Sri Lanka’s batsmen undone by lack of patience

Sri Lanka’s batsmen undone by lack of patience

Poor shot selection cost Sri Lanka the first Test against South Africa in Port Elizabeth, says Kanishkaa Balachandran When South Africa were bowled out for 286 early on the second day of the first Test against Sri Lanka at Port Elizabeth, there was hope that the match could turn out to be more evenly matched than anticipated. Sri Lanka were...

Row over Lanka’s constitution

Row over Lanka’s constitution

Chennai, December 30 (The New Indian Express): The Sirisena-Wickremesinghe government’s efforts to give Sri Lanka a new constitution to address the vexed ethnic issue and strengthen democracy have hit a rough patch. While there were broad-based and transparent public consultations and the various sub-committees have submitted their reports to the Steering Committee presided over by Prime Minister Ranil Wickremsinghe, there...

Lanka IOC questions unauthorized entrant in high security oil tank farm

Lanka IOC questions unauthorized entrant in high security oil tank farm

Colombo, December 29 (The New Indian Express): Authorities of the Lanka Indian Oil Corporation (LIOC) at the High Security Oil Tank Farm in the Eastern Sri Lankan city of Trincomalee on Thursday stopped and questioned an official of the Ceylon Petroleum Corporation (CPC) who had entered the facility without prior permission. LIOC Managing Director Shyam Bohra told Express that the...

Rajapaksa’s theory on India’s silence over successor regime’s tilt towards China

Rajapaksa’s theory on India’s silence over successor regime’s tilt towards China

Colombo, December 29 (The New Indian Express): Former Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa said here on Thursday, that India is silent over the Sirisena-Wickremesinghe government’s unmistakable tilt towards China probably because it has been promised control over Trincomalee and Kankesanthurai harbors and the Palaly airport in the Tamil-speaking Northern and Eastern provinces to balance China’s control over Hambantota harbor. At...

Sri Lanka’s tourism has the potential to grow further if it invests more in its marketting plans, says leading hotelier

Sri Lanka’s tourism has the potential to grow further if it invests more in its marketting plans, says leading hotelier

Colombo, Dec 28 (NIA) - Sri Lanka can achieve higher numbers in tourist arrivals if it puts in place a robust and strategic marketing plan to promote the island as a world class tourist destination, a leading hotelier said. Vice President and General Manager of Shangri La Hotels Lanka (Pvt) Limited, Timothy Wright, in an interview with NewsIn.Asia said that Sri Lanka...

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