Amnesty International calls on the government to speed up reconciliation efforts and backs UNHRC report
UN human rights chief says Sri Lanka has failed to fully implement its commitments to ensure accountability.
Sri Lanka which is yet to fulfill most of the promises made to the UN with regard to post-war reconciliation has rejected foreign judges in war crimes courts
President Sirisena says he is disappointed government with the government of Singapore over the Arjuna Mahendran affair.
UGC Chairman says Humanities and Social Science graduates are struggling to find employment.
The Bribery Commission launched a five year project today to eradicate bribery and corruption in Sri Lanka
This is the full statement of the Sri Lanka Foreign Minister Tilak Marapana delivered on Wednesday in Geneva at the Human Rights Council
As Sri Lanka heads into crucial sessions with the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva this week, the delegates representing Colombo at the parley will be hamstrung by divisions within the Government back home.
The Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna and the Sri Lanka Freedom Party held a second round of discussions today at the Opposition Leaders office in Colombo.
Sri Lanka is set to host two back-to-back international conferences on quality assurance of higher education in March, this year.