Items filtered by date: Saturday, 11 August 2018

Sudarshana Muthuthanthri will lead Sri Lanka rugby team at the Asian Games in Jakarta.

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CSE edges down

Reuters: Shares ended marginally lower yesterday, pulling away from their highest close in more than two weeks, while foreign buying in market heavyweight John Keells Holdings boosted turnover.

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Saberion (Pvt) Limited, a leading local technology services provider specializing in bespoke web and mobile software development and cloud infrastructure solutions, announced that effective 9 July 2018, the organization was certified to be compliant with the stringent ISO 9001:2015 standards for Development and Architecture of Web and Mobile Applications, Workflow Management Systems and Cloud Infrastructure. The ISO audit found zero non-conformances at the Saberion facilities in Colombo, Sri Lanka. The certificate was presented to Saberion by officials from Bureau Veritas Certification Holdings SAS – UK.

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The British Council in Sri Lanka has appointed Third Space Global at Orion City as a reseller of its popular English assessment tool known as ‘Aptis’. This new partnership is intended to make it easier for organizations to access Aptis to assess the English language proficiency of their staff.

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Mr. DushanSoza District Governor of THE ROTARY CLUB and Mr. SenakeAmerasinghe, its past District Governor called on the Minister of Finance & Mass Media, Hon. Mangala Samaraweera at the Finance Ministry today. The Hon.Minister greatly appreciated the yeomen service rendered by the Rotary Club for Sri Lanka, especially in the Health Sector.

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The Turkish lira suffered its worst one-day loss in a decade Friday after President Donald Trump announced that the United States would hike tariffs, prompting investor confidence to slump.

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Pakistan will have unilaterally fenced “sensitive areas” along the country’s largely porous border with Afghanistan by the end of the year, discouraging terrorist infiltration in either direction, officials told VOA on Friday.

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