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Batti (311) - 11-06-2019

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An earth slip in Dickoya Watta in Hatton has caused obstruction to vehicular traffic on the Hatton-Bogawantalawa main road. MORE..

14 Nov 2019 (8:51 PM)

The Chairman of the Elections Commission of Sri Lanka, Mahinda Deshapriya, says that the commission continues to receive complaints regarding the spread of misinformation, hate speech, posts and images promoting candidates on social media. MORE..

15 Nov 2019 (1:01 AM)

Sri Lanka Police says that 83 persons have been arrested so far across the country in connection with violations of election laws. MORE..

15 Nov 2019 (12:39 AM)

The Sri Lanka Transport Board (SLTB) has taken measures to launch a special bus service for public traveling to their villages to cast their votes for the presidential election. MORE..

14 Nov 2019 (2:32 PM)

The Colombo High Court has ordered to resume witness hearings of the case against Chairman of Avant-Garde Nissanka Yapa Senadhipathi and former Chairman of Rakna Lanka Major General Palitha Fernando on February 14th, 2020. MORE..

14 Nov 2019 (3:20 PM)

A case of woman assaulting her husband to death with a club is reported from the Kannagipuram area in Valachchenai, stated the Police. MORE..

14 Nov 2019 (2:13 PM)

Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) today called on the Elections Commission of Sri Lanka (ECSL), to pursue prosecutions against individuals and parties who have committed offences against public property in the run up to the 2019 presidential poll. MORE..

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