Items filtered by date: Tuesday, 29 May 2018

Your success is dependent on your own belief and feeling of self-satisfaction, not external validation from others. Read this back to yourself the next time you start doubting and questioning all the sources from which you derive your sense of accomplishment. Unless you’re in a direct 1:1 competition where a clear winner and loser is decided, let your success be by your own definition.

Published in TipTops

The FBI warned on Friday that foreign cybercriminals had compromised "hundreds of thousands" of home and small-office router devices around the world which direct traffic on the internet by forwarding data packets between computer networks.

Published in Tech

Australia's Great Barrier Reef, under severe stress in a warmer, more acidic ocean, has returned from near-extinction five times in the past 30,000 years, researchers said Monday.

Published in Tech

Solo: A Star Wars Story, the latest prequel in the huge film franchise, has failed to make the impact Disney had hoped in North America.

Published in Entertainment

Saif Ali Khan has now actively taken the charge of daughter Sara Ali Khan’s Bollywood career as the newcomer has been facing unending issues with regard to her debut film. After the fallout between the makers of her first project ‘Kedarnath’, director Abhishek Kapoor’s production house Guy In The Sky Pictures had dragged her to the court over her date issues. But Saif Ali Khan came to Sara’s rescue and has now convinced the opposing parties to settle it out of the court.

Published in Entertainment

The Jaffna, Kilinochchi and Mullaitivu districts will be incorporated to the country’s overall development process, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said.

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SIX PRISONERS ESCAPE

Six remand inmates who had been brought to the Baddegama Magistrate’s Court for their respective trials yesterday escaped from the custody of prison officers.

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JO leaders to meet MR tomorrow

All party leaders of the Joint Opposition (JO) will meet former President Mahinda Rajapaksa tomorrow (30) in Colombo, to discuss the 20th Amendment to the Constitution, brought by the JVP as a private members’ Bill in Parliament, to abolish the executive presidency.

Published in Sri Lanka

Rs 90 million has been so far allocated, by the National Insurance Trust Fund (NITF), for emergency relief expenses, Chairman of the NITF Manjula de Silva said. However, he went on to note that when the full claims are recorded and notified, the money allocated thus far may increase by Rs100 million.

Published in Sri Lanka
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Call to reduce price of chicken

The All-Island Poultry Business Owners (AIPBO) has requested the government to reduce the price of a kilogram of chicken by Rs 75 and to introduce a standardized price for corn, a widely used animal fodder in the industry.  AIPBO Chairman Ajith Gunasekara said that the poultry industry is witnessing a collapse due to the lack of concessions when it comes to the supply and availability of appropriate animal food such as corn and other grain products.

Published in Sri Lanka
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