Items filtered by date: September 2018
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Private bus fare hike, Rs.12 unchanged

A 4% percent price revision has been sanctioned for private buses from midnight today.

Published in Sri Lanka
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JO divided into Mahinda, Gota camps - JVP

The Joint Opposition group is now clearly divided into two camps known as the Mahinda Camp and Gota Camp , JVP leader MP Anura Kumara Dissanayake said.

Published in Politics
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SLFP G15 to boycott SLFP CC meetings

Parliamentarian Lakshman Yapa Abeywardena said that they have decided to boycott the Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) Central Committee (CC) meetings till the Party decides to leave the Unity Government.

Published in Politics

Sri Lanka made their way to the semi finals of the first ever Asia Men’s Volleyball Challenge Cup yesterday at the Suagathdasa stadium when thy trounced United Arab Emirates in a convincing three sets to nil win (25-20, 25-17, 25-15).

Published in Sports

In keeping with its strategy of optimising and rationalising market opportunities throughout its route network, SriLankan Airlines said yesterday it will be introducing a range of significant changes to the winter schedule.

Published in Business

The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) ha stepped into Improve Solid Waste Management in Uva Province

Published in Business

Sri Lanka motor traders are to be greatly affected by the Central Bank’s recent directive of imposing upfront payment for letters of credit (LCs) in the wake of depreciation of the rupee, vehicle importers complained.

Published in Business

Central Bank has taken a far reaching initiative in creating awareness on it services and activities among the people and school children countrywide while providing and easy access to banks’ services.

Published in Business

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has welcomed the "important commitments" made by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at a summit with his South Korean counterpart this week.

Published in World

U.S. counterterrorism officials say despite major strides in combating and regaining territory from terror groups like Islamic State and al-Qaida, the terror landscape has grown more complex.

Published in World