Police Spokesman SP Ruwan Gunasekara says that false information is being spread with regard to a video, involving the Inspector General of Police (IGP) and another individual, which initially appeared on social media websites. MORE.. …read more
Police Media Spokesman SP Ruwan Gunasekera blatantly lied at the Cabinet press briefing yesterday when it said the National Police Commission should investigate into the footage showing IGP Pujith Jayasundara manhandling a lift operator within the Police Headquarters premises.
“It’s up to the Police Commission to take up the matter,” Gunasekera …read more
By Mass L. Usuf –
Sri Lanka is a nation moving towards turmoil. A phenomenon which has not yet fully manifested itself but the subterfuge is slowly unfolding. To the masses, it is increasingly becoming evident that the rhetorics of the politicians on patriotism and nationalism are mere empty …read more
Trade unions of the Auditor General’s Department yesterday launched a protest in Colombo demanding the government to pass the National Audit Act without further delay.
They said introduction of the National Audit Act was one of the key promises of the ruling alliance before it came to power.
The process has come …read more
The report on 2.3 million Samurdhi recipients had been rejected after a meeting held at the ministry today, Social Welfare Minister S.B. Dissanayake said.
The meeting between United National Front (UNF) party leaders and President Maithripala Sirisena has been postponed for next week. UNF member and Minister of National Coexistence Dialogue and Official Languages Mano Ganeshan said that crucial current issues were to be discussed at the meeting which was earlier scheduled for today. …read more
The Tamil National Alliance (TNA) says enough is enough and the international community must now intervene to address the issues faced by the Tamils in the North. TNA leader R. Sampanthan says the Government has begun to divert from its political goals and so it is time the international community …read more
The Government has been urged to take steps to protect Sri Lankan migrant workers in Qatar. Local civil society groups and individuals noted that there are incidents where Sri Lankan migrant workers are trapped incommunicado and have lost all communications with their family members back home. “Notably in 2015 Qatar became …read more