State minister Dayasiri Jayasekara inform to SLFP that he is ready to resign minister post. At a discussion of the parlimentry group of SLFP he informed that. Several members of the team charged him at this discussion that he is embarrassing the government by his speeches. Dayasiri Jayasekara answering them and emphasized that he is […]
Sources said, 13 protesters are arrested by the police. They were arrested at the protest that hold Matara Akuressa. Former JVP mps of Southern provincial council Lal premanath and Saman Kumara were also bein with arrested people. Sources said that protesters were arrested under the charge of violated the quarantine regulations.
1.4 millions Astra Zeneca vaccine doses will be recieved by 3rd week of July, saying Genaral Shavendra Silva the commandar of Sri Lanka Army. As a result of it giving Pfizer dose instead of Astra Zeneca will stop from today he says. Until yesterday 07 of July, Sri Lanka Army and officials of health sector […]
Mp Jayantha Katagoda handed over his resignation letter to the general secretary of parliament today for entering the parliament, Bassil Rajapakse. According to the political sources, Bassil Rajapakse will be sworn as a member of parliament as soon as possible.
Pakistan’s Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) issued a notice to senior anchorperson Nadeem Malik from Samaa TV following comments made on his program concerning judge Arshad Malik’s case. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) calls on the Pakistani government to withdraw the notice. The FIA Counter-Terrorism Wing in Islamabad issued a notice under section 160 of the Criminal […]
by Professor Jayantha Lal Ratnasekera, Vice-Chancellor, Uva Wellassa University The island-wide travel restrictions imposed on May 21, were lifted after a month on June 21. It was officially called country-wide travel restrictions, but, de facto it was a country-wide lockdown. At the time of writing this article, the travel restrictions between provinces are still in […]
Despite the removal of travel restrictions on the 21st June, the government decided to continue with all necessary measures in compliance with strict health regulations. Meanwhile, as a supplementary estimate of Rs. 200 billion had been submitted to Parliament for government expenditure, and as former Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe was about to be sworn in […]
Ministerial Consultative Committee on Trade agreed yesterday (01) to present to Parliament an order containing an amendment to the Cess applicable to the export of goods under the Sri Lanka Export Development Act. This order under the Sri Lanka Export Development Act was published by the Minister of Trade in an Extraordinary Gazette Notification dated […]
In a meeting with the Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka (HRCSL), the Da Bindu Group emphasized that the provision of necessary health facilities and supervision of health services in the recruitment of garment workers in the event of an epidemic was inadequate. At the same time, the Da Bindu Collective emphasized that there were […]
Researchers have found evidence that a coronavirus epidemic swept East Asia some 20,000 years ago and was devastating enough to leave an evolutionary imprint on the DNA of people alive today. The new study suggests that an ancient coronavirus plagued the region for many years, researchers say. The finding could have dire implications for the Covid-19 pandemic […]