Items filtered by date: Wednesday, 04 April 2018

Don't let your life outside of work take a backseat to the daily grind.

Published in TipTops

The gay dating app Grindr will stop sharing its users' HIV status with analytics companies.

Published in Tech

Dozens of rare footprints belonging to dinosaurs made some 170 million years ago have been discovered on Scotland’s Isle of Skye, offering an important insight into the Middle Jurassic era, scientists said on Tuesday.

Published in Tech

Akshay Kumar didn't have a Godfather in the industry but he has managed to make his own place in Bollywood. The actor is as saleable a star as the Khans and is banked upon for his hold on the box-office. Never the one to shy from experimenting, Akshay has constantly reinvented himself. Let's take a look at why he is different from the Khans...

Published in Entertainment

As the clock strikes 7pm on April 7, the music of Neville Fernando will come to life at The Sooriya Village in the form of the concert titled ‘Neville Master Sir’.

Published in Entertainment
%AM, %04 %096 %2018 %06:%Apr

Nation nervy over No-confidence today!

Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe will face a crucial no-confidence motion in Parliament today that could go down to the wire, with some political parties still undecided on their vote at the eleventh hour, while the United National Party (UNP) and its allies are backing their leader to the hilt and are confident they have the necessary numbers to carry the day.

Published in Sri Lanka

PTI: Sri Lanka’s former president Mahinda Rajapaksa has expressed hope that incumbent Maithripala Sirisena - who was responsible for his ouster in 2015 - will support a no-confidence motion backed by the Joint Opposition against Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe.

Published in Sri Lanka
%AM, %04 %093 %2018 %06:%Apr

NCM will be defeated -Minister Ranawaka

Megapolis and Western Development Minister Patali Champika Ranawaka said yesterday that they would vote against the No Confidence Motion (NCM) brought against the Premier.

Published in Politics
%AM, %04 %092 %2018 %06:%Apr

UNP stays firm with PM

The United National Party (UNP) yesterday stood steadfastly behind Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe as the hours ticked down to the crucial No-Confidence motion in Parliament today, insisting that they would await the final vote before deciding the way forward for the Government.

Published in Politics

The Colombo High Court yesterday (3) decided to temporarily lift the overseas travel ban imposed on Yoshitha Rajapaksa, who had been named as a suspect in a money laundering case, where illegally accrued finances had been deposited in the accounts of the now defunct Carlton Sports Network.

Published in Politics
Page 1 of 2