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Sri Lankan News

The Communist Party of Sri Lanka says that Raja Collure has been removed from his position as the Chairman of the party with immediate effect. MORE..

24 Oct 2021 (4:16 PM)

The daily count of COVID-positive cases confirmed in Sri Lanka moved to 554 today (October 23), says the Epidemiology Unit. MORE..

23 Oct 2021 (11:18 PM)

The Ministry of Education says that students of the primary sections of all government schools can attend school tomorrow (25) wearing any suitable dress if they are unable to wear their school uniforms. MORE..

24 Oct 2021 (9:02 PM)

The Secretary to the President, P.B. Jayasundera has called for an inquiry into a media report with regard to the importation of nano nitrogen liquid fertilizer. MORE..

24 Oct 2021 (3:29 AM)

Indian Navy has reportedly apprehended two Sri Lankan fishermen for crossing the International Maritime Boundary Line (IMBL) on Friday evening and they were brought to Nagapattinam coast on Saturday. MORE..

24 Oct 2021 (1:12 PM)

The Health Ministry reports that another 122 persons have tested positive for the novel coronavirus today, increasing the daily count of new cases to 555. MORE..

24 Oct 2021 (10:36 PM)

The Health Ministry says that another 433 persons have tested positive for Covid-19, increasing the tally of coronavirus cases registered in the country to 535,962. MORE..

24 Oct 2021 (7:30 PM)

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