Richarlison may have to justify his place as Brazil’s number nine to outsiders but he used his debut on the World Cup stage to demonstrate exactly why coach Tite is unswerving in his admiration. Tottenham’s striker is up against formidable competition for his place in the team in Qatar from the likes of Arsenal’s Gabriel […]
Power and Energy Minister Kanchana Wijesekara told Parliament yesterday electricity tariffs would have to be increased again as the Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) was incurring a loss of Rs. 423 billion even after the recent tariff revision. The generation cost at present was Rs. 889 billion and the recent tariff hikes had helpe rake in […]
Foreign Minister Ali Sabry, PC, has dismissed assertions that China caused the current economic crisis here.The Minister made Sri Lanka’s position clear in an interview with WION’s diplomatic correspondent Sidhant Sibal. Asked whether Minister Sabry believed that the current economic crisis is due to China, its policy of debt crisis, the Minister has said: No, […]
“Chairman of Committee on Public Accounts (COPA) SJB MP Kabir Hashim chairing a session of Foreign Affairs at a committee room in the Parliamentary complex on Tuesday. Foreign Secretary Aruni Wijewardane is also in the picture,’ the Foreign Ministry said that the person appearing in the photograph, with lawmaker Kabir Hashim, is not Foreign Secretary […]
Foreign Minister Ali Sabry, PC, has declared that the government was keen to implement the 13th Amendment. The Minister said so in response to Sidhant Sibal’s query on behalf of the WION. Sibal quoted the Minister as having said: “Right now actually we all want provincial council elections, but it cannot be held now because […]
Saturday 26th November, 2022 Dissident SLPP MP and former Minister Prof. Channa Jayasumana has said something noteworthy during the ongoing budget debate. He has argued that President Ranil Wickremesinghe, who succeeded President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, does not have a popular mandate to govern the country and therefore should not make crucial policy decisions on national security, […]
By Shiran Ranasinghe State audit officers have urged the government to cancel a Rs 380 mn tender for the procurement of glucometers from an Indian company that has not even registered it. They have asked the government to call for a fresh tender. Health sources said that two officials of the Medical Supplies Division and […]
The government must consult teachers before making proclamations on what teachers should wear to school, Dr. Sujata Gamage and Tara de Mel, Co-coordinators, Education Forum Sri Lanka, said yesterday, issuing a press release. “According to news reports, the Minister for Education, and other ministers, are busy making proclamations on what teachers should wear to school. […]
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