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.
CTA will give powers to police, army and coast guards to make arrests without warrants, Media Organisations warn.
Court grants leave for Gotabaya Rajapaksa to travel overseas delaying the corruption trial further
The SLFP and the SLPP have agreed to form a broad anti-UNP alliance to face future elections after meeting in Colombo on Thursday.
Finance Minister says new Luxury Tax (LT) will be charged for vehicles registered after 6th March.
The Advocata Institute, a Colombo-based think tank, is questioning the ability of various oversight committees set up by Parliament to look into governance issues in Sri Lanka.
Father and the Mother of the same family among the victims