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Losses at Govt. bodies sore to Rs. 50 bn

Losses at Govt. bodies sore to Rs. 50 bn

The losses incurred by go...

MR tears into Govt

MR tears into Govt

This country has had its ...

SC directs AG to formulate rule

SC directs AG to formulate rule

The Supreme Court yesterd...

Lanka eyeing maid/caregiver jobs in S’pore

Lanka eyeing maid/caregiver jobs in S’pore

Demand for caregivers wil...

SL grows by 3.2% in 1Q

SL grows by 3.2% in 1Q

Sri Lanka grew by 3.2% ye...

Tourism told to plug talent shortage

Tourism told to plug talent shortage

As professional bodies ca...

Stocks extend losses, hit 14-month low

Stocks extend losses, hit 14-month low

Reuters: Sri Lankan share...

AG’s Dept. probes diplomatic mission costs

AG’s Dept. probes diplomatic mission costs

The Auditor General’s (AG...

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Items filtered by date: Monday, 11 June 2018

7 signs your commute to work is wearing you down

You try to balance time between your job and your life outside of the office. You’re busy. You’re often stressed. You really can’t afford to lose hours from your day. But if you commute to work, that’s exactly what’s happening. You may spend an hour, two hours, or even more every day sitting in your car, stuck in traffic, wishing you were somewhere else.

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Rise in US Suicides Highlights Need for New Depression Drugs

  • Published in Tech

A spike in suicide rates in the United States has cast fresh light on the need for more effective treatments for major depression, with researchers saying it is a tricky development area that has largely been abandoned by big pharmaceutical companies.

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DISCLOSE TAX REDUCING FORMULA

Former President Mahinda Rajapaksa who established a world record by obtaining massive foreign loans when in power has pledged to reduce taxes by 20 percent if elected to power again. But, he should disclose the ways and means he will devise to bring down taxes by such an amount, if the promise is genuine, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said.

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Kerosene to be reduced by Rs.31

The price of kerosene will be reduced by Rs. 31 per litre from Tuesday midnight. The new price from Wednesday will be Rs. 70 per litre, Fisheries, Aquatic Resources Development and Rural Economy State Minister Dilip Wedaarachchi said.

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