Smart Ticketing Machines for Substandard Railway Stations in Sri Lanka

Automated ticketing machines and gates are to be installed at railway stations in Sri Lanka with a loan of USD 20 Million from Asian Development Bank (ADB). 50 Railway station

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International Day of Family Remittances overshadowed by the Father’s Day

Yesterday, June 16 was a very important day, yes, it was father’s day, but it was also the International Day of Family Remittances. As UN says, this international day highlights

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ගිරවා The Parrot

අළු පාට අහසින්සුදු පාට වැහි ගුලිතද ම තද කොළ පාටවිසල් තුරු කැන්වසේනොකඩවා කැඩි ඉරි අඳියි අකුණු ගුලියක් පුපුරද්දිදිලිසෙන කොළ පාටලස්සන තරුණ ගිරවෙක්රිංගීය ගස තුළටඅතුපතර අතර තුරුඔහු මැකී ගියේ ය චිත්‍ර‍යක්

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40,000 children are child labourers in Sri Lanka

Today marks the World Day Against Child labour. This falls on June 12 on each year. This year’s theme is ‘Children should work on their dreams, not on fields’. Persons

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How his mien blurred in my vision

Upul Kumarapperuma (Read in Sinhala >>) Then I was either in grade three or four. Our sports master was Mr. Dhanapala. He was a very strict teacher. We were so

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Ultra-right party of Sri Lanka joins with ultra-left party to campaign against the US defense pacts

Ajith Perakum Jayasinghe Sri Lanka appears to be a battleground of a cold war between US and China super powers. Political sources say two small-time political parties have been hired

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Gross human rights violations in Sri Lanka during anti-terror drive

Ajith Perakum Jayasinghe Gross human rights violations and an apparent anti-Muslim state terror seem to prevail in Sri Lanka in relation to a number of investigations. None of these investigations

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Sri Lanka President’s Facebook account misused

A person believed to be a member of the media staff of Sri Lanka President Maithripala Sirisena came live on the President’s Facebook account last night. The staff member believed

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Splits getting deep-rooted in post-Easter Sri Lankan polity over caesarian section issue

Ajith Perakum Jayasinghe The repercussions of Easter Sunday IS attacks is Sri Lanka are taking a new turn beyond taking lives of over 250 civilians. Anti-Muslim sentiments are getting deep-rooted

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Sri Lanka’s Eastern Province Governor in connivance with Easter Sunday IS attacks leader

Photo of Eastern Provincial Council Governor M.L.A.M. Hizbulla is out in which he is shaking hands with Zahran Hashim, the ring leader of April 21 Easter Sunday terrorist attacks during

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