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The High Commission of Pakistan together with Pakistani expatriates in Sri Lanka today celebrated the 76th independence
High Commissioner of Sri Lanka to India Milinda Moragoda who is on a two-day official visit to the State of Maharashtra, unveiled a portrait of St. Joseph Vaz, the ‘Apostle of Sri Lanka’ at the Archbishop’s House in Mumbai in the presence of Ar
The Lanka Private Bus Owners’ Association (LPBOA) claimed that people in rural areas are being robbed by three-wheelers when transporting passe
The Judicial Service Association of Sri Lanka which comprise of judges, in a letter addressed to Secretary of the Judicial Service Commission, had informed there is a suspicion about a move to bring the judiciary under another institution.
The No confidence motion against Health Minister Keheliya Rambukwella is ready for the MPs to place their signatures, a Samagi Jana Balawegaya (SJB) MP told journlaists in Parliament yesterday.
Samagi Jana Balawegaya (SJB) sponsored no-faith motion is aimed at ending divisions among the government, MP Udaya Gammanpila said.
“SJB should not try to unite the government which is divided at the moment. SJB should not do homework for the go
The appointment of a select committee to probe whether ex members of the election commission have infringed the privileges of MPs and to make suitable recommendations was approved in Parliament yesterday.
Some 25,000 military and 1,000 police personnel have vacated their posts within the past two years, Field Marshal Sarath Fonseka said yesterday.
Speaking during the adjournment debate on the IMF report, he told Parliament that about 1,000 police pe
They were recognized and appreciated in order to motivate them to strive for continued excellence through dedication
Sri Lankans living in Brisbane, Australia conducted a unique fundraising event to donate Rs.5.5 million to help their motherland facing immense difficulties in the health sector.
A musical evening titled ‘Sangayana’ was held at Acacia Ridge st
The annual sports festival of Gothami Balika Vidyalaya Colombo 10 was held recently at the Sugathadasa Stadium recently. Major Hiruni Wimalaratne, an old girl of the school, was the Guest of Honour.
Showers or thundershowers are expected in most parts of the island during the afternoon or night, the Meteorology Department said.
Having the highest annual revenue target of Rs.217 billion in history, the Department of Excise has experienced a tax revenue drop of 35 per cent in the first two months of this year thus far, the Excise sources said.
President Ranil Wickremesinghe called on everyone to join hands with the 25-year plan to make Sri Lanka a prosperous nation by 2048, President’s Media Division (PMD) said.
President Ranil Wickremesinghe, in terms of the Constitution, had no powers to hold a Presidential Election this year, National People’s Power (NPP) MP Vijitha Herath said today.
Claiming that airline agencies in Sri Lanka have reduced prices of air tickets by 20 percent in proportion to the decrease in the price of the US Dollar, Minister of Ports, Shipping and Aviation, Nimal Siripala de Silva said that they agreed to fur
In a letter to President Ranil Wickremesinghe, the Bar Association of Sri Lanka (BASL) has urged that the appointment of the Inspector General of Police be done in a transparent manner so as to establish public confidence in the appointment process.
The unmarried couple who had abandoned a 13-day-old infant in the toilet of the Batticaloa-bound Meenagaya express train today sought court’s permission for the care and full custody of their child after insisting that they will be legally married
Minister of Justice Wijeyadasa Rajapakshe today alleged that some police officers have falsely arrested persons on drug-related offences.
Ravindu Sanka alias Booru Moona has been allegedly taken into custody by persons identifying them as police in front of Awissawella Magistrate’s court when he was on his way to surrender himself to court.
People’s Action for Free and Fair Elections (PAFFREL) has questioned the government whether it was ready to conduct the Local Government election if some party was ready to provide a solution to the financial constraint that the government was clai
The writ petition filed by former President Maithripala Sirisena was today fixed for July 31 by the Court of Appeal. This petition is to be heard before a fuller bench comprising five judges of Court of Appeal on the next hearing date.
The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) has organised a Buddhist tourist train covering 9 places across India and Nepal that impacted Buddha, helping tourists experience his self-disciplined and legendary life, Indian media repor
Claiming that there is no reason for panic or alarm over the spread of Listeria in the Sri Pada area, Registrar in Community Medicine of the National Institute of Health Sciences, Dr. Naveen Soyza said all precautions have been taken by authorities i
State Minister of Finance Shehan Semasinghe said the verification of 1.1 million welfare benefit applications that were received from 334 Divisional Secretariats across the island has been completed.
The father of Nadun Chinthaka Wickramaratne alias “Harak Kata ’’ today filed a writ petition in Court of Appeal seeking an order directing the authorities to take all necessary measures to ensure the safety of the detainee in accordance with th
Two persons were killed and another injured when a car collided with a train at a railway crossing located between the Koggala and Habaraduwa Railway Stations, the Police said.
The Supreme Court today issued a stay order against the holding of Local Authority Elections in respect of the Kalutara Pradeshiya Sabha.
An Army Sergeant and a former army soldier have been arrested for stealing a T56 firearm and 90 rounds of ammunition from the Panagoda Army camp sentry.
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