“Security camps will not be removed, don’t sabotage our efforts to ensure security,” President states in Parliament
Wijeya Newspapers Ltd (WNL) in a revolutionary attempt to add a new dimension to the media industry in the digital era launched the country’s first ever breaking news Apps for iPad and Android devices in Tamil via its brand Tamil Mirror
In the initial budget proposal for the vehicle loan to be granted to media personnel the eligibility was 25 years in service however, it was amended today to 18 years in service
The Vice Chancellor of the Peradeniya University has suspended All Student Unions with effect from 2.00pm today. The suspension came in light of the protest march the students had planned
Stating that maintenance of accounts in the public sector institutions lack professionalism, Minister D. E. W. Gunasekera today requested for a special accounting service in the sector.
The students having completed their march towards the Galaha Junction are now shouting slogans against the Minister of Higher Education and the establishment of private universities.
The UNP charged in Parliament today that the government, through the accusation of match fixing, had committed the most serious assault on the fame of the ex-captain of Sri Lanka’s cricket team Arjuna Ranatunga who brought glory to the country by winning the World Cup in 1996
Some 10,000 families have been affected while 1,800 families have been displaced due to the prevailing weather conditions in the country, the Disaster Management Centre stated
The Galaha Juctionin Peradeniya is currently being barbwired by the army to prevent students who have gathered at the Peradeniya University from marching towards the junction.
The Government has postponed elections for nine local bodies, TNA MP Mavai Senatirajah charges in Parliament.
LAHORE: A Lahore High Court division bench on Tuesday issued non-bailable warrants of arrest for three accused involved in the attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team for not appearing before court during the last many hearings.
A procession from Peradeniya to the University Grants Commission organised by the students of the Peradeniya University has been stopped following an order by the Kandy Magistrates Court. The procession was scheduled to take place today against the establishing of private universities within the country
COLOMBO: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has paid 45 per cent of delayed salaries of Sri Lankan cricketers, a senior official said on Tuesday.
UNP Kurunegala District parliamentarian and contestant for the post of National Organiser, Dayasiri Jayasekara speaking to Daily Mirror online yesterday said that the vote did not reflect the true will of the people. He further went on to point out that despite the repeated assurance that the ballot would be secret in actual fact the vote was not a secret ballot
The two legislations which provide for the introduction of a new electoral system for the local government bodies will be put to a vote on January 17, 2012 when Parliament meets for the first time in the New Year
The Central Bank will take legal action against 16 financial institutions that were operating without the authorisation of the monetary board, Parliament was informed yesterday
Opposition Leader Ranil Wickremesinghe yesterday asked the government to conduct an independent inquiry into the incidents that took place in and around UNP headquarters, Sirikotha, on Monday
Former Army Commander Sarath Fonseka’s wife Anoma Fonseka said yesterday that she would speak to her husband on discussions between Democratic National Alliance (DNA) MP Tiran Alles and President Mahinda Rajapaksa on his possible release
President Mahinda Rajapaksa yesterday said he was ready to consider a pardon for former army commander Sarath Fonseka if his family makes a request to that effect
The Airport customs arrested an Indian and a Sri Lankan who attempted to smuggle foreign currency worth around Rs.7.2 million to Singapore. The detection was made at the Bandaranaike International Airport this (20th) morning
Eighteen Indian fishermen were rescued by the Sri Lanka Navy when they were distressed in the seas off the Delft Island and Allathivu respectively after crossing into the Lankan waters for poaching
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