Over the past weeks, SEP campaigners have discussed with workers and youth the need to politically fight on the basis of a socialist program.
Former Sri Lanka and Bangladesh coach Chandika Hathurusingha joined the New South Wales Blues Monday as an assistant to Phil Jaques. It is the second stint at the Sydney-based club for the experienced former opening batsman, who was sacked by Sri Lanka after their lacklustre World Cup campaign last
For months he’s been anonymous, but now Prasad Dinesh, linked by Sri Lankan authorities to nearly half of the country’s more than 2,600 coronavirus cases, is trying to clear his name and shed some of the stigma of a heroin addiction at the root of his ordeal.
Gotabaya Rajapaksa—the former defense secretary-turned-president—has bent the democracy to its breaking point.
English News and Press Release on Sri Lanka about Contributions, Health and Epidemic; published on 08 Jul 2020 by Govt. Japan
Sri Lanka’s ruling party on Sunday called off its rallies ahead of upcoming parliamentary elections and delayed the international airport’s reopening over a surge in virus cases.The country lifted its ...
The Government has decided to close all schools this week. The Education Ministry said that schools will be closed from 13th July to 17th July. Earlier, the Education Ministry said it was prepared to ...
Sri Lankan police on Friday dropped a criminal investigation into the 2011 cricket World Cup final, saying they found no evidence of match-fixing by players to let their Indian opponents win. The world governing body of the sport, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said it had also looked into
Daring tuk tuk drivers put their three-wheeled vehicles to the test in a grueling sprint through city streets and off-road jungle terrain in a two-day adventure that ended with one crew being crowned the winners of the annual Tuk It race.
The ICC says it has "no reason to doubt the integrity" of the men's 2011 World Cup final after claims of match-fixing.
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka — On June 15, 2020, Sri Lanka’s wildlife and nature lovers were finally able to gain access to several national parks, which had been closed for three months in an effort to contain the COVID-19 pandemic. Sri Lanka ended its lockdown phase in late May, and the national parks are being reopened, […]
Sri Lankan cricket has been thrust further into the corruption spotlight after the country's former sports minister's explosive claim.
The squad members will continue to follow the same health procedures, which was adhered to during the first camp conducted earlier this month.
Malinga left out of Sri Lanka's residential training camp. Sri Lanka's Twenty20 captain Lasith Malinga will not be part of the 24-member squad for the second residential training camp, starting June 22 in Kandy, it was announced on Thursday. A six-member unit of coaches and other support staff will work with the players during the camp at the Pallekele stadium.
Sri Lanka "sold" the 2011 World Cup final to India, the country's former sports minister said Thursday, reviving one of cricket's most explosive match-fixing controversies. Mahindananda Aluthgamage, ...
Sri Lanka staged a mock election on Sunday to test measures aimed at preventing the spread of the coronavirus during a parliamentary vote in August. The election commission said Wednesday the vote would be held on August 5. The island nation of 21 million people has steadily lifted its lockdown restrictions
Sri Lanka postponed parliamentary elections, originally scheduled for April, because of the virus. The vote is due to be held on 5 August. Sunday's trial run was held in four of the country's 22 ...
President Gotabaya Rajapaksa on March 2 dissolved the Parliament, six months ahead of schedule, and called for snap polls on April 25.