Ukraine war: Give peace a chance

Ukraine war: Give peace a chance

Peace-loving people held anti-war protests in world capitals yesterday to mark one year since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The picture shows a protest in Seoul…

Tax relief: No way now, President tells unions

President Ranil Wickremesinghe yesterday turned down a tax-relief request by some 40 trade unions representing professionals. During a meeting with representatives of these trade unions,…

Massive protest by some 8000 Lankan fishermen against Minister’s concession to India

More than forty Jaffna district fishermen’s associations with a membership totalling about 8000 will drag their fishing boats to the road in protest against Fisheries…

Business Times

Tourism trade fair

Tourism trade fair

Sri Lanka’s biggest tourism trade fair – Sancharaka Udawa – will be held in May this year. Seen in the picture are industry officials at…

Lanka to restructure bilateral loans amounting to $10.81 bn

Sri Lanka is confident of gaining assurances from bilateral creditors for their debt restructuring to obtain International Monetary Fund (IMF) board approval towards unlocking the…

Foreign investors sell stocks with improving dollar liquidity

The Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE) settlements are now happening on time for foreign funds which faced long delays last year in being settled and getting…

Sunday Times E-Paper


Negotiating two major hurdles

Two major hurdles need to be cleared for Sri Lanka’s future, the destiny of which will be determined abroad. One is the drag-on debt restructuring issue and the other is the Human Rights sessions in Geneva. China still kept the rest of Sri Lanka’s creditors guessing over its commitment to…



To Laki!

To Laki!

An ‘Experiential art festival’  hosted by the Artra magazine will highlight little known aspects of this rare artist By Yomal Senerath-Yapa  Laki Senanayake was that…

All set for a Mass for Peace with The Armed Man


Wine, cheese and fashion in French style

The classical and cool Gehan is back on stage

PLANT website takes root

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Is NAM struggling to be re-born?

Is NAM struggling to be re-born?

By Thalif Deen UNITED NATIONS (IDN) – In the 1960s and 70s, the 116-member Non-Aligned Movement…

Who creates debt traps — Lenders or borrowers?

Why the war will continue

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