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Indian Experts Call Sri Lanka ‘Irresponsible' For Placing Discarded Vehicles In Sea
The points of drop are in Sri Lankan waters. Yet, Tamil Nadu fishermen are concerned
Excise Gets Green Light From Fin Min; Awaits Final Approval From NOCPCO
Online liquor sales during travel restricted period. Six leading supermarket chains submit applications. Excise to introduce 10 new conditions to regulate online liquor sales. NOCPCO likely to take up topic at today’s meeting with President. It is likely to be taken up at today’s meeting of the Presidential Task Force
SJB To Table No Confidence Motion Against Gammanpila
Samagi Jana Balawegaya MPs started signing the no-confidence motion which is to be brought against Minister Udaya Gammanpila at the opposition leaders office yesterday.
Pera University Dons Invent Oil Spill Recovery Apparatus
Prof. Rajapakse said the new invention would be available for the authorities free of charge at this crucial hour
Govt To Reduce Fuel Prices Soon - Godahewa
Basil Rajapaksa is a leading personality in the government who is able to influence the decisions of the government
Ronaldo Strikes Late As Portugal Sink Hungary
Portugal skipper Cristiano Ronaldo celebrated becoming the first player to appear in five European Championships with a brace as they got their title defense off to a winning start with a 3-0 victory over a determined Hungary yesterday.
Ceylon Petroleum Corporation To Build New Storage Facility In Hambantota Port
Identifies 50-acre land owned by Mahaweli Authority for the project CPC’s improved storage facility aimed at mitigating global fuel price fluctuation impact in future LPG transshipment and delivery for local consumption also part of HIP’s energy hub mix
Global Oil Prices Continue Uptrend With Refined Petroleum Closing In On US$ 80 A Barrel
Global crude oil prices are further advancing in the hope of robust global recovery while the refined petroleum products are closing in on US$ 80 a barrel in the global futures exchanges, reaching multi-year highs.
Sri Lanka Squad Test Negative For Covid-19
The 24-member Sri Lanka squad for the limited-over series in England have tested negative for Covid-19, it is learnt, with the fourth round of tests to be carried out on Thursday.
Why Sri Lanka Needs To Move Beyond Being A Transshipment Hub
The Sri Lankan Understanding is a weekly platform that highlights issues of relevance to the island nation by examining the journey taken in the past, the present status, and the potential for the future. Bringing together academics, historians, diplomats, writers, and key personalities, The Sri Lankan Understanding is aimed at filling a lacuna in a society wherein comprehending that which has been, grasping realities, and understanding the opportunities ahead are sorely lacking.
A Climate To Fear
Central America’s subsistence farmers are fleeing increasingly severe droughts and storms
You Have to Be Prepared to Act
To repair the economic damage wrought by the pandemic, Freeland says she’s using lessons from her journalism career and the collapse of the Soviet Union
THE FUTURE OF FOOD LOGISTICS
HOW THE FOOD SUPPLY CHAIN IS CHANGING IN THE WAKE OF COVID-19
The Baltimore County Center for Maryland Agriculture is a largely unknown oasis on the edge of the city.
GETTING TO KNOW CHEF FRANCISCO ALEJANDRI VAZQUEZ
He left behind the kitchens of some of the best hotels in Mexico and journeyed to Canada. Founder of acclaimed Toronto restaurant Agave y Aguacate (now closed, as he recently moved back to Mexico), he sat down with us to talk about his journey.
Florida-Grown Coffee? How UF Scientists Are Using AI To Serve Up the Possibilities
MOST OF THE WORLD’S COFFEE is grown in tropical regions. However, a changing climate could allow coffee to grow farther north — for example, in Florida. In April, all HCYCP participants pick up their tree kits to start their project.
An exclusive interview with PAUL ZIZKA
PHOTOGRAPHER. EXPLORER. SPEAKER. EDUCATOR.
AUTO INDUSTRY BRACES FOR MORE CHIP SHORTAGES AFTER FIRE
A fire at a plant owned by Japanese chipmaker Renesas could deepen the ongoing global semiconductor shortage that has especially hampered automobile production.
A Grizzly Encounter
On a trail near a mountain named for his grandfather, a lone hiker crosses paths with a bear three times his size—and with one enormous appetite
How to Protect Against Age-Related Muscle Loss
Here’s what you can do to prevent age-related muscle loss, a shockingly common issue linked to low energy, higher fall risk, and more.