Aritta Wickremanayake, a former director general of the SEC was invited by the SEC chairman Nalaka Godahewa to address the commission members of the SEC last week.
Information has been received of a person being severely tortured at the Colombo Crimes Division (CCD) office in Peliyagoda.
Underworld figure, Kotahena Rail Track Sanjeewa it is learnt had allegedly been involved in the murder of the two Inter University Students’ Federation (IUSF) student leaders in the early hours of September 27th.
Businessman Asanga Seneviratne who has brought over Leader Publications has told some of his businessman friends that he had paid a commission of Rs. 7 million to the former Editor of The Sunday Leader newspaper, Fredrika Jansz.
Naula Magistrate Rangani Gamage has told a Magistrate in the Waymaba Province that she had never complained against the Judicial Services Commission (JSC) Secretary Manjula Thilekaratne to the President or any other person.
A politician with close links to the President said that a campaign against Chief Justice Dr. Shirani Bandaranayake and her friends have been launched after the President had heard she had a “Rajayoga.”
Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird delivered a scathing rebuke Monday to the United Nations, taking to the podium at the General Assembly to scold the UN for its failures and inefficiencies.
Finding paid work - especially for youths - is still difficult in Sri Lanka's former conflict zone in the north even after three years of peace and massive infrastructure projects, experts say, pointing to the region's anaemic private sector as a main cause.
Indian Prime Minister has written to DMK chief M Karunanidhi over the issue of Sri Lankan Tamils.
UNITED NATIONS, October 1 -- It was on the final day of the week-long UN General Debate that Sri Lanka's G.L. Peiris spoke, along with North Korea, Belarus and Syria.
India attaches “highest and most important priority” to the resettlement and rehabilitation of the Tamil community in Sri Lanka and remains engaged with Colombo for achieving a “future” for them, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has said.
1 October 2012 – Addressing the General Assembly at UN Headquarters in New York, Sri Lanka’s Foreign Minster, G. L. Peiris, today deplored the selective intervention in the internal affairs of some countries, stressing from the Assembly’s podium that conflict resolution must be based on the United Nations principle of the sovereign equality of States.
I want to tell you, and from your mouth to God's ear, the tragic tale of Rizana Nafeek, an inconsequential and faceless housemaid from Sri Lanka who is presently incarcerated and awaiting public execution by beheading in Saudi Arabia.
An official who recently visited the outskirts of Mlivaaykkaal with the soldiers of the Sri Lanka Army told TamilNet this week that he had personally witnessed skeletal remains of hundreds of slain people surfacing along the few kilometers long, L-shaped bunker, running from Vadduvaakal to northwards along the land of the genocidal onslaught.
Chief incumbent of the Sri Sarananda Pirivena in Anuradhapura and Anunayaka of the Ramanna Nikaya, Ven Girambe Ananda Thero has said the opposition is weak because of people who are dealing with the government and that Sajith Premadasa was heading the list. The Thero had made this comment to the media after the Adhishtana Pooja in Anuradhapura on Sunday.