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India      Four civilians killed in renewed violence between Bodos and Muslims in Assam
Pakistan      Three persons including two FC personnel killed in bomb blast in Balochistan
Pakistan      Two persons including an Army Soldier killed in separate incidents of target killing in Sindh
Pakistan      ASI killed and four others injured in retaliatory firing in Punjab
India      Death toll in liquor shop shootout in Jammu and Kashmir increases to two
Pakistan      Soldier injured in checkpost attack in FATA
India      Bomb explosion reported in Manipur
Pakistan      Two bombs defused in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
India      Militant arrested in Meghalaya
India      Three militants surrender in Tripura
Bangladesh      Ahsan Nafis indicted on charges of using WMD and trying to provide material support to Al-Qaeda
Pakistan      Taliban leader Anwarul Haq Mujahid released from Pakistani jail, confirms his family
India      BSF requests BBG to demolish 55 insurgent camps based in Bangladesh
India      ULFA-ATF calls for Assam shutdown
Pakistan      Section 144 imposed in connection with Muharram in Islamabad
Nepal      15 political forces to begin first phase agitation from November 18
Bangladesh      Attacks will only speed up war crimes trial, says PM Sheikh Hasina
Pakistan      Parliament 'failed' on anti-terror laws, complains Interior Minister Rehman Malik
Pakistan      TTP may attack Muharram processions in Gilgit-Baltistan, alerts Ministry of Interior.
Sri Lanka      Move to repeal 13th Amendment would damage Sri Lanka's future, says TNA Leader, R. Sampanthan
India      Terror groups investing money in stock exchange, says Union Minister of Home Affairs, Sushil Kumar Shinde
India      Odisha Police intensifies operation to nab expelled Maoist leader Sabyasachi Panda
India      Delhi Court frames charges against self-styled Maoist commander

Sri Lanka
Move to repeal 13th Amendment would damage Sri Lanka's future, says TNA Leader, R. Sampanthan

Sri Lanka's major Tamil political party, the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) Leader, R. Sampanthan on November 16 said that any move to repeal the 13th Amendment to the Constitution would cause harm to the country's future, reports Colombo Page. He observed that the 13th Amendment was the only provision that recognized the diversity of the country to a certain extent. According to Sampanthan, the Government should do away with the system of devolution based on the nine provinces and instead must bring about a devolution and administrative system of three or four zones, so that the expenditure to maintain nine Provincial Councils can be reduced.






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