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Sirasa Lunch Time News 27-01-2021

Sirasa Lunch Time News 27-01-2021

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Sri Lankan News

Former Australia all-rounder and reputed commentator Tom Moody has emerged as the new director of Sri Lanka cricket. MORE..

28 Feb 2021 (8:36 PM)

The maximum amount of compensation to be paid to an employee of the private sector and semi-government institutions (corporations and statutory bodies) whose service is terminated as per the requirement of the relevant institution has been increased. MORE..

28 Feb 2021 (9:02 PM)

Team Naada Stars took home the championship at the Derana-Signal Sarigama Crossover Grand Finale yesterday (February 27). MORE..

28 Feb 2021 (10:11 AM)

Sri Lanka Navy, with the facilitation of Maritime Rescue Coordination Centre (MRCC Colombo) stationed at Navy Headquarters, leaped into action today (27) to rescue 02 fishermen aboard a dinghy that was swept away to the Indian waters. MORE..

28 Feb 2021 (12:42 AM)

Guidelines for the Circular permitting burial of bodies of COVID-19 victims has been drafted, says Director-General of Health Services Dr. Asela Gunawardena. MORE..

27 Feb 2021 (8:45 PM)

More than 200 prisoners are on the run in Haiti after escaping from a jail near the capital, Port-au-Prince. MORE..

27 Feb 2021 (7:28 PM)

Sri Lanka registered 220 more positive cases of COVID-19 today (February 27), Ministry of Health confirmed. MORE..

27 Feb 2021 (7:51 PM)

Resource : Ada Derana