6th annual Jaffna International Trade Fair from 23-25 January

Jan 20, Colombo: The 6th annual Jaffna International Trade Fair (JITF) will be held from 23rd to 25th January 2015 at the Duraiappah Stadium in the capital of Northern Province, Jaffna. The three-day event is organized by Lanka Exhibition and Conference Services (Pvt) Ltd. with the prime objective of helping business entities of various industries […]
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Sri Lankan business delegation in Lahore to promote tech education

Jan 18, Lahore: A Sri Lankan business delegation is currently visiting Pakistan’s 2nd largest city Lahore has said that there are many collaboration opportunities between Sri Lanka and Pakistan, especially for the promotion of technical education and vocational training (TEVT), and both countries can learn from each other’s experiences. The delegation of employers from Sri Lanka […]
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Sri Lanka lifts travel restriction for foreigners visiting North, no troops reduction

Jan 16, Colombo: Sri Lanka’s new government Friday lifted a restriction placed on the foreign passport holders and foreign organizations traveling to the former war-torn Northern Province. The previous government of Mahinda Rajapaksa last year imposed a restriction on foreigners and foreign organizations visiting the North requiring them to obtain prior clearance from the Ministry […]
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SriLankan Airlines reschedule operations to improve service

Jan 17 2015, Colombo: Sri Lankan the Sri Lanka’s national carrier, has re-deployed its capacity and adjusted its scheduled operations to focus on more commercially sustainable services. The measures has been taken on the direction of the State Minister of Aviation Faizer Mustapha. “While the airline has already achieved a significant improvement in its financial […]
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Former Sri Lankan President returns to his ancestral home

Jan 09, Colombo: Former President of Sri Lanka Mahinda Rajapaksa after conceding his defeat at the presidential election has returned to his ancestral home at Medamulana in Hambantota district. Before vacating the President’s House in Colombo, Rajapaksa thanked his staff and those who supported him and urged the public to accept the change peacefully. His […]
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