Items filtered by date: Friday, 05 October 2018

"Phase Two" of love is when you find out if your bond has staying power.

Published in TipTops

Heated streets will melt ice and snow on contact. Sensors will monitor traffic and protect pedestrians. Driverless shuttles will carry people to their doors.

Published in Tech

People who regularly engage in light to moderate physical activity — like walking four hours a week or swimming two hours weekly — might have less severe strokes than individuals who aren't as active, a Swedish study suggests.

Published in Tech

Petta is young filmmaker Karthik Subbaraj’s maiden directorial venture with Rajinikanth. He has been shooting the film at a breakneck speed in various parts of the country. After shooting some portions in Lucknow, the film crew has moved to Varanasi for a month-long schedule. According to reports, director-actor Sasikumar shot for his cameo role during the Varanasi schedule.

Published in Entertainment
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Demon possessed dolls just don’t stay dead like they used to. The ‘Conjuring’ universe is one of the most successful modern film franchises, and it’s not quite done with ‘Annabelle’ just yet.

Published in Entertainment

President Maithripala Sirisena said people in the North and East should be given back the land they are entitled to and directed the relevant officials to resolve all existing problems and release such land to the legally entitled owners before December 31 this year.

Published in Sri Lanka

The need for a long term economic policy which will ease local businesses while facilitating exports in the backdrop of a rupee depreciation was discussed at the National Economic Council (NEC).

Published in Business

Sri Lanka’s Ambassador to Qatar A.S.P. Liyanage was seen welcoming Yoshitha Rajapaksa and Rohitha Rajapaksa, the two sons of former President Mahinda Rajapaksa when they arrived in the country this morning.

Published in Politics

In a bid to curb traffic congestion and motor vehicle accidents on the roads, the Motor Traffic and Road Safety Department were formulating plans to nab traffic offenders through CCTV cameras. Online payment of traffic fines will also be shortly introduced, DIG Motor Traffic and Road Safety, Ajith Rohana said yesterday (4).

Published in Sri Lanka
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Brutal crimes on the rise

Despite the number of crimes decreasing, brutal crimes have taken a turn for the worse, Minister of Law and Order, Ranjith Maddumabandara pointed out.

Published in Security
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