A hartal has been observed in Batticaloa from this morning against the proposed drinking water bottling plant in Pullumale. Accordingly, concerns about drinking water shortage have been raised following the proposed setting up of the plant. It is reported... Read More
A protest was launched by residents of Kanagarayankulam, Vavuniya against police assault on two individuals suspected of attacking a businessman. It is reported that the police had assaulted the two individuals who were suspected to have assaulted the... Read More
SEVENTEEN years later, more than 1100 victims of the hijacked plane attacks on the World Trade Centre have yet to be identified. But in a New York lab, a team is still avidly working to identify the remains, with technological progress on its side. Day... Read More
A student who had attended the National Inter-school Volleyball tournament had gone missing after he had gone to bathe in the Kelani river. It is reported that the 18-year-old student had gone to bathe in the river in the Kerwanalla area yesterday. The... Read More
The following article based on the speech as prepared for delivery by Arun Kumar, Chairman and CEO of KPMG India at Sri Lanka Economic Summit. by Arun Kumar ( September 13, 2018, Colombo, Sri Lanka Guardian) It is a great honour for me to be with you, and as always, a...
COLOMBO (News 1st) – Today (April 20), is the last day of the 25th Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM). The Commonwealth Center for Digital Health set up by the Commonwealth Medical Association was launched today (April 20). President Maithripala Sirisena was a special guest at the occasion. According to...
A homeless person sleeps on a park bench at Victoria Park, Auckland ( Dean Purcell/Getty Images) New Zealand's government has vowed to shelter the country's homeless population by the time winter hits the southern hemisphere in around a month's time. Jacina Ardern, the prime minister, pledged to invest NZ$100m (£51m) to tackle the country's...
The Health Ministry says that at least 3000 deaths are reported annually due to suicides in Sri Lanka. The Ministry made this observation in a statement released to commemorate World Suicide Prevention Day. According to the Ministry, 2586 males and 677... Read More
(MENAFN - NewsIn.Asia) By Prof.Sasanka Perera/The Island Ven. Endaruwe Upali, Deputy Chief Priest of the Asgiriya Chapter in the Buddhist ecclesiastical order, is in the news. But it is not for his knowledge of the Dhamma or for the erudite delivery of a sermon worthy of Buddhism's timeless appeal or...
Re-scrutinized results of the GCE Ordinary Level examinations 2017 will be released tonight. Accordingly, the results could be accessed on the website of the Department of Examinations  Read More
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