Colourful and cultural, these dancers at yesterday's grand Esala Perahera of the Dalada Maligawa seem to be delighted as tens of thousands of people lining the streets of Kandy watch them uphold a tradition that dates back several centuries. Pic by Sanka Vidanagama
Four friends. Two marriages. one divorce. Whose side are you on?‘Dinner with Friends’ has long been considered playwright Donald Margulies’ most critically successful play and is counted among the most insightful works in contemporary American drama.
While the government continues to discuss openly plans to divert all vehicle imports to the Hambantota port the motor vehicle industry that is in the dark, expressed concern over the possibility of costs to businesses running into several millions should this be implemented.
It was only last week we paid a glowing tribute to the new cricket management for a job that was being well executed.
We always believe that when the top is strong it is not difficult for the message to cascade or even a slithering ....
Kandurata Umbrella Ind. (Pvt) Ltd is Sri Lanka’s pioneering Market Leader for Umbrellas.
The Company under the Marketing leadership of its Managing Director MTM Naufal has ventured into several Consumer durable products, which synergizes with their present Marketing Operations.
Against the backdrop of increasing expenditure incurred on switching fuel turbines when water-levels in reservoirs drop, and the country's over-reliance on hydro-powered energy capacity from its many dams, Sri Lanka is looking for alternate methods to light up homes, hospitals, hotels and offices and fire the engines of our industries.
Alongside a picturesque stretch of coastline between Akkaraipattu and Pottuvil in Sri Lanka’s East Coast, a tire burning brightly in the centre of the road is etched starkly against crisp morning light.
In Sri Lanka, the elephant has had a very close association with the people, culture and religion of the country. It is estimated that the beginning of the 19th century, there were some 10,000 wild elephants in Sri Lanka (Mackay, G. M. 1973), but in subsequent years, indiscriminate capture and hunting led to the destruction of thousands of elephants.