Modi said that it was “wonderful to connect and discuss various issues” with Wickremesinghe.
Premadasa called his question a matter of “national importance”.
Families from Colombo, Vavuniya and Batticaloa joined International Conference for Families of Missing persons
November 29 is the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People, a UN-organized observance.
Suresh’s “pivotal role will centre around overseeing the comprehensive integration of Hill Country Tamils".
Sri Lanka will sign an agreement with Maldives on mutual legal assistance in criminal matters
The 2024 budget also contained proposals to borrow and sell assets, he said.
The regulations were published in the Extraordinary Gazette No. 2218/68 dated Friday, March 12, 2021.
“We’re waiting to see if this year’s budget too will be limited to a presentation,” he said.
“The president did this from a very difficult place; we need not be disingenuous about that."
Police presence was seen around Sri Lanka's parliament as President began presenting 2024 Budget
The SLPP can defeat the upcoming budget if they want a parliamentary election, he said.
Sri Lanka must digitise legal system, expedite court cases to attract investors, minister of foreign affairs says
Government to revisit 'River for Jaffna' project proposed by engineer decades ago, and in the pipeline for years
It is seen as a direct threat to the independence of the judiciary, the BASL said.
They rarely see the need for such reintegration as they do not understand the economic and labour market realities.
"1.6 million differently-abled community members have not received the empowerment they deserve."
Sri Lanka is also drawing up a new law for Colombo Financial Zone at the Chinese-built Port City.
If it seems the voters have attempted to form an NPP government, the party will feel obligated to honour that, he said.
“So why try to sabotage it now?” said Abeywardena.
All narcotic drugs seized in raids or by Customs will be destroyed at the new incinerator built in Wanathavilluwa
Action is needed by both the public sector and the private sector for prevention of violence against women
The proposed amendments could drastically change the initially gazetted bill, the CPA said.
"We're now doing the math. There are 1.4 million workers and 600,000 pensioners -- a total of 2 million."
The bill was challenged in the Supreme Court in terms of Section 121(1) of the constitution.
Recyclers said they could not make payments that did not go the BoI or the consolidated fund