Items filtered by date: Wednesday, 14 November 2018

Getting to the top really does come from chasing your passion.
By Todd RoseOgi Ogas

"Photo Taken In Bremen, Germany"
"Photo Taken In Bremen, Germany"

Published in TipTops

Through Spider-Man, the X-Men and many other characters, the late Stan Lee sought to make a positive and lasting difference.

Published in Entertainment
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Chokolaate crowns new musical talent

The most sought after teen magazine in Sri Lanka Chokolaate for the third consecutive year created a platform for young musical talent to emerge through Centerstage 2018. After grueling semi-finals in four categories, namely Solo Singing, Group Singing, Band and the latest Beat-Boxing category, the Grand Finale was held on October 26 at the Bishops College Auditorium.

Published in Entertainment

Facebook said Tuesday it had been unable to determine who was behind dozens of fake accounts it took down shortly before the 2018 U.S. midterm elections.

Published in Tech

Mist rises from the ripped-up and muddy earth as moist soil meets chilly morning air. This field deep within in West Virginia's Monongahela National Forest looks more like a Game of Thrones battleground than a woodlands restoration project.

Published in Tech

Speaker Karu Jayasuriya summoned Parliament to meet at 10.00 a.m. today, hours after the Supreme Court stayed the gazette notification dissolving Parliament.

Published in Sri Lanka
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Victory for the people - Ranil

UNP leader Ranil Wickremesinghe said yesterday that the Supreme Court Interim Order on the Dissolution of Parliament was a victory for the people. Wickremesinghe said they salute the Judiciary and the political parties and civic organisations that came forward to defend the Constitution and democracy. Later in a Twitter message, he said : “The people have won their first victory. Let us go forward and re-establish the sovereignty of the people in our beloved country”.

Published in Sri Lanka

Namal Rajapaksa labelledrumours circulating last night that Prime Minister and former President Mahinda Rajapaksa would resign as completely false.

Published in Sri Lanka

Supporters of Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa yesterday insisted that the stay order issued by the Supreme Court had not cancelled the dissolution of Parliament and they would decide whether to attend Parliament after a meeting this morning.

Published in Politics
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EC activities halted – Deshapriya

According to the Supreme Court decision, activities connected to Parliamentary Elections have been discontinued with immediate effect, Elections Commission Chairman, Mahinda Deshapriya said.

Published in Sri Lanka
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