Items filtered by date: Saturday, 23 June 2018

It’s 6:00 on a Tuesday morning. It’s been two weeks since I’ve lost my hard-earned momentum.

Published in TipTops

Intel Corp Chief Executive Brian Krzanich resigned on Thursday after a probe found his consensual relationship with an employee violated company policy.

Published in Tech

Tracking wildlife migration has been historically difficult in the rugged terrain of Alaska. Researchers primarily rely on either surveys or GPS tracking to understand bird migration patterns. Both methods are expensive, either in terms of time or money. And the trackers are often too large or heavy.

Published in Tech

Sunny Leone while shooting for a reality show was rushed to Brijesh Hospital, Kashipur after she complaint about stomach ache on Thursday. Reports suggest that she is under going for appendix treatment.

Published in Entertainment

Netflix has fired its head of communications over his use of the “N-word”.

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Facility of Uswatte Confectionery

Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe opened the new biscuit manufacturing facility of Uswatte Confectionery Works in Millaniya, Bandaragama yesterday.

Published in Sri Lanka

The Embassy of Sri Lanka, with the Sri Lankan Tourism Promotion Bureau, organised three tourism promotional events in Seoul, South Korea to promote Sri Lanka as an attractive tourist destination among the Korean public and the travel trade.

Published in Sri Lanka

The Government will carry out an investigation into the cruel killing of a leopard in the Kilinochchi jungle, Parliament was told yesterday.

Published in Sri Lanka
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Gnanasara Thera enlarged on bail

Bodu Bala Sena (BBS) General Secretary Ven. Galagoda Athhe Gnanasara Thera was released on bail by Homagama Chief Magistrate Udesh Ranathunga yesterday (22). Bail was set at two sureties in Rs 500,000 and his passport impounded.

Published in Sri Lanka

Minister of Provincial Councils and Local Government Faiszer Musthapha is scheduled to present a Bill to amend the shortcomings in the PC Elections (Amendment) Act, once the proposals are presented to him by a committee formed in this regard. The Bill would initially be presented as a Cabinet Paper for approval, subsequent to which it would be presented to Parliament, polls monitor the People’s Action for Free and Fair Elections (PAFFREL) said.

Published in Sri Lanka
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