Colombo

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Synonyms for Colombo

the capital and largest city of Sri Lanka

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The judging took place from July 1-3, 2015 in Colombo, Sri Lanka by judges Peter Kuruvita and Simon Gault, presiding judge Bernd Uber and tea judge Dilhan Fernando.
COLOMBO, SRI LANKA * More than 2,000 demonstrators marched in Colombo Oct.
Hyatt to open in Sri Lanka Hyatt has plans to open a Hyatt Regency in Colombo, Sri Lanka in 2014.
Hero MotoCorp Limited, an India-based two-wheel vehicle manufacturer, is making an entry into the international market by launching its vehicles in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Serum samples were obtained in 2009 and early 2010 from patients as part of a Pediatric Dengue Vaccine Initiative (PDVI) fever surveillance study in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
North Korea underlined their AFC Challenge Cup credentials with a convincing 4-0 victory over Kyrgyzstan at Sugathadasa Stadium in Colombo, Sri Lanka, in Group B on Friday.
Sri Lanka Demographic and Health Survey 2006 Colombo, Sri Lanka.
The tourists were hopelessly outplayed in the series opener in Colombo, Sri Lanka winning by an innings and 239 runs, leaving India skipper Anil Kumble to demand a marked improvement from his men.
Proceedings from an October 2005 workshop held at the Goethe Institute in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
In 2004, under a shroud of secrecy, Mehta finally shot the film just outside of Colombo, Sri Lanka.
4 Colombo, Sri Lanka Funny Boy, Shyam Selvadurai (Harcourt Brace, 1994) An effeminate child banished from both girls' and boys' games, Arjun conspires with two women navigating the growing rift between the Tamil minority and Sinhalese majority: Radha, whose interethnic tryst sends her into nearby exile and the hands of a mob; and Arjun's mother, whose lover dies investigating police torture.
A discussion on the matter was held in Colombo, Sri Lanka recently between representatives of the two nations, the Sri Lankan online newspaper ColomboPage reported.
Additional funds will be used as soon as possible to appoint a full-time chaplain to Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Oxfam in Scotland's Malcol Fleming last night flew out from Glasgow Airport to Colombo, Sri Lanka.
The Colombo Tea Traders' Association (CTTA) in association with the Sri Lanka Tea Board, and the Tea Cluster will hold the International Tea Convention & Exhibition 2003, on August, 20 22 2003, in Colombo, Sri Lanka.