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Nuga Sewana 24-11-2021

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Sri Lankan News

Japan reported its first case of the omicron variant Tuesday, less than a day after the country imposed sweeping restrictions on inbound travel to prevent the new strain from spreading domestically. MORE..

30 Nov 2021 (6:31 PM)

Manju Lalith Warnakumara has been appointed to the parliamentary seat left vacant following the resignation of Kalutara District Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna (SLPP) MP Mahinda Samarasinghe. MORE..

30 Nov 2021 (5:18 PM)

The Director-General of Health Services has confirmed 18 new coronavirus-related deaths for November 29, increasing the death toll in the country due to the virus pandemic to 14,346. MORE..

30 Nov 2021 (7:49 PM)

The electricity supply to several parts of the country, which had been disrupted last evening owing to breakdowns, has been restored. MORE..

30 Nov 2021 (10:48 AM)

Sweden s first female prime minister has been reappointed to the top job after political turmoil forced her to resign within hours of taking the post last week. MORE..

30 Nov 2021 (3:56 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)

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)

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