Is it a case of playing with the lives of the people?

Is it a case of playing with the lives of the people?

Amid a growing crisis over the explosions and fires linked to LP gas cylinders, these workers of Litro gas agents are seen playing softball cricket…

Talks with India for two more swap deals totalling US$ 1.4 bn

The Government is holding talks with India for two separate currency swap arrangements to the value of US$ 1.4 billion, in addition to an already…

A century of caregiving: Mallika Nivasa takes mission to the next level

The Mallika Niwasa Samithiya (Society) marked its century celebration (Siyawasaka Jayagarahanaya) with the main celebrations held at the Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference (BMICH) last Wednesday.…


SLC hunt for new coaching staff

SLC hunt for new coaching staff


Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) is set to go through a major overhaul in its coaching structure with consultant coaches in the calibre of former cricket…

Let the games begin

The second edition of the Lanka Premier League (LPL) kicks…

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Not the regulator but the Regulator

They say it is the ‘regulator’ that is to blame, i.e. the ESD (Emergency Shut Down) valve that controls the gas output from the cylinder to the cooker that is causing the explosions occurring in many homes and hearths these days – and nights. But what about the ‘Regulator’ —…



A meditation in tranquillity

A meditation in tranquillity

If you haven’t  been to Sri Lanka’s monastery country yet, then you must. It is where the Northwestern province meets the North Central. In the…

Edward Lear in Ceylon: Brief encounter in watercolour

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