The Sri Lankan government has decided to provide a kerosene subsidy to the low income households that do not have electricity.
The Sri Lankan Cabinet of Ministers has given permission for the government to conduct negotiations with the International Bank for Reconstruction & Development (IBRB) of the World Bank to obta
Sri Lankan health authorities have assured that the death of a large number of fowls earlier at a chicken farm in Bingiriya in the North Western Province is not due to bird flu and there is no caus
Sri Lanka's overall environmental performance is improving and the country has been ranked as a modest performer according to a study on global environment released during this year's World Economi
The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), a specialized financial institution of the United Nations, will grant a US$ 22.2 million loan to Sri Lanka to improve irrigation infrastr
Sri Lanka's Ministry of Health has issued a warning that there may be a threat of avian (bird) flu after a large number of fowl had died of an apparent infection at a farm in Bingiriya, Kurunegala
The United Nations sponsored training workshop on climate change for the representatives of Asia region commenced today in Colombo and it will be held until February 03.
Cairn Lanka, a wholly owned subsidiary of Cairn India, has announced that it prepares to enter the second phase of oil exploration in Sri Lanka upon the successful completion of the first phase.
The Private Bus Operators' Association (PBOA) of Sri Lanka says legal action would be initiated against the National Transport Commission (NTC) for not granting permission for private busses to ope
Jan 24, Colombo: Sri Lanka's Norochcholai coal power plant has failed again today for the third time in a period of two months.
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