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Rice stocks for school meals program found to be substandard, PHIs allege

The stocks of rice stored in a government warehouse in the Veyangoda area, which was to be used in the meals program for schoolchildren, have been found to be substandard, the Public Health Inspectors Union alleges.

22 Apr 2024 (1:17 PM)


United Nations pushes justice for Sri Lanka s Easter victims

The United Nations on Sunday urged Sri Lanka to bridge its "accountability deficit" and ensure justice as the country commemorated the 279 victims of its worst-ever attack against civilians five years ago.

21 Apr 2024 (10:01 PM)


United Nations pushes justice for Sri Lanka s Easter victims

The United Nations on Sunday urged Sri Lanka to bridge its "accountability deficit" and ensure justice as the country commemorated the 279 victims of its worst-ever attack against civilians five years ago.

21 Apr 2024 (10:01 PM)


Sri Lanka to miss budget revenue target for 33rd year running in 2024- Verité Research

Sri Lanka s fiscal landscape remains challenging as it continues to struggle with meeting its revenue to GDP target for the 33rd consecutive year. The recently released "State of the Budget Report 2024" by Verité Research underscores this persistent issue, offering a comprehensive analysis of Sri Lanka s fiscal health.

21 Apr 2024 (8:56 PM)


No one will be left behind in nation building - President

President Ranil Wickremesinghe declared the government s commitment to ensuring inclusivity in strengthening the country s economy, prioritizing both economic growth and citizen welfare. He emphasized the need to distribute economic benefits equitably among all citizens, acknowledging the impact of recent economic challenges on everyone.

21 Apr 2024 (11:23 PM)


Almost half of all major Chinese cities are sinking, study says

Almost half of China s major cities are sinking, putting millions of locals at risk of flooding, according to a new study published in the journal Science this week.

21 Apr 2024 (7:54 PM)