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Fuel Crisis: Private bus workers protest in Kottawa

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Private bus workers protested on Friday (17) morning obstructing the entrance to the Multimodal Transport Center in Kottawa demanding fuel for their buses. They parked...

Two Ministries for Technology, Investment, Women, Child Affairs

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 Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa issued an Extraordinary Gazette on Thursday (9) declaring the creation of the Minister of Technology and Investment Promotion &...

Russia never offered to supply fuel at 35% discounted price

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Russia has not made a proposal to provide fuel to Sri Lanka with a discount of 35% as claimed by opposition MPs, Power and...

Basil Rajapaksa quits Parliament

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 Former Finance Minister and the Founder of the Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna Basil Rajapaksa has submitted his letter of resignation to step down from...

Over 900 Officers and 13,400 Other Rankers promoted for Victory Day

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Coinciding with the 13th Victory Day anniversary, 920 Officers and 13,481 Other Rankers of the Tri-Forces were promoted to their next ranks with approval...

MR’s resignation, gazette notice issued

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President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has accepted the resignation of his brother Mahinda Rajapaksa as the Prime Minister and a gazette notification has been issued by...

Police fire tear gas and water cannons on IUSF protest near Parliament

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Sri Lanka Police decided to use water cannons and fire tear gas cannisters on the Inter University Students Federation protest near Parliament in Colombo...

The Cabinet of Ministers have decided to remove the price control imposed on rice

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The Cabinet of Ministers have decided to remove the price control imposed on rice and import a buffer stock to prevent any possible shortage. Accordingly,...

Circular on teachers’ Rs. 5000 allowance issued

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The circular with regard to the allowance of Rs. 5,000 to be paid to teachers and principals, until a permanent solution is found to...

CBSL imposes 100% cash deposit margin requirements on selected non-essential/non-urgent imports

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The Central Bank of Sri Lanka has decided to impose a 100 per cent cash margin deposit requirement against the importation of selected goods...