Items filtered by date: Monday, 14 August 2017

MP Namal Rajapaksa said today said the government had started victimizing the Rajapaksa family members as a ruse to cover up the bond scam.

Published in Politics

Forty Thousand local craftsmen are now networked with Sri Lanka’s apex market facilitator ‘Laksala’. This facilitator brand has also returned to profits in 2016 -after four years of continued loss.

Published in Sri Lanka

India beat Sri Lanka by an innings and 171 runs inside three days in the third and final test to complete a 3-0 whitewash on Monday.

Published in Sports

As a matter of survival, the brain is very sensitive to anything that may be perceived as a threat in our environment. When we become aware of stress that others carry around us, it sends a very clear signal that we too should be worried. This triggers what’s called an “amygdala hijack” where the primitive part of our brain responds in a knee-jerk, defensive, reactive way rather than a mindful, responsive, or reflective way.

Published in TipTops

The Perseid meteor shower peaks every year about this time as the Earth passes debris from the Swift-Tuttle comet, but this year the annual shower will come about a week before a total solar eclipse.

Published in Tech

Scientists from U.S. and Britain have found four planets, slightly larger than Earth, orbiting a star visible with a naked eye.

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Is J Balvin's Mi Gente the new Despacito?

Earlier this summer, Luis Fonsi's Despacito became the most-streamed song of all time - an incredible feat for a record that's predominantly in Spanish.

Published in Entertainment

A day after the announcement of his son’s birth, Fardeen Khan once again took to Twitter and shared the first picture of his baby and captioned the image as, “Thank you for the congratulatory messages and wishes.

Published in Entertainment

Even though the political culture of the country is neck deep in corruption and fraud at all levels and it cannot be changed for the better from the top echelons to the lowest rungs overnight, the present government is shouldering the difficult task of creating a group of honest politicians who love the motherland, President Maithripala Sirisena said.

Published in Sri Lanka

Former President Mahinda Rajapaksa yesterday urged the Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) members in the unity government to join the Joint Opposition (JO).

Published in Politics
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