Apple on Monday said it had achieved its goal of powering all of the company's facilities with renewable energy, a milestone that includes all of its data centers, offices and retail stores in 43 countries.
An experimental smartphone application could monitor changes in Parkinson's disease symptoms throughout the day, sending data to doctors to help them treat patients, U.S. researchers say.
Sri Lanka’s Screen Queen Malani Fonseka celebrated 50 years in the cinema industry recently. The event also coincided with her 155th movie appearance through Chathra Weeraman’s second cinematic venture.
City Cinema - Mount Lavinia is the only cinema which has two digital cutouts fixed on both sides of the cinema in the island. The printing cost for the cutouts is undertaken by the cinema itself, from the inception of the cinema in 2015, whereas most of the cinemas island wide seeks the cutouts from the producers and the suppliers of the films. For each event they print around 500 posters and paste them all over the town.
The SLFP Central Committee met at President’s official residence in Colombo last night and all SLFP ministers decided to boycott today’s Cabinet meeting.
President Maithripala Sirisena who graced the Passing Out ceremony of the 48th batch of Special Forces at the Training School at Maduruoya as the Chief Guest yesterday is seen engaged in conversation with a disabled officer.
Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe yesterday (9 April) asserted that his Government had been able to bring the country out of its ‘massive’ debt trap.
Sri Lanka’s health service is one of the best not only in Asia but in the world, WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said.