Items filtered by date: Saturday, 14 October 2017
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Finally, a Fridge That Drives Itself

‘Ku, come to the dining table.’ by Shelby Lorman

Published in TipTops

A Dutch team won a solar-powered car race across Australia for a seventh time on Thursday, with a University of Michigan car likely to take second place in the biennial event.

Published in Tech

Alphabet Inc.’s Waymo sought at least $1 billion in damages and a public apology from Uber Technologies Inc as conditions for settling its high-profile trade secret lawsuit against the ride-services company, sources familiar with the proposal told Reuters.

Published in Tech

Oasis star Liam Gallagher has topped the charts with his first ever solo album, As You Were.

Published in Entertainment

Being one of the most eligible bachelors in Bollywood, Salman Khan has been time and again asked about his plans to get married. However, there is also someone else who seems to be facing the same question. It is none other than Tabu.

Published in Entertainment

President Maithripala Sirisena has directed relevant sections to implement a special program to preserve tampita viharas (temples on pillars), a special kind of Buddhist temples.

Published in Sri Lanka

Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe yesterday ordered to speed up post-disaster relief activities and complete compensation payment to people affected by floods and landslides by November.

Published in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka Freedom Party Youth Front (SLFPYF) Chairman, Shantha Bandara has said that the Local Government Elections will be held on the 20th of January.

Published in Politics

The Industry and Commerce Ministry will issue a Gazette Notification stipulating a controlled price for rice if traders fail to take measures to bring down prices in the market, Industry and Commerce Minister Rishad Badiudeen said.

Published in Sri Lanka

Helped by an upswing of growth in China, Japan and Korea, Asia remains the fastest growing region in the world with 5.6% growth in 2017 but countries with large debts and weak balance sheets such as Sri Lanka remain vulnerable, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Friday.

Published in Sri Lanka
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