Sri Lanka’s government is looking to sell a 49 percent stake each of the state-run SriLankan Airlines’ catering and ground-handling units in efforts to restructure the national carrier, Aviation Minister Nimal Siripala de Silva said.
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Controversial umpire call leaves Sri Lanka dressing room in disbelief during Afghanistan game in 2022 Asia Cup
The on-field and third umpire made a couple of baffling decisions during the early part of the Sri Lankan innings during their Asia Cup opening match against Afghanistan on Saturday.
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Chameera had sustained an injury on his left leg during the team practice. He has been replaced by Nuwan Thushara in the 18-man squad.
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In the Sri Lankan state of affairs, the hidden hands behind the Aragalaya begin to come to light — including the involvement of the JVP, its fronts and breakaway groups.
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Sri Lanka issued an urgent appeal on Monday (Aug 1) to tackle rapidly spreading malnutrition among children as its economic crisis leaves nine out of 10 people dependent on state handouts.
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Sri Lanka’s acting President Ranil Wickremesinghe said on Monday (Jul 18) that the country had almost concluded negotiations with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), a day after he declared a state of emergency in the island nation.
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Sri Lanka’s prime minister was sworn in Friday as interim president until Parliament elects a successor to Gotabaya Rajapaksa, who fled abroad and resigned after mass protests over the country’s economic collapse.
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Intelligence agencies alert on regrouping of ex-LTTE cadres: ‘Sri Lankan Tamil outfits abroad have planned attacks to mark Mullivaikal anniversary’
Intelligence agencies have warned of erstwhile cadre of the banned Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) regrouping to launch attacks in Sri Lanka, as the country is embroiled in a deep economic and political crisis.
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