Colombo, March 18 (newsin.asia) - Sri Lanka's Health Minister, Rajitha Senaratne, on Monday said health authorities would, introduce a color code system for packaged food, indicating the levels of sugar, fat and salt content, from April in order to prevent the spread of non communicable diseases in the country. Senaratne said the high use of sugar, salt and fat was...
Predictions go wrong because pre-election surveys do not consider the real issues confronting the voters.
A large number of Sri Lankan artists and art lovers thronged the J.D.A.Perera Gallery in Colombo to have a glimpse of the emerging artistic trends in Bangladesh.
India's top diplomat is expected to discuss both existing and future bilateral agreements including further cooperation in areas such as health and trade.
China entered into an informal agreement with Pakistan-based Islamic terror outfits by which they will not harm China in return for China’s protection in the international arena, says Prof..Swaran Singh
90% was borrowed from international capital markets in the form of sovereign bonds, term financing facilities and foreign holdings of gilt-edged securities, say economists Dushni Weerakoon and Sisira Jayasuriya
Aishath said she could never forgive former President Yameen for his actions.
Results are unpredictable in Indian elections because of the unreliability of opinion polls. Issues are not uniformly applicable and they also change like quicksilver.
Colombo, March 15 (newsin.asia) - Sri Lankan Prime Minister, Ranil Wickremesinghe, on Friday offered his deepest condolences to the government and people of New Zealand following the multiple shootings in Christchurch, which left over 40 people dead. In a statement, Wickremesinghe said that New Zealand was a country with a strong history of peace, multiculturalism and tolerance and there was...
Radio New Zealand quoted a witness inside the mosque saying he heard shots fired and at least four people were lying on the ground and “there was blood everywhere”.