Items filtered by date: Friday, 15 June 2018
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Do You Have to Forgive to Move On?

My mom had one response to our childhood complaints of schoolyard mean girls: “They’re probably having problems at home. Let it go.”

I, of course, wasn’t having any of it. “But they’re mean

Published in TipTops

Twitter announced Wednesday it would be updating its services to make it easier for users to find content about major events such as natural disasters and the FIFA World Cup that begins on Thursday.

Published in Tech

Lions and tigers and bears are increasingly becoming night owls because of us, a new study says.

Published in Tech

Sanjay Dutt's biopic 'Sanju' had become the talk of the time ever since the first look of Ranbir Kapoor from the sets had gone viral on the internet and his resemblance to Sanjay took everyone by surprise.

Published in Entertainment

A major new Frida Kahlo exhibition promises a new perspective on an artist who remains one of the most inspirational and influential in modern art.

Published in Entertainment

The most important thing in our life should be the purification of mind for the betterment as well as the protection of human beings. Any act, which is harmful to society, first germinates in a human mind. Consequently, the salvation and betterment of human beings could only be attained in an environment of good thoughts where moral values are strengthened, stated President Maithripala Sirisena, in his message marking Ramadan.

Published in Sri Lanka

Postal Service trade union action cannot be accepted at this juncture even though they have several justifiable reasons, Postal Ministry Secretary and Postmaster General said.

Published in Sri Lanka

With concurrence of both parties, Court of Appeal yesterday made orders that former Defence Secretary Gotabhaya shall present before the Financial Criminal Investigation Division (FCID) on 25 June at 9.30 a.m. to make a statement and be present before the Magistrate’s Court when noticed. 

Published in Sri Lanka

Trade union action by dairy farmers and union leaders were temporarily suspended when Minister of Rural Economic Development Vijith Wijayamuni Zoysa pledged to provide speedy solutions to several of their demands including putting a stop to importing cows.

Published in Sri Lanka

Moscow, Thursday: Denis Cheryshev struck twice for Russia as the World Cup hosts thumped Saudi Arabia 5-0 in the opening match of the tournament in Moscow on Thursday.

Published in Sports
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