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May 22, Colombo: The Chairman of the Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE) Dumith Fernando who has served in this role since July 01, 2020, has informed the Board of his intention to retire by rotation on June 23, 2022 at the conclusion of his current term as a Director.
May 22, Colombo: The police during a raid Saturday arrested two suspects with 450 kilograms of Kerala cannabis. The raid was carried out in the Gonawala area in Sapugaskanda on a tip off received by the Police Narcotics Bureau.
May 21, Colombo: The Department of Examinations requests the public not to block the roads and protest during the GCE Ordinary Level Examination.
May 21, Colombo: In addition to Minister Nimal Siripala de Silva, five other Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) parliamentarians will join the government, according to sources.
May 21, Colombo: The round-the-clock protest staged by the general public in front of the Presidential Secretariat in Galle Face in Colombo calling for the resignation of the President and the government continued today for the 43rd consecutive day with more people from various parts of the country joining the protest.
May 21, Colombo: The Criminal Investigations Department (CID) has recorded a statement from Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna MP Namal Rajapaksa for nearly 4 hours over the violence near Temple Trees and Galle Face Green in Colombo on May 9.
May 21, Colombo: The Committee on Public Enterprises has instructed Litro Gas to distribute 60% of its LP gas cylinders to highly populated areas like Colombo and Gampaha and districts with limited alternative energy sources.
May 21, Colombo: The Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka (PUCSL) has announced the power cut schedule for the period of the GCE Ordinary Level Examination from May 22 to June 01.
May 21, Colombo: Minister of Power and Energy Kanchana Wijesekera said it has been reported that organized groups are preventing fuel trucks to pass certain areas demanding they be unloaded at different fuel stations and threatening to set fire to them.
May 21, Colombo: In a mission to provide emergency relief to the most vulnerable communities across the country amidst the ongoing economic crisis, the âManudam Mehewaraâ initiative reached its first milestone of aiding over 10,000 families in-need.
May 21, Colombo: The parliamentary Committee on Public Accounts (COPA) has instructed the Ministry of Environment to make the public aware of the national flower of Sri Lanka as the âWater Lily Flowerâ through the National Institute of Education, the University Grants Commission and other relevant agencies as well as newspaper advertisements.
USD 16 million worth of assistance from people of India to Sri Lanka to start arriving from tomorrow
May 21, Colombo: A large humanitarian grant assistance consignment worth more than Rs. 2 billion from the people of India is scheduled to reach Colombo on Saturday (22 May 2022), the High Commission of India in Colombo said.
May 21, Colombo: itch Ratings has affirmed the rating on SriLankan Airlines Limitedâs (SLA) USD175 million government-guaranteed 7% unsecured bonds due 25 June 2024 at âCâ.
May 21, Colombo: Fitch Ratings has downgraded Sri Lankaâs Long-Term Foreign-Currency (LTFC) Issuer Default Rating (IDR) to âRDâ (restricted default) from âCâ.
May 20, Colombo: Police Media Spokesman SSP Nihal Thalduwa said the police have received 484 photographs and 73 videos from the public regarding the attack on the Maina Go Gama in front of Temple Trees and the Gota Go Gama at the Galle Face.
May 20, Colombo: Sri Lankaâs Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe on Friday welcomed the G7 announcement that they will assist the country in securing debt relief as it is grappling with its worst economic crisis since it won independence in 1948.
May 20, Colombo: Fuel from two petrol tankers that arrived in the country yesterday will be unloaded today and the distribution of petrol will commence soon, authorities said.
May 20, Colombo: Chief Opposition Whip Lakshman Kiriella today said disciplinary action will be taken against the two members of the Samagi Jana Balawegaya (SJB) Harin Fernando and Manusha Nanayakkara who joined the government and accepted ministerial posts today (20).
Leader of the House proposes to increase powers of all parliamentary Committees including COPE and COPA
May 20, Colombo: A motion to amend the Standing Orders and increase the powers of all Parliament Committees including COPE and COPA will be tabled in Parliament today or next week, the Leader of the House, Minister Dinesh Gunawardena said in Parliament today (20).
Committee on Public Finance summons CBSL Governor, Finance Secretary to discuss current economic crisis
May 20, Colombo: The parliamentary Committee on Public Finance, chaired by Anura Priyadarshana Yapa, Member of Parliament, yesterday (19) decided to summon the Governor of the Central Bank, the Secretary to the Ministry of Finance and other officials to the Committee on Finance next week to discuss the current economic crisis and the solutions.