Items filtered by date: Thursday, 01 February 2018

"That's no way to live"

Published in TipTops

A California court has ruled that the popular dating app Tinder violated age discrimination laws by charging users 30 and older more than younger ones.

Published in Tech

Vaccines. Popular sports drinks. Computers.

Published in Tech

Deepika Padukone is currently savouring the success of her latest release ‘Padmaavat’ and spending quality time with her family. Now, she is back in the limelight again but this time not for the magnum opus.

Published in Entertainment

Phantom Thread's Oscar nominations rather took Vicky Krieps by surprise.

Not because the Luxembourg-born actress was expecting it to be ignored, but she had completely forgotten the nominations were even happening.

"I was doing press work in Berlin, and the journalists asked if I was nervous, and I said, 'Eh?'" she laughs, recalling the day the nominations were announced.

Published in Entertainment
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ANTI-CORRUPTION DRIVE WILL CONTINUE

President Maithripala Sirisena said that he will in future continue on a correct political vision no matter what obstacles he would have to face, and carry out his duty as President for the betterment of its people.

Published in Sri Lanka

Discussions are on to make the Trincomalee port the biggest in the Bay of Bengal, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said.

Published in Sri Lanka

Deputy Power and Energy Minister Ajith P Perera yesterday stressed that Perpetual Treasuries Director Arjun Aloysius who was involved in the Central Bank Bond issue, was a close confidante of former President Mahinda Rajapaksa.

Published in Sri Lanka

The Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL) has issued a circulation standard commemorative currency note in the denomination of Rs.1,000 to mark the 70th independence celebration in the country which falls on February 4. This is the 4th commemorative note that was issued by the Central Bank.

Published in Sri Lanka

Earl of Wessex Prince Edward and the Countess of Wessex arrived in Sri Lanka yesterday (31). Their five day visit will focus on the long-standing UK and Sri Lanka relationship, the Commonwealth, education and young people.

Published in Sri Lanka
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