but a political crisis in Sri Lanka.