Worship of the Cross

Worship of the Cross

Traditional Good Friday services were held in churches countrywide as a lead up to Easter today. At St. Lucia’s Cathedral in Colombo, a nun is…

President cracks down on officials for ignoring his instructions

President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has cracked down on officials for ignoring his instructions. In a circular issued this week, the Presidential Secretariat has called for explanations…

As rupee plunges, Govt. takes urgent measures to protect foreign reserves and stabilise rupee

As the Sri Lanka rupee hit the 200-mark in relation to the US Dollar this week for the first time, urgent measures to protect foreign…


Thehan, Savini win singles titles

Thehan, Savini win singles titles


Champions in the Clay Court Nationals were crowned yesterday at the SLTA Tennis courts with high school students Thehan Wijemanne of Royal College and Savini…

Paralympians aiming for glory at Tokyo Games

Para-athletes are on the cusp of bringing glory to Sri…

Business Times

Struggling hotel workers

Struggling hotel workers

Hotel workers under an organisation styled the “Hotel Workers Centre” launched a protest on Thursday outside the Fort Railway Station saying they have been badly…

Sri Lanka comes under EU scanner for human rights

The European Union (EU) will monitor the reports from the UNHRC in Colombo in view of the trade concessions granted to Sri Lanka under the…

Expolanka eyeing M and A to grow

Expolanka Holdings PLC flying high with recent growth in their core logistics business under the flagship EFL brand is eyeing its next stage of growth…

South Asian economies bounce back but face fragile recovery

Sunday Times E-Paper


Ruining the ‘natural beauty’ of the Emerald Isle

While most eyes were on Geneva last week awaiting the inevitable outcome of the vote against Sri Lanka at the UN Human Rights Council, a remark by a very senior Cabinet Minister caught the attention of locals immersed in an ongoing battle to protect the country’s endangered environment. The remark,…


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