Items filtered by date: Friday, 20 October 2017

What it means when they message you too much. Or not enough. by Drake Baer, Senior writer at Thrive Global covering the brain and social sciences.

Published in TipTops

Iridium Communications says its next two launches of new-generation satellites will use refurbished SpaceX Falcon 9 first-stage boosters that have flown previously.

Published in Tech

Two weeks ago Carla Rountree of Washington, D.C., was enjoying an autumn afternoon with friends at the Maryland Renaissance Festival, gaily dressed in a tutu with a goofy unicorn horn tied to her head. While ordering a drink at a beverage stall, a man standing next to her said, "You know, I could grab that horn like you're an ice cream cone, flip you over, and just lick you."

Published in Tech

Bollywood celebrities are busy attending lavish Diwali bashes thrown by their industry friends. And their next stop was Sanjay and Maanayata's residence. The couple hosted a grand party on the occasion of Deepavali inviting friends and dear ones from across the industry.

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Classical dance recital to take stage

Natya Kala Mandhir, School of Bharathanatyam presents Vaathsalya – Classical Dance Recital, choreographed and directed by “Kalasuri” Smt. Vasugy Jegatheeswaran will be staged on October 21 at 5 pm at New Kathiresan Hall, Bambalapitiya.

Published in Entertainment

Journalism’s first obligation is to tell the truth, President Maithripala Sirisena asserted yesterday.

Published in Sri Lanka

The Chief Prelate of the Malwatte Chapter rejected media reports which mischievously suggested that he opposed any Constitutional reforms, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said yesterday(19th).

Published in Sri Lanka
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Parliament

Premier explains issues over Southern Expressway construction

Published in Politics

The Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP) said the new Constitution should abolish the executive presidency and if President Maithripala Sirisena contests the next presidential election without abolishing the executive presidency he will definitely be defeated.

Published in Politics

The Karaka Maha Sangha Sabha of the Malwatte Chapter had not decided to oppose a new constitution or bringing amendments to the present Constitution of the country, the Anunayaka of the Malwatte Chapter Ven.Dimbulkumbure Wimaladhamma Thera said yesterday. Refuting media reports that Karaka Maha Sangha Sabha of both Malwatte and Asgiriya chapters had decided to oppose a new constitution, Wimaladhamma Thera said that a few members of the Karaka Maha Sangha Sabha of both chapters had met on Wednesday to discuss constitutional reforms and the Malwatte chapter had not taken any decision to oppose the formation of a new constitution.

Published in Sri Lanka
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