Items filtered by date: Friday, 13 July 2018

An excerpt from "It’s Grief: The Dance of Self-Discovery Through Trauma and Loss."

Published in TipTops

Scientists have announced a new finding about the source of a high-energy neutrino, a subatomic particle detected at an observatory at the Earth's South Pole.

Published in Tech

Is your dorm room stifling hot? That might impact your memory.

Published in Tech

Mira Sorvino has said a casting director gagged her with a condom when she was aged 16.

Published in Entertainment

Game of Thrones leads the nominations at this year's Emmy Awards, after being ineligible in 2017.

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President welcomes Thai Prime Minister

The Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Thailand, General Prayut Chan-o-cha, was yesterday received by President Maithripala Sirisena at the Presidential Secretariat, where he was given a ceremonial Guard of Honour. Thailand Prime Ministers spouse, Associate Professor Naraporn Chan-o-cha and First Lady Jayanthi Sirisena too were present.

Published in Sri Lanka

The New Education Standard Act comprising all the changes that should be made to enhance the quality of the country’s education will be introduced in the near future, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said. The Prime Minister was speaking at the Subhaga Scholarship Awards Ceremony at Temple Trees yesterday.

Published in Sri Lanka

MP and former President Mahinda Rajapaksa said yesterday that the latest fuel price increase is being justified in terms of a price formula which nobody has seen and accused the government of attempting to fleece the public through the manipulation of fuel prices.

Published in Sri Lanka
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Driver licence exam automated

The Motor Traffic Department is moving into the future with an automated touch screen version of the driver licence exam. The Touch Screen test replaces the traditional pencil and paper exam.

Published in Sri Lanka

The Committee for Protecting the Rights of Prisoners (CPRP) yesterday (12), pointed out that the laws of the land, including the supreme law, as enshrined in the Constitution, did not allow for discrimination to be adopted as a practice in the enforcement of the capital punishment on death-row convicts.

Published in Sri Lanka
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