Items filtered by date: Friday, 13 April 2018

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Published in TipTops

Facebook says it will stop spending money to fight a proposed California ballot initiative aimed at giving consumers more control over their data.

Published in Tech

Researchers say the love youngsters have for wildlife may be clouding the public's mind about how endangered those creatures are.

Published in Tech

A Marc Chagall painting stolen from a New York couple's home in 1988 will be returned to the family's estate after nearly 30 years, the FBI says.

Published in Entertainment

Bollywood actors have at some point or the other expressed their anger on media- be it in press conferences, movie promotions, red carpets or at social media. While there have been numerous instances that have ignited the Tinsel Town stars by certain comments or headlines, it was just recently that Arjun Kapoor’s name got added to the list. The ‘Half Girlfriend’ actor may come across as a rough man but it isn’t often that the actor has lost his cool. However, Arjun expressed his anger over a headline that shamelessly spread news using cheap writings on his stepsister Jahnvi Kapoor.

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UNP, SLFP AGREE TO COMMON AGENDA

The SLFP Ministers and UNP Ministers will put their heads together and come up with a new programme for the Government shortly, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said.

Published in Sri Lanka
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SLFP SHOULD QUIT UNITY GOVERNMENT - SB

Former Minister S.B. Dissanayake said the SLFP should quit the Unity Government and let the UNP form their own government yesterday.

Published in Sri Lanka
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Four Acting Ministers sworn-in

Four Ministers were sworn-in as Acting Ministers to fill the vacancies created by the resignations of SLFP Ministers who voted in favour of the No Confidence Motion moved against the Prime Minister.

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Uni non-academics’ strike called off

Striking university non-academics called off their trade union action as the recent statement of the Ministry of Higher Education met their demands.

Published in Sri Lanka

Australia Sri Lankan soldier Ishan Bandara who hails from Minneriya competing in the Commonwealth Games for the first time made his way to the semi-finals of the Fly Weight 52 kg class overcoming Lesotho’s Thabo Molefe thus assuring himself of a medal in the event the third that Sri Lanka will win in the sport at the ongoing Games. Molefe was at his best to give Ishan a tough time in the first bout landing a few punches to gain points and take control. Ishan got into his stride halfway of the bout and was able to halt the barrage from Molefe.

Published in Sports
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