Signaling a possible epidemic, the Health Ministry yesterday said that 11 Lankans had tested positive for Influenza A (H1N1) over a period of one month.
Sri Lanka will join the rest of the world to mark the World Malaria Day that falls on today, April 25, 2013.
A giant tarantula, recently discovered in Sri Lanka, is threatened by habitat destruction, foreign media reports said.
The World Bank on Wednesday (27) approved a concessionary loan of US$ 200 million, at an interest rate of 1.25 percent, to Sri Lanka for the Health Sector Development Project to help the government
The government would, on April 1, finalise an agreement with the Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) to develop the country’s solid waste management system, a senior minister said last
A new program of researchled by the Colombo-based International Water Management Institute (IWMI) will provide vital information to help address water and food security issues in Sri Lanka.
Nearly 13,000 Tuberculosis (TB) patients were detected per year in the country but a majority of them were reluctant to take the prescribed doses of medicine, Director General of Health Services Dr
Sri Lanka could slash its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 19% of projected levels in 2020 at little or no long-term cost using an array of green power options, says a new study from the Asian Dev
A crucial report on the import of sea food, especially from Japan and Thailand, would be further delayed as a study to verify whether Sri Lanka is really prone to radiation leaks, from the Fukushim
After a brief lull, protests against the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KKNPP) were revived both in India and Sri Lanka with a protest being held in Colombo yesterday (5).
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