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Sirasa Lunch Time News 14-02-2020

Sirasa Lunch Time News 14-02-2020

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Sri Lankan News

Showers will occur at times in Eastern, Uva and Central provinces and in Hambanthota district, says the Department of Meteorology. MORE..

21 Feb 2020 (12:38 PM)

President Gotabaya Rajapaksa says his aim is to eradicate poverty by creating a people-centric economy. MORE..

21 Feb 2020 (1:49 AM)

The body of the police constable, who was reported missing from Kadawatha area since last Sunday (16), has been found in Werahera, Pannala. MORE..

21 Feb 2020 (9:39 AM)

Religion brings mental relaxation and well-being for human beings who have to move forward in life facing numerous challenges, obstacles and complexities, says President Gotabaya Rajapaksa in his message for Maha Sivarathri festival. MORE..

21 Feb 2020 (11:25 AM)

The Katunayake-Colombo expressway which was temporarily closed for traffic due to smoke obstructing the visibility of the motorists has been now fully reopened for traffic, stated the Police. MORE..

20 Feb 2020 (11:01 PM)

The National Child Protection Authority (NCPA) is conducting investigations into a group of individuals who sexually exploiting school girls online. MORE..

21 Feb 2020 (6:04 PM)

A Japanese firm was chosen by Sri Lanka Thursday to build a new US$570 million terminal for Sri Lanka s main airport, as Tokyo re-emerges as a key infrastructure backer amid a raft of Chinese projects. MORE..

20 Feb 2020 (8:19 PM)

Resource : Ada Derana