Items filtered by date: Saturday, 21 April 2018
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Rigidity, Control and Fear

"Why is it that most of us want to be in control most of the time?"

Published in TipTops

Iran's presidency has banned all government bodies from using foreign-based messaging apps to communicate with citizens, state media reported Wednesday, after economic protests organized through such apps shook the country earlier this year.

Published in Tech
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Earth Day Call to Arms: Skip the Straw

The United Kingdom is proposing a ban on disposable plastic straws.

Published in Tech

The death of Swedish DJ Avicii, whose supreme knack for uplifting, melodic pop-house hits made him one of the world's biggest dance producers, has left fans and fellow musicians in deep shock.

Published in Entertainment

King Khan aka Shah Rukh Khan is never off the headlines. However, apart from his much-awaited film ‘Zero’, what has kept him the limelight is his legal matter on one of his properties. As per reports, the difficulties for him prevail as the Income Tax Department continues to probe into his Alibaug property matter.

Published in Entertainment

The Commonwealth Centre for Digital Health was launched in London yesterday. President Maithripala Sirisena was a special guest on the occasion.

Published in Sri Lanka
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Education Minister Akila Viraj Kariyawasam is likely become the next General Secretary of the United National Party.

Published in Sri Lanka
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Tamils rally against Sirisena in London

Thousands of Tamils rallied against President Maithripala Sirisena’s visit to London shouting “go back, Maithri” and carrying “#GoBackMY3” signs. The President is in London to attend Commonwealth Heads of Government’s meeting.

Published in Sri Lanka

The Government has amended the law lifting hitherto prevailed restrictions on maternity leave for women with two or more children.

Published in Sri Lanka
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Joint Opposition targeting Sampanthan

Leader of the Opposition and the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) R. Sampanthan has come under severe criticism of the Joint Opposition (JO) for supporting Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe and defeating the No-Confidence Motion brought by the JO against him in Parliament a few weeks ago.

Published in Sri Lanka
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