1. Modi, Rajapaksa agree to speed up India-aided development projects in Sri Lanka  Hindustan Times
  2. High Commissioner Gopal Baglay Visits Gangaramaya Temple, St Anthony's Church In Colombo  NDTV
  3. Sri Lanka requests India for currency swap arrangement of up to $1.1 billion  Livemint
  4. PM Modi calls Sri Lanka’s president, Mauritian counterpart; promises help during Covid-19 pandemic  Hindustan Times
  5. Coronavirus | Narendra Modi discusses COVID-19 situation with Sri Lankan President, Mauritius PM  The Hindu
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi assured President Gotabaya Rajapaksa that India will continue to provide all possible support to Sri Lanka for mitigating the impact of the pandemic.Prime Minister Narendra Modi assured President Gotabaya Rajapaksa that India will continue to provide all possible support to Sri Lanka for mitigating the impact of the pandemic.

Modi, Rajapaksa agree to speed up India-aided development projects in Sri Lanka - india news - Hindustan Times

Newly appointed Indian High Commissioner of India Gopal Baglay visited Gangaramaya Temple and St Anthony's Church in Colombo on Saturday morning to pray to Lord Buddha for health, peace and prosperity of the people of Sri Lanka and India and their friendship and cooperation.Newly appointed Indian High Commissioner of India Gopal Baglay visited Gangaramaya Temple and St Anthony's Church in Colombo on Saturday morning to pray to Lord Buddha for health, peace and prosperity of the people of Sri Lanka and India and their friendship and cooperation.

High Commissioner To Sri Lanka Gopal Baglay Visits Gangaramaya Temple, St Anthony's Church In Colombo

This new request of $1.1 billion is separate from another for $ 400 million being negotiated between the two countries under the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) frameworkThis new request of $1.1 billion is separate from another for $ 400 million being negotiated between the two countries under the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) framework

Sri Lanka requests India for currency swap arrangement of up to $1.1 billion

PM Modi congratulated Prime Minister Jugnauth for successfully controlling COVID-19 in Mauritius; Lankan President Rajapaksa briefed Mr. Modi on the steps being taken by his government to restart economic activity.PM Modi congratulated Prime Minister Jugnauth for successfully controlling COVID-19 in Mauritius; Lankan President Rajapaksa briefed Mr. Modi on the steps being taken by his government to restart economic activity.

Coronavirus | Narendra Modi discusses COVID-19 situation with Sri Lankan President, Mauritius PM - The Hindu

“Had an excellent talk with President @GotabayaR. Sri Lanka is fighting COVID-19 effectively under his leadership. India will continue to support our close maritime neighbour in dealing with the pandemic and its economic impact.”

Narendra Modi on Twitter: "Had an excellent talk with President @GotabayaR. Sri Lanka is fighting COVID-19 effectively under his leadership. India will continue to support our close maritime neighbour in dealing with the pandemic and its economic impact."

“The #AatmaNirbharBharat package has to be seen in continuity with a series of measures that PM @NarendraModi ji has been focused on. It comes intrinsically to our Government, that we want to make a self-reliant, confident & caring India. An India that is for 130 crore Indians. https://t.co/KrrXGMew6q”

Piyush Goyal on Twitter: "The #AatmaNirbharBharat package has to be seen in continuity with a series of measures that PM @NarendraModi ji has been focused on. It comes intrinsically to our Government, that we want to make a self-reliant, confident & caring India. An India that is for 130 crore Indians.… https://t.co/4aktb8ywdg"

“Friendship of centuries & bonding of culture & religions will continue to be the basis of the relationship between #India & #LKA Thank you HE Shri @narendramodi for your hand of friendship during trying times. We will continue to stand by #India @MFA_SriLanka”

Gotabaya Rajapaksa on Twitter: "Friendship of centuries & bonding of culture & religions will continue to be the basis of the relationship between #India & #LKA Thank you HE Shri @narendramodi for your hand of friendship during trying times. We will continue to stand by #India @MFA_SriLanka… https://t.co/O5mYAnILCM"

“Sincerely appreciate support extended by HE Shri @narendramodi during phone call today.Whilst thanking him for multitude of assistance extended during #COVIDー19, I invited #India to continue with investments to revive economy, including lines of credit & enhanced bilateral trade”

Gotabaya Rajapaksa on Twitter: "Sincerely appreciate support extended by HE Shri @narendramodi during phone call today.Whilst thanking him for multitude of assistance extended during #COVIDー19, I invited #India to continue with investments to revive economy, including lines of credit & enhanced bilateral trade"

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The PM's telephonic conversation with President Rajapaksa also comes in the backdrop of India's ongoing tensions with three of its neighbours-Pakistan, China and Nepal. - Coronavirus: PM Modi Speaks to Sri Lankan President, Assures All Possible Support From IndiaThe PM's telephonic conversation with President Rajapaksa also comes in the backdrop of India's ongoing tensions with three of its neighbours-Pakistan, China and Nepal.

Coronavirus: PM Modi Speaks to Sri Lankan President, Assures All Possible Support From India

Sri Lanka : India assures Sri Lanka all possible support to mitigate effects of COVID-19 pandemic (Sri Lanka - latest news stories and top headlines)

Sri Lanka : India assures Sri Lanka all possible support to mitigate effects of COVID-19 pandemic

President thanks Indian Premier for support, including 10 tonnes of medical supplies to combat COVID-19 crisis PM Modi commends President for providing the country a leadership with clear vision Revive key projects to restore economy Indian Premier personally committed to help Sri Lanka Bilateral relations to be strengthened in all aspects This morning (24) President…

Indo- Sri Lanka leaders agree to strengthen bilateral relations amidst COVID-19 - President's Media Division

Despite containing Covid-19, it will be some time before normal life resumes — and some measures will be written into the lawDespite containing Covid-19, it will be some time before normal life resumes — and some measures will be written into the law

How Mauritius beat the pandemic - The Mail & Guardian

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