The Nigerian Navy has commissioned 30 locally made and nine Sri Lankan gunboats into service, and unveiled an indigenous 38 metre long patrol vessel, the Defence Web in Africa reported.
Belarus and Sri Lanka have concluded political level talks on development of the legal framework of bilateral relations, as well as cooperation within international organizations, the Belarus Foreign Ministry said.
Top ten scored students of the GCE O/L exam held last year met with President Maithripala Sirisena at the Presidential Secretariat today.
Minister of State for Finance, Lakshman Yapa Abeywardana has been appointed to the post of leader for the Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) for the Matara district.
The Colombo Additional Magistrate today issued notice to the OIC of the Criminal Investigation Department's (CID) Homicide Unit to respond on August 30 to an anticipatory bail application filed by former Colombo Chief Judicial Medical Officer (JMO) Prof.
The “isolated incident” of a SriLankan Airlines pilot being found unsuitable to fly an aircraft due to intoxication “should not be seen as a reflection on the profession or the professionalism of airline pilots in Sri Lanka”, the Airline Pilot’s Guild of Sri Lanka (APGSL) said in a statement today.
The US-based Marshall Legacy Institute (MLI), engaged in provision of technical support for clearance of landmines world-wide, has selected the Sri Lanka Army’s Mine Detection Dog (MDD), Alvin and its handler, Lance Corporal G.
Two suspects who were allegedly in possession of 4.
Prosecutors in Israel filed charges on Monday against a foreign worker suspected of sexually assaulting a six-year old girl in a home he was hired to clean.