The Lanka/' title='Sri Lanka News'>Sri Lanka Ports Authority (SLPA) is keen on enhancing connectivity with Indian ports using ferry services to facilitate easier trade and tourism, its chairman Kavan Ratnayaka said, according to The Hindu newspaper. "If the two countries can set up a ferry service connecting Kankesanthurai port (KKS) in Jaffna with Karaikal near Puducherry, and similarly […] (Date:07/14/2019 06:24) Read full article >>

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Lanka: Lanka lk , Malay: Langkapuri, Tamil: Ilankai or Lankapuram, Javanese and Indonesian: Alengka or Ngalengka) is the name given in Hindu mythology to the island fortress capital of the legendary king Ravana in the great Hindu epics, the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. The fortress was situated on a plate
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