The launch of the reprint of the report on the first countrywide survey on elephants, conducted in 2011, will be further delayed, according to senior officials of the Department of Wildlife Conserv
According to news reports State Resources and Enterprise Development Ministry is planning to cut nearly 70,000 tress in three State-run estate companies- Janatha Estates Development Board (JEDB), E
The Climate Change Secretariat said the 35 MW Broadlands Hydropower Project inaugurated yesterday, would be the Ceylon Electricity Board’s first renewable energy plant to register under the Clean D
The Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka (HRCSL) has undertaken an immediate investigation into a government move to fell 67,132 trees on state-owned plantations in the hill country, HRCSL Commissi
President’s Counsel Wijayadasa Rajapakha yesterday complained to the Human Rights Commission against State Resources and State Enterprises Development Minister Dayashritha Tissera and Renewable Ene
China will assist Sri Lanka to launch a wind power generation project and also make the Colombo Harbour Asia’s commerce hub.
The number of dengue cases reported in the Kandy district during the month of June has increased to 153 due to rains.
The Epidemiology Unit (EU) of the Health Ministry yesterday said that number of dengue cases reported from the beginning of January till early this month was 16,315.
The latest update of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List of Threatened Species is alarming with nearly 20,934 species facing extinction, however, no species from Sri
Ninety nine elephants have died up to May 31, this year.
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