Items filtered by date: Wednesday, 19 September 2018

The Permanent High Court at Bar has decided to hold daily hearings from October 29 on the case filed against the former President’s Chief of Staff Gamini Senarath and three others.

Published in Sri Lanka

The five-member Delimitation Review Committee, appointed to review the Report on Delimitation of Electorates in Provincial Councils, is scheduled to assemble tomorrow (20).

Published in Politics

The Cost of Living Committee, which met last evening, has recommended to increase a 12.5 kg cylinder of gas by Rs.195.

Published in Sri Lanka

Speaker Karu Jayasuriya informed Parliament yesterday that he summoned IGP Pujith Jayasundara to his office on Monday and discussed the alleged plot to assassinate the President and former defence Secretary Gotabaya Rajapaksa, for more than one hour.

Published in Sri Lanka
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Pyxle Celebrates 15 Years with Vision 2.0

Enterprise technology solution provider, Pyxle, celebrates 15 years of success this year. The company marked this milestone with the launch of its new workspace and brand Pyxle 2.0 - a fresh vision for the next decade at a company that has evolved from its humble beginnings to become an industry pacesetter, delivering digital transformation and technology solutions to clients across four continents.

Published in Business

The Enterprise Sri Lanka projects which was launched by the Ministry of Finance and Mass media to inspire, assist and create a minimum of 100,000 new entrepreneurs has received Rs 8 billion ( USD 50 Million) from the Asian Development Bank for the rooftop solar power generation project

Published in Business

Central Banks Public Debt Department will be shifted to the Ministry of Finance by introducing amendments to the country’s monetary act next year.

Published in Business

Sri Lanka’s central expressway project has struck in midway owing to the delay in Phase 1 and 3 of the project, Minister of Public Enterprise & Kandy City Development Lakshman Kiriella claimed.

Published in Business

South Korean President Moon Jae-in and the North's Kim Jong-un have hailed a new future for the two Koreas, signing a wide-ranging agreement in Pyongyang.

Published in World

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday called the downing of a Russian military plane by Syria "a chain of tragic, accidental circumstances," tamping down what could have turned into a tense situation with Israel.

Published in World