“We cannot exactly say when the elections will be held. It will be held after the election system is changed.”
"Sri Lanka is interested in adopting certain aspects of Malaysia's digitalization process."
Health official are still concerned about a possible resurgence of COVID-19.
“The minister sought the cooperation of the diplomatic community in the resumption of tourism and economic activity."
“We did not give our response in the meeting, but we hope to discuss it with the unions tomorrow," said Stalin.
Sri Lanka stock index gained 0.48 percent on Thursday (23) in thin trade
“They have no love for the party, nor foresight; purely the thirst for power,” she said.
Sri Lanka's plans to import 63 million US dollars of organic fertilizer from a China
The consignment sees the conclusion of a contract the SPC had entered with the manufacturer.
Sri Lanka’s ongoing COVID-19 conditional lockdown has been extended till October 01
Market slips on profit taking
The BASL has asked authorities to “act forthwith in dealing with these serious acts of impunity".
The monks claims were serious enough to warrant an inquiry, the statement said.
Patients whose organs are affected must be thoroughly examined and treated accordingly, he said.
The TNA called for an immediate inquiry to be followed by charges filed against the state minister.
Meanwhile, another group of Sri Lankans held their own protest in support of the government.
"We're seeing a conspiracy being attempted to cover up the Easter Sunday attack,” Cardinal Ranjith said.
The tremor is attributed to an earthquake that occurred in Sumatra, Indonesia.
The UNHRC session is scheduled on September 12.
Sri Lanka’s main stock index gained 1.87 percent recording an all-time high on Thursday (26)
Sri Lank stock fell 0.55 percent on Friday as the government’s announcement for an Island wide curfew
But inbound passengers will only be allowed entry only if they are inoculated with a vaccine approved by the Kuwait govt
Sri Lank stock jumped 2.56 percent on Wednesday led by Expolanka, Commercial Leasing and Finance, and LOLC Holdings
Non-operating income boosts bottom line
Sri Lanka stocks edged down 0.15 percent on Wednesday, as investors booked profits
About 28 percent of the bonds unsold