One of the most beautiful butterflies in the country, Baronet Euthalia nais, found only in the Nilgala area, particularly in the Gal Oya National Park, is facing a severe threat due to the beedi in
Five hundred families living in areas coming under the purview of the Colombo, Kolonnawa and Kelaniya Divisional Secretariats will lose their houses, if the proposed new Kelani bridge with six lane
Budge 2014 was tailored to benefit the people and through the allocation of Rs.
Sri Lanka experienced the largest epidemic of dengue fever with as many as 70,000 cases and almost 600 deaths during the years 2009 and 2010.
The Health Ministry yesterday said they would recommence inspecting bottled water sources within the next few weeks.
The owner of the detergents factory responsible for emitting ammonia gas which left 72 area residents in hospital on Tuesday, has agreed to shift the facility to Kalutara.
Poachers slaughter rare species of wild animals and wild birds in forest reserves secretly and the flesh of those animals is sold to tourist hotels in the vicinity.
Initial investigations conducted by the Piliyandala police have revealed that ammonia gas which leaked from a factory in Piliyandala causing 72 persons to be hospitalised had been formed due to an
Some 500 families who were long deprived of electricity in the remote villages of the Nunggaha Yaya, Gurumada Mw, Omalpe Medawathugoda, Galkandagoda, Vijeriya Udagama, Nandanagama and Ginigalgoda a
India and Sri Lanka will on Monday ink an agreement for the execution of the INR 40-billion 500 MW thermal power project at Sampur in Trincomalee, official sources said here today.
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