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Buddhism not an extremist religion: PM

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Sri Lanka as a Buddhist n...

Govt to issue fresh statement

Govt to issue fresh statement

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Police arrest 454 garbage dumpers

Police arrest 454 garbage dumpers

The Police in a three-day...

PUTTALAM LANDFILL READY BY 2019

PUTTALAM LANDFILL READY BY 2019

Megapolis and Western Dev...

Details on Parliament vehicles withheld

Details on Parliament vehicles withheld

The former Administrative...

Support for flood-hit A/L candidates

Support for flood-hit A/L candidates

All candidates due to app...

Teachers threaten strike

Teachers threaten strike

Teachers' unions warned t...

GMOA threatens another strike

GMOA threatens another strike

The Government Medical Of...

CB says continued consolidation crucial

CB says continued consolidation crucial

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Items filtered by date: Thursday, 02 March 2017

Arbaaz Khan: Success and recognition came to me late in life

He may still look like the strict, no-nonsense 'bade bhaiyya' of 'Pyaar Kiya Toh Darna Kya', but when you meet him, you realise that he has long shed that image. Arbaaz Khan is calm and chilled out despite the flurry of activity at the producers' office ahead of his Friday release, 'Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai'. In an exclusive chat with BT, he gets candid about work, divorce and the apple of his eye, son Arhaan. Excerpts...

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Lankan karatekas’ excel in India

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A karate team, representing Sri Lanka branch of Shorin-Ryu Shorin-kan, Okinawa, Japan, training under Kyoshi Gamini Soysa participated in an Indo-Lanka International Open Karate Championship organized by Sensei Mallikarjun, Chief Instructor of the Takshashila Martial Arts Academy, Davanagere, Karanataka, India recently. This Championship was patronized by 300 participants along with their teachers from 8 states of India, representing many martial art styles.

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