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Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) states that it is deeply concerned by the recent decision made by the cabinet of ministers, allowing President Maithripala Sirisena to remain in his official residence at Mahagama Sekara Mawatha (formerly Pajet Road) in Colombo. MORE..

22 Oct 2019 (12:02 AM)

Parliamentarian Udaya Gammanpila has requested the President to publish the report of the Presidential Commission of Inquiry, which has allegedly identified President Candidate Sajith Premadasa as guilty. MORE..

21 Oct 2019 (8:41 AM)

Seventy-four people had died and over 55,000 had been infected by the dengue virus across Sri Lanka till the second week of October this year, the government information department quoted the Epidemiology Unit as saying on Monday. MORE..

22 Oct 2019 (12:51 AM)

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