Items filtered by date: Friday, 02 March 2018
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The Perfect Day

Your body, mind and spirit will thank you.

Published in TipTops

Facebook Inc on Thursday put an end to a test of splitting its signature News Feed into two, an idea that roiled how people consumed news in six countries where the test occurred and added to concern about Facebook's power.

Published in Tech
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Uber Starts Offering Rides to Doctor

Uber is driving deeper into health care by offering to take patients in every U.S. market where it operates to their next medical appointment.

Published in Tech

Something old. Something new. Something borrowed. Something True.

Published in Entertainment

A famous painting that went missing for decades before turning up in a London apartment has sold for over $1.6 million (£1,205,000). Often dubbed the "African Mona Lisa," Ben Enwonwu's "Tutu" smashed sale estimates at an auction in London on Wednesday.

Published in Entertainment

Deputy Minister Ranjan Ramanayake yesterday said he would make a disclosure with regard to the Perpetual Treasuries Chief Arjun Aloysius soon.

Published in Sri Lanka
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SLAF marks 67th anniversary today

The Sri Lanka Air Force (SLAF) marks its 67th anniversary today with the Air Force Exposition and Tattoo at the SLAF Station in Ampara.

Published in Sri Lanka

The Anuradhapura District Secretariat yesterday (1), temporarily suspended the Rajanganaya water purification project, following the tense situation in Thambuttegama on 28 February. The Anuradhapura District Secretariat officials said, the decision on the privately owned purification project's future will be decided, based the outcome of the supposed discussions between the representatives of the residents, officers of the Department of Irrigation and other relevant stakeholders.

Published in Security

In a hard-hitting evaluation of female participation in the economy, Colombo Mayor-elect Rosy Senanayake criticised the attitude of people who always undermine the capacity of women and called for a mindset change to increase female representation in the workforce of Sri Lanka.

Published in Sri Lanka

The laws and regulations drafted by the US had ensured that no US firm or its citizen could pay bribes when selling goods and services to foreign government, the US Embassy in Sri Lanka yesterday said.

Published in Security
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