Uber launches snapchat custom filters in Sri Lanka


  Uber, the ridesharing app that is redefining urban mobility across the world, will begin a phased roll-out of a unique integration with Snapchat in Sri Lanka, starting on May 30.

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Sri Lanka safe to travel, says Sri Lanka Tourism


Sri Lanka’s tourism industry this afternoon teamed up to spotlight that the country is safe to travel to and that last week’s floods had not impacted on the leisure sector.

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Pakistan’s naval ship arrives with relief goods


In a bid to help its Sri Lankan public who have been affected due to heavy floods, the Naval Ship PNS ZULFIQUAR dispatched by Pakistan government has arrived with relief goods at Colombo Port today, Pakistan High Commission said.

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Relatives of persons who disappeared at the end of the war mark 100 days of peaceful protest


Relatives of persons who disappeared at the end of the war in 2009 today mark 100 days since starting a peaceful protest in Kilinochchi.

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Sri Lankan company registrations online soon   


Sri Lanka’s Department of Registrar of Companies will soon introduce an online system for company registrations covering the entire country in a bid to improve services, Registrar General of Companies D.

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SriLankan expands network to Myanmar in codeshare deal


SriLankan Airlines will expand its network to Yangon, capital of Myanmar, from Thursday, June 1 with the commencement of a codeshare partnership with Myanmar Airways International (MAI), one of Myanmar’s best-known airlines.

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Heavy rains & winds expected to reduce tomorrow as "Mora" shifts; Met


As the cyclonic storm ‘MORA’ is expected enter to the Bangladesh land and weaken today, possibility for heavy rain and strong winds will be reduce by tomorrow, Department of Meteorology said in today's weather forecast.

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Disaster Management Minister Anura Priyadharshana Yapa to arrive tomorrow


Disaster Management Minister Anura Priyadharshana Yapa, who was in Cancun, Mexico, for a conference when torrential rains caused floods and landslides in Sri Lanka, is due to arrive in the country tomorrow.

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Australia to chip in with $500,000 for emergency aid


As aid groups brace for a dengue fever outbreak among flood survivors in Sri Lanka, Australia will chip in $500,000 for emergency assistance, Australian media reported.

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