Sri Lanka and Pakistan signed six agreements including one on atomic energy Monday, the two countries’ leaders said, as the strategically important island looks to build its first nuclear plant.
The Transport Ministry has included the monorail transport system in its master plan prepared with Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) for developing the urban transport system linking th
A minor tremor measuring 2.1 Richter scale was reported from Athimale, Siyambalanduwa in Monaragala this morning, Geological Survey and Mines Bureau (GSMB) said.
Supreme Court today insisted that the Ceylon Tobacco Company (CTC) should not be allowed to release to the market packets of cigarettes that do not display 60% of pictorial health warnings after De
Feasibility studies for the Colombo-Ratnapura expressway from the Kahathuduwa interchange on the Southern Expressway are being finalised and construction work is expected to begin this year, Ports
Patients believed to be infected with Dengue, had been admitted to the Colombo South Teaching Hospital in large numbers, hospital sources said.
Four leading environmental associations today charged that Industry and Commerce Minister Rishad Bathiudeen had illegally cleared 18,000 acres of forest land belonging to leading wildlife parks in
Consumer Affairs Authority (CAA) today seized 37,000 bottles of water from a bottling plant of a popular brand of drinking water in Dalugama after it was found that the the water contained some kin
Pakistan has expressed its interest in oil and gas exploration in the seas off Sri Lanka, the Daily Mirror learns.
Two workers had been reported trapped inside a 30ft-deep gem mine in Angammana in Ratnapura this evening.
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