Sri Lanka’s Army giving a guard of honour and saying a big thank you to Pakistan’s President Asif Ali Zardari when he arrived at the BIA yesterday for a four-day state visit. Pakistan was one of Sri Lanka’s main supporters during the three-decade war on terror providing much-needed military equipment and moral support. Army Commander Jagath Jayasuriya accompanied the Pakistani leader when inspecting the guard of honour. Commander-in-Chief President Mahinda Rajapaksa was also present. Pic by M.A. Pushpakumara
How do you solve a problem like The Sound of Music? The film that was to become one of the most successful productions in movie history was first screened in 1965. This year celebrating the 50th anniversary of its Broadway premiere, The Sound of Music remains as popular as ever.
Nestle Lanka Plc, Sri Lanka’s largest private collector of fresh milk, plans to invest between Rs 8 to 10 billion rupees in an accelerated growth plan over the next five to eight years aimed at, among other objectives, sourcing all its fresh milk requirements from Sri Lanka.
South Korea's Marine commander today vowed “thousand -fold” retaliation days after a North Korean attack that killed two servicemen as protesters demanded tougher action by the government against its reclusive neighbour.
There is a wealth of opportunities in the Construction Industry. Be an expert in the construction industry by pursuing your higher education at the Colombo School of Construction Technology (CSCT). CSCT was established in 2009 with an aim to provide quality international education in Construction and Building Services, to the students of Sri Lanka.
Goldilocks is the heart-throb of the new millennium. Not only with his naughty boyish looks, but, also with his sling arm express deliveries Lankan fast bowler Lasith Malinga has proved that he is the next generation of International Class fast bowler that Sri Lankan possesses.
The President exhorted his countrymen to 'think big' during his second term inauguration speech and immediately set the example by appointing arguably the world's most bloated Cabinet of Ministers this week. There are so many ministries now that the number of deputies is insufficient. 'All chiefs and no Injuns', appears to be the trend.
Trincomalee, November 25 2010 - When a faded woman in a tattered saree looks at you with hope still in her eyes and asks if you can find out what happened to her husband who had gone with his cousin ....
When Stanley Senanayake, the 10th Inspector General of the Sri Lanka Police stood together with Maj. Gen. Sepala Attygalle, Admiral Basil Gunasekera and Air Marshal Rohan Amarasekere on the podium behind then Prime Minister Sirimavo Bandaranaike on ceremonial occasions, they formed an impressive foursome. The four service chiefs, all six-footers in their ceremonial garb cut an imposing picture.