Number of COVID-19 cases in Sri lanka again rose today, so that the number becomes 2070.As per the report of Epidemiology Unit at 12.
Chinese national arrested with 14,000 illicit cigarettes.A 55 year old Chinese national was arrested in Mount Lavinia along with 14,000 illicit cigarette.
Over 112,000 PCR tests conducted in Sri Lanka, Ministry of Health said.As of Friday (July 3) Sri Lanka has conducted more than 112,000 PCR tests, to identify COVID-19 infections, according to the Ministry of Health.
Over 300 arrested for possession of drugs during a raid in Western province.Sri Lanka Police arrested 389 suspects over the possession of drugs during a special raid conducted in the Western province.
National grid to receive 75 megawatts from 38 small power plants.Ceylon Electricity Board said an agreement will be signed on Tuesday (7th July), which will facilitate the addition of power generated through 38 small power plants, to the national grid.
Sri Lankan shares ended lower today (3.7.2020), dragged down by losses in financials and industrials.
This is the chilling moment the UK's first female suicide bomb plotter tells police during an interview she was planning a Sri Lanka-style terror attack on St Paul's Cathedral as she is jailed for 14 years.
More than 2,000 Policemen, including those in civil attire, have been deployed in public places of the Western Province to detect persons who are not wearing facemasks.
Number of COVID-19 cases in Sri lanka again rose today, so that the number becomes 2069.As per the report of Epidemiology Unit at 8.
Considering the current situation of the country, the Department of Motor Traffic announced that it will be normalizing its services, adhering to government and health regulations.
261 Sri Lankans who were stranded in Japan due to COVID-19 pandemic arrived at the Katunayake Bandaranaike International Airport this morning.
Number of COVID-19 cases in Sri lanka rose to 2067 today (3.7.2020).As per the report of Epidemiology Unit at 7.
ICC Anti-Corruption Unit General Manager Alex Marshall has responded to allegations of corruption with regards to the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2011 final.
Two teenagers have reportedly drowned while bathing in the Ma-Oya in the Yaka Bendi Ella area at Giriulla.