Gandhi’s secular collaborator sees transformational energy in age-old hindu metaphysics
Petitioners against the bill have claimed that homosexuality is against the nature
police have been the perpetrators in 96 rights violation cases, while 64 cases are involved with health workers
The two-day festival intends to educate content creators on the latest trends
"There is nothing about accountability or amnesty"
Sri Lanka has fulfill some key international conventions to be eligible for GSP+ renewal
Sri Lanka sees new political risks since its sovereign debt default
CEB agreed for uninterrupted power supply until February 17.
Several Western nations have warned of targeted sanctions on Rajapaksas for past HR abuses
Bureau of Rehabilitation Bill strongly criticized by rights groups
In India, religion and socialism commingle and collide.
The new declaration comes as people are frustrated with high cost of living amid unaffordable food prices
In India, religion and socialism collide and commingle
Protesters have called for another massive protest to oust Ranil Wickremesinghe on August 9
EU is Sri Lanka largest exporter and is in the review of extending GSP+.
An eye witness piece by Economy Next reporters who share what they saw in July 9 Sri Lankan revolution.
Protesters, however, vowed to agitate as planned and oust Gotabaya Rajapaksa
Anti-government protesters have planned a massive agitation on Saturday to oust President Rajapaksa
Six protesters arrested by police while army personnel have tried to disrupt a protest demanding Rajapaksa step down
Protesters and police trade charges of instigating violence first
US Ambassador to Colombo Julie Chung has discussed with the Human Rights Council of Sri Lankan for an investigation
Demonstrations continued into Sunday night as they occupied Galle Face Green
Tuesday's mass defection from SLPP came amid a worsening economic crisis precipitated a political crisis
Technical savvy youth have edited some of the Wikipedia pages of Rajapaksa family members
Sri Lanka Parliament meets on Tuesday, April 5.