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Sri Lankan News

Sri Lanka reported 349 new infections of the novel coronavirus today (24), Army Commander General Shavendra Silva confirmed. MORE..

24 Jan 2021 (7:38 PM)

A person has been killed in a shooting incident in Pallemulla, Panadura, Ada Derana reporter stated. MORE..

25 Jan 2021 (12:00 PM)

A man was killed after being shot at by two unidentified gunmen at the Pallimulla area in Panadura, this morning (25). MORE..

25 Jan 2021 (8:03 PM)

Schools in non-isolated police areas in Western Province will reopen tomorrow (January 25) only for students sitting for G.C.E. Ordinary Level Examination in March, says Minister of Education Prof. G.L. Peiris. MORE..

25 Jan 2021 (1:03 AM)

National Operations Centre for Prevention of COVID-19 Outbreak (NOCPCO) Head Army Commander General Shavendra Silva has issued an updated announcement on the isolation status of several areas. MORE..

25 Jan 2021 (10:06 AM)

Sri Lanka Navy says that one of the Indian fishermen apprehended earlier this month along with 08 others and a trawler while poaching in Sri Lankan territorial waters, has tested positive for COVID-19 following the quarantine period. MORE..

25 Jan 2021 (7:48 PM)

Three more persons who were infected with Covid-19 have fallen victim to the virus, the Director-General of Health Services confirmed a short while ago. MORE..

25 Jan 2021 (12:13 AM)

Resource : Ada Derana