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Thu, 28 Oct 2021
Funeral held in Colombo yesterday
Says wine stores should register NIC numbers of all who make purchases
Unofficial figures show nearly 6000 daily infections
A total of 4,355 more COVID-19 patients had been detected yesterday increasing the total cases reported in Sri Lanka to 394,355, the Government Information Department said.
Accident occurred on May 24 last year at a zebra-crossing
We can identify people carrying high viral loads through antigen tests
UNP questioned why the Sri Lankan Government sought to immediately recognise this group
Former Minister Rishad Bathiudeen has been named as the fifth suspect before Colombo Chief Magistrate’s Court over the death of 16-year-old domestic aide at his residence. Bathiudeen is currently held in remand custody in connection with
The President too can claim credit if he combats the COVID pandemic by following the advice of other political parties and religious leaders
High Commissioner Khattak responded by assuring that the fullest support would be extended by his government
Rituals and offerings conducted on behalf of and devoted to the Sacred Tooth Relic has been the foremost duty of the Rulers
The General Directorate of Residence and Foreign Affairs (GDRFA), Dubai, has extended the expiry date of residence visas for nationals of India, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Nigeria and Uganda who are stranded abroad. The visas have been extended til
Specific attention must be paid to the rights of women and children
The streets of Pettah are deserted due to the curfew imposed by the government. Only wholesale trade takes place.
Supporting Sri Lanka’s fight against COVID-19, Indian Naval Ship Shakti arrived in Colombo on 22 August 2021 with 100 tons (5 containers) of Liquid Medical Oxygen (LMO) from Visakhapatnam. Indian High Commissioner Gopal Baglay and Commander of Sri
Chief Incumbent of historic Attanagalle Rajamaha Vihare Ven. Pannila Sri Ananda Thera took the lead in the conduct of a special Pooja in recognition of service rendered by the religious leaders across the spectrum in the area.
It included the chie
The Cabinet Ministers decided to forgo their August salary to be donated to COVID-19 fund. Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa
The Prisons Department has also initiated an investigation into the alleged death threats made by MP Rishad Bathiudeen at a prison do
Veteran tusker ‘Nedungamuwe Raja’ inaugurated the final Randoli Perahera of the Kandy Esala Festival at the auspicious time of
Army Commander General Shavendra Silva yesterday warned people not to misuse the 10-day quarantine curfew which came in
As hospitals across the country are spilling over from the rapidly rising COVID-19 patients, many suspected to be carrying the
The first Randoli Perahera of the Kandy Esala festival paraded the streets last night with the gaily decorated Sri Dalada Malig
Spreading Delta variants have led to the increase in the number of COVID Patients
President Gotabaya Rajapaksa had a reshuffle of six Cabinet Ministers while giving an additional ministerial portfolio to Sports Minister Namal Rajapaksa.
Says authorities will and are, doing their best to keep you safe
Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith and the Auxiliary Bishops of Colombo at the media conference where they announced a day of protest on August 21, 2021.
Pic by Pradeep Dilrukshana
The wedding reception has been cancelled due to the prevailing COVID-19 situation in the country
Number of Covid cases has increased by 30% deaths have increased by 48.8%
Expresses his gratitude for calling off street protests
Says decisions taken by the Task Force are collective and not individual decisions
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