Ban Ki Moon apologises from Haiti

Ban Ki Moon apologises from Haiti

UN General Secretary Ban Ki Moon has publicly apologized from Haiti for the health risk Haiti has faced because of the Cholera germs. These Cholera germs were brought there by the Nepali Peace Force in 2010. Before 2010 Haiti was free from Cholera. Nepali peace forces stored these Cholera germs in their head quarters but due to a leak of waste water duct these germs spread all around the country.  Read More...

Ban Ki Moon apologises from Haiti

Ban Ki Moon apologises from Haiti

UN General Secretary Ban Ki Moon has publicly apologized from Haiti for the health risk Haiti has faced because of the Cholera germs. Read More...

Strike is over

Strike is over

Private bus associations said that they temporarily hold the strike after discussing with President. Mr. Sarath Kumara who is the chairman Read More...

Diesel vehicles will ban in four main cities of the world

Diesel vehicles will ban in four main cities of the world

Mayors of 4 main cities of the world has said that they are willing to stop entering all kinds of diesel vehicles to those cities from Read More...

Strike 3 days-cancel permits?

Strike 3 days-cancel permits?

Cabinet spokesman Minister Rajitha Senaratne said that if the strike continue for three days government will concern about cancelling Read More...

22-Year history of NFS

22-Year history of NFS

Need for Speed is very popular game among gaming lovers. Now it is passing it’s 22nd year. Here is a video footage which shows Read More...

Kumar Gunaratnam released today

Kumar Gunaratnam released today

Mr. Kumar Gunaratnam who is a politburo member of Front-line Socialist Part (FSP) released from prison today (02). He was in Anuradhapura Read More...

Railway strike called off

Railway strike called off

Scheduled railway strike called off by the organizers. Railway Employees’ Trade Union Federation (RETUF) has discussed with President Read More...

269 New Teachers Appointed

269 New Teachers Appointed

We have to improve and develop our educational system to fulfill the global requirements, said by Minister of Education, Akila Viraj Read More...

Strike 3 days-cancel permits?

Strike 3 days-cancel permits?

Cabinet spokesman Minister Rajitha Senaratne said that if the strike continue for three days government will concern about Read More...

Railway strike called off

Railway strike called off

Scheduled railway strike called off by the organizers. Railway Employees’ Trade Union Federation (RETUF) has discussed Read More...

269 New Teachers Appointed

269 New Teachers Appointed

We have to improve and develop our educational system to fulfill the global requirements, said by Minister of Education, Read More...

China Tour: Mahinda visit Chinese Great Wall

China Tour: Mahinda visit Chinese Great Wall

Former President Mr. Mahinda Rajapaksha in a tour of China these days. He has visited the Chinese Great Wall. China special Read More...

Expecting a Cyclonic storm in North

Expecting a Cyclonic storm in North

Meteorological department noted that there is a depression on South-West Bengal bay 480km away from Trinco. Coast. It is Read More...

Cabinet approval received on new increments

MP Office Rent and attendance allowance increasing

Cabinet approval received for the increasing of 100,000 rupees allowance for office space and increment of daily allowance Read More...

Ready to face doctors strike

Ready to face doctors strike

Medical officers union announced that they are planned to start an island-wide symbolic strike tomorrow (30). Minister of Read More...

Abdul Razeek was re-remanded

Abdul Razeek was re-remanded

Secretary of the organization called Thawhid Jamad, Abdul Razeek was re-remanded till December 9th by Additional Magistrate Read More...

Karuna was Remanded

Karuna to courts

Colombo Magistrate Gihan Pilapitiya remanded Vinayagamurthi Muralidaran alias Karuna Amman till December 7th.  Read More...

Ban Ki Moon apologises from Haiti

Ban Ki Moon apologises from Haiti

UN General Secretary Ban Ki Moon has publicly apologized from Haiti for the health risk Haiti has faced because of the Cholera germs. These Cholera germs were brought there by the Nepali Peace Force in 2010. Before 2010 Haiti was free from Cholera. Nepali peace forces stored these Cholera germs in their head quarters but due to a leak of waste water Read More...

Diesel vehicles will ban in four main cities of the world

Diesel vehicles will ban in four main cities of the world

Mayors of 4 main cities of the world has said that they are willing to stop entering all kinds of diesel vehicles to those cities from 2025. Paris, Mexico, Read More...

Indians must be loyal – Supreme Courts

Indians must be loyal - Supreme Courts

Supreme Courts of India ordered national anthem must be played with a picture of national flag in every start of every cinema in India. Every spectator Read More...

World’s Oldest Person celebrates her 117th birthday

World's Oldest Person celebrates her 117th birthday

Italian woman Emma Morano is the world’s oldest person and she celebrates her 117th birthday yesterday (29). She is believed to be the only person Read More...

Plane crashed with a Brasil Football Team

Plane crashed with a Brasil Football Team

A plane crashed in Colombia with 81 passengers on board. Among those passengers there was a leading football team of Brasil. Authorities suspect that reason Read More...

Israel purchases F-35 from US

Israel purchases F-35 from US

Israel is getting ready to purchase F-35 fighter crafts from US. Reports said that they have ordered 17 air crafts. With these 17, Israel will have total Read More...

5.5 magnitude eartquake hits Nepal

5.5 magnitude eartquake hits Nepal

Intensity of 5.5 Richter scale earthquake has hit Nepal this morning (28). Incident was happened at 5.05 am this morning at a depth of 10km, according Read More...

Gov. doctors and paramedics on strike today

Gov. doctors and paramedics on strike today

GMOA and Combined Paramedics Front launched a token strike island-wide today. Strike started at 8.00 a.m. today (30) and Read More...

