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Items filtered by date: Wednesday, 22 March 2017

12 Strategies to Streamline Sleep

Having trouble getting a full, restful night’s sleep? Join us as we tackle each aspect of the nighttime routine, from preparing your space to the final lights-out, so you can sail into dreamland — and learn to get back to sleep even if you pop up again. Take charge of your sleep routine and learn to let go of your day-to-day worries by following these 12 tips. 1. Take a bath. Warming your body and then gradually cooling down is a great way to promote rest. Light candles and add essential oils if you like, read a book, sip refreshing herbal tea and begin the process of letting go of your day.

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Sri Lanka will not join ICC: PM

Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe assured that the government had not agreed to join an International Criminal Court (ICC), to bring in foreign judges to Sri Lankan Courts and appoint a Hybrid Court since they are against the government’s policy as well as the policy of the Asian governments.

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UNPers in cold war at CPC

It is claimed that a cold war has broken out among the members of the United National Party (UNP) in the Central Provincial Council (CPC) due to a battle to win the post of Opposition Leader, which fell vacant on the death of Renuka Herath.

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Plan to curb terror, boost maritime security likely

India will push for a joint action plan to counter terrorism, de-radicalize potential recruits, and enhance maritime security in the Bay of Bengal region when it hosts the first meeting of the national security advisers (NSA) to the seven BIMSTEC countries. The BIMSTEC is a crucial regional platform in India's strategy for ending cross-border extremism as the SAARC, the South Asian grouping, has failed to achieve its security goals.

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