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US-SL to lift bilateral ties to new height

 US-SL to lift bilateral ties to new height

The United States has assured its fullest support to Sri Lankas economic development and reconciliation while emphasizing that Washington wishes to take bilateral relations with the island nation to a new height. MORE..

August 22, 2015  12:15 am|

Indian-American Atul Keshap sworn in as US Envoy to Sri Lanka

Indian-American Atul Keshap sworn in as US Envoy to Sri Lanka

Indian-American Atul Keshap has been sworn in as the US Ambassador to Sri Lanka and Maldives, becoming the second Indian-origin diplomat to be posted to the region after Richard Rahul Verma. MORE...

August 13, 2015  09:54 am|

Atul Keshap confirmed as US Ambassador to Sri Lanka

Atul Keshap confirmed as US Ambassador to Sri Lanka

Indian-American Atul Keshap has been confirmed as the U.S. Ambassador to Sri Lanka and Maldives, becoming the second Indian-origin diplomat to be posted to the region after Richard Rahul Verma. MORE..

August 6, 2015  03:37 pm|

US wants to build lasting peace and fellowship in Sri Lanka

US wants to build lasting peace and fellowship in Sri Lanka

The United States wants to build a lasting peace and fellowship among Sri Lankas various religious and ethnic groups, President Barack Obamas ambassadorial nominee for Sri Lanka told lawmakers today. MORE...

June 24, 2015  08:25 am|

Obama taps Indian Americans to control Asian region

Obama taps Indian Americans to control Asian region

With the naming of Atul Keshap to be appointed as the new US Ambassador to Sri Lanka and Maldives, Indian Americans would be serving as US envoys in three of eight SAARC nations. MORE..

March 27, 2015  01:17 pm|

Obama nominates Atul Keshap to be new Ambassador to SL

Obama nominates Atul Keshap to be new Ambassador to SL

US President Barack Obama has nominated Atul Keshap to be appointed the new Ambassador to the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka and the Republic of Maldives. Keshap is current the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State in the Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs at the Department of State. MORE...

March 27, 2015  07:43 am|

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