Tomorrow is just another hard day for them

Tomorrow is just another hard day for them

Tomorrow is International Women’s Day with the theme being “Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world.” But in Sri Lanka and…

Serum unable to send 1 million doses of vaccine to Lanka

Sri Lanka will not be getting the expected balance of 1 million doses of the COVISHIELD vaccine from India’s Serum Institute in mid-March and April,…

Work-from-home facility ends; public sector employees must report to office from tomorrow

Ending the year-long Work from Home (WFH) arrangement for public servants during the COVID-19 pandemic, all state sector employees have been instructed to report to…


Police stun SSC in last-ball thriller

Police stun SSC in last-ball thriller

Major Club T20 cricket

Police Sports Club stunned the more fancied Sinhalese Sports Club, notching a 3-wicket win in their Major Club T20 cricket match played at the Colts…

Renown sees Red Stars

After taking a 1-all break at halftime, Red Star FC…

Business Times

Planters want security on tea estates

Planters want security on tea estates

Sri Lankan tea planters have requested authorities to increase security else they would be compelled to stage a walk-out should they face any kind of…

Colombo bourse: A time bomb waiting to happen

The hyper-active Colombo stock market has lost ground as investors resorted to take profits from recent highs which, essentially were not on fundamentals, making the…

Kelanitissa Power Plant’s 18-month breakdown incurs Rs. 25 bn loss

Sri Lanka’s electricity shortage has become increasingly severe with declining hydro-power output owing to a prevailing drought combined with an over 18-month break-down at the…

New Rs. 20 coin to replace Rs.20 note

Sunday Times E-Paper


March 8: Women to the fore and then forgotten

A round this time each year, there comes a flurry of activity on such issues as gender equality, women’s rights and violence against women, all because the International Day for Women is tomorrow. Unfortunately, for the rest of the year, these subjects go into the limbo of forgotten things until…


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