Items filtered by date: Friday, 09 February 2018

Twitter says it had first quarterly profit in history and returned to revenue growth in the fourth quarter.

Published in Tech

How safe is it to eat snow? A Romanian university study says it depends upon how fresh it is.

Published in Tech
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Tying the knot before February 2019

Amidst all the controversy and drama surrounding Kangana Ranaut in 2017, the actress surprised fans when she said she would tie the knot soon. Now, it looks like the actress has set a deadline for herself. The feisty beauty, who turned showstopper for a bridal couture fashion show, said fans could expect to see her married by February 2019.

Published in Entertainment

Critics have been lining up to give the final instalment in the Fifty Shades trilogy a thrashing, with one calling it "even ropier than the second one".

Published in Entertainment

The new Family Budget Unit will look into solving the economic issues faced by families in the country and look into a family’s expenditure, income and the ways in which the country’s economy impacts individual families, said Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe.

Published in Sri Lanka

Eminent Scholar monk and indefatigable campaigner for peace and reconciliation Most. Ven. Professor Bellanwila Wimalarathana Thera bade farewell to the nation, including his Sangha fraternity and faithful devotees yesterday proving the Buddhist doctrine of impermanence of life he expounded.

Published in Sri Lanka

Finance and Mass Media Minister Mangala Samaraweera has instructed the CID to initiate an investigation into a fake letter that is currently circulating on social media, under his name.

Published in Sri Lanka
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No liquor on Election Day

All liquor shops in the country would be closed on Local Government Election Day, February 10, Excise Commissioner General K H A Meegasmulla said.

Published in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka has been added to the European blacklist of countries thought to be at 'high risk' of money laundering and terrorist financing.

Published in Sri Lanka

The Minister Counsellor (Defence), attached to the Sri Lankan High Commission in London, is at risk of losing diplomatic immunity.

Published in Security
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