Items filtered by date: Thursday, 06 July 2017

By Yusuf Ariff The Supreme Court of Sri Lanka today allowed the Government Medical Officers’ Association to intervene in the petition file by the Sri Lanka Medical Council over the private medical college in Malabe.

Published in Sri Lanka

Values as the leading force for our lives. by Eiman Al Zaabi, Eiman Al Zaabi is a transformational coach, spiritual teacher, and author of The Art of Surrender: A Practical Guide to Enlightened Happiness and Well-Being

Published in TipTops
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Volvo to Go All Electric in 2019

Swedish carmaker Volvo says it is phasing out the internal combustion engine in favor of electric motors by 2019.

Published in Tech

A novel class of personalized cancer vaccines, tailored to the tumors of individual patients, kept disease in check in two early-stage clinical trials, pointing to a new way to help the immune system fight back.

Published in Tech

Now another pop superstar Lady Gaga has defended Ed's decision to go offline because of cyber bullies and keyboard warriors.

Published in Entertainment
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'SOUND OF MUSIC' AT BMICH

‘Sound of music,’ musical extravganza will be held on july 29 at 7 pm at the Banquet Hall, bmich.

Published in Entertainment

President Maithripala Sirisena yesterday said that the Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) Trade Union Movement contributed to make a huge transformation in the country’s economic, social and cultural fields.

Published in Sri Lanka

Former Pakistan batsman Ramiz Raja has urged the International Cricket Council to set aside a two-month window solely for Test matches in a bid to preserve the longest form of the game.

Published in Sports
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PM plots growth trajectory

Delivering a wide-ranging assessment of the economy, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe yesterday hailed prudent fiscal management for tackling debt interest payments and outlined the way ahead for key investments and growth.

Published in Sri Lanka

Students in junior classes will be allowed to wear long trousers instead of shorts until the dengue menace is brought under control. School girls will also be allowed to use a suitable dress together with the school uniform to cover their legs.

Published in Sri Lanka
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