Errant United National Front (UNF) MP Wijeyadasa Rajapakshe accused the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) today of possessing prior knowledge of the Easter Sunday bombings.
PM Wickremesinghe has informed the PCoI probing corruption in state institutions that he is unable to appear before it today.
A Brigadier Anura Deshapriya Gunewardena and three Army soldiers are indicted on 96 counts in the case where the Army allegedly opened fire on protestors angry that their groundwater was being polluted
President Maithripala Sirisena received his Togolese counterpart Faure Gnassingbé at the Presidential Secretariat yesterday (11).
Showers or thundershowers will occur in the Western, Sabaragamuwa, Northwestern provinces and the Galle and Matara districts Department of Meteorology said.
The new intercity express train service 'Pulasthi' from Colombo Fort to Polonnaruwa commenced its daily run yesterday (11), with President Maithripala Sirisena onboard for a portion of the train's maiden voyage.
Mass Media Non-Cabinet Minister Ruwan Wijewardene yesterday suggested that the surprise takeover of Rupavahini could be the first step towards a second constitutional coup.
The Cabinet yesterday approved amendments to the Criminal Procedure Code Act made by the Sectoral Oversight Committee (SOC).
Talks between UNP leader Ranil Wickremesinghe and deputy leader Sajith Premadasa ended on a positive note last night, but the final decision remains unclear.
The CEB is paying its engineers higher salaries they are not entitled to, in violation of a court order, the Ceylon Electricity Workers’ Union said.
Bringing the SLRC under Defence Ministry control is one of many adverse effects of the executive presidency, UNP MP Prof Ashu Marasinghe said.
One hundred billion worth of projects that include regional airport, new Town Hall, Ports development, regional airport and industrial zone
Minister Harin Fernando claimed today that he was unable to handover his asset declaration documents on time due to confusion over the place of submission.
Nearly 2,000 visitors to the Enterprise Sri Lanka exhibition held in Jaffna registered for interest-subsidised loan from state banks at the event.
Eleven members of the proscribed organisation Jamathei Millathu Ibrahim (JMI) were handed over to the TID yesterday (10).
The Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) is interested in forming a nationalist, anti-neo liberal government that has learnt from past mistakes, SLFP General Secretary Dayasiri Jayasekara said.
The UNP's top two presidential hopefuls are likely to reach a compromise today, as they meet for a crucial discussion at 6pm at Temple Trees.
Deputy Minister Palitha Thewarapperuma was remanded today (10) till September 16 due to an unlawful burial of a corpse in an unauthorised land.
A three-judge bench of the Supreme Court to hear Fundemental Rights petitions challenging the pardoning of Gnanasara thero in December
General Secretary of Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) Dayasiri Jayasekara said that President Maithripala Sirisena decided to take Sri Lanka Rupavahini Corporation under the purview of the Ministry of Defence to protect SLRC from the arbitrary decisions of the subject minister Ruwan Wijewardena.
TISL filed complaint at the Bribery Commission this morning against Minister Sajith Premadasa and seven other Cabinet Ministers who failed to submit their Asset Declerations for the year 2018/19.
The challenge to Sri Lanka is how to maximize the benefit to itself from the competition between global powers in the Indian Ocean without being overwhelmed by pressures that may be brought to bear upon it.