The AG/45/2010 file that the attorney general’s department had dealt with in the past six years, with the mediation of former president Mahinda Rajapaksa, under whom that particular department functioned, has come to the limelight once... Read More
The AG/45/2010 file that the attorney general’s department had de...
A study conducted jointly by the University of Sydney and Royal N...
By Shyamon Jayasinghe I am still wondering what exactly was risin...
SLFP General Secretary Anura Priyadarshana Yapa and North-Western...
Former ITN News Head Sudharman Radaliyagoda remanded till Februar...
A study conducted jointly by the University of Sydney and Royal North Shore hospital has revealed that anger can trigger heart attacks.
By Shyamon Jayasinghe
SLFP General Secretary Anura Priyadarshana Yapa and North-Western Province Chief Minister Dayasiri Jayasekara have been questioned by the CID over their involvement in displaying an allegedly fabricated document by former UNP General Secretary Tissa... Read More
Former ITN News Head Sudharman Radaliyagoda remanded till February 24 after surrendering to the Court on charges of broadcasting a false news during the presidential election aiming to vilify President Maithripala Sirisena who was then the Common... Read More
10 February 2015
Your Excellency, President Maithripala Sirisena
President of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka
Dear Mr President,
Reinstatement of Dual... Read More
According to the South Korean newspaper the Kyunghyang Shinmun a 52-year-old resident of Changwon city has been napping on the floor when her vacuum cleaner mistook her hair for dust, locked on to her hair and sucked it up.
According to ‘Swiss Leaks,’ those comprise 129 bank accounts covering 92 clients. The maximum amount of money associated with a single client connected to Sri Lanka was US$ 10.7 million.
Sri Lanka is ranked 112th among the countries... Read More
New office bearers have been elected at the AGM of FUTA held at OUSL on 30th January 2015.
President: Dr. Prabath Jayasinghe (Colombo)
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Finance Minister Ravi Karunanayake presenting the interim budget 2015 today said that the option of dual citizenship would be available to all persons of Sri Lankan origin and granted after due evaluation.
A payment... Read More
How the Attorney General Yuvanjan Wijayatilake and a handful of fellow public servants had prevented the Mahinda Rajapaksa led election night coup, the Colombo Telegraph can reveal today. A detailed version of the event took place is sent to Colombo... Read More
The Colombo Magistrate ordered the Directors of ITN and Rupawahini to reveal the names of those who handed over the video clip of a child claiming his mother had been detained by President Maithripala Sirisena.
Police Spokesman SSP Ajith Rohana has revealed to a leading newspapaer in Sri Lanka that he had been influenced by some politicians and officials of the former government to make false and misleading statements on some ongoing Police investigations.... Read More
I sense that the year 2015 will be written in history as a watershed year of considerable importance for Sri Lanka.
In two ways. Firstly, it will mark the liberation of the people of the island from a... Read More
New Delhi: Nine days after President Maithripala Sirisena took office, Sri Lanka and India Sunday pledged to deepen their relations, with New Delhi agreeing to work ‘closely and extensively’ with Colombo.
External Affairs Minister... Read More
The Asian Human Rights Commission has today urged incumbent de facto Chief Justice Mohan Pieris to resign. “In case he does not do, he should be removed by constitutional means of impeachment. His black career has in it more than enough grounds for... Read More
Civil Appellate High Court today refused application of ITN and Rupavahini to set aside the restraining order of Kaduwela Magistrate, preventing them from telecasting ‘Janapathi Janahamuwa’ programme.
Having heard lengthy submissions, the... Read More
Sarath Jayasuriya BSc (Special)
Convenor Australian Advocacy for Good Governance in Sri Lanka.
It was the general consensus amongst the voters of Sri Lanka that we certainly need a... Read More
As we move towards the presidential election on January 8, two years ahead of schedule, we need to carefully consider what we are standing for.
To the credit of the Rajapaksa regime, with the end of the war in 2009, there... Read More