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Sri Lanka has exceptionally low rates of tertiary education admission and graduation for its level of economic development. Many have identified this as a roadblock to Sri Lanka’s economic competitiveness.

The Lanka Indian oil Corporation (LIOC) has posted a net profit in December quarter and it possessed sufficient fuel reserve to maintain normal sully levels.

Startling details on the latest attempt to grab land in Pidurutalagala forest reserve with a rich biodiversity of flora and fauna have come to light through a statement issued by the Rain Forest Protectors Society.

The political party leaders have decided to have a two-day debate on February 18 and 19 on the forensic audit report regarding the Central Bank bond scam.

Vulnerable people are advised to be mindful of the unhealthy air quality expected in the Colombo area in the coming days especially on January 28, 29 and 30 the National Building Research Organisation (NBRO) Air Quality Unit Senior Scientist H.D.S. Premasiri said.

The State of Qatar offers to help Sri Lanka to establish a reliable network for clean energy production. It will bring in a consortium of top notch companies in energy sector for the purpose.

The Government has decided not to proceed with a Rs. 250 million SriLankan Airlines flight kitchen expansion project, a top Minister confirmed.

To commemorate India´s 71st Republic Day a special cultural concert “Divine Quartet” featuring legendary maestros from India, Grammy winner Pandit Vishwa Mohan Bhatt and Grammy nominated Pandit Subhen Chatterjee enthralled the music lovers of Colombo at BMICH on January 25, 2020. The cultural evening was presented by High Commission of India, Colombo.

President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has pointed out that investors should be encouraged to invest in areas outside of Colombo as a solution to urban congestion and they should be provided with new technology and advanced infrastructure. The President made these remarks when he met the new Chairmen and Senior Staff Officers of State Corporations and Statutory Institutions (24) who are directly contributing to the national economy and the provision of public services.

Two people, including a Chinese woman, have been admitted to the Infectious Diseases Hospital (IDH) on suspicion of being infected with the coronavirus.

A Chinese tourist and a Sri Lankan who returned to the country from Wuhan were admitted to the IDH hospital after they showed symptoms of the virus.

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