Ten fresh torture charges have been filed against former Defence Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa at the Central District Court of California in US yesterday (Jun 26).
The Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) has decided to nominate its own presidential candidate for the upcoming polls, party General Secretary Dayasiri Jayasekara told Times Online.
Renowned business magnate Sir Richard Branson has called on the Sri Lankan government to uphold its four decade moratorium on the death penalty.
The government has decided to introduce a new Act as a replacement to the Protection of Victims of Crime and Witnesses Act.
A Filipino national and two locals were arrested for operating two illegal communication hubs in Mulleriyawa and Korathota respectively.
Nearly 3000 kilos of heroin have been seized since 2010, Police Spokesman Ruwan Gunasekara said.
An individual who attempted to smuggle out Rs 14.
The UK foreign office has warned that Sri Lanka would lose its global reputation as a tourist and business hub if the death penalty is implemented in the country.
The Attorney General (AG) today (Jun 26) agreed to amend the indictments filed against former Defence Secretary and others involved in the D A Rajapaksa memorial museum misappropriation case at the Special High Court.
The Education Ministry's Director (School Supplies) has refuted media reports of his remarks at a Presidential Commission against the Education Minister recently.
Four individuals were arrested along with an Indian fishing vessel off Delft Islands today (Jun 26), the Navy Spokesman told Times Online.
Summons have been issued on Chathurika Sirisena, the daughter of President Maithripala Sirisena to appear before the Colombo Fort Magistrate's court on September 25.