Co-Deputy Leader of the United National Party Sajith Premadasa speaks to the Daily Mirror on the present leadership crisis and answers questions sent in by Daily Mirror readers.
UNP MP Dayasiri Jayasekara talks to the Daily Mirror on his neutral stance in the present leadership crisis and his own political ambitions.
The Defence Ministry released the report titled ‘Humanitarian Operation Factual Analysis July 2006 – May 2009,’ in Colombo. At the event, a special video compiled by the Ministry was also screened during the launching ceremony.
Minister of Petroleum Industries and General Secretary of the UPFA Susil Premajayantha speaks to Daily Mirror Hot Seat on the progress of the court cases related to the hedging deals, the issues with contaminated petrol and assigning leaders after the Local Government Polls.
Daily Mirror online had a casual chat with Galle District UPFA Member of Parliament Nishantha Muthuhettigama, where he spoke about the recent railing fiasco he was involved in and shies away from comparison to Mervyn Silva.
2008 Gratiaen Prize winning author of “Chinaman; the legend of Pradeep Mathew” Shehan Karunatilaka speaks to Mirror Icon about his controversial book—on the inside workings of cricket, and his passion for rock music.
Video obtained by Daily Mirror reportedly shows the unaltered version of the footage aired by Channel 4 on war crimes that had allegedly taken place in Sri Lanka.
Minister of Higher Education S.B Dissanayake discusses the trade union action by the Federation of University Lecturers Association
A Video interview with Dr.Lester James Peries and Mrs.Sumithra Peries conducted by Ramesh Uvais which captures insights about the launch of their newest foundation.
An endangered spotted leopard was found killed by hunters in the Minneriya Forest Reserve. The fifteen year old leopard is believed to be the largest leopard in the area. Two suspects believed to be involved in the leopard’s killing to obtain its skin were taken into police custody.
After a gap of nearly three decades, the ferry service between India and Sri Lanka was restarted. The ‘MV Scotia Prince’ left Tuticorin and reached the Colombo harbor carrying nearly 400 passengers.
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