Items filtered by date: Wednesday, 02 May 2018

Too many people think dreaming big is the way to success—it's not.

Published in TipTops
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Facebook to Offer Dating Service

Facebook will offer its first dating service, Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said on Tuesday, signaling the entry of the world's largest social network into a growing market that sent shares of established dating site operators tumbling.

Published in Tech

Wanted: A million people willing to share their DNA and 10 years of health habits, big and small, for science.

Published in Tech

Putting a final end to all the speculations and rumours, Anil Kapoor and family has released an official statement in collaboration with the Ahujas confirming Sonam Kapoor and beau Anand Ahuja’s wedding to be held on May 8 in Mumbai.

Published in Entertainment

Kim Kardashian has broken her silence on the Tristan Thompson scandal, following allegations he cheated on her sister, Khloe, while she was pregnant.

Published in Entertainment
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Govt. will have fresh start: PM

The Yahapalana government will march forward with a fresh program, supported by a newly appointed Cabinet despite unreasonable criticisms, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said.

Published in Sri Lanka

Reduction of ministries to 42
Wijeyadasa gets higher education and Cultural Affairs
Agriculture goes to Mahinda Amaraweera Duminda gets Irrigation, Water Management and Disaster Management
Two portfolios earlier held by UPFA goes to UNP

Published in Politics

Commemorating the 25th Death Anniversary of the late President Ranasinghe Premadasa, 2,721 families were provided with title deeds, houses and other relief yesterday at the ceremony, held opposite the late President’s statue at Hulftsdrop in Colombo, yesterday morning.

Published in Sri Lanka

Lanka’s UN Ambassador addresses High Level Meeting on Peacebuilding and Sustaining Peace

Published in Security
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Sugandhika Fernando challenges BASL

Attorney-at-Law Sugandhika Fernando said yesterday (1) that she had documentary evidence and eyewitnesses to prove the recent allegations that she had made regarding the misconduct of certain lawyers and judicial malpractices.

Published in Security
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