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Fri, 02 Dec 2022
Former President Mahinda Rajapaksa had used 43 percent of the total expenditure of the Presidential allocation for his personal staff while former President Maithripala Sirisena has used 57 percent, according to accounts released by the office.
A list of around 70 members should be compiled according to certain criteria
Certain facts in the cabinet paper were out of line with the Electricity Act and the PUCSL Act when deciding the tariff
A trishaw transporting a Russian woman hit the Anuradhapura bound Rajarata Rajina Express at Maharamba level crossing in Unawatuna on the southern railway last morning, causing the death of the woman and the trishaw driver on the spot.
Leader of the House Susil Premajayantha noted the dress pattern of women MPs and queried about it
President, SJB MPs and govt. members agreed in Parliament for the establishment of private universities
a letter dated 03.11.2022 by the Secretary to the Ministry of Health indicates that a preliminary inquiry had already been conducted by the Ministry of Health and accordingly it has been found that the Petitioner has acted in breach of section 31:1:
It will be possible to safeguard the rights of sex workers only if prostitution is legalized
The reports given during that period will be considered as given on November 30th with no surcharge
The suspect runs a tutorial institute in Dankotuwa, Wennappuwa and Makandura areas
The cause of death of migrant workers were listed as “natural,” “suicide,” “homicide,” “road accidents,” “other accidents,” “COVID deaths,” and “deaths not confirmed”
Some teachers were facing economic issues to wear sarees to school
A member of the Onmaxdt scheme said, “If we invest 1,000 USD, equal to about Rs. 375,000, we receive it back in about four months. They pay dividends amounting to three times the investment for about 15 months. If we enroll others, we receive a co
President Ranil Wickremesinghe said that the agreements reached at Climate Change Conference (COP 27) failed to place the nations of the world on a complementary and progressive course of redress, the Presidential Media Division (PMD) said.
15 per cent of a teacher’s salary is spent on purchasing sarees and related garments to conform with the Education Ministry’s dress code, a study found. The study conducted by Lasni Buddh
The Power and Energy Ministry will impose a two hour and twenty minutes island wide power cut during the day and night, which will continue till December 15.
Owner of Thico Group Private Ltd Thilini Priyamali and businesswoman Janaki Siriwardena were yesterday ordered to be further remanded till December 13 by Colombo Fort Magistrate’s Court in connection with alleged financial fraud incidents.
The decision to cremate the remains of those who succumbed to COVID-19 paved the way for Sri Lanka to lose international support, Minister of Foreign Affairs Ali Sabry said. Minister Sabry ha
Sensitive people are advised to exercise caution in this situation due to the presence of air pollutants generated in India and other neighbouring countries, according to National Building Research Organization (NBRO) Senior Scientist H.D. Sarath Pre
The CID conducting investigations into the attack on Galle Face protesters on May 9 has sought Attorney General’s advice regarding future legal action against the suspects.
Offices of the President and Premier reveal in response to a RTI request by our sister paper
The boy suffered serious burn injuries to his arms and neck
A group of four Sri Lankan fishermen who set sail on September 25, 2022 on board FV Neil Mary have been rescued by the Indian coast guard after they lost communication, Daily Mirror learn
President Ranil Wickremesinghe yesterday said he is ready to reintroduce District Development councils in place of Provincial Councils.
China welcomes Sri Lankan Foreign Minister Mohamed Ali Sabry’s rebuttal of the narrative of the so-called Chinese “debt trap” in Sri Lanka, Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Zhao Lijian said on Monday.
A writ petition filed by a lawyer seeking an order directing the CID to arrest Western Province Senior DIG Deshabandu Tennakoon for his failure to prevent attacks on peaceful protesters at Galle F
Agrees to sell SL products in convenient stores attached to its service stations in China
The luxury passenger ship “Mein Schiff 5” arrived at the port of Colombo with 2,000 tourists yesterday. The group of tourists then visited the historical Gangaramaya Temple in Colombo. The p
Some 153,375 kgs of milk powder imported by a certain company from New Zealand violating import and export regulations have been detained at the Colombo Port for more than 25 days, State Minister of Finance Ranjith Siyambalapitiya said yesterday.
The police department is yet to provide security to two police officers despite the direction given by the National Authority for The Protection of Victims of Crimes and Witnesses (NAPVCW) to provide security to them months ago.
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