“These are issues to do with conscience,” said Wickramaratne.
Sri Lanka sees new political risks since its sovereign debt default
Cash strapped Sri Lanka raised tobacco taxes three times since mid last year
"Jeeps are being excluded because they are well known for being used in police work."
Measures are also being taken under provisions of the Act to destroy ice and other dangerous drugs, he said.
Most Sri Lankan men are gender insensitive, not serious about violence against women
President says there is a move to initiate another round of protests
Sri Lanka's defence budget is almost equal to the total of education, health allocations
Sri Lanka lawmakers cannot hold duel citizenship after the recent constitutional amendment
Chambers say protests may adversely impact economy, tourism
Bureau of Rehabilitation Bill strongly criticized by rights groups
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The new declaration comes as people are frustrated with high cost of living amid unaffordable food prices
Suspects attempted to go through Green Channel - Customs
Protesters have called for another massive protest to oust Ranil Wickremesinghe on August 9
The State of Emergency was declared on July 18 ahead of a parliament vote to elect President.
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Protesters, however, vowed to agitate as planned and oust Gotabaya Rajapaksa
No country wants to help Sri Lanka despite a deep economic crisis; past records weigh
Many people have called all the citizens to join the Saturday protest in Colombo
A similar incident occurred on June 15 in Colombo.
Police suspect the SI took his own life over a personal matter relating to a private dispute.
The victim was a resident of Weeraketiya, Hambantota.
Police was unable to confirm if the incident was motivated by economic woes.
Violent clashes across the country started after Rajapaksa supporters unleashed violence against unarmed protesters
Protesters and police trade charges of instigating violence first
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