With verdant villages becoming concrete jungles, ancient heritage of great contemporary relevance is being obliterated, says Surya Vishwa
Health authorities yesterday warned of new COVID-19 subclusters emerging across the country if the public movement is not minimised from high-risk areas to low-risk areas unless most essential.
The past indicates problems for the new President Joe Biden, says Prof. Adam Tooze in The Guardian
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When the British ruled Sri Lanka, peasant agriculture, with paddy as the main crop, was systematically weakened to yield place to plantation-based commercial agriculture monopolized by them.
A top WHO official said a tremendous amount of scientific investigation has been done by China but international experts need to go there to be reassured about the quality of the science.
In the four decades since its economy was opened, Sri Lanka has never missed an opportunity to miss an opportunity
“Foreign Policy Perspectives; Sri Lanka First,” is the latest (4th) book published as part of a series, by the Ambassadors’ Forum of Sri Lanka and launched at the Organisation of Professional Associations of Sri Lanka (OPASL).
Any re-connection with our ancient village concept should primarily enable the creation of new ideas so that the soulless town becomes as holistically vibrant as the village
Sri Lanka has to promote internationally its ancient Deshiya Chikitsa which is distinct from Ayurveda although having some common core features