Let there be peace and non-violence

Let there be peace and non-violence

Vesak turns violence to peace. On Monday, Temple Trees’ parapet wall area was the scene of violence with peaceful protesters being hammered with poles and…

President holds strategy session to thwart moves to defeat Govt.

Beleaguered President Gotabaya Rajapaksa held a strategy session with ruling Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna (SLPP) parliamentarians yesterday to chart a course to counter opposition moves…

Dollar flow dries up; political instability worsens crisis

A staff-level agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is still at least three months away, there are no more credit lines–except for ongoing Indian…


More than a Test series for Lankans

More than a Test series for Lankans


Having had their bowling stocks severely depleted following the retirement of veteran seamer Suranga Lakmal and decisions to rest Dushmantha Chameera and Lahiru Kumara, Sri…

Sri Lanka focused on Bangladesh Tests despite turmoil at home

CHITTAGONG AFP May13, 2022: Sri Lanka’s cricketers are hoping to…

Business Times

Sri Lanka Tourism  running out of cash

Sri Lanka Tourism running out of cash

A commission amounting to US$1.6 million had been remitted to a dollar account of the Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority (SLTDA) via insurance payments made…

Private banks shun ‘politically exposed persons’

With the escalating political unrest private banks are increasingly shedding relationships with Politically Exposed Persons (PEP), officials in the banking sector said. Some banks have…

Printing money to pay state salaries

Sri Lanka’s Finance Ministry is facing one of its worst-ever cash crunch with no way to raise revenue even to pay salaries of 1.5 million…

Sunday Times E-Paper


Act justly and righteously

Vesak 2566 is being marked today in this blood-spattered Dhammadvipa (the island of the Dhamma – the Buddha’s teachings) anger and vengeance oozing, the very antithesis of non-violence and ahimsa pervading and the people on the verge of starvation. The Constitution – the fundamental law of the land is under…



Success feels sweet after struggle, says Lankan-born Deena

Success feels sweet after struggle, says Lankan-born Deena

Sri Lankan-born Deena Tissera achieved a significant milestone by being elected councillor of Scotland’s Aberdeen City Council for Hilton, Woodside and Stockethill ward, last week.…

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