Items filtered by date: Tuesday, 18 September 2018

Recovery centers are sending patients home early, and new data shows that the odds of adequate recovery are reduced as a result.

Published in TipTops

An increasing number of robots are being created and designed to work side by side with humans, in a human environment. That means robots have to be structured like a person, because some of them have to walk and sit like a person. Some robots are even being designed to look human.

Published in Tech

NASA chiefs going back 30 years have come together to mark the space agency's 60th anniversary.

Published in Tech

It seems like actor Vadivelu’s problems are far from over. The Producers Council has requested all its members in the Tamil film industry to not cast the popular comedian in their films in future. The ban on Vadivelu is the result of his alleged non-cooperation to sort out the differences with the makers of Imsai Arasan 24am Pulikesi.

Published in Entertainment

Two Stranger Things fans were treated to a wedding in the Upside Down, thanks to star David Harbour.

Published in Entertainment

Stressing the importance of properly fulfilling duties and responsibilities, President Maithripala Sirisena yesterday gave a clarification on his decision to summon the staff of the Sri Lankan Embassy in Austria, back to the country last week.

Published in Sri Lanka

China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) will be a massive economic opportunity for Sri Lanka, assured Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe, while also allaying concerns surrounding the country’s sovereignty.

Published in Sri Lanka
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JOHNSTON’S BAIL APPLICATION REFUSED

A revision application filed by former Minister Johnston Fernando seeking an interim order to release him on bail was yesterday refused by Court of Appeal.

Published in Politics

President Maithripala Sirisena would be contesting the 2020 Presidential elections, a senior SLFP Minister revealed yesterday.

Published in Politics

The Tamil people must wage a war unto death against forcible colonization by the Sinhala people as well as the setting up of Buddhist temples in the North, said TNA Kilinochchi District MP S. Sridharan.

Published in Security
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