Locomotive Engine Drivers Union say that they will enter a strike action with effect from today evening (24) if their issues are not addressed by the authorities. MORE...
- Increased liking towards President’s speeches – Samarasinghe
- MR didn’t instruct us to safeguard Ravi - Bandula
- Fisheries Act to be amended; stiff fines on trespassing boats
- Singapore PM ‘very glad’ negotiations for FTA with Sri Lanka went smoothly
- ‘Surangani’ singer Manohar passes away
- Activists fight ban on women buying or selling alcohol
- Engine drivers to enter trade union action if issues not addressed
- Sri Lanka seeks more jobs for skilled workers in Qatar
- Priority bus lane system a success - Prof. Amal Kumarage
- Northern Naval Command seize 110 kgs of Kerala cannabis
A haul of Kerala cannabis worth over Rs. 10 million was recovered by the Northern Naval Command in Maradankeni, Thaleiadi last evening (23). MORE...
The priority bus lane system has brought convenience to many parties and a majority of passengers are optimistic about it, said Prof. Amal Kumarage of Moratuwa University.MORE...
Sri Lanka is seeking more job opportunities in Qatar for skilled workers in different sectors and it would organise an employment promotion event tomorrow. MORE..
Sri Lanka rights activists Tuesday asked the island’s top court to reject a presidential order that restored a decades-old ban on women buying or selling alcohol, calling the move discriminatory. MORE..
While Sri Lanka is in the process of negotiating free trade agreements (FTA) with several partners, Singapore is the first to complete one with them, and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said he is “very glad” that negotiations went smoothly. MORE..
Minister Mahinda Samarasinghe says that the public is showing a keen interest to listen to the valuable statements being made by President Maithripala Sirisena on the election stage. MORE..
UPFA MP Bandula Gunawardena denies that former President Mahinda Rajapaksa instructed the Joint Opposition’s parliamentary group to refrain from speaking out against former Finance Minister Ravi Karunanayake and the allegations levelled against him. MORE..
The Ministry of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Development has taken steps to draft a Bill for amending the Fisheries Act No 59 of 1979 (Foreign Fisheries Boats Regulation Act) and it will be presented to the Parliament for approval. MORE..
Uva Province Chief Minister Chamara Sampath Dassanayake, who surrendered to police in connection with the allegations that he allegedly forced a female school principal to kneel, has been granted bail by the Badulla Magistrate’s Court. MORE..
The reports of the Bond Commission and the Commission of Inquiry appointed to investigate into serious acts of fraud and corruption have been presented in Parliament, a short while ago. MORE..
The Government of Sri Lanka today signed a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with Singapore at the Presidential Secretariat in Colombo. MORE..
The Ministry of Finance and Media has rejected news reports published in certain media alleging that the gazette notification issued by Minister of Finance and Mass Media Mangala Samaraweera on January 18, 2018 had raised the taxes on essential food items. MORE..
The Supreme Court today rejected the petition filed by the Sri Lanka Podujana Peramunda (SLPP) over the rejection of its nomination lists for Panadura, Agalawatte, Mahiyanganaya and Thirippane local government authorities. MORE..
Lotus Road in Colombo has been temporarily closed for traffic due to an ongoing protest. MORE..
Uva Province Chief Minister Chamara Sampath Dassanayake has surrendered to police in connection with incident where he allegedly forced a female school principal to kneel at his feet. MORE..
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Sri Lankan batsman Kusal Janith Perera has been ruled out of the ongoing Tri-Nation series in Dhaka due to an injury, Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) announced today. MORE..
A brilliant opening knock by Kusal Janith Perera followed by a calculated, well constructed innings by captain Dinesh Chandial saw Sri Lanka surpass the total of 198 set by Zimbabwe earlier today. MORE...
Thisara Perera prospered with the short balls that once made him a penetrative limited-overs operator. more...
Zimbabwe won the toss and elected to bat first at the fourth One Day International in the Tri-Nation series. Sri Lanka will be hoping to secure a win while Zimbabwe will be aiming for a place in the final. MORE...
‘Royal Rugby Fiesta 2018’ organized by the Group of ‘91 will be held on Sunday 21st January at Havelock’s grounds, kicking-off at 8.30 am. MORE...
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LXORY isn’t exactly a major company in the wireless charging business, but they’ve managed to become the first to release a wireless charger with an input for Apple’s Lightning cables, via 9to5Mac. MORE...
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Pop singer from the ‘70s, A E Manohar, popularly known as ‘Ceylon Manohar’, passed away on January 22 at his residence in Chennai. The actor-singer was reportedly suffering from kidney ailments. He was 73. MORE..
Singer Ed Sheeran has shared news of his engagement and added that “our cats are chuffed as well”. The musician revealed he and girlfriend Cherry Seaborn are engaged on Instagram. MORE...
Kim Kardashian West took to Twitter on Friday to announce the name of the third child that she and husband Kanye West have welcomed into the world. The baby girl was named Chicago West. MORE...
The Cranberries singer Dolores O’Riordan was ‘dreadfully depressed’ before her sudden death in a hotel aged 46, friends of the troubled singer have revealed. MORE...