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Sri Lankan News

The Disaster Management Centre (DMC) says a total of 12,252 individuals have been affected by Cyclone Burevi which crossed Sri Lanka s north-eastern coast last night (02). MORE..

3 Dec 2020 (4:09 PM)

The centre of the cyclonic storm Burevi has crossed north-eastern coast of Sri Lanka between Kuchchaveli and Thiriyayi between 10.30 pm and 11.30 pm yesterday (December 02), says the Department of Meteorology. MORE..

3 Dec 2020 (9:43 AM)

Imprisonment is not the solution for drug-addicted convicts, said Minister of Justice Ali Sabry at the parliament today (03). MORE..

3 Dec 2020 (9:01 PM)

Minister of Education Prof. G.L. Peiris says the government is making arrangements to hold the 2020 G.C.E. Ordinary Level Examination in March next year. MORE..

3 Dec 2020 (6:14 PM)

Minister of Tourism Prasanna Ranatunga says plans have been made to reopen the airport in accordance with the COVID-19 guidelines enabling foreign tourists to enter the country and it can be done so as soon as the approval of the health authorities is received. MORE..

3 Dec 2020 (10:11 PM)

The cyclonic storm Burevi is currently moving further away from Sri Lanka, the Department of Meteorology confirmed. MORE..

3 Dec 2020 (5:18 PM)

With another uptick in Covid-19 figures observed today (03), total infections confirmed in Sri Lanka surpassed the 26,000 mark. MORE..

4 Dec 2020 (12:25 AM)

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