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XPress Pearl was random; If Captain had informed in advance, disaster...

Minister of Ports & shipping Rohitha Abeygunawardhana speaking in Parliament today said that had the Captain of the fire gutter Pearl Xpress...

Tuk charges increased to Rs.50/= Per Km following fuel price hike

Sudil Dilruk, President of the All Ceylon Three Wheelers 'and Owners' Association states that following the recent increase in fuel prices trishaw...

Tender scam at Sports Ministry over gym equipment

Concerns have been raised regarding a tender for the purchase of fitness and exercise equipment for a gymnasium at the Department of...

Basil set to enter Parliament; MP to resign?

Basil Rajapaksa may return to Parliament as an SLPP National List MP. According to informed sources, the SLPP founder was...

Police dispatched to seize President Gotabaya’s effigy during protest – (Video)

An effigy of President Gotabaya Rajapaksa put on display in front of the Fort Railway station during a protest launched by the...

Treasure excavated during Ampara road development project; Authorities mum (Video)

An attempt to dig for hidden treasure on the pretext of developing a dilapidated stretch of road in Bakpitiya located within the...

SL among countries unable to provide second dose of COVID19 vaccine...

Between 30 to 40 countries are unable to provide second doses of a Covid-19 vaccine, especially those expecting jabs from AstraZeneca, officials...

Gammanpila’s Ministry to obtain USD 1Bn loan from private lending agencies

The Government has decided to obtain a loan of USD 1 billion from international private lending agencies to set off interest payments...

Not only turtles, but whales also die & wash ashore during...

Minister Chamal Rajapaksa commenting on the washing shore of dead sea dwelling species including turtles and dolphins says that it is common...

SL Police crackdown on starving fishermen protest; Protesters groped by genitals...

Police cracked down on a large protest organized by fishermen of Modara yesterday, whose livelihoods have been jeopardized owing to the MV...