Items filtered by date: Friday, 16 March 2018
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The Shame Game

Shame is our conscience, the voice of the soul that says I am less because of my actions; it is the painful belief that our behavior makes us unworthy of love and undeserving of acceptance—and by extension, all that we love is neither safe nor secure

Published in TipTops

Only one of 118 gender discrimination complaints made by women at Microsoft was found to have merit, according to unsealed court documents.

Published in Tech

Chinese telecoms giant Huawei says it will continue to invest in the United States despite recent setbacks in its efforts to boost sales there.

Published in Tech

A 20-year-old singer kissed by Katy Perry during his American Idol audition has said the experience left him "uncomfortable" - because it was his first kiss.

Published in Entertainment
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New actress for ‘Don 3’

Many speculations around the third installment of Farhan Akhtar’s ‘Don’ franchise have been making the rounds for a long time now. Although not much air has been cleared on the same, reports are rife that the third installment would feature a new actress opposite Shah Rukh Khan instead of Priyanka Chopra.

Published in Entertainment

An agreement for the implementation of a Japan-Sri Lanka Joint Health Service was signed concurrent to the official talks held between President Maithripala Sirisena and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Tokyo on Wednesday.

Published in Sri Lanka

The Bribery Commission is to give more teeth to the penal code soon by introducing a new law to 'Disclose Conflict of Interests and Relationships' which will filter the roles of all law enforcement agencies, the judiciary and politicians in a bid to curb corruption and nepotism.

Published in Politics

The Ministry of Higher Education & Highways had informed that it had extended the deadline for accepting applications for the interest free loan scheme to students who had sat for the G.C.E (A/L) examination in 2016, until March 20, 2018.

Published in Sri Lanka

The Joint Opposition has decided on Wednesday evening to proceed with the motion of no confidence against Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe, it is learnt.

Published in Sri Lanka

Joint Opposition (JO) sources claimed that despite repeated requests made to the Government, to release the Galle Face Green for its May Day rally, the Government had refused by trotting out flimsy excuses, prompting them to seek the country’s next biggest ground to hold the rally.

Published in Sri Lanka
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