His criticism comes as Sri Lanka is still struggling to come out of an unprecedented economic crisis
Sri Lanka charges 20 dollars for an online ETA for South Asian countries, and 30 dollars for others.
Sri Lanka rupee closed at 324.10/40 to the dollar, bonds yields up, analysts said
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The unsettled bill had amounted to 78,080 rupees.
Sri Lanka stops emergency procurement of drugs, Bangladesh to help with medicine shortage: Minister
Sri Lanka’s rupee closed at 324.00/324.25 to the US dollar on Monday, dealers said.
A gazette announced the hiring of 138 Assistant Superintendents of Customs and 45 Inspectors of Customs.
Sri Lanka shares were trading slow on Monday morning after the long weekend.
Sri Lanka’s rupee opened at 323.50/324.50 to the US dollar on Monday, dealers said.
Sri Lanka shares were up at close of trading on Wednesday ahead of the four-day weekend and due to speculative activity
Sri Lanka Customs confiscated 30 gold biscuits and 6 kilos of gold jewelry worth 123 million rupees this week.
USAID and Sri Lankan Tourism Alliance launch social media influencer campaign to boost country's global tourism brand
Project to relocate squatters living on Sri Lanka Railways lands along Kelanivalley line, and improve railway efficiency
Sex workers face fundamental rights violations including unlawful detention and cruel, inhumane and degrading treatment
Sri Lanka rupee opens at 323.50/324.10 to the US dollar, bond yields stable
The market picked up slightly today on the news that we've been upgraded by S&P.
Sri Lanka’s rupee closed at 323.70/324.20 to the US dollar on Tuesday, down from the previous day's close, dealers sai...
These resources have the potential to yield significant value through the production of value-added goods.
Tax concessions for institutions providing health and education services to disabled children.
Sri Lanka must consider how it will navigate changing labour landscape; unions need to face different reality
Sri Lanka shares were picking up slightly in trading on Tuesday morning.
Sri Lanka’s rupee opened at 324.65/85 to the US dollar on Tuesday, dealers said.
Sri Lanka’s rupee closed at 324.75/90 to the US dollar on Monday. Bond yields were up.
Sri Lanka’s rupee opened at 324.75/325.25 to the US dollar on Wednesday