While a black dress is a must have in a woman’s wardrobe a bit of black can also add a splash of drama to any dress. It can be a simple headband, a corsage or a ribbon tied at the waist.
Stratergically placed it can add some extra oomph to any dress.
The devaluation announcement in the budget by President Mahinda Rajapaksa, which caught everyone by surprise, has turned into a cold war between the Treasury and the Central Bank (CB).
While the Treasury is responsible for the country’s fiscal policy, the CB is entrusted with monetary policy which involves the maintenance of an effective foreign exchange mechanism.
A model who held the record for the world's largest implants has had them boosted once more after losing her 38MMM breasts to a life-threatening infection.
Shockingly, despite saying her new implants make her feel 'almost whole again', the 31-year-old mother is still not satisfied, insisting her massively inflated breasts are 'small'.
The government is hoping pump in Rs. One billion to bail out the ailing Sri Lanka Cricket and put the Sports giant of Sri Lanka back on its track. Sports Minister Mahindananda Aluthgamage speaking to the Sunday Times said “We have already put up a cabinet paper requesting for this sum and we are hoping to complete the transaction before the end of this year.
The Government has taken a step back, rather wisely if one may say so, even at this late stage saying it would, after all, investigate any credible evidence there may be in the allegations that International Humanitarian Law violations occurred during the last stages of the military offensive against the LTTE in 2009.
It is perhaps the largest wooden table in Sri Lanka though it is not for dining or drinking. Unveiled this week, it would easily be one on which many a decision that enters chapters of Sri Lanka's history is made.
Last week, the spectacle of ordinary people battering on the doors of the Colombo High Court and abusing two of the three judges who sat on the Trial-at-Bar in the White Flag case, which case resulted in the piling up of another jail term of three years on Sri Lanka's former Army Commander, was unprecedented by all accounts even in this country's unfortunately chequered history.
When she was a medical student at the University of Colombo, no one spoke of child abuse. “It was simply not a problem that people had recognized,” says the newly inducted President of the Sri Lanka College of Paediatricians, Dr. Asvini Fernando. Now things have changed to such an extent that she has chosen to put forward child protection as her main area of focus in the year ahead.
Corals are fascinating objects which form the basic biological building blocks of our coral reefs. Coral reefs have been described as beautiful places of wonder, mystery, serenity and unmatched attraction that keeps one spellbound, making you soon forget the time
The Colombo International Nautical and Engineering College (CINEC), a leading educational and training institution in Sri Lanka is sponsoring EDEX Expo 2012, the 9th in its series, in the Gold category.