A GREAT WALKABOUT IN SRI LANKA: Sri Lanka, Serendib, the resplendent isle, the teardrop, the story of my trip. I have been back in Seattle a few days and am clearly the victim of continued jet lag, pecking at the computer at 5AM. I spent the first 30 minutes this...
Sri Lanka will enter the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 hoping for their second title success after having shared the trophy with India in 2002, but their run up to the big event hasn’t been the best, with Angelo Mathews’ side losing one of their two games against Scotland. Pooled with...
  Tens of thousands of people marooned by severe flooding and mudslides in Sri Lanka remained in relief camps Tuesday, as aid teams bolstered by Indian navy divers and doctors pushed forward with rescue efforts. At least 183 people have been killed and more than 100 are missing following the rains...
by Dániel Balázs, Tongji University ( May 29, 2017, Beijing, Sri Lanka Guardian) China’s ambitious Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) sets the bar high. It strives to connect Asia, Africa and Europe with the aim of achieving mutual development. Sri Lanka, with its valuable geographic position in the heart of the...
The third ship has set sail from the India to join the relief efforts and it is expected to arrive at the Colombo Port today. The second ship sent by the Indian Government with additional relief materials, arrived at the Colombo Port yesterday. The supplies were handed over to the Foreign...
Sri Lanka have turned to old warhorse Lasith Malinga to put fight into their Champions Trophy campaign and reverse their decline in the one-day game. The islanders have missed Malinga - one of the world's great fast bowlers - through injury and their performances have suffered. Sri Lanka won a series...
Mahela Jayawardene has effectively ended his playing career in Bangladesh after being signed for two seasons as head coach of BPL franchise Khulna Titans. Jayawardene featured in two games for Dhaka Dynamites alongside his former Sri Lankan team-mate Kumar Sangakkara in 2016.
A man yelled racist abuse at a NHS surgeon who had spent the past 48 hours working hard to save lives of those caught up in the Manchester bombing attack. Naveed Yasin had been on his way back to Salford Royal Hospital after two days work to desperately save victims...
The National Water Supply and Drainage Board said today that water supply to several places in Colombo will be disrupted due to damaged pipes near Labugama water purification center. The pipes were damaged following floods in the area. The Water Board said that water supply to other areas may also disrupt...
The Chinese government yesterday announced it would donate emergency humanitarian disaster relief goods to Sri Lanka. Chinese Embassy in Colombo said that the relief goods will be sent to Colombo by a chartered flight soon. The disaster relief goods include tents, blankets, sheets, rain boots and life jackets worth of RMB...
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