Fishers’ protests have prevented the erection of pylons in the Puttalam lagoon to transmit electricity from the Norchcholai Coal Power Plant (NCPP)to Anuradhapura being put on hold.

Canada is pleased to have contributed 1.16 million Canadian Dollars (138 million Sri Lankan rupees) towards research projects aimed at enhancing food security in Sri Lanka through the "Canadian Int

The Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) yesterday claimed to have taken measures to put an end to fly ash from the first coal-fired plant in Norochcholai causing respiratory problems to humans apart fro

There had been a 12 per cent increase in HIV/AIDS cases in the country so far this year with 90 new victims detected compared to last year’s 81 cases, Director HIV/AIDS Dr.

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Residents of areas coming under the purview of Mahiyangana and Rideemaliyadda Divisional Secretariats staged a protest recently and attempted to obstruct the Mahiyangana-Ampara road demanding actio

The National Nutrition Policy formulated by a team headed by Consultant Community Physician and Director Nutrition Coordination Division Ministry of Health Dr. Mrs.

The death toll from adverse weather conditions rose to 21 yesterday while more than 22,449 people, in the Matara, Gampaha, Galle, Kegalle, Ratnapura and Kalutara districts were displaced.

The Ministry of Resettlement will construct 2,200 new toilets for resettled families in the Northern and Eastern Districts.

More than 2,000 dengue cases had been reported from all parts of the country last month while the total number reported from January to the end of May stood at 11,106, the Epidemiology Unit (EU) sa