Karuna to courts

Karuna to courts

Former Minister Vinayagamurthi Muralidaran alias Karuna Amman appeared in front of Alutkade Courts, Colombo today Read More...

Wimal Kumara de Costa passed away

Vimal Kumara de Costa passed away

Veteran actor Wimal Kumara de Costa has passed away. He passed away in Colombo this afternoon (20) at the age of Read More...

Secretary of SLTJ was arrested

Sri Lanka Thawheed Jamath

Secretary of Sri Lanka Thawheed Jamath (organization), Abdul Razik was arrested by Maligawatta Police today (16). He Read More...

Budget : breaking

Budget receives the Cabinet approval

10% of bank loans allocated to small and medium employers. 250 million to 750 billion loans to small and medium Read More...

22-Year history of NFS 22-Year history of NFS

Need for Speed is very popular game among gaming lovers.

Government planned to implement renewable power plants. Government planned to implement renewable power plants.

Government planned to be installed Renewable power plants in lands,

Authorities not ready to digitize SL television channels Authorities not ready to digitize SL television channels

Sri Lankan television programs are not literally rich, said by

Strike is over

Strike is over

Private bus associations said that they temporarily hold the Read More...

Kumar Gunaratnam released today..

Kumar Gunaratnam released today

Mr. Kumar Gunaratnam who is a politburo member of Front-line Socialist Part (FSP) released from prison Read More...

UNP – SLFP common enemies..

Common enemy is UNP - SLFP

When combined as a one government, it is clear that the common enemy is UNP, said by Chief Minister of Read More...

Do not consume dried chilies from India..

Do not consume dried chilly from India

Large quantity of dried chilies is importing from India daily. An investigation of Sri Lankan Agricultural Read More...

35 of govt. ready to join with Mahinda..

35 of govt. ready to join with Mahinda

Polonnaruwa district MP Roshan Ranasinghe has said in a meeting held on Dimbulagala, 35 of MPs and Ministers Read More...

A License for teachers to enter classrooms..

A License for teachers to enter classrooms

Minister of Education Mr. Akila Viraj Kariyawasam has said that a license will be introduced for school Read More...

Doctors ready to strike..

Government Medical Officers’ Association said that they planned to start a strike against the budget Read More...

SL won the triangular series beating Zimbabwe

SL won the triangular series beating Zimbabwe

Sri Lanka Cricket team today (27) won the triangular series final beating Zimbabwe by 6 wickets. Zimbabwe bated first and scored 160 all out within 36.3 Read More...

Rangana Herath equalize a world record

Rangana Herath equalize a world record

Rangana Herath equalize the world record of 5 wickets for every test team of the world in each innings. He is the third player who equalize this record. He Read More...

Zimbabwe tour – captaincy to Upul Tharanga

Zimbabwe tour - capatancy to Upul Tharanga

Sri Lanka Cricket board said that Upul Tharanga was selected as the captain of forth coming Zimbabwe one day tour. The decision was taken because of both Read More...

Regret the exorbitant media reports – Angelo Mathews

Regret the exorbitant media reports - Angelo Mathews

Captain of Sri Lanka Cricket team Mr. Angelo Mathews said that he regrets about the exorbitant media reports which shows that cricketers are greedy people Read More...

90 million annual to Mathews and 80 million annual to Rangana

sri lanka cricket

694,854,601 rupees total salary has been paid to the members of Sri Lankan Cricket team from March 1, 2015 to April 30, 2016, a weekend news paper reported. During Read More...

Price-down of Gold

Price-down of Gold

In the world market of Gold wend considerably low because of strengthen of US dollar. Price of gold ounce reported 1181 USD in last weekend. According to the current situation it reduced by 125 dollars Read More...

Pomegranate plantation in success

Pomegranate plantation in success

Department of Agriculture of Sri Lanka said that pomegranate cultivation under the program of ‘fruit villages’ is successful. This program planted pomegranate in several districts of the country Read More...

The new VAT is…

The new VAT is...

Yesterday (13) received the Minister Board approval for the new VAT amendments. Therefore it will be directed to the parliament for discussion. According to new amendments 15% Read More...

Bandaranayake Airport Comes to Top-Ten Worse Airports of Asia

Katunayake airport

A website has done a survey of what are the worst airports in Asia. Results has came out and 10th place came to the Bandaranayake International Airport of Katunayake. First place Read More...

Elephant Pass salt to the market after 25 years

elephant pass salt pan

Elephant pass was lost of control in past 30 years war. Therefore the salt pan also inactive during about 25 years. Now it comes to the civilians hands and therefore the crop get Read More...

Gov. doctors and paramedics on strike today

Gov. doctors and paramedics on strike today GMOA and Combined Paramedics Front launched a token strike island-wide today. Strike started at 8.00 a.m. today (30) and continue till..

Gov. doctors and paramedics on strike today

Gov. doctors and paramedics on strike today GMOA and Combined Paramedics Front launched a token strike island-wide today. Strike started at 8.00 a.m. today (30) and continue till..
Gov. doctors and paramedics on strike today

Gov. doctors and paramedics on strike today

GMOA and Combined Paramedics Front launched a token strike island-wide today. Strike started at 8.00 a.m. today (30) and continue till..
Gov. doctors and paramedics on strike today

Gov. doctors and paramedics on strike today

GMOA and Combined Paramedics Front launched a token strike island-wide today. Strike started at 8.00 a.m. today (30) and continue till..
Gov. doctors and paramedics on strike today

Gov. doctors and paramedics on strike today

GMOA and Combined Paramedics Front launched a token strike island-wide today. Strike started at 8.00 a.m. today (30) and continue till..