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  • Kerry hails UNHRC on Sri Lanka

    Kerry hails UNHRC on Sri Lanka

    US Secretary of State John Kerry, today hailed the role played by the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) on Sri Lanka. In his speech during the High Level segment of the 28th session of the UNHRC, which ...

  • President to meet Elections Commissioner

    President to meet Elections Commissioner

    President Maithripala Sirisena is expected to meet Elections Commissioner Mahinda Deshapriya to discuss the proposed electoral reforms. Cabinet Spokesperson, Minister Rajitha Senaratne has said the in...

  • Government to revive investigations into allegations of CSE

    Government to revive investigations into allegations of CSE

    The government has decided to revive the investigations into allegations of Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE) manipulations during the previous regime. Deputy Policy Planning and Economic Affairs Minister,...

  • State doctors threaten to strike

    State doctors threaten to strike

    The Government Medical Officers' Association (GMOA) has threatened to commence an island wide strike from Friday, March 06. The GMOA has said that the doctors would launch the strike action if the...

  • Microsoft Partners Ewis to Launch Local Low Cost Hybrid Tablet

    Microsoft Partners Ewis to Launch Local Low Cost Hybrid Tablet

     How do you make a nine inch tablet affordable to a Sri Lankan buyer?  The answer to this question is simple enough. It has to be designed and assembled locally and that is what EWIS has don...

  • Foreign help in corruption probe

    Foreign help in corruption probe

    The government said that it has sought assistance from India, the US and Britain to help investigate financial fraud allegations against the former government. Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said...

  • Helmet laws reinforced

    Helmet laws reinforced

    Wearing full face helmets by motorcyclists has been banned from 21 March, Police sources said. The reason to this move is that during the recent past number of crimes have happened wearing helmets ...

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