Items filtered by date: Friday, 16 June 2017

By Ayshwarya Yapa Trade union action will be taken in near future against the plans to transfer ownership of the Trincomalee oil storage facility to foreign companies, the Petroleum Trade Union Collective said.

Published in Sri Lanka

By Roosindu Peris Health Minister Rajitha Senaratne stated that the government has taken swift measures to deal with the shortages faced by the IDH hospital.

Published in Sri Lanka

By Ayshwarya Yapa Minister of Tourism Development and Christian Religious Affairs, John Amaratunga expressed his regret over his aggressive behaviour towards a journalist which recently caught the attention of the public.

Published in Sri Lanka

By Yusuf Ariff The Central Bank of Sri Lanka says that it will not make payments to mutilated, altered or defaced currency notes after December 31, 2017.

Published in Sri Lanka

By Yusuf Ariff The Illankai Tamil Arasu Kachchi (ITAK) claims that Chief Minister of the Northern Province C.V. Wigneswaran had attempted to ‘dilute’ the findings of guilt against a provincial minister who was his close confidant, by sacking all four ministers of the provincial council.

Published in Sri Lanka

Nine years ago, I found myself meeting with an executive coach because I felt that my work had plateaued and I knew I could be doing more. When I had first started at VeriSign as the Director of Program Management, there was a lot going on — a lot for my team to dig into, a lot for us to develop processes around to grow the business. But, after a couple of years, my team was becoming entirely self-sufficient and frankly, I was getting a little bored.

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Facebook has revealed it is using artificial intelligence in its ongoing fight to prevent terrorist propaganda from being disseminated on its platform.

Published in Tech

Family members who live with someone with tuberculosis may be shielded against the highly infectious disease by taking vitamin A. A new study finds that many of those who develop TB are deficient in the nutrient.

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Celebrities That Are Real Life Heroes

Tom Hardy

As we mentioned, Tom Hardy recently witnessed a thief try to steal a moped. Hardy ended up chasing him down through a neighborhood in South London before taking him to the ground and waiting until the police got tho the scene.

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When Sanket Bhosle made Salman Khan cry

Salman Khan appearing on a television promotional event, 'Super Night with Tubelight', to promote his upcoming movie has been the talk of the town these past days. The actor recently headed to the sets of the popular show, to record the segment and sources tell us that it was a laughter riot.

Published in Entertainment
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