An Auditor General's report to be presented to COPA tomorrow faults the state system for not serving the country's Special Needs kids
The families of missing persons will receive a monthly interim allowance of Rs.6000 from the 10th of October this year.
Women’s activists are angry and exasperated by police detaining women wearing sarees or dresses with the images of Hindu Deities on them.
UNP MP Bandula Lal Bandarigoda, who tabled a Private Member’s Bill to abolish death penalty said that a parliamentary vote will soon be carried out to abolish the death penalty as the time given to raise objections against the Bill before the Court is now over.
Darsha Udayanga the university student who stormed Media earlier this month with his tales of graphic sexual torture he endured at the hands of students at University of Ruhuna says a group of students are gathering evidence of the ragging.
At his first Press Conference after assuming duties as the Commander of the Army, L t Gen Shavendra Silva vigorously defended himself saying all that has been levelled against him were still allegations.
United Nations Special Rapporteur on freedom of religion or belief Ahmed Shaheed says he found after the Easter attacks Muslims felt harassed and victimised because of their faith.
The Sri Lanka Freedom Party fully supports President Maithripala Sirisena’s decision to appoint Lt Gen Shavendra Silva as Commander of the Army, the Party General Secretary Dayasiri Jayasekara said today 22 Aug.
Muslim women's rights activists say that although the Cabinet approval given to reform the Muslim Marriage and Divorce Act (MMDA) is a positive sign for Muslim women, that alone does not address the issues faced by them.
The cabinet of ministers had approved the joint proposal presented by Minister of Muslim Religious and Cultural Affairs Abdul Haleem and Minister of Justice and Prison Reforms Thalatha Atukorale to make amendments to the Muslim Marriage and Divorce Act.