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The Ministry of Health says that another 2,031 patients who were being treated for COVid-19 have been discharged after completing their recovery. MORE..

13 Jun 2021 (7:09 PM)

Traffic on Galle Road from Dehiwala to Colombo will be diverted to Marine Drive from tomorrow (June 14), says DIG Ajith Rohana. MORE..

13 Jun 2021 (10:22 PM)

Minister of Energy Udaya Gammanpila says he will respond to the criticisms and the call to resign over the recent fuel price hike, at a press conference held today (June 13). MORE..

13 Jun 2021 (3:15 PM)

The latest fuel price hike is a step taken to stabilize the national economy, bank interest rates, and foreign reserves as well as to secure and improve the health and welfare of the public, President s Media Division said. MORE..

13 Jun 2021 (7:52 PM)

Sri Lanka Navy has seized 200 kilograms of heroin smuggled into the country via sea on a multi-day fishing trawler. MORE..

13 Jun 2021 (9:53 AM)

The Marine Environment Protection Authority of Sri Lanka (MEPA), supported by Sri Lanka s tri-forces, has to date collected over 1,000 tonnes of debris from the ongoing beach cleanup in an effort to save Sri Lanka s pristine coastline from the MV X-Press Pearl incident. MORE..

13 Jun 2021 (12:17 AM)

The Director-General of Health Services confirmed that Sri Lanka has reported 63 more deaths related to the COVID-19 pandemic on Monday (June 12). MORE..

13 Jun 2021 (9:43 AM)

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