Items filtered by date: Tuesday, 14 August 2018

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Published in TipTops

Even if you have “Location History” off, Google often stores your precise location. Here’s how to delete those markers and some best-effort practices that keep your location as private as possible.

Published in Tech

You know your cholesterol, your blood pressure ... your heart gene score? Researchers say a new way of analyzing genetic test data may one day help identify people at high risk of a youthful heart attack in time to help.

Published in Tech

“I hate getting tagged. I don’t like people telling me that ‘He does good action or he keeps doing patriotic stuff’. I feel suffocated when they try to put me in a corner, I feel like running away from it. I hate it. That’s why I’m doing films like Housefull 4, Hera Pheri 3, Kesari, Good News and a horror-comedy,” he said in a group interview.

Published in Entertainment

Aretha Franklin is "seriously ill" and receiving hospice care in Detroit, according to US media.

Published in Entertainment
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Houses for Ranaviru Real Star finalists

Thirty five members of the Security Forces who were selected to the final round of the Ranaviru Real Star-5th Mission received the ownership of new houses from President Maithiripala Sirisena at a ceremony held at Prabuddhagama in Madurawala, Horana.

Published in Sri Lanka

Secretary to the Education Ministry Sunil Hettiarachchi and U.S. Peace Corps/Sri Lanka Country Director Kris Besch signed a new Memorandum of Understanding on August 9 to formalize support for English education by bringing U.S. Peace Corps Volunteers back to Sri Lanka.

Published in Sri Lanka

The Mass Media and Finance Ministry has extended the deadline for accepting applications for the Presidential Media Awards 2018, till August 31.

Published in Sri Lanka

Justice and Prison Reforms Minister Thalatha Atukorale yesterday said she will arrest illegal activities in prisons.

Published in Security

The US Department of State has announced it will provide approximately $39 million in foreign military financing for Sri Lanka, pending Congressional approval. On 7 August, US Department of State Spokesperson Heather Nauert commented:

Published in Security
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