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Hithuwakkari Episode 24

Hithuwakkari Episode 24

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Hithuwakkari Episode 24
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Sri Lankan News

The daily count of COVID-19 cases confirmed in Sri Lanka moved to 722 today (November 30) as 195 more people were tested positive for the virus, the Epidemiology Unit said. MORE..

30 Nov 2021 (11:41 PM)

China has denied reports it could take control of Uganda s international airport should the government in Kampala default on a $200 million loan from Beijing. MORE..

30 Nov 2021 (1:51 PM)

A low-pressure area has formed and lays over southern parts of Thailand and the areas in its vicinity, says the Department of Meteorology. MORE..

30 Nov 2021 (6:05 PM)

The Cabinet of Ministers has given its approval to import 200,000 metric tons of rice from Myanmar to stabilize the prices in the local market, says the Department of Government Information. MORE..

30 Nov 2021 (11:55 AM)

Litro Gas Lanka Ltd. has introduced a hotline - 1311 - for the general public to report any issues pertaining to domestic LP gas cylinders. MORE..

1 Dec 2021 (12:06 AM)

A special parliamentary consultative committee is slated to convene at 9.00 a.m. on Wednesday (December 01) to discuss the recent incidents related to leakages in domestic LP gas cylinders. MORE..

30 Nov 2021 (12:36 PM)

The boss of an Australian investment bank has topped the ranking of this year s highest-paid chief executives, while Ruslan Kogan s pay soared 1413%, after he took home $8.99 million. MORE..

30 Nov 2021 (7:31 PM)

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