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Rupee closes near record low

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CID grills Fonseka for 4 hours

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Mangala musters patriotism

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Govt. to convert SL into technology hub: Harin

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Items filtered by date: Wednesday, 08 August 2018

Singer W. Premarathna passes away

Veteran singer W. Premarathna passed away this morning at the age of 75 at the Colombo National Hospital, hospital sources said.

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Speaker to make special statement next week

Speaker Karu Jayasuriya had informed the leaders of political parties represented in Parliament that he will make a special statement on the Opposition Leader’s post when Parliament meets next week.

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Govt to recruit 20,000 grads to public sector

The Government is planning to absorb 20,000 graduates to the public sector in 2018. Minister of Public Administration and Management, Law and Order, Ranjith Madduma Bandara yesterday (7), told Parliament that Cabinet had approved the recruitment of these graduates.

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Dongsung Bio introduces Hot6 Nutritious energy drink to SL market

Hot6 Nutritious energy drink manufactured by Chilsung Beverage Co Ltd, a subsidiary of South Korea’s Lotte Group, has been introduced to the Sri Lankan market by Dongsung Bio (Pvt) Ltd. Dongsung Bio is the only authorized dealer for Hot 6 and the product is available in all Cargills supermarkets, pharmacies and grocery stores.

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July tourist arrivals up 6%

Total tourist arrivals to Sri Lanka during July reached 217,829, the latest data released by the Government revealed yesterday, posting a growth of 6% over the previous year's corresponding period and pushing cumulative arrivals to 1.2 million.

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