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3 UNP seniors to lose portfolios!

3 UNP seniors to lose portfolios!

Three senior ministers from the UNP will be appointed ministers in charge of special tasks at the cabinet reshuffle, ‘Divaina’ reports.

The present portfolios of two of them will be entrusted to young members, who are already cabinet ministers.

The president is strongly critical of the conduct of the one of these …read more

A World without international marketing?

There was the hypothesis that International Marketing is likely to reduce poverty and increase international cooperation. by Michael R. Czinkota ( February 22, 2018, Washington DC, […] …read more

Trump endorses guns for teachers to stop shootings

US President Donald Trump has expressed support for arming teachers and ending gun-free zones near schools at a White House event on gun violence. He floated the proposal as survivors of last weeks Florida school shooting implored him to make sure it… Read More …read more

SAITM students to KDU medical faculty

SAITM students to KDU medical faculty

Students of the SAITM private medical college at Malabe will be transferred to the medical faculty of Sir John Kotelawala Defence University, as per a decision taken yesterday (21) at a meeting chaired by president Maithripala Sirisena.

Accordingly, the present intake of around 1,000 SAITM students will be sent to the …read more

More young faces to be added to Cabinet

Reports say that it is very likely that the Cabinet reshuffle will take place today (Feb.22). Government sources said that the basic preparations relevant to the reshuffle have been completed. Several discussions between the Sri Lanka Freedom Party and… Read More …read more

Signs that cabinet reshuffle might take place today

Reports say that it is very likely that the cabinet reshuffle will take place today(Feb.22). Government internal sources said that the basic preparations relevant to the reshuffle has been completed. Several discussions between the Sri Lanka Freedom… Read More …read more

Showers on the way as Met Dep predicts weather change

COLOMBO (News1st) – The Met Department predicts a slight change in the prevailing dry weather, in the coming days. Several spells of showers may occur in the Uva Province and in the Ampara and Hambantota Districts. Showers or thundershowers may occur at a few places in Galle, Matara and Ratnapura …read more

RTI Commission to act on appeals over refusals to provide information

COLOMBO (News1st) : The Right To Information Commission has received 101 appeals so far this year, following refusals from state institutions to provide certain information. Chairman of the commission, Piyatissa Ranasinghe said the commission received 356 appeals last year. He added that hearings are being conducted into all the appeals. The …read more