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Olu Episode 4

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Olu Episode 4
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Sri Lankan News

The International Cricket Council (ICC) says it has concluded its investigation into the documentary programme Cricket s Match Fixers broadcast by Al Jazeera on 27 May 2018. MORE..

17 May 2021 (6:15 PM)

Japan s controversial immigration bill designed to reform the deportation process has faced staunch opposition in parliament, with the recent death of a Sri Lankan woman in custody raising questions about the nation s lengthy detentions of foreigners. MORE..

17 May 2021 (10:02 PM)

The Ministry of Health reports that another 1,579 persons have tested positive for coronavirus today (17). MORE..

17 May 2021 (8:49 PM)

Three police areas in Mullaitivu District are to be isolated with effect from 11.00 p.m. tonight (17). MORE..

17 May 2021 (8:15 PM)

Showers or thundershowers will occur at several places in Central, Sabaragamuwa, Uva, Eastern and North-central provinces and in Hambantota and Mullaitivu districts during the evening or night, says the Department of Meteorology. MORE..

18 May 2021 (9:12 AM)

Army Commander General Shavendra Silva says that travel restrictions will be imposed across the island from 11.00 p.m. on Friday (May 21) to 4.00 a.m. on Tuesday (May 25). MORE..

17 May 2021 (7:09 PM)

The Director-General of Health Services confirmed that Sri Lanka has reported 19 more deaths related to the COVID-19 pandemic on Wednesday (May 17). MORE..

18 May 2021 (1:47 AM)

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