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Monday, 02 October 2023 10:36

MS, GR continued to keep TMVP on payroll

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Former Presidents Maithripala Sirisena and Gotabaya Rajapaksa continued to pay cadres of the Tamil Makkal Viduthalai Pullikkal (TMVP) when they were President and Defence Minister, a whistleblower claimed.

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While President Ranil Wickremesinghe had claimed last year that the assistance of Scotland Yard had been sought to review the reports on the Easter Sunday attacks, British diplomatic sources said no such request was made as far as they were aware.

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State-run SriLankan Airlines has apologized to passengers who were stranded as multiple aircraft were grounded at the same time.

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Prosecutors in Nagoya said Friday they have decided not to charge officials at an immigration center in the city for the second time over the 2021 death of a Sri Lankan detainee despite her family's repeated calls for them to be indicted, the Japan Times reported.

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In a statement regarding the resignation of Mullaitivu Magistrate, T. Saravanarajah, the Bar Association of Sri Lanka (BASL) has vehemently condemned any type of threats and violence to members of the judiciary.

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The National People's Power (NPP) urged the government to conduct a transparent truth-seeking investigation into the resignation of Mullaitivu Magistrate T. Saravanarajah.

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The Electricity Users' Association (EUA) today claimed that factories would collapse with the increase in electricity tariffs, which would cause a price increase in the manufacturing of goods.

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In the wake of the International Monetary Board (IMF) revenue mobilization gains-while improved relative to last year--are expected to fall short of initial projections by nearly 15 per cent by year-end,

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Sri Lanka Insurance (SLIC) has entered in to a strategic collaboration with Auto Capital Investment (Pvt) Ltd (ACIPL) to provide comprehensive motor vehicle insurance cover along with a warranty cover for five years for brand new electric vehicles imported by ACIPL.

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The Ministry of Defence says it has taken steps to update the licensing conditions for the regulation and registration of private security agencies currently registered under the ministry, pursuant to the Private Security Agencies Regularization Act No. 45 of 1998.

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