Items filtered by date: Monday, 10 September 2018
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Army slams criticism from former officers

Strongly refuting the criticisms by some retired army officials who claimed that they were not content with the battle alertness of the Army at present, the Sri Lanka Army (SLA) says that as a professional army it was taking all measures to prevent any resurgence of warfare.

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Sri Lanka queens of Asian netball again

Sri Lanka emerged the Asian region champions in the M1 Asian Netball Championships 2018 after triumphing over host Singapore 69-50 in the final played at OCBC arena, Singapore yesterday.

Published in Sports

Just one month after the Colombo University Alumni Association having entered into a collaboration partnership with the Department of Economics of the University of Colombo to support its final year Internship Programme, the collaboration has now secured over one hundred internship opportunities in the Private Sector.

Published in Business

Billionaire business tycoon Harry Jayawardena will be returning into mega businesses in Sri Lanka beating all other billionaires in island nation, market analysts predicted.

Published in Business

 Highlights endemic absence of clarity on key policy issues
 Warns of distortionary effects from uncertainty over VAT policy  Draws parallels to drop-off in sales in Indonesia; ASEAN countries

Published in Business

AMCHAM, in collaboration with STAX, recently launched the 2018 whitepaper ‘FDI Landscape and Investor Sentiment in Sri Lanka’ at a gathering of business and government leaders including the Hon. Malik Samarawickrama, Minister of Development Strategies and International Trade.

Published in Business

U.S. President Donald Trump said it was "a big and very positive statement" that North Korea staged its latest military parade without its usual display of missiles capable of striking the U.S.

Published in World

U.S. President Donald Trump said it was "a big and very positive statement" that North Korea staged its latest military parade without its usual display of missiles capable of striking the U.S.

Published in World

The Swedish general election has left the two main political blocs almost tied, with the anti-immigration party making gains on its previous results.

Published in World
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