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Sulanga Episode 36

Sulanga Episode 36

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Sulanga Episode 36
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Sri Lankan News

New Zealand authorities have recovered 3.2 tonnes of cocaine, worth more than $300 million, found floating in the Pacific Ocean and believed to be bound for Australia. MORE..

8 Feb 2023 (4:53 PM)

The Attorney General (AG) has informed the Court of Appeal that the Cabinet of Ministers has decided not to implement the recommendations of the Political Victimisation Commission, which was chaired by former Justice Upali Abeyratne. MORE..

8 Feb 2023 (4:23 PM)

It has been revealed that the death of prominent businessman Dinesh Schaffter, the director of Jana Shakti PLC, was caused by ingestion of cyanide, when the case was taken up before the Aluthkade Magistrate s Court today (Feb. 08). MORE..

8 Feb 2023 (10:24 PM)

Asia will for the first time use half of the world s electricity by 2025, even as Africa continues to consume far less than its share of the global population, according to a new forecast released Wednesday by the International Energy Agency. MORE..

8 Feb 2023 (11:34 PM)

Two individuals including Ven. Balangoda Kassapa Thero were arrested today (Feb. 08) during a Satyagraha campaign that was blocking the entry road to parliament. MORE..

8 Feb 2023 (3:19 PM)

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday conceded "shortcomings" after criticism of his government s response to the massive earthquake that has killed over 15,000 people in Turkey and Syria. MORE..

9 Feb 2023 (8:58 AM)

With hope fading to find survivors, stretched rescue teams toiled through the night in Turkey and Syria, searching for signs of life in the rubble of thousands of buildings toppled by a catastrophic earthquake. The death toll rose Wednesday to more than 11,000 in the deadliest quake worldwide in more than a decade. MORE..

8 Feb 2023 (7:16 PM)

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