Fuel crisis, other vital sectors face strike

Disruption of the fuel distribution network compelled filling stations countrywide to shut down yesterday as fears grew of strikes in other vital sectors such as electricity, water supply and the ports.

Dispute over Oman Air takes a nosedive

Oman has threatened to cancel SriLankan Airlines flights to its capital Muscat and block the use of its airspace for SriLankan flights if the Sri Lankan government fails to adhere to a bilateral agreement between the two countries, the Sunday Times learns.

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