Tea production could sharply fall if fertilizer supplies reduce
Customers, partners and competition
Crop intake may be falling in some areas
The council held its 51st AGM on the 14th of July
The strike will deprive tens of thousands of Sri Lanka’s students of virtual education.
The exam will take place from February 21 to March 03, the education minister said.
Prices ease in the second week
Unvaccinated children (aged two to eighteen) accompanying their parents must undergo a PCR test on the seventh day.
In the five months to May 2021 Sri Lanka had produced 134.72mn kilograms up 30.6-pct from Covid-19 hit
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Third wave led to a dip in May
Partially or non-vaccinated arrivals in bio-bubble
The events industry has been closed for over a year and most companies are on the brink of bankruptcy
A study by the University of Moratuwa has found that 60 per cent of the air pollution was caused by vehicle emissions.
Up to 800,000 hectares of rice is expected to sown in the upcoming season
Up to one year visa planned
Trips will continue to be increased in the future upon further discussion, an official said.
If the bill is passed, said Wijeratne, students will lose their rights and free education itself will be in peril.
Radial capacity up over 30-pct in 2021
The collection to represent unity
The June arrivals of 1,614 were slightly up from 1,497 in May
Meanwhile Sri Lankans can return to the island without obtaining prior approval from the foreign ministry.
The SLRA has also requested permission to re-open some of the sectors that are currently closed.
The first factory ready to produce in an year
Tax relief up to 10 years for larger investments
The current Yala season is expected to product 1.5 million tonnes of paddy.