President opens anicuts of the Moragahakanda Reservoir

President opens anicuts of the Moragahakanda Reservoir 0

🕔14:30, 30.Nov 2018

The opening of the anicuts of the Moraghakanda-Kaluganga Reservoir project, the irrigation wonder of the 21st century took place today under the patronage of President Maithripala Sirisena. The Moraghakanda-Kaluganga Reservoir project is the final phase of the irrigation scheme constructed

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Petrol and diesel prices reduced by five rupees

Petrol and diesel prices reduced by five rupees 0

🕔14:17, 30.Nov 2018

Measures have been taken to reduce the prices of diesel and petrol by five rupees with effect from midnight today. This was announced by Minister Gamini Lokuge. He was addressing a special media conference held at the Prime Minister’s Office.

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Muralitharan refers to a false twitter account launched in his name

Muralitharan refers to a false twitter account launched in his name 0

🕔14:16, 30.Nov 2018

Vinayagamoorthi Muralitharan has said that a false twitter account has been launched in his name. He has accused that false news was being published through this twitter account. The twitter account is being maintained with the purpose of tarnishing his

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Prime Minister assures to successfully carry forward local investment promotion

Prime Minister assures to successfully carry forward local investment promotion 0

🕔14:07, 30.Nov 2018

Chairman of the Elections Commission Mahinda Deshapriya has said that the majority did not mean democracy. He said that necessary arrangements were being made to use the electronic voting system at polling stations in the future. The Elections Commission Chief

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Prime Minister assures to successfully carry forward local investment promotion

Prime Minister assures to successfully carry forward local investment promotion 0

🕔14:06, 30.Nov 2018

Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa has said that local investment promotion will be reactivated sans any issue. He made this reference during a discussion with local investors. Fruit drink and biscuit production factory owners met Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa at the

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SAITM graduate’s petition to be heard next month

SAITM graduate’s petition to be heard next month 0

🕔14:04, 30.Nov 2018

The petition filed by a SAITM graduate was taken up before the Court of Appeal President Justice Preethi Padman Surasena and Justice Arjuna Obeysekara today. The petitioner said that the Court of Appeal had issued an order to the SLMC

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Investigations into the murder of PCs in progress

Investigations into the murder of PCs in progress 0

🕔14:02, 30.Nov 2018

A team of Police Officers including the Inspector General of Police has left for Batticaloa to carry out investigations into the murder of two Police Officers in Vavunativu. The Office of the Police Media Spokesman said that the team included

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Parliament meets with only Opposition in attendance

Parliament meets with only Opposition in attendance 0

🕔14:01, 30.Nov 2018

Parliament met today with the participation of the Opposition members despite the Government Group boycotting the Speaker. Parliament met this morning under the patronage of Speaker Karu Jayasuriya. All seats in the Government group were empty. The Opposition presented a

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Court of Appeals takes up lawsuit filed against PM

Court of Appeals takes up lawsuit filed against PM 0

🕔13:59, 30.Nov 2018

The Court of Appeal took up for consideration a writ petition filed seeking a ruling to invalidate the holding of office of the Prime Minister by Mahinda Rajapaksa. Attorneys appearing on behalf of the respondents including Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa

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Demonstrations staged calling for a general election and against Speaker’s conduct

Demonstrations staged calling for a general election and against Speaker’s conduct 0

🕔13:07, 30.Nov 2018

Demonstrations continued to be staged, claiming that a general election is the only solution to the crisis that has surfaced between the Executive and the Legislature. A demonstration was held opposite the Galle Bus Stand demanding the holding of a

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