Opposition Leader Sajith Premadasa yesterday sought clarification on thousands of alleged dismissals in the state sector on political grounds.
In his first-ever address to Parliament, President Gotabaya Rajapaksa sent out a strong message to all parties representing the legilsature.
The SLFP has decided to remove all parliamentarians, provincial councilors and local govt members who went against party policy at the presidential election.
Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL) Governor Dr. Indrajit Coomarawsamy has decided to call it quits in December for personal reasons.
It has cost the authorities Rs. 60 million to date to remove posters, banners and cutouts promoting canddiates so far, the police spokesman said.
A freelance journalist and writer in Galle came under attack this morning over a book he wrote about alleged corruption in the previous government.
All government schools across the island will be closed tomorrow (15) in view of the presidential election scheduled for Saturday (16).
Lawyers for TNA MP M. A. Sumanthiran wrote to the Acting IGP today requesting an investigation into allegedly false reports printed in three newspapers.
The SLMA requested all presidential candidates today to condemn ragging in universities and take measures to curb the practice with the utmost urgency.
Propaganda activities for the presidential election to be held on Saturday (16) will come to an end at 12.00 midnight today.