“It was a good discussion. We were quite frank,” said de Silva.
“We can clearly see the split in the SLPP,” he added.
Conflicts and tensions among big powers are complicating the policy environment for the rest
The spiritual leader turned 88 in July
Sri Lanka's trade relations with Iran is hit by the US sanctions in 2012
Potential to increase economic cooperation and enhance people to people contact through education opportunities
Anti-corruption legislation enactment delayed because Anti-Corruption Commission grappling with recruiting trained staff
By becoming 69th party to the treaty Sri Lanka reaffirmed its commitment towards nuclear disarmament in favor of harmony
A planned 'Online Safety' Law can be further amended or challenged in the Supreme Court Wickremesinghe told Meta
Bangladesh Prime Minister said she had not expected Sri Lanka to pay back the loan so fast
Likely to drive away tech investments.
Sri Lanka is open to collaboration with any global partners willing to respect its autonomy, the president said.
Need to align labor laws with global standards like ILO’s C190 and C180
Senior DIG CID Ravi Seneviratne suggests there are several areas that merit further investigations
Higher Education Ministry to introduce new regulations and a hotline for tips against ragging in universities
Brain drain from the South to the North and the resulting loss of educated manpower was a threat to development
Alleged involvement of Sri Lankan intelligence operatives have already been reported to local courts
The FT story was on a lawsuit filed by the US government in the first week of September.
Wickremesinghe will also attend a Heads of State/Government Leaders Dialogue during the 2023 SDG Summit.
An identification parade is to be held at the Colombo Magistrate's Court on 18 September, lawyers said.
Cabinet grants approval for signing of the treaty on prohibition of nuclear weapons.
Gender roles are socially constructed ideas of what it means to be one's assigned gender.
The accident had occurred near the Horape railway station in the Gampaha district.
Sri Lanka has consistently rejected UN request to cooperate for international rights probe
So far 43,000 seized bottles confirmed