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Items filtered by date: Sunday, 25 June 2017

Terms and conditions on SAITM to be gazetted

The terms and conditions that the government is about to impose on the South Asian Institute of Technology and Medicine (SAITM) will be gazetted, Secretary to the President P.B. Abeykoon said. In a statement on Sunday, Abeykoon stated that it have also temporally been halted to enroll new students to the SAITM and to award degrees until the relevant gazette is issued.

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Met. Department predicts fairly strong winds

Due to active southwest monsoonal conditions, showery weather is expected during next few days in the south western part of the country and the possibility of continuing rain in the Kegalle, Rathnapura and Kalutara districts is high, the Met. Department said.

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THE WOODEN WONDER OF PANAVITIYA AMBALAMA

‘Ambalama’ is a Sinhala word for a wayside rest-house. I first saw one when I was trekking to Sri Pada, (Adam’s Peak) with my grandmother in the latter part of the 1970s. I saw several buildings along the trek up to the peak where weary pilgrims stop over to take a respite from their long journey.

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SPECTACULAR BATTING COLLAPSE SEES LANKA WOMEN LOSE TO NZ

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A spectacular batting collapse by Sri Lanka saw them lose their opening ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup match against New Zealand by nine wickets at Bristol on Saturday. Invited to bat first Sri Lanka looked headed for a total beyond 250 when they were 141-1 courtesy a fine half-century from Chamari Atapattu (53 off 66 balls) and a steady knock of 49 off 113 balls from Chamari Polgampola.

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ORNAMENT GOES SOUL

What was termed as “a unique concert” of the “mysterious Russian soul” turned out to be exactly that, when the 60th Anniversary of Russia - Sri Lanka Diplomatic Relationship was celebrated at the Russian Cultural Centre on June 6, 2017. The musical ensemble Ornament from the Russian Northern capital of St. Petersburg comprised Mikhayil Dzyudze on balalaika double bass, Oleg Gulevsky played the button accordion-bayan, Denis Penyugin the balalaika and Sergei Nikulin - guitar.

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'Mom': Reasons to watch the film

Sridevi, who marked her return to Bollywood with the critically acclaimed 2012 film 'English Vinglish', is all set to rule the silver screen once again. This time around, the star will be seen in the thriller title 'Mom'. The film written and directed by Ravi Udyawar, follows the story of a mother who has to make tough choices in order to save her teenage daughter. With the film set to release on 7 July 2017, we give you few reasons to watch the movie.

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FORD STEPS DOWN AS SRI LANKA COACH

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Sri Lanka’s cricket coach Graham Ford has quit, officials said Saturday, midway through a 45-month contract and just two weeks after the team’s early exit from the Champions Trophy.Sri Lanka’s cricket board said the 56-year-old South African was ending his second stint with the team after a “decision arrived at mutually.

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