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Saturday, 24 February 2024 08:36

Suspect arrested with 54,000 foreign cigarettes

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The Police Special Task Force (STF) has arrested a suspect who was in possession of a large cache of foreign cigarettes illegally brought into the country.

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The human trafficking racket in Myanmar goes on unabated as more Sri Lankans continue to be brought in for cyber slavery, according to a harrowing statement given by a youth who had fallen victim to the Burmese terror group.

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State Minister of Finance Ranjith Siyambalapitiya announced plans to suspend Parate execution temporarily and revealed that a Cabinet paper outlining it would be presented for approval next week.

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Following its denial of entry into Sri Lanka's Exclusive Economic Zone, the Chinese research vessel Xiang Yang Hong 3 reached the Maldives today.

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Members of both the Government and the Opposition are up in arms against the recent salary hike granted to the employees of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL).

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Sri Lanka's Minister of Labor and Foreign Employment, Mr. Manusha Nanayakkara, has instructed officials to develop a plan to completely halt the practice of sending Sri Lankan women as domestic workers for foreign jobs.

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Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has been invited for an official visit to Sri Lanka.

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Iran and Sir Lanka have agreed in principal to transact with Asian currencies in trade and and financial flows between the two countries, prime minister’s office announced.

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Under the national program aimed at constructing an export-oriented manufacturing economy, the Industrial Development Board of Ceylon has initiated the “Arambamu Jayagamu” program to facilitate the global market entry of products.

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The Maduragoda Police have initiated an inquiry into an incident where four primary school students from the Ibbagamuwa region fell unconscious, suggesting a possible connection to the consumption of an unidentified type of pill.

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