In this context, the two sides welcomed the opening of the Consulate General of India in Hambantota on 26 November and of the Consulate General of India in Jaffna on 27 November.The Ministers also reaffirmed the importance of the Joint Commission mechanism to monitor implementation of bilateral understandings. The Joint Commission reiterated the need to substantially enhance the range and depth of the India-Sri Lanka bilateral relationship through greater economic integration to achieve the shared goals of alleviating poverty, creating wealth and bringing about progress and prosperity for the people of the two countries.
Our goal is simple - to add love, romance and fun to the lives of single people.Friends Reunited was a portfolio of social networking websites based upon the themes of reunion with research, dating and job-hunting.The first and eponymous website was created by a husband and wife team in the classic back bedroom internet start-up; it was the first online social network to achieve prominence in Britain, and it weathered the dotcom bust.Formerly, the site cost £7.50 per year to use but it was later free of charge.The main Friends Reunited site aimed to reunite people who had in common a school, university, address, workplace, sports club or armed service; the sister site Genes Reunited enabled members to pool their family trees and identify common ancestors; the Dating and Jobs sister sites linked members with similar attributes, interests and/or locations.Each site worked on the principle of user-generated content through which registered users were able to post information about themselves which could be searched by other users.A double-blind email system allowed contact between users.India and Sri Lanka share common values and traditions as well as a common commitment to democratic governance.Both countries have taken a similar trajectory in international relations, having emerged from the colonial yoke, India in August 1947 and Sri Lanka five months later in February 1948.The seventh session of the Sri Lanka-India Joint Commission was held on 26th November 2010 in Colombo. India-Sri Lanka relations have diversified with the passage of time, encompassing all areas of contemporary relevance, including trade, services and investment, development cooperation, science and technology, culture and education. Krishna, Minister of External Affairs of India and Hon'ble G. The two Ministers agreed that the shared cultural and civilizational heritage of India and Sri Lanka, the extensive people-to-people interaction and their common strategic concerns and interests provided the foundation to build a vibrant and multi-faceted partnership.Today, with the end of armed conflict in Sri Lanka, these relations are poised to develop further in an all-round manner.3.The Joint Commission reviewed developments in bilateral relations since the visit to India in June 2010 of His Excellency Mahinda Rajapaksa, President of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka and noted with satisfaction that the visit had laid a strong foundation for the future development of India-Sri Lanka relations.Independence Day of Sri Lanka which is the National Day as well will be marked this year by our renewed journey towards consolidating peace and ushering prosperity.