Hundreds of scientists work to improve waterways

- news14.com

More than 700 marine scientists from around the world gathered in the Port City Thursday to work together on addressing coastal issues. During the 39th annual Benthic Ecology Meeting, hosted by UNC Wilmington, scientists shared research with one another.

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The Select Committee of Parliament to study the practical problems and difficulties that have arisen in relation to enhancing the rank in the Ease of Doing Business Index in Sri Lanka and make its proposals and recommendations, took into discussion the future of the Board of Investment of Sri Lanka, its plans, actions, identified difficulties and its sectors expected to invest. A presentation was ...

- adaderana.lk

The pubic have been urged to inform the Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka (PUCSL) of any unauthorized power cuts impose by the Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB).

- news.lk

The gazette notification on the prorogation of the 3rd session of the 9th Parliament was issued by President’s Secretary Mr Saman Ekanayake and will be effective from midnight today (27).

- adaderana.lk

Speaker Mahinda Yapa Abeywardena today (27 Jan.) placed his signature on two Bills that were recently passed in Parliament.

- adaderana.lk

The Colombo High Court today (27 Jan.) refused bail for Mohammed Ibrahim Ismail, identified as the brother of two suicide bombers involved in the Easter Sunday Attacks of 2019.

- adaderana.lk

The Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka (HRCSL) has decided to file a defamation complaint against recent claims made following the inquiry into the uninterrupted supply of electricity during the 2022 GCE Advanced Level Examination.

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