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Fri, 06 Aug 2021
A writ petition has been filed in Court of Appeal seeking an order quashing the contract awarded to supply security stickers to an Indian printing company by the Excise Department.
Sri Lankan born Nuwan Sameera Gunawardena, who is living in Japan as a budding entrepreneur in tourism, had a rare opportunity to bear the Olympic torch in the torch relay in Shimane, Japan recently.
Nuwan Sameera, who came to Japan 19 years ago a
SJB MP Harin Fernando yesterday called Minister of Public Security Sarath Weerasekera for a public debate on the Easter Sunday attack. MP Fernando made this call after coming out of the CID where he was questioned for six h
While claiming that the all citizens above 30 years of age would be vaccinated within the next two months, Minister of Sports and Youth Affairs Namal Rajapaksa yesterday expressed hope that the inter provincial travel restrictions could be lifted soo
The programme focuses on reducing greenhouse gas emissions as well as all gaseous pollutants in the atmosphere
The Perahera was attended by PM Mahinda Rajapaksa
In a recent study the University of Peradeniya has identified a locally produced herbal immune booster ideal for many new respiratory viruses.
Peradeniya University’s Senior P
Clarifying its stance on revoking the reissued liquor manufacturing license to W. M. Mendis & Co., the government said that they cannot justify letting a company, whose owners are involved in the infamous bond scam allegations to restart its operatio
A herd of wild elephants which roamed into the Siyambalagaswewa village at Mahakumbukkadawala had caused much
One disappeared when a boat with three men on board holding a drinking party in the Bolgoda river capsized. Two others had managed to escape unhurt.
Police said a y
The carcass of a hill country tigress lying near the Glasgow estate factory in Agarapathana was recovered by Police yesterday.
Students of the Rajarata University staged a protest in front of the Anuradhapura main bus stand demanding the government withdraw the proposed Kotalawala Private University Bill. The protest organised by the Inter University Student Federation
Commercial Crime Investigation Unit of the CID yesterday reported to Court that the Attorney General had informed that it w
The Samagi Jana Balawegaya (SJB) Parliamentary group who met yesterday has decided to go ahead and select suitable candidates for the next local government elections, its Senior Vice President Lakshman Kiriella said yesterday.
A carpentry village was established at Willorawatta in Moratuwa with the participation of 75 small scale carpenters who were provid
The colour washing of the Sacred Mihintale Maha Seya and adjacent buildings was completed and handed over to the Chief Incumbent of the Mihintale Raja Maha Viharaya Ven. Dr. Walawahengu
Wildlife Conservators are providing treatment to a wild elephant found lying in a critical condition on the bank of the Kagama Tank at Ihala Ipalogama with gunshot injuries.
Wild life Cons
Issuance of birth and death certificates via computer technology commenced recently in Gampaha for the first time in the Western Province under the patronage of Registrar General W. M. M. B. Weeraseka
Investigations have revealed that the recent bushfire on the Balungala Hill in Welimada had been caused by a gas balloon.
President Gotabaya Rajapaksa’s speech on Friday (25) failed to address the issues facing the public but used this nationally televised address as an opportunity to present excuses for why he and his Go
Export of conch shells lesser than 70mm in diameter are currently prohibited
Customs officers seized an illegally imported stock of cigarettes worth Rs.28 million today, Customs Spokesman and Deputy Director (Legal) Sudatta Silva said.
He said the st
The final competition to represent Sri Lanka in the Grand Finale of the 20th “Chinese Bridge” International Competition will be held on Saturday, June 26th via Zoom Technology.
The ‘Chinese Bridge’ spo
Minister of Sports and Youth Affairs Namal Rajapaksa’s request to mete out justice to those youth held in prison, without pen
92 factory employees are Indian
The victims of the recent floods in Gampaha staged a protest on Saturday and yesterday for the reckless action by the previous govern
Government MP Gevindu Cumaratunga said the introduction of organic farming was a challenge Sri Lanka should overcome with the same spirit it displayed in defeating the scourge of LTTE terrorism .
MP Cumaratunga who s
Full Cream Milk Powder (FCMP) importers are contemplating to increase the retail price of one kg of FCMP packet by Rs.350 and to increase the 400 grams packet by Rs.140 in the near future.
They said they have already for
Five close associates of drug trafficker Nadun Chinthaka Wickramaratne alias ‘Harak Kata’, who is operating from Dubai, hav
India becomes the first country to partner with Sri Lanka in fulfilling the vision of the President of Sri Lanka Gotabaya Rajapaksa, to ensure that 70 percent of Sri Lanka’s national power requirements are fulfilled by renewable energy sou
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