Three needy students in Ginigathhena given assistance

Sri Lanka, Sept. 18 -- There is no need for anyone to teach us Sri Lankans about protecting human rights since we are inherited with protecting human rights for centuries, Education Minister Prof.G.L.... Read More

Colombo Port deserves high position in global maritime rankings - State Minister

Sri Lanka, Sept. 11 -- The Colombo Port has a huge potential to be listed in higher rankings in global maritime ratings, warehouse facilities, container yards, supply facilities and boats and shipping... Read More

China assures support for education sector

Sri Lanka, Sept. 2 -- China has expressed its support to uplift the education sector of the country following a discussion between Education Minister Prof. G.L. Peiris and Acting Ambassador of the Peo... Read More

Structural change in the education system - Prof.Peiris

Sri Lanka, Aug. 14 -- Education Minister Prof. G.L.Peiris said that there will be a structural change in the education system aiming to meet the requirements of the ever advancing world. He made thes... Read More

School buses insist on fares for April, May

Sri Lanka, Aug. 14 -- Parents of children attending schools in private school buses complain that several private school bus drivers are insisting on fares for months that schools were not held. Seve... Read More

Colombo Port back to normal

Sri Lanka, Aug. 5 -- Colombo Port activities have come to normal by now after the three day strike campaign launched by port employees last week. Colombo port employees launched a trade union action ... Read More

Grade V Scholarship Exam on October 11 simplified

Sri Lanka, July 31 -- Fifteen minutes extra will be provided for the children who sit for this year's Grade V Scholarship Examination on October 11. The students will be given one hour to answer the ... Read More

ECT under SLPA demand: Port unions support fast

Sri Lanka, July 31 -- The collective trade union action of the Colombo Port employees, launched on Wednesday is supported by 23 registered port trade unions. The trade union collective began a hunger... Read More

Dhamma schools re-commence on August 16

Sri Lanka, July 29 -- Buddhist dhamma schools which are closed due to the coronavirus outbreak will be re-open from August 16. The Buddhist Affairs Department said that Dhamma schools will re-open un... Read More

President ensures vegetable farmers a better price

Sri Lanka, July 22 -- President Gotabaya Rajapaksa said farmers can get a better price for their vegetables in future where both the cultivators and the customers can be satisfied. The President made... Read More