High security alert for Easter vigil

High security alert for Easter vigil

Today is Easter Sunday. It was on an Easter Sunday in 2019 that terrorists attacked churches and hotels killing and injuring hundreds of people. The…

Sri Lanka seeks 5-year debt relief during London creditor talks

China expresses willingness to negotiate relief measures; work with IMF By Bandula Sirimanna Sri Lanka is seeking a loan repayment moratorium for its US$ 12…

State institutions called upon to provide monthly reports online to IRD

By S. Rubatheesan Key government institutions are required to provide either real-time or monthly information through an electronic platform to the Commissioner General of Inland…

Business Times

Bee honey

Bee honey

A customer dips into a bottle of bee honey produced and sold by Helayo Products at an exhibition of agriculture products at the BMICH on…

Key officials in London for debt restructure talks

Sri Lanka is set to exchange its existing dollar bonds for new securities with the aim to mobilise further international financial assistance in the wake…

New public procurement regulatory framework to deter corruption

A new public regulatory framework with clear transparency, accountability, and oversight rules will come into effect this year once the new legislation is passed in…

Sunday Times E-Paper


Indo-China Cold War goes to the seabed

Sri Lanka’s strenuous efforts to remain non-aligned in its foreign relations could not have been better reflected than by this week’s twin high-powered delegations visiting New Delhi and Beijing, trying to appease both at the same time and returning with a bagful of pledges–to those countries. But what is in…



When broken pieces become a thing of beauty

When broken pieces become a thing of beauty

Rajani Serasinghe talks of her passion and dedication to mosaic art By Sajani Ratnayake Rajani Serasinghe, who…

Exploring noise-cancelling technology

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