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Thu, 23 Sep 2021
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
Central Environmental Authority has confirmed that the remnants of the X-press pearl which caught fire had not caused any serious environmental damage to the sea belt from Wennapuwa to Kalpitiya.
Leaders of political parties which represent Parliament on June 7 2021 to decide on the fate of Parliament sessions next week
Three police personnel belonging to Parliament police division have been tested COVID-19, positive, Serjeant-at-arms Narendra Fernando confirmed yesterday.
Sri Lanka Public Health Inspectors’ Association said haphazard behaviour of the public who ignored the health guidelines
THEY TOO SUCCUMBED TO COVID-19
Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna (SLPP) Panduwasnuwara Pradeshiya Sabha Chairman R. P. D. Sunil Jayaweera, who was receiving treatment at the IDH Hospital for COVID-19, died yesterday.
A female lecturer at the University of Jaffna has died yesterday at the Jaffna Teaching Hospital with COVID-19.
Allaying what he called misconceptions and apprehensions about the Colombo Port City Economic Commission Act, Education Minister Prof. G.L. Peiris said the new law will operate well within the framework of the structures and institutions which are pa
Whilst alleging that the ship MV X-press Pearl might have been allowed to come into Sri Lankan waters despite the nitric acid leak to enable remitting of some dollars in the form of insurance claims, the Samagi Jana Balawegaya (SJB) yesterday
The doctor produced a title deed to establish his possession of the land which he had purchased from another individual
This stock of Kerala Ganja has been discovered when checking four fertiliser bags abandoned in the beach
17 workers had been injured in the incident and admitted to hospital
Those infected included four individuals from a nearby estate employed in the livestock farm
The victims are temporarily staying in day care centres and library buildings of the estate
The Government was fishing in troubled waters by trying to pass the Port City Economic Commission Bill in Parliament in a hur
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