Prageeth Ekneligoda tops “10 Most Urgent” list of journalists of One Free Press Coalition

Sri Lankan missing journalist Prageeth Ekneligoda tops the latest “10 Most Urgent” list of journalists whose press freedoms are being suppressed or whose cases are seeking justice, published by One

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Art fosters Buddhist-Christian dialogue in Sri Lanka

Aruni Ruwandathi, a Christian graduate student, was surprised to find a bas-relief sculpture of Jesus washing the feet of his disciples at Tulana in Kelaniya. (Visit Tulana) Buddhist monk Ven.

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Many Sri Lankan expats to remain in UAE, finding new jobs

Sri Lankan Ambassador to United Arab Emirates (UAE) Malraj de Silva said to Emirates News Agency that many of the Sri Lankans who registered to return to motherland had changed

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What is the social representation of the new cabinet of Sri Lanka?

Praja Research Team We analyzed the representation of the new cabinet of Sri Lanka and identified the following facts. It has four members from Rajapakse family, namely Gotabhaya, Mahinda, Chamal

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Eight Women Elected to Parliament of Sri Lanka

Ajith Perakum Jayasinghe Six women were elected for parliament in the 2020 election. Out of those, three were from Ratnapura District. Pavithra Wanniarachchi (Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna)Thalatha Athukorala (Samagi Jana

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Battered by poverty and COVID disruptions, Sri Lanka’s gypsies pushed to the edge

Millions of daily wage earners in Sri Lanka have been badly affected by disruptions in the informal economy caused by COVID-19. Among the hardest hit is the country’s nomadic gypsy

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For Lankan families coping with kidney disease, COVID-19 fallout is a double jeopardy

For thousands of Lankans living with chronic kidney disease and for their families that struggle to look after them, COVID-19’s fallout has become ‘double jeopardy’. While social and economic disruptions

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Is brutality of Sri Lanka police on the rise under the new government?

Ajith Perakum Jayasinghe Sri Lanka police are too often alleged of police brutality after the government under President Gotabaya Rajapaksa came into power and former military general Kamal Gunarathna was

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40 Sri Lankans in foreign employment died due to COVID-19

Chairman of Sri Lanka Foreign Employment Bureau (SLFEB), Kamal Ratwatte said at a press conference today (16) that 40 Sri Lankan expatriate workers have been killed by COVID-19 so far.

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Six Sri Lankan fishermen arrested by India

The photo published in The Hindu shows four of the Sri Lankans arrested by Indian Coast Guard 128 nautical miles off the Kakinada coast on Sunday for fishing in Indian

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