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22 train journeys scheduled for today cancelled

Sri Lanka Railways says that a total of 22 train journeys scheduled for today (01) have been cancelled. Reportedly, Sri Lanka Railways employees have been unable...

Kanchana in talks to secure Credit Line for petrol and gas

Minister of Power and Energy Kanchana Wijesekera has held discussions with the Deputy Director General of the Qatar Fund for Development. The two parties discussed...

LIOC introduces fuel caps

The Lanka-Indian Oil Corporation (LIOC) has issued caps for the supply of fuel for vehicles, with immediate effect. Accordingly, the following caps were introduced; *Motorcycles –...

Bus fares to increase, mimum fare to go up to Rs.40

Bus owners have requested the National Transport Commission (NTC) to increase bus fares by 30% from 01 July. They also proposed that the minimum fare...

SL to open up Fuel Import & Retail Sales Market

The Cabinet of Ministers has approved a proposal to allow companies from oil-producing nations to import fuel to the country, and also to open...

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Opposition stages protest in Parliament, session adjourned

Today's Parliamentary session was adjourned for 10 minutes after...

President arrives in Parliament

President Gotabaya Rajapaksa arrived in Parliament a short while...

Wellalage, Theekshana & Manasinghe called up for 2nd Test against AUS

Sri Lanka have called up spinners Maheesh Theekshana, Dunith Wellalage and Lakshitha Manasinghe for...

PM to make statement in Parliament today

Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe will make a statement on...

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