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COVID-19 case count in Sri Lanka reaches 166

COVID-19 case count in Sri Lanka reaches 166

Four more patients have tested positive for COVID-19 as of 10.30 pm today (04), stated the Ministry of Health.

Accordingly, the total count of coronavirus Read more…

Members of clergy opposes idea to reconvene parliament due to current situation

Members of clergy opposes idea to reconvene parliament due to current situation

Members of the clergy chimed in on the issue of reconvening parliament.

Venerable Haegoda Vipassi Thero commenting on the issue said:

“Certain parties are now Read more…

Nursing officers to withdraw from all health services

Nursing officers to withdraw from all health services

The Government Nursing Officers’ Association said today that it has decided to withdraw from all health services islandwide due to alleged ill-treatment of nursing officers Read more…

Lankan govt says curfew in “non-high risk” areas may be lifted after Tamil and Sinhala New Year

Lankan govt says curfew in “non-high risk” areas may be lifted after Tamil and Sinhala New Year

The Sri Lankan government has said that there is a possibility that the curfew imposed on districts which are not in high risk of being Read more…

Dambulla Economic Center closed April 5-7

Dambulla Economic Center closed April 5-7

It has been decided to close the Dambulla Dedicated Economic Center on the next three days from Sunday April 05 through Tuesday April 07.

Dambulla Read more…

The Sri Lankan Silk Road-The Harvard International Review
8 Dec
2012
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The Potential War Between China and the United States

Sri Lanka, the “pearl” of the Indian Ocean, is strategically located within Read more…

Sri Lanka chief judge Bandaranayake found guilty by MPs
8 Dec
2012
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Sri Lanka chief judge Bandaranayake found guilty by MPs »

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A report by a Sri Lankan parliamentary committee has found Chief Justice Shirani Bandaranayake guilty of three charges of misconduct.She could be dismissed Read more…

TNA not for total withdrawal of army from N-E
8 Dec
2012
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TNA not for total withdrawal of army from N-E »

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In an attitude of moderation, the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) told Parliament yesterday that it was wrong to assume that the party wanted Read more…

Maj. Gen. Silva’s nomination opposed
8 Dec
2012
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There has been opposition to the nomination of Maj. Gen. Shavendra Silva as Sri Lanka’s deputy high commissioner in South Africa.The South African Read more…

Delegation of Permanent Members to the UN calls on President
8 Dec
2012
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Delegation of Permanent Members to the UN calls on President »

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A delegation of permanent representatives to the United Nations (UN), including ambassadors from Japan, Bangladesh, Nigeria and Romania, called on President Mahinda Rajapaksa Read more…

Opposition members withdraw from PSC
8 Dec
2012
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Opposition members withdraw from PSC »

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The four Opposition members in the Parliamentary Select Committee (PSC) probing the charges mentioned in the impeachment motion against Chief Justice Dr, Shirani Read more…

US deeply concerned over Sri Lanka’s deteriorating democracy
8 Dec
2012
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US deeply concerned over Sri Lanka’s deteriorating democracy »

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The United States said it remains deeply concerned about actions surrounding the ongoing impeachment trial of Sri Lankan Chief Justice Shirani Bandaranayake.Reiterating the Read more…

Sri Lanka ruling alliance group to sign a petition to safeguard 13th Amendment
8 Dec
2012
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Sri Lanka ruling alliance group to sign a petition to safeguard 13th Amendment »

Sri Lanka’s ruling United People’s Freedom Alliance (UPFA) sources say that a group of ruling alliance political parties and several ministers have initiated Read more…

Team dispatched to probe the burial ground of passengers of Lion Air plane shot down by LTTE
8 Dec
2012
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Team dispatched to probe the burial ground of passengers of Lion Air plane shot down by LTTE »

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A special team of officials has been dispatched to Kilinochchi of Sri Lanka to probe the 1998 tragedy of Lion Air flight 602.The Read more…

‘The government made several attempts to kill me’: Tamil MP -Source:National Post Canada by Stewart Bell
6 Dec
2012
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‘The government made several attempts to kill me’: Tamil MP -Source:National Post Canada by Stewart Bell »

A Sri Lankan opposition politician said Wednesday he wanted his government to investigate allegations that an army officer now in Canada had been Read more…