All Share Price Index (ASPI) rose 3.69% or 321.31 points to 9,027.48, its highest since March 31
A guidance peg announced by Sri Lanka’s central bank for interbank transactions remained unchanged at 360.94 rupees
One person has been injured and three people are reported to be missing.
Opposition proposes to lift the emergency law and to release “aragalaya” prisoners
Rupee depreciation, dues from government-owned institutes and overpaid overstaff are prominent reasons for the loses
Water Board said, Colombo 9, 10, 11 and 12 will have water cuts will be effective from 9 pm Saturday
Sovereign default together with increasing economic challenges poses significant downside risks to DFCC's profitability
In addition, the debt moratorium overhang affecting external debt of the government and that of public sector borrowers
"2.4 million people already living below the poverty line into despair" IFRC
Some features of the scheme include a 6-month grace period for performing loans.
The emergency was declared in the interests of public security, the protection of public order.
“Drivers have become thugs because there is a great demand."
Sri Lanka is going through unprecedented economic, political crisis after policy failures
Rajapaksa finally resigns after over 3 month protest
Rajapaksa was expected to reach his final destination by 8 om on Wednesday.
Though protesters forced all Rajapaksas out of power, still Rajapaksas' party holds the majority to choose new president
After clashes protesters breached the entrance and stormed into president's residence
Commercial banks offered dollars for telegraphic transfers at rates between 366.79 and 370.00 for small transactions
The firm will continue to airlift the medical supplies gifted by other countries free of freight Charges
Around 10,000 metric tonnes will be used for a School Meals program for needy kids.
"I hope to have this system in place by the 1st week of July."
Prime minister had expected food shortage to become severe in August.
Investors are still nervous on Sri Lanka's political and economic uncertainties.
CEB trade unions were forced to call off their strike after president declared electricity supply as essential service.
